Nuclear Policy Studies Graduate Certificate
This 15-credit graduate certificate program, including a 3-credit core course and 12 credits in supporting courses, provides a foundation of knowledge and analytical skills relevant to contemporary challenges related to nuclear security, deterrence, arms control, nonproliferation and nuclear energy.
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The Nuclear Policy Studies certificate program collaborates is managed by the Elliott School's Institute for International Science and Technology Policy (IISTP). Please visit the IISTP Academics webpage for information relevant to current and incoming students. The site also hosts a list of commonly offered courses.
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