Applicants will normally hold a good 2nd class honours degree in a relevant academic discipline. Also 2 years work esperience will be required after your degree for the MBA programmes. Applicants whose first language is not English must have a minimum IELTS 6.5 or TOEFL 600 or equivalent.
Months of entry
The Terrorism, International Crime and Global Security MA degree identifies the features of these respective threats and explores the challenges to national and global governance, human rights and ethics, criminality and regionalism. This course examines the character of these contemporary global threats, considers specific case studies, and contributes to the debate over how to respond intellectually and in practical policy to these major threats to global security in the post-9/11 world.
What will I learn?
This dynamic and innovative course is aimed at both UK and international students and offers the opportunity to be studied on a full-time and part-time basis. Field trips are an integral part of the course, which will include visits to EU agencies and international NGOs.
The Terrorism, International Crime and Global Security MA degree course is among the first of its kind to offer an integrated approach to studying terrorism, international crime and global security. UK and International Competitive internships will be offered to the most motivated students.
The course comprises three mandatory topics designed to establish the core agenda of the course in terrorism, international crime and global security, and six core-option subjects from which you must study at least two.
The topics included in the course are delivered as interactive and multimedia workshops. They blend case studies, practical illustrations and theoretical analysis. Each session is designed to encourage interaction and debate. This concept is equally applicable to the numerous extra-curricular activities organised to complement the subjects.
Within all sessions, we draw on our own research experience and this ensures some lively debates and reassurance that there is no right way of undertaking research. The course team ensures that you have extensive tutorial access to discuss your relationship with the courses subject matter and their own intellectual development and to provide structure to their studies.
Indicative course content
The key themes of this Masters degree are addressed in courses three core subjects:
- International organized crime,
- international terrorism,
- threats to global security.
You then have the opportunity to supplement these compulsory subjects with optional units, broadening your understanding of the concept of global security. Typical choices include:
- Counter crime and terrorism (study trip),
- governance for security in the developing world,
- post-colonial African politics,
- gender and international human rights,
- case study: analysing primary sources,
- trafficking in human beings.
In parallel to studying the above subjects, students also design, research and write a 15,000 word Masters dissertation addressing a topic of their own choice.
Information for international students
Please contact our International/EU Office
Telephone: +44(0)24 7615 2152
Fees and funding
For Coventry University graduates there is an alumni discount of £500, there are also Postgraduate Merit Scholarships available to UK students of £1000 towards tuition fees - please visit website for more information and criteria
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- UK - Recruitment and Admissions Office
- +44(0)24 7765 4321
- + 44 (0)24 7688 8609