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The following Security Studies courses are listed for the 2012-2013 Fall and Spring academic year.
Course code Title
SEST-500 Theory and Practice of Security
SEST-501 Grand Strategy and Military Operations
SEST-510 Core Course: U.S. National Security Policy
SEST-512 Congress and U.S. National Security Policy
SEST-515 Net Assessment and Strategic Planning
SEST-518 The U.S., Limited War, and Low Intensity Conflict
SEST-520 Counterinsurgency
SEST-521 Theory and Practice of Intelligence
SEST-524 Intelligence Analysis, Policy and Politics
SEST-526 Advanced Conventional Military Operations
SEST-529 The National Security Council: History, Structure, and Operations
SEST-530 Core Course in International Security
SEST-532 Comparative Intelligence Policies
SEST-537 Ethnic Conflict and Civil War
SEST-538 Military Analysis
SEST-540 Al Qaeda and the Global Jihad
SEST-542 Stability Operations
SEST-543 Crisis Decision-Making and Simulation
SEST-544 Resolution of Armed Conflicts
SEST-545 Human Security and the Responsibility to Protect
SEST-546 Terrorism and Counterterrorism
SEST-548 Weapons Proliferation and Security
SEST-550 Technology and Security
SEST-551 The Role of Technology in National Security
SEST-557 The Technology of Nonproliferation and Arms Control
SEST-559 Missile Technology and Missile Defense
SEST-562 Emerging Technologies and Security
SEST-566 Biotechnology and Security
SEST-569 Cyberwar
SEST-570 Security Problems in Africa
SEST-571 Security Issues in East Asia
SEST-573 Security Problems in South Asia
SEST-576 Arab-Israel Conflict
SEST-578 Security Problems in the Middle East and the Persian Gulf
SEST-579 Warfare in the Middle East
SEST-580 Stability Challenges in Asia and South East Asia
SEST-581 Security Issues in Central Asia
SEST-582 Politics of European Security
SEST-587 Security Issues in Latin America
SEST-590 Economics of Sub-State Violence
SEST-592 International Arms Trade
SEST-593 Terorrist Financing
SEST-594 Energy and Security
SEST-596 U.S. Defense Budgeting and Strategic Planning
SEST-597 Economics of National Security Policy
SEST-599 Illicit Economies, Narcotics, & Security
SEST-600 Global Health and National Security
SEST-601 National Security, the Media, and Public Opinion
SEST-609 American Terrorism in Comparative Perspective
SEST-610 Civil Military Relations
SEST-611 Covert/Clandestine Operations
SEST-613 Intelligence and the Military
SEST-618 Defense Challenges in the XXIth Century
SEST-619 Human Intelligence Ops
SEST-628 The Capabilities and Limitations of the U.S. Military
SEST-630 History of Military Operations
SEST-650 Nuclear Weapons: History, Strategy, and Technology
SEST-652 Iran and the Bomb
SEST-653 Technology and War
SEST-710 Research Seminar

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