Four inter-related taught modules and a summer dissertation of 12 – 15, 000 words linked to material
considered in the taught modules.
The taught modules comprise (1) Strategic Theory, (2) Strategic Nuclear Doctrine (3) Latin America:
security conditions and challenges, and (4) Global Security Issues.
• It scrutinises salient, real-world security issues which challenge governments, armed services,
international organisations, and business around the world.
• This long-established degree programme of high repute has produced graduates with excellent career
prospects for over thirty years, and there is a network of alumni throughout the international system.
• The programme curriculum is regularly reviewed and refreshed by the course director, who has
guided the degree for over thirty years.
• The student body is international, with many countries represented.
THE SCHOOL OF SOCIAL SCIENCES AT ABERDEEN
Founded in 1495, the University of Aberdeen is one of the UK's most internationally distinguished universities. With an international multicultural community of over 14,000 students drawn from 120 different countries, the University prides itself on offering the very best learning and support facilities for students, from one of the largest and best equipped libraries in Scotland to support services that provide friendly and expert guidance on a range of areas - academic, personal, medical and financial.
The School of Social Sciences is situated on the University’s beautiful Kings College Campus, and includes the departments of Anthropology, Politics & International Relations and Sociology. In coming to Aberdeen, you’ll be joining a vibrant and active postgraduate community, taught and supervised by staff with international reputations for teaching and research.
WANT TO KNOW MORE?
For further details on this Masters programme, see our Prospectus (http://www.abdn.ac.uk/prospectus/pgrad
For further details on Politics and International Relations at Aberdeen, visit our website (http://www.abdn.ac.uk/pir
GOT A QUESTION? If so, contact:
- Jim Wyllie (Programme Director) - Tel: +44 (0) 1224 272725 E-mail: [email protected]
- Alyson Millar (Postgraduate Secretary) - Tel: +44 (0) 1224 272762; Email: [email protected]
Normally a second class Honours degree or recognised equivalent in International Relations, Politics, Economics, Law, Geography, History or cognate disciplines.