The MA Program in International Security provides in-depth knowledge and understanding of the international security environment of the 21st century. To enable students to master the complex challenges of the post-9/11 world, the program views security from a broad theoretical and historical perspective, placing traditional security concerns in the context of such fields as development, economics and human rights. Students focus on topics including strategy, foreign policy, intelligence, homeland security, military analysis, regional security and conflict resolution. The curriculum combines relevant coursework with a mandatory internship, providing students with the knowledge and skills demanded by the market for the international security professional, broadly defined. Graduates are exceptionally well prepared to serve as administrators, executives, diplomats, military and civil servants, policy analysts and consultants.
- International Security Program fact sheet (PDF)
- Certificate Program in Homeland Security fact sheet (PDF)
Security student/alumni news and blogs
- Yaewon Cho is a second-year student in the International Security program. Read Yaewon's blog to learn more about her experience at the Josef Korbel School.
- Alum spotlight: Abe Denmark received his MA in International Security from the Josef Korbel School. Read about his work with the Center for a New American Security.
Student and academic groups
- Denver Women in International Security (DWIIS)
- The Organization of Security Students (OSS)