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Paul Delacourt champions UChicago's threat management degree

An interdisciplinary course of study on crucial emergency preparedness, the University of Chicago's Master of Science in Threat and Response Management—better known simply as its MSTRM program—is led by tenured UChicago faculty.

The Graham School at the University of Chicago originally introduced its Master of Science in Threat and Response Management over a decade ago. In the ten years or more since, the threat management degree program has gone from strength to strength, championed by the likes of adjunct lecturer and former FBI special agent Paul Delacourt. What follows is an opportunity to take a closer look at the University of Chicago's MSTRM program on his behalf.

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An interdisciplinary course of study on crucial emergency preparedness, the University of Chicago's Master of Science in Threat and Response Management—better known simply as its MSTRM program—is led by tenured UChicago faculty. The university delivers the program as a part of its prestigious Graham School.

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The University of Chicago Graham School is committed to rigorously exploring the big ideas that challenge and change the world. It does so via a wealth of all-important classes, including its threat management program. The school, adjunct lecturer Paul Delacourt notes, provides a comprehensive education for adult learners of all vocational and academic backgrounds.

Its MSTRM program, in particular, grants enrolled students an unparalleled education in two crucial areas. These two areas surround both managing and understanding the many aspects of various major public health risks. Among the most significant of these risks are reported to be natural disasters and disease outbreaks, according to Delacourt. Another area of risk concerns those associated with man-made threats.

Applying for the Graham School's MSTRM program

Any individual responsible for protecting and preserving the health and safety of the public is potentially an appropriate candidate for the University of Chicago Graham School's MSTRM program, Paul Delacourt points out. That includes individuals working in or around:

Law enforcement

Homeland security

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Applicants are required to hold a Bachelor's degree. To be considered for admission, they must apply directly to the University of Chicago Graham School.

A one-of-a-kind learning experience says Paul Delacourt

Expert and adjunct lecturer Paul Delacourt has, again and again, championed the MSTRM program at UChicago's Graham School, praising its one-of-a-kind learning experience. Paul Delacourt has also previously spoken about how the program ultimately benefits the safety of everyday citizens.

Over the course of two years, the Master of Science in Threat and Response Management degree offered by the Graham School at the University of Chicago takes students from preparation through response and recovery. Further information is available online by searching the University of Chicago Graham School Master of Science in Threat and Response Management.

Further to his work alongside the Graham School at the University of Chicago, adjunct lecturer and former FBI special agent Paul Delacourt is a program director at a leading technology transformation firm. Based in Fairfax County, Virginia, the company focuses on harnessing the power of technology to support its customers in the commercial and federal markets.

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Delacourt is celebrated among his peers for his proven ability to lead diverse teams with strategic vision through diplomacy and critical thinking. Elsewhere, he's further acknowledged for his inherent ability to maintain high standards of integrity, accountability, and compliance, as well as for his excellent communication skills.

For more from Paul Delacourt you can connect with the adjunct lecturer, program director, and former FBI agent on LinkedIn.