Subjects

Conflict and Terrorism Studies

Overview

Conflict and Terrorism Studies looks at the causes and dynamics of terrorism, conflict and radicalisation, and the resolution of violent conflict. Using an analytical and empirical approach, Conflict and Terrorism Studies focuses on analysing the causes and consequences of conflict, and evaluating proposed approaches to their prevention and resolution.

Areas of study

Conflict and Terrorism Studies is a interdisciplinary subject that offers a broad range of courses from Anthropology, Development Studies, History, Media, Film and Television, Politics and International Relations, and Sociology.

You can study Conflict and Terrorism Studies in the following programmes:

What you will learn

You will gain advanced knowledge and skills in the study of conflict and terrorism at both the inter- and intra-state level, and will be practised in engaging in high-level analysis and critique of these.

Career opportunities

By studying Conflict and Terrorism Studies you can advance your knowledge and skills in the study of conflict and terrorism at both the inter- and intra-state level. You will become practised in engaging in high-level analysis and critique of these, as well as becoming familiar with planning and managing a research project. You can develop your potential for roles in government and security, international organisations, policy making, peace-keeping, and post-conflict government and development.

More information

For more information see Conflict and Terrorism Studies.