The Certificate in Science, Technology, and International Security offers students expertise and understanding of the broad range of threats to United States security in our new century. The Certificate in Science, Technology, and International Security draws on experts in government, international relations, bioscience, and military affairs in order to provide students with the tools to analyze threats that challenge US security, at home and abroad.
Professionally, the Johns Hopkins Certificate in Science, Technology and International Security is the perfect credential for those who want to capitalize on this vital and growing field. The curriculum curates courses from throughout Johns Hopkins University’s disciplines, offering you a dynamic, multi-perspective grounding in national security topics. Courses intersect the political, theoretical, and scientific analysis of security issues and offer knowledge that you’ll be able to apply directly to work across the national security career spectrum.
A bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited US college or university, or equivalent international credential is required.
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Middle States Commission on Higher Education
This program is currently not accepting students from Wisconsin.
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