A new Nonproliferation and Terrorism Studies Program – the first of its kind in the world —  was approved last weekend by the Middlebury Board of Trustees, having been reviewed by MIIS faculty and administration and the MIIS Board. The new program builds on the Institute’s existing certificate program in nonproliferation and the terrorism studies concentration . Both academic tracks have experienced significant growth in recent years, reflecting students’ strong interest in these issues, as well as increased demand in both the public and private sector for policy experts in the fields of weapons of mass destruction and the threat of terrorism.

The Nonproliferation and Terrorism Studies Program’s curriculum will be supported by the Institute’s James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies (CNS) and Monterey Terrorism Research and Education Program (MonTREP).


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