Professional Master of Science in Global and National Security Degree
Professional, non-traditional, interdisciplinary degree that can be completed in one year
Online graduate modules (combining two courses each and team-taught by two professors) and in-person meetings
Designed primarily to provide the workforce and UNM students with a broader context of security issues that affect their work
Based on close collaboration with Sandia and Los Alamos national labs and the national security industry in the State of New Mexico
Broad definition of global and national security includes, among others, nuclear proliferation, infrastructure resiliency, food, water, and energy security, terrorism, humanitarian issues, innovation, cyber security, environmental security, and global health
More information can be found here.
Emile A. Nakhleh, Ph.D.
Electrical And Computer Engineering, room 134D
Global and National Security Policy Institute
The Global and National Security Policy Institute - GNSPI is the umbrella organization that coordinates security studies programs at UNM. It also manages a professional and interdisciplinary master’s degree program in Global and National Security. Courses are taught primarily through on-line modules and in-person meetings with instructors, and designed to provide the workforce and UNM students with a broader context of security issues that affect their current or future work.