Designed for military personnel on educational assignment and college graduates seeking an intensive, one-year master’s program, this interdisciplinary program gives students a foundation in moral and political philosophy and international relations.
Students can earn a master’s degree in military ethics in 12 to 15 months, gaining perspective from faculty in the humanities and law. Required course include “Ethics and Public Policy,” “Military Conflicts, the Military Profession and International Law,” and an ethics capstone project.
Applications received by January 15 are given priority review. Learn more about applying to graduate programs at Case Western Reserve University and how to apply for the master of arts in military ethics program.