Master of International Policy and Practice–Online
The master of international policy and practice–online (MIPP–Online) is an advanced degree for mid-career professionals seeking to advance in their current career track or transition to a new field. An accelerated 27-credit distance learning program, it allows civilian and military professionals working around the world to complete a master’s degree within one year of full-time study, or 16 to 24 months of part-time study. The MIPP–Online prepares graduates to harness an exceptional understanding of the complex international policy environment, possess robust analytical and communication skills, and master skills for coalition building and leading organizational change.
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The following requirements must be fulfilled: 27 credits, including 9 credits in core courses and 18 credits in restricted elective courses.
|IAFF 6222||Special Topics in International Policy and Practice (Strategic Leadership Seminar)|
|IAFF 6222||Special Topics in International Policy and Practice (Economic Tools for Global Policy)|
|IAFF 6222||Special Topics in International Policy and Practice (Leadership Practicum)|
|Six courses from the following:|
|IAFF 6163||Transnational Security|
|IAFF 6171||Introduction to Conflict Resolution|
|IAFF 6173||Security and Development|
|IAFF 6186||Special Topics in Security Policy Studies (Terrorism Today)|
|IAFF 6186||Special Topics in Security Policy Studies (Political Risk Analysis)|
|IAFF 6222||Special Topics in International Policy and Practice (Ethics in Security Policy)|
|PSC 6349||International Security Politics|