The MA Government is an empowering learning experience as students acquire cutting-edge knowledge and hands-on experience in the field of public diplomacy, government, international security, modern conflict resolution, counter-terrorism and security issues. This program aims to develop students to shape the future of society, become tomorrow’s leaders and resolve today’s local and international conflicts.

Program Highlights

  • Network with leaders, policymakers, and students from over 90 countries around the world.
  • Develop unique skills via a wide variety of intensive workshops hosted by top experts from different fields: negotiations; public speaking; decision making; post-conflict peace building; mediation; and international intervention.
  • Intern in research programs such as political psychology, applied decision analysis, and governmental reform.
  • Meet with practitioners, heads of state, foreign ministers, negotiators, journalists, etc.

  • Opportunities to intern in two of the most highly regarded research institutes in the world located at Reichman University: the International Institute for Counter-Terrorism (ICT); and the Institute for Policy and Strategy (IPS) which organizes seminars, workshops and forums, including the prestigious annual Herzliya Conference.
  • Apply for internships available in Israel at NGOs, research institutes and selected government ministries.
  • Join field trips to peacekeeping forces (UNDOF, UNIFIL).
  • Earn a valuable MA in one year at an affordable price.

What Are You Going To Study?

  • Core Courses

    Four Courses from the Following (8 Credits)

    Electives (8 Credits) - All MA-level courses can be taken as an elective, including (selected list):

** Required for the specialization in Diplomacy & Conflict Studies

*** Required for the specialization in Counter-Terrorism & Homeland Security

  • For the entire list of courses please refer to the Student Handbook
  • Students who take a part-time track can take these courses only in their second year of studies.
  • The academic administration of Reichman University reserves the right to make changes to the curriculum.​

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