INSCT is a unique asset of the College of Law and the Maxwell School of Citizenship. As an INSCT student and Graduate Assistant, I have seen how the interactions between law and policy students creates an incredibly beneficial interdisciplinary academic environment. Through my work with INSCT faculty, I have been exposed to a variety of important national security topics, and I have learned important lessons that I can carry into my future career.
—Frank E. Garrison (MPA Candidate ’18 and Atlantis Scholar)
INSCT offers interdisciplinary law and graduate programs that address the law and policy of national and international security, counterterrorism, postconflict reconstruction, and cybersecurity. To prepare for their careers, INSCT’s students engage in advanced coursework, research projects guided by expert faculty, simulations, internships, capstone projects, and networking events … MORE
INSCT interdisciplinary research projects and areas of interest contribute to a comprehensive national and international security and counterterrorism research portfolio … MORE
National security and counterterrorism experts at INSCT have extensive experience engaging complex, evolving security issues in order to identify where policymakers and practitioners can best place their resources … MORE