The Masters Degree in International Security Studies
Full Masters degree program; taught; examined and awarded by the University of Reading.
Identical to the program taught on Campus in the UK.
Objective is to give a thorough knowledge of contemporary security studies by:
1.Addressing differing concepts of security.
2.Analyzing how they relate and affect the international political system and the regional level of inter-state relations.
3.Giving delegates on empirical understanding of both external and internal security issues, through an examination of military and policing strategy.
Delegates will engage with both classic works and the most recent cutting-edge research.
2 years program, starting March 2009.
Seminars taught on-location each 8 weeks.
4 modules each containing 2 related subject areas.
Examined by assignment, examination and dissertation.
Aimed at security professionals, foreign ministry officials and those specializing in political science.
Program Modules and Credit System:
Module 1: International Security Studies 30 credits
Module 2: Strategic Management 30 credits
Module 3: Regional Security Issues 30 credits
Module 4: Conflict Resolution and Order 30 credits
Module 5: The Dissertation 30 credits
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