Máster en Seguridad Global – Msc

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Máster en Seguridad Global – Msc

  • Modalidad de impartición
    El Máster en Seguridad Global - MSc será desarrollado de manera presencial.
  • Número de horas
    La duración de este posgrado es de 12 meses full-time o 24 meses part-time.
  • Titulación oficial
    Al cumplir con los requisitos del programa se obtiene el grado de Máster en Seguridad Global - MSc.
  • Valoración del programa
    El Máster en Seguridad Global - MSc diseñado en la Universidad de Glasgow, aparece como respuesta a la necesidad de entender los nuevos retos a la seguridad que se han manifestado en nuestros tiempos, contrastando con la forma en la que se desarrollaban los conflictos bélicos en el siglo pasado. El programa preparará al estudiante para que tenga la capacidad de comprender las amenazas y elaborar respuestas, tanto teóricas como prácticas a la problemática que desencadena el discurso político y económico del conflicto alrededor del mundo.
  • Precio del curso
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  • Dirigido a
    Para cursar este programa se recomienda que los aspirantes sean profesionales, y que cumplan con todos los requerimientos de ingreso solicitados por la Universidad de Glasgow.
  • Empleabilidad
    El máster abrirá las puertas a los profesionales para desempeñarse como asesor o consultor, para compañías gubernamentales y organizaciones no gubernamentales, entre otras.

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  • Contenido
    Máster en Seguridad Global – MSc


    Las amenazas militares tradicionales que condicionaron los problemas globales de seguridad durante la mayor parte del siglo XX han sido rápidamente sustituidas por otros desafíos – unos nuevos y otros no tan nuevos. El Máster en Seguridad Global le brinda la oportunidad de examinar buena parte de estas amenazas actuales y las acciones estratégicas y adelantos en el panorama político diseñados para tratarlas.

    • You will take a study visit to Brussels which offers the chance to experience security and political institutions like NATO and the European Commission and meet key security personnel.
    • The programme will also include a series of master classes from high profile professionals and academics working in the field of security. 
    • You can combine a broad spectrum of subject areas into your degree, including politics, sociology, Central & East European studies, war studies, archaeology, computing science, geography, law, business and education.
    • You will develop your knowledge of the security challenges impacting our rapidly changing social and political environment at a local, national and global level. These range from terrorism and cyber warfare to disease, migration and climate change. They also recognise that 'frozen' or 'forgotten' conflicts, often linked to failed-states and issues of identity and nationalism, have continued to impact the lives of millions of people around the world.
    • You will have the opportunity to take part in policy development exercises: working with government officials and policy-makers to simulate the process of responding to major international security crises.
    Why should you study Global Security?

    If you want to develop your knowledge of the broad-based security challenges impacting our rapidly changing social and political environment at a local, national and global level then the MSc in Global Security is for you.

    Individuals on the  MSc in Global Security will have the opportunity to experience a wide variety of disciplinary approaches to the study of security ranging from politics and international relations, to area studies, law, history, public health, human geography and computing science and information technology.

    How will you benefit?

    Graduates from this programme are likely to move into careers with governmental and non-governmental organisations, the media, business and international/transnational organisations.

    All students on the programme will benefit from some research skills training which will go a long way to supporting students wanting to take advantage of the opportunities available for individuals wanting to develop a career in academia.  Many students taking this programme go on to pursue PhD research at the University of Glasgow or other leading research universities in the UK and beyond.  
     
    Why should you study with us?

    Staff teaching on the MSc Global Security are drawn from schools and subject areas across all four Colleges of the University of Glasgow, including Politics, Sociology, Central and East European Studies (College of Social Sciences); History/War Studies, Theology (College of Arts); Public Health (College of Medical, Veterinary and Life Sciences); and Geographical and Earth Sciences, Computing Science (College of Science and Engineering).  All of these subject areas are known for their research and teaching quality, often being recognised as being among the top schools in their field within the UK and with highly respected and strong international profiles.

    Individuals on programme will also have the opportunity to undertake a study tour of some of the main centres of security coordination. In 2012 students will visit Brussels where they will visit key security institutions (NATO, European Union, Council of Europe etc.) and meet professionals working in security matters on a day-to-day basis.  Future annual study tours are set to include Washington DC (USA) and Berlin (Germany).

    Students on the MSc Global security also have the opportunity to avail of support to apply for internship opportunities within a range of international organisations working on issues and areas reflecting the content of the MSc Global Security.

    Finally, the programme also includes the " Global Security Master Class Series " where high profile professionals and academics working in the field of security speak directly with students in a small scale setting giving students an opportunity to talk informally with these individuals. 

    Programme structure
    Current pathways include:
    • MSc Global Security (Politics, Information and Security)
    • MSc Global Security (Law and International Institutions)
    • MSc Global Security (Social and Cultural Perspectives)
    • MSc Global Security (Strategy and Defence)
    Politics, Information and Security

    Provides students with the opportunity to examine how cyber issues and information technologies challenge how states and citizens alike attempt to use and constrain information in a range of societies.
    Specialised courses within this pathway include: 
    - The Internet and Civil Society
    - Computing Science: Security* 
    - Systems and Networks*
    *these two courses provide students with some basic practical knowledge and training in IT related security issues. Students do not need to have an IT background to do these courses.

    Law and International Institutions

    Provides students with the opportunity to examine how global security is impacted by legal developments within key international institutions including the European Union and the United Nations.
    Specialised courses within this pathway include: 
    - United Nations Law 
    - European Security Institutions and Law

    Social and Cultural Perspectives

    Provides students with the opportunity to examine global security from a critical perspective, reflecting on social and cultural aspects and constructions of 'security'. Important to this pathway will be an interrogation of the relationship between security, vulnerability and the ethics of care. 
    Specialised courses within this pathway include: 
    - Critical Perspectives on Securities and Vulnerabilities 
    - A range of related electives

    Strategy and Defence


    Provides students with the opportunity to examine shifts in Western strategic thought and how it is currently developing within a new interdependent global context.
    Specialised courses within this pathway include: 
    - Comparative Approaches to Warfare and Violent Conflict 
    - The American Way of War: from Revolution to the War on Terror
    - A range of related electives

    Entry Requirements


    Entry requirements for postgraduate taught programmes are a 2.1 Honours degree or equivalent qualification (for example, GPA 3.0 or above) in a relevant subject.

    English language If your first language is not English, the University sets a minimum English Language proficiency level.

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