Transnational Security Concentration
The Transnational Security concentration addresses the growing necessity for a multilateral approach to security issues that face the international community as a whole. It explores the heightened need for coordination between international agencies when confronting emerging global threats. Courses explore such topics as security policy, transnational crime, counter-terrorism, homeland security, and economic security.
This concentration prepares students for rewarding careers assessing and mitigating security threats, and researching and crafting security policy, at a range of institutions, from government agencies and think thanks to private businesses and NGOs.
Students are required to take five concentration elective courses.