This MA degree introduces students to issues and debates within International Security. This includes coverage of both ‘traditional’ security issues such as war and conflict and ‘non-traditional’ issues such as economic security, environmental security, health, identity and migration. Drawing on the Department’s expertise in the field of security, students are also provided with an advanced introduction to key approaches in the study of security including realism, securitization theory, feminist approaches, critical theory and poststructuralism. Graduates have careers in Government and Politics, Foreign Affairs, Diplomatic Corps, International Business, Broadcasting and Media.
International Student Requirements:
Overseas equivalent qualifications may be considered. Overseas students are expected to possess an IELTS score of 6.5 or equivalent, if English is not their first language. Relevant work experience is also taken into consideration.