In addition to the core curriculum, students can choose from four specializations: diplomacy and strategy; conflict resolution; Middle East studies; and homeland security studies. In the third year of studies, selected students can participate in the prestigious Argov Fellows Program in Leadership and Diplomacy and in exchange programs with universities around the world. Lauder School students are exposed to and able to participate in activities of the school’s leading research institutes including: the Institute for Policy and Strategy (IPS), which organizes and hosts the renowned Herzliya Conference; the International Institute for Counter-Terrorism (ICT); the Center for European Studies; and the programs in Political Psychology, Behavioral Decision Making, and Reforms in Government. Graduates of the Lauder School of Government, Diplomacy and Strategy are well equipped to integrate into an array of companies and organizations, both public and private, as well as continue with their academic studies.
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*Option for Direct Masters
*The curriculum is subject to change