Master of Arts in Nonproliferation and Terrorism Studies
The MA in Nonproliferation and Terrorism Studies draws upon interdisciplinary curriculum and integrates policy analysis, international security, science and technology, and history to prepare students for careers in combating violent extremism and WMD proliferation. Students also have the opportunity to take courses in the Graduate School of International Policy & Management on related subjects such as regional and area studies, global economics, cyber security and international environmental issues.
The Monterey WMD Terrorism Database is the largest open-source catalog of worldwide incidents involving the acquisition, possession, threat, and use of weapons of mass destruction (WMD) by non-state actors. Maintained by MonTREP, the database includes more than 1,100 incidents -- from 1900 to the present -- that relate to the use of chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear (CBRN) materials as possible weapons.
Terrorism Studies Club
The Terrorism Studies Club (TSC) is a student organization at the Monterey Institute of International Studies that seeks to enrich its members through a series of educational, professional, and social events. By providing a positive and multifaceted support environment, the Terrorism Studies Club aims to assist students in fulfilling their highest academic potential and embarking on successful careers as security and counterterrorism professionals.