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Online Master in Terrorism Studies and Deradicalization

 

EUCLID, an international intergovernmental institution with a university mandate, offers to select students from the general public a highly specialized online master in terrorism studies and deradicalization (MTSD). This flex-time program presents a balanced, comprehensive and practical study of this multifaceted problem with the aim to prepare outstanding professionals and civil servants ready to work in a variety of settings including:

  • international organizations
  • non-governmental organizations
  • local governments including schools
  • regional and national governments
  • law enforcement bodies including Interpol and Europol.

It is also the only Master's degree program in this complex field organized by an international intergovernmental organization with proven expertise in interfaith issues and global governance, with a mandate to develop higher education programs that will be used by active diplomats over 4 continents, counting among its students and alumni officials at the minister, ambassador and diplomatic counsellor levels.

Photo: EUCLID graduate Ambassador Hanna Simon presenting her letters of credence to President Francois Hollande of France.

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The current (responsive and mobile-friendly) page recommended to obtain full and updated MTSD program information can be found at:

http://m.euclid.int/online-master-in-terrorism/

This program begins on September 15, 2016, with open enrollment starting on September 1, 2016.

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Academic Presentation:

This unique Master's degree focuses on diplomatic practice and the actual application of theoretical knowledge, rather than the advancement of academic knowledge for its own sake. Also, terrorism is examined from the several contrasting angles while offering realistic policies options and prevention perspectives.

The EUCLID programs are used by professional diplomats working for EUCLID Participating States and can be considered an excellent route to pursue a career within governmental bodies, NGOs and international organizations.

Thanks to its low tuition and remarkable institutional relationships, it is of special interest to European and African students.

Note: This degree program is distance-based only and requires fluency in the English language.

Program Brochure and video:

Video to the right:

Countering Online Radicalization and Violent Extremism

 

Admission Requirements:

Applicants must have a Bachelor’s degree or its international equivalent, issued by an institution listed in the latest edition of the UNESCO-IAU handbook or a similar official directory.

Government-sponsored applicants (who are already government staff) may be admitted without a Bachelor’s degree if their level of education and experience is deemed sufficient. EUCLID may require these participants to complete bridge courses prior to enrolling in the program.

Fluency in English (spoken and written) is required and will be tested.

Students are expected to be in position to dedicate 10 to 15 effective hours of study on a weekly basis.

Curriculum / Program Courses:

EUCLID Online Master in Terrorism Studies and Deradicalization courses (from EUCLID database):

PRIMARY ASSOCIATED COURSES
Code
Course Name
US Credits
-ACA-401 International Academic and Professional Paper Writing
1
-TPH-499 Argumentation and Critical Thinking
2
-TS-300 Background Studies: US and the Middle East
2
-TS-400 Terrorism: an enduring and complex issue
3
-ISL-700 Studies in Modern Islamic Radicalization
4
-ISL-600 Studies in Islamophobia
3
-TS-500 Studies in Counter Terrorism
4
-TS-700 Studies in Deradicalization
4
-DIP-606 Master's Capstone Paper or Thesis
6
 
Total Credit Hours (US):
29

Elective Courses:

STANDARD DEGREE ROADMAP - SUGGESTED ELECTIVES
Code
Course Name
US Credits
Overview of Islam, Islamic Law (Shar'iah) and the Islamic World
4
Advanced Studies in Inter-Religious Dialogue 1
3

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Photo above: EUCLID's High Steward Pr Faustin Touadéra with US Secretary of State John Kerry. Full caption: "U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, who speaks fluent French, points to his French interpreter on standby as he meets with CAR President Faustin-Archange Touadéra after both officials signed the COP21 Climate Change Agreement on Earth Day, April 22, 2016, at the United Nations Headquarters in New York, N.Y. [State Department photo/ Public Domain] [State Department photo/ Public Domain]"

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Photo above: EUCLID's Robin van Puyenbroeck, panel speaker at the Eurozone in Crisis event at the United Nations Dag Hammarskjöld Auditorium, May 2013.

 


   

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