The doctoral program in Global Governance and Human Security is an interdisciplinary program that seeks to address global issues from multiple perspectives and methodological approaches. It prepares scholars and analysts to provide intellectual leadership as academics, researchers, or practitioners. Our students study a wide range of issues, including peacemaking, human rights, economic development, education, health, and the environment. Learn More
Application deadline for fall 2017 admission is January 15, 2017 – apply now
Learning Outcomes Include:
A solid theoretical foundation in the concepts of global governance and human security, and in the range of actors, systems, and patterns that compose our increasingly dynamic global system.
The ability to identify, assess, and address current and emerging human security issues in their geopolitical and governance contexts.
Advanced academic skills in interdisciplinary research methods and design, across a variety of methodologies.