Terrorism, Security & Society is an interdisciplinary programme involving history, political science, international relations, sociology and social psychology and risk studies. The focus will vary from a strong emphasis on security and counterterrorism issues through to a critical social science approach and analysis of societal response and adaptation.
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- Our unrivalled mix of ‘professional’ (e.g. Police, security, law, media) and ‘traditional’ (e.g. Psychology, Classics, War Studies, Geography) students creates an interactive, engaging and dynamic classroom experience.
- The potential to link your MA dissertation with Government and other professional departments in order to gain exclusive access and hands-on experience.
- Close links and regular speakers from Government and emergency response organisations gives students insights and up-to-the-minute knowledge of the subject area
- Adds a unique element to the way in which the issues of terrorism and security are understood by addressing the multi-dimensional and multi-disciplinary nature of the phenomenon.
Read what Kevin Ivison, former student says about this programme on the Testimonials page
Dr Brooke Rogers and Dr John Bew
King's College London
Credit value (UK/ECTS equivalent)
UK 180/ECTS 90 (Can take up to 200)
One year FT, two years PT, September to September.
The programme will be particularly attractive to traditional masters students hoping to move into government posts, consulting or research. Also government agencies, emergency responders and military employees and mature students considering a career move such as becoming a government consultant.
Year of entry 2013