Earn a Certificate in Nonproliferation Studies, Terrorism Studies, or Financial Crime Management in as little as one semester.
Certificate in Nonproliferation Studies
The Certificate in Nonproliferation Studies is a graduate program designed for professional training in the control, reduction, and elimination of weapons of mass destruction. Students take courses, seminars, and workshops on nonproliferation taught by faculty in the MA in Nonproliferation and Terrorism Studies program and experts at the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies (CNS). The Certificate requires a total of 20 credits and may be completed in one year or less.
Certificate in Terrorism Studies
The Certificate in Terrorism Studies is a graduate program designed to provide professional training in the study of extremist groups – and states – that employ the tactic of terrorism. Students take courses, seminars, and workshops on terrorism taught by faculty in the MA in Nonproliferation and Terrorism Studies program and the Monterey Terrorism Research and Education Program (MonTREP), internationally recognized as a leading center of expertise on terrorism and ideological extremism. The Certificate requires a total of 20 credits and may be completed in one year or less.
This 16-credit specialization is available to students in any Middlebury Institute degree program but can also be taken as a standalone certificate for individuals not enrolled in our programs. It addresses the growing market need for professionals to prevent, detect, and manage illicit finance.