A good honours degree (normally 2:1) in Social Studies and Humainities such as History, Politics, English, Criminology, Sociology or International Relations. Business, Library Science, Media Studies or Computer Science are also considered.
An applicant with a 2:2 honours degree (or equivalent) may begin as a PgDip student. If you pass all modules, you may progress to writing the dissertation to obtain the MA.
Months of entry
This course enables you to take full advantage of the unrivalled research expertise of staff at the University of Salford in the areas of terrorism and security. It will introduce you to the key issues, concepts and theories of security and terrorism studies at an advanced level and equip you with the analytical tools to systematically assess the phenomenon of terrorism, its increasingly international character, and varying national and international responses to the problem.
You will apply the concepts and theories of terrorism and security studies to ‘real world’ case studies and critically appraise their relevance for understanding ‘real world’ terrorism and security issues and critically evaluate the interaction between knowledge on security and terrorism issues and policy-making on these issues. On this course, you will gain the opportunity to continue life-long learning through an intellectually challenging programme of academic study, which focuses on topical and increasingly important issues in contemporary world politics
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
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