A relevant second class honours degree or above (such as in criminology, social or political science), or an overseas equivalent qualification is normally required. Alternatively a graduate level professional qualification of comparable standard and suitable work experience (such as policing, security or military work) may be accepted.
Months of entry
Designed to investigate the growth of the phenomena, its political context and most importantly, to provide a thorough examination of the counter-terrorism measures.
The programme assesses terrorism events and issues of the 20th and 21st centuries and analyses the increasing ‘securitisation’ of social life. It connects the conceptual basis of academic study to practical issues facing the international community and considers emerging terrorism threats and issues pertaining to counter-terrorism, law enforcement, government agencies and the private sector.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Murray McArthur
- +44 20 7017 4237