Security

  • Taught by Government and Military Professionals
  • Covers Risk Analysis and Infrastructure Security¬†
  • Addresses Regional and International Issues

There is a growing necessity for a multilateral approach to security issues that face the international community as a whole. From regional conflicts to international criminal tribunals, and terrorism to climate change, these courses explore both the emerging and ongoing threats to global peace and security.

This semester, study from anywhere in the world in the safety and comfort of your home through online or remote instruction.

Espionage: Fact vs. Fiction

Taught by a veteran intelligence professional, this course separates myth from reality in the field of espionage.

2022 Fall
+ 1 more semester
2 sections

Leadership in a Cyber-Dependent World

Effective leadership is an overlooked yet essential component of building and maintaining a cybersecurity posture. Today's business...

2022 Fall
1 section

Spies at War: Fact vs. Fiction

Register for this Fall 2022 course on the new NYU SPS Academy of Lifelong Learning website. World War II was a critical challenge...

2022 Fall
1 section

Foundations of Transnational Security

Explore new national and international security challenges, including terrorism, failed states, environmental disasters, and public health crises.

Critical Issues and Careers in Global Affairs

Thinking about grad school? Considering an impactful career in the global arena? Spend two weeks this summer in the heart of New York City...

Managing Risk and Uncertainty

Operating in conditions of uncertainty can be disorienting and bewildering. A risk-informed approach can allow global leaders to make informed...