University of St Andrews – 100% online delivery – ELC Provider Number 2035. Next intake starts 20th October 2015. Further intakes: 15th February and 15th June 2016

This renownedonline course – from the Handa Centre for the Study of Terrorism and Political Violence at the University of St Andrews – is recognised as the best globally accessible, flexible, tutored, online part-time study solution for professionals who want to develop their knowledge and understanding of the subject, hone their analysis skills in countering the terrorism and security threat, or prepare themselves for future higher academic study.

If it’s part of your responsibility to protect a sovereign state, people, infrastructure, organisations or investments, understanding the threat is crucial – whether this is to governments and homeland security, transport networks, investments, private organisations or to the public. Understanding this threat involves knowing who is involved, how and why they act and their capacity to inflict harm.

Join over 4500 participants from 75 countries, who have enrolled for this world leading programme.

14 MODULE OPTIONS – covering characteristics of terrorism, terrorist tactics and counterterrorism:

Key Issues in International Terrorism

Terrorist Ideologies, Aims, Beliefs & Motivations

Terrorist Modus Operandi

Homeland Security

Radicalisation & De-Radicalisation

International Policing Policy


IEDs: Threats & Countermeasures

Critical Infrastructure Protection

Aviation Terrorism & Security

Maritime Terrorism & Security

CBRN Weapons in Terrorism


Terrorism & Human Rights

Study individual modules, four for the Certificate, eight for the Advanced Certificate or all 14. Full module information can be found in thePDF prospectus or onlinehere

Each module is designed to be studied over four weeks, and helps you plan your time to succeed in achieving this. However, you’re in control of your study plan and can take a shorter or longer time to suit you – full flexibility is built in to the programme to accommodate wider work and operational commitments.

Telephone: +44 (0)20 3377 3210 / +1 (646) 957 8929 | Email:[email protected]