Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Security Studies.
Classes. MIT SSP courses are offered through the Department of Political Science at MIT (Course 17).. Provides an overview of the field of international relations for graduate students. Each week a different approach to explaining international relations is examined.. 17.468 Foundations of Security Studies.
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Biography Nasir Almasri is a PhD student in comparative politics and security studies. He studies the intersection of religion, politics, and violence with a particular interest in West Asia and North Africa.
Biography M. Taylor Fravel is the Arthur and Ruth Sloan Professor of Political Science and Director of the MIT Security Studies Program at MIT. Taylor is a graduate of Middlebury College and Stanford University, where he received his PhD.
About The Field The International Security Studies field consists of courses that examine the sources, conduct and termination of conflict; decision-making, strategy, and statecraft; crisis management; regional security; intelligence; and new and complex security issues that exist along the continuum between war and peace. The field encompasses approaches that are both theoretical and.
Graduate Record Examination (GRE) GRE or GMAT score required; Institute code: 3510; Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT) GMAT or GRE score required; Department code: X5X-QS-21; International English Language Testing System (IELTS) Minimum score required: 7; Electronic scores send to: MIT Graduate Admissions; Test of English as a Foreign.
Master's Degrees The master’s degree generally requires a minimum of one academic year of study, while the engineer’s degree requires two years. Admission to MIT for the master’s degree does not necessarily imply an automatic commitment by MIT beyond that level of study.