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Under Investigation: What the FBI Really Is Today

To understand the FBI, one must understand an organization that is able to support a huge task with a relatively small number of agents spread throughout the world. 

A Great Support Network for Success

Dennis Baker feels the friends he’s making at CTU are invaluable to helping him transition from a military career to civilian life.

The Constitutional Right to Privacy – What it Means for Security

Every democratic society has grappled with the dilemma of giving its citizens as much security as possible while also providing them with as much personal privacy as possible. 

Message from University President, Andrew Hurst

CTU has a longstanding commitment to fostering a learning environment that emphasizes tolerance and respect.

First Master of Homeland Security Graduate Shares His Take on the Program

Student William Prichard is among the first to graduate from the Master of Homeland Security program at CTU. He’s an experienced professional who has spent years dedicated to saving lives.

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