The MA in Counter-Terrorism and Homeland Security offered by the Lauder School of Government, Diplomacy and Strategy in collaboration with the International Institute for Counter-Terrorism (ICT) at Reichman University is a cutting edge program that combines academic study, simulations and workshops which offer special tools for critical thinking in this field.
About the Program
- The courses provide concentrated, in-depth exposure to the phenomenon of modern terrorism and its characteristics, modus operandi, scope and dissemination throughout the world.
- Students have the option to apply for the Counter-Terrorism & Homeland Security Specialization with Thesis.
- Students will obtain an understanding of the challenge this phenomenon presents to decision-makers, security establishments, first responders, legal systems and the business sector, based on the experience Israel has accumulated in the field.
What Will You Study?
Specialization (16 Credits)
Cluster in Cyber-Terrorism 14 Credit Hours
Electives (8 Credits) - All MA-level courses can be taken as an elective, including (selected list):
- For the entire list of courses please refer to the Student Handbook
- The academic administration of Reichman University reserves the right to make changes to the curriculum.
- The Cluster in Cyber-Terrorism may be taken instead of the 10 hours of electives. A certificate will be accorded students who complete this program.
- Those with career goals in the US armed services, graduates of AF/N/ROTC Programs, or Military Colleges please click here to learn more about the ASL Scholarship.