The MSc International Security and Risk Management (Counter Terrorism) course aims to provide students with the opportunity to examine, in depth, contemporary global risk and security issues and challenges. Students will examine fundamental security issues, risks and threats focusing on: Core 20 Credit Modules: International Security Theories and Methods Terrorism and Counter-terrorism in Europe Intelligence Studies Risk Management and Analysis Terrorism, Hybrid Warfare And Conflict Analysis In Europe And Beyond Radicalisation, Psychology and Migration in Terrorism Studies Terrorism, the Middle Eastern Conflict and Europe Core 40 Credit Module Dissertation Students will learn and understand the fundamental causes of much of the unrest in the world today and how they manifest themselves on an international, national and local level.
A 2:2 Honours degree a relevant subject or appropriate professional qualification(s). Those without the formal qualifications above are encouraged to apply if they have relevant experience in the sector. You will be considered on an individual basis where appropriate experience is taken into account.
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