ISN Master’s Concentration

International Security and Nonproliferation is a concentration within the Master of International Policy degree. The ISN concentration combines social science methods and practice from the field to analyze issues of nuclear, chemical, biological and radiological weapons and their proliferation.

The ISN concentration provides advanced training for students pursuing non-academic careers in international governmental and non-governmental organizations; in the diplomatic corps and foundations; in federal agencies such as the Departments of State and Energy and the intelligence community; and in foreign policy making, strategic trade, and other international policy fields.

  • Taught jointly by International Affairs faculty and Ph.D.-level practitioners from CITS
  • Students gain comprehensive knowledge of nonproliferation and disarmament law and practice
  • Students obtain training in foreign policy fields including strategic trade, defense policy, international security policy, arms control, nuclear security culture, economic and political development
  • The ISN concentration prepares students for careers in the public and private sectors, both in the U.S. and abroad
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ISN Concentration

This unique Masters concentration combines social science methods with practice from the field to analyze proliferation of nuclear, chemical, biological and radiological weapons, together with associated materials, technologies and policies. The ISN Masters concentration provides advanced training for students who wish to pursue non-academic careers in international governmental and nongovernmental organizations; in the diplomatic corps and foundations; in federal agencies such as the Departments of State and Energy and the intelligence community; and in foreign policy making, strategic trade, and other international policy fields.

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For more information or to apply, contact

Jeffrey D. Berejikian

Associate Professor

Josiah Meigs Distinguished Teaching Professor

Josiah Meigs Distinguished Teaching Professor

Senior Fellow, Center for International Trade and Security

Office: 307 Candler Hall

Phone: 706-542-1849

Fax: 706-583-8266

Email: jberejik@uga.edu

William W. Keller

Professor of International Affairs

Gary K. Bertsch Director, Center for International Trade & Security

Office: 328 Candler Hall

Office: 120 Holmes/Hunter

Phone: 706-542-3357

Fax: 706-583-8266

Email: b.keller@cits.uga.edu