This programme is offered either full and part time basis
This course will provide a theoretical and empirical understanding of international security and international relations. The International Security Masters (ISMA) will help you to develop a range of valuable transferable skills, particularly if you are seeking a professional career in international security, whether as a policy analyst, journalist or researcher. The degree will also appeal if you are intending to pursue postgraduate research in international security and international relations.
Degree Subject: Humanities or Social Sciences
Degree Classification: UK BA (Hons) 2.1 or equivalent
Compulsory Study (120 credits)
Students must study the following modules for 120 credits:
INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS THEORY
MA INTERNATIONAL SECURITY EXAMINATION
WAR GAMES: DIPLOMACY AND STRATEGY IN INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
Option A Study (60 credits)
Students will select 60 credits from the following modules:
Students may choose other optional modules in PSI. With approval from the Course Director, students may also take options in other Schools in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities and in the Schools of International Development, Economics, Environmental Studies and Law.
AMERICAN FOREIGN POLICY
CONFLICT, PEACE AND SECURITY
EUROPE AND THE WORLD
EUROPEAN UNION: POWER, POLITICS AND POLICY
GLOBAL POLITICAL ECONOMY OF EMERGING POWERS
INTERNATIONAL HISTORY OF THE ASIA-PACIFIC REGION
INTERNATIONAL ORGANISATIONS AND PUBLIC POLICY
INTERNATIONAL ORGANISATIONS: CONFLICT AND DEVELOPMENT
METHODS OF SOCIAL ENQUIRY
RUSSIAN FOREIGN POLICY
THE FOREIGN RELATIONS OF CHINA AND JAPAN IN THE MODERN WORLD
WATER SECURITY FOR DEVELOPMENT - THEORY AND CONCEPTS
WATER SECURITY FOR DEVELOPMENT - TOOLS AND POLICY
The careers that our students follow after gaining one of our MAs or Diplomas vary greatly, but typical careers include: further postgraduate research in universities or other more policy-oriented domestic or international institutions, the media, diplomacy, international marketing and business. The 2005 EU Studies Guide featured the experience of two former MA students on "Why choosing the right degree could land you the perfect job".
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