Keith Cozine

Associate Professor
Dr. Keith Cozine is an Assistant Professor of Homeland Security at St. John’s University in Queens, NY. He earned a Master’s degree in Criminal Justice and Ph.D. in Global Affairs; both from Rutgers University. Prior to joining St. John's University Dr. Cozine nearly a decade and a half of law enforcement and intelligence experience dealing directly with issues related to transnational crime, terrorism and border security. During his career he has won numerous awards including U.S. Customs and Border Protection Commissioner’s “Anti-Terrorism Award.”

Teaching Interests

Intelligence Collection, International Security Cooperation, Global Threat to Security, Terrorism, Homeland Security and Intelligence, Border and Maritime Security

Research Interests

Intelligence Education, Border Security and intelligence, Global Governance of Transnational Threats

Courses Taught

HCL
301.8
ISSUES IN GLOBAL SECURITY
HCL
500
SEMINAR: APPL LDRSHIP PRACTICE
HLS
102
INTEL FOR HLS: ORG & POLICY
HLS
107
THEORIES & CONCEPT OF SECURITY
HLS
303
ISSUES IN GLOBAL SECURITY
HLS
305
SEMINAR IN GLOBAL TERRORISM
HLS
306
MIGRATION & BORDER SECURITY
HLS
402
ADVANCED RESEARCH METHODS I
HLS
601
HOMELAND SECURITY ENTERPRISE
HLS
604
THEORIES & CONCPTS OF SECURITY
HLS
604.1
THEORY & CONCEPT OF SEC (RES)
HLS
801
DISSERTATION RESEARCH I
HLS
802
DISSERTATION RESEARCH II
HLS
803
DISSERTATION RESEARCH III
HLS
804
DISSERTATION RESEARCH IV
HLS
1011
INTEL PLAN COLLECTION PROCES
HLS
1019
HOMELAND SEC INTEL/COUNTER TER