The Center’s Masters in Global Security Studies is a two year program that provides a framework for students to analyze military challenges, explore the intricacies of economic interdependence, and recognize the security implications of energy dependence and resource scarcity. As part of their studies, students will produce a thesis portfolio that showcases their ability to examine important political and policy questions.
Students will be able to:
A minimum of 30 semester hours is required for a Masters in Global Security Studies. Students will write and successfully orally defend a thesis or complete and successfully orally defend a project.
Required Core Courses
In addition to the required courses, students must take four elective courses, a sample of which are listed below. Students will be limited to a concentration in security studies initially, but it is expected that LIAS will offer other concentrations such as Economic Security and Energy and Environmental Security in the future.
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