Postgraduate study in Conflict and Terrorism Studies
What can you study in Conflict and Terrorism Studies?
In the Master of Conflict and Terrorism Studies you can study areas such as:
- Ethnic conflict and civil war
- Insurgency, terrorism and counter-terrorism
- Organised crime and terrorism
- The history and ethics of war
- Civilian casualties
- Social justice and humanitarian intervention
- Human displacement and refugees
- International aid and post-conflict reconstruction
- Conflict prevention and peace
Study in these areas is more important than ever in our increasingly interconnected world, where the impacts of conflict, war and terrorism can now be felt at a number of levels, from the individual to the international.
Structuring your specialisation in Conflict and Terrorism Studies
Master of Conflict and Terrorism Studies
Consult the MCTS schedule for how to structure your study and for the courses you may take.
Explore the courses you can take as part of a specialisation in Conflict and Terrorism Studies:
Statement of research intent
If you are applying for a research version of the MCTS, you also need to submit a statement of research intent outlining your plans for your thesis.