Graduate Certificate in International Security and Aerospace Systems

The International Security and Aerospace Systems Certificate is a 12-credit hour program offered by the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs and the Guggenheim School of Aerospace Engineering. The interdisciplinary certificate is for graduate students and post-baccalaureate professionals studying on a non-degree basis. Students will take courses that explore the intersection of international security, military gaming and modeling, and aerospace systems. The certificate will provide students with technical knowledge of aerospace systems and an understanding of relevant political and strategic context.

Certificate Requirements - 12 credit hours

Credit Hours
INTA 6103 International Security 3
AE 6393 Introduction to System of Systems Engineering - Principles of System Architecting, Simulation, & Analysis 3
AE 6394 System of Systems Engineering Applications 4
INTA 6014 Scenario Writing and Path Gaming or
INTA 6742/CX 4232/CSE 6742 Modeling, Simulation, and Military Gaming

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Admission Criteria

  • Official Transcripts, including award of bachelor’s degree or equivalent
  • Two Letters of recommendation
  • Statement of Purpose
  • TOEFL Scores for International Applicants.

Graduate Advising / Admissions

Vince Pedicino
Graduate Advising & Enrollment Services

Habersham Building
781 Marietta St. NW
Atlanta, GA 30332-0610

Phone: 404-894-1905
Twitter: @NunnSchoolGT

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