Masters in Social Sciences

Terrorism & Security

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Social Sciences is the field that focuses on helping and making people’s lives better and easier. One of its subdisciplines, Terrorism & Security, focuses on making the world safer for everyone. Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Terrorism & Security cover subjects like the History of Terrorism, Cyber Security, Warfare in the 21st century, Aviation Terrorism and Security, Terrorist Ideologies, International Relations Theories and Practice.

The main difference between the various subdisciplines are with respect to the depth of information delivered. Graduates can choose from a wide range of careers. Some of these are:

• Security Analyst
• Correctional Treatment Specialist
• Intelligence Analyst

Also, the areas you can work in include foreign affairs and different departments of defence.

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