Graduate Stand-Alone Certificate in Emerging Technologies and Proliferation

The certificate will provide students with an understanding of the strategic implications of specific technological developments within the context of international relations and international security. The courses will provide an overview of nuclear engineering and related technologies and the primary debates in the field of international security concerning new technologies and nuclear proliferation. Students will explore emerging nuclear and other relevant technologies from a strategic and political perspective and also engage with technical systems from an applied perspective.

One course from International Affairs:3
Special Topics (Problem of Proliferation)
International Security
One course from Nuclear & Radiological Engineering:3
Fundamentals of Nuclear Nonproliferation
Radiation Detection
One elective for INTA, NRE or AE: 3
Special Topics (Problem of Proliferation)
International Security
Radiation Detection
Fundamentals of Nuclear Nonproliferation
Introduction to System of Systems Engineering Principles
System of Systems Engineering Applications
Seminar:3
Seminar: Politics Tech & Proliferation
Total Credit Hours12

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