Security Studies at KSU
Security Studies at Kansas State University is a rigorous interdisciplinary program offering MA and Ph.D degrees for students interested in national security, international affairs, world politics, and transnational problems. It boasts well-published faculty and an international student body. History and political science are the core departments in the Security Studies program, but students draw on expertise and coursework from other disciplines as well. Students range from recent graduates of traditional undergraduate programs to field grade officers in the US military. The diversity of experience among our students is one of its key strengths. Most students plan to use their degrees for professional careers in international affairs.
If you have questions about the Security Studies program, contact the Director of Security Studies Dr. Andrew Long, email@example.com, or the Director of the Institute for Military History Dr. David Stone, firstname.lastname@example.org. Oversight of the program's admissions and academic policies is handled by the program's Faculty Committee.
Have You Heard:
Philip Hensel, master's student in security studies, received a new membership to Phi Kappa Phi the nation's oldest and most prestigious academic honor society.
Emizet Kisangani (professor of political science) received university recognition (12-11-14) for his invitation by the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa to attend a two-day workshop on his co-authored report "Conflict in the Great Lakes Region and Its Impact on Development."
Robert Wallace (Danny) recently published "North Korea and Diversion: A quantitative analysis (1997-2011)" in Communist and Post-Communist Studies 47:2 June2014 ISSN 0967-067x (12-8-14).
Rabia Akhtar, a Fulbright scholar from Pakistan, was invited to participate in the US-Pakistan Roundtable September 3-5, 2014 and the Stanford Nuclear Meeting September 6-14, 2014 at Stanford University (12-4-14).
Sabri Ciftci (assistant professor of political science) received university recognition (11-13-14) for his publication in Foreign Affairs "Radical Turks: Why Turkish Citizens are Joining ISIS".
David Oakley (graduate, Stone) received university recognition (11-11-14) for his research on how the country has benefited from the CIA and the Department of Defense partnering together since 9/11.