The proliferation of weapon of mass destruction along with the associated technologies is recognized to be the most serious danger to the national and international security environment. The latest study indicates growth of number of sates and sub-states that possess or seek to obtain such weapons and technologies are growing. The possible accession to such weapon system would severely threatens and rick the national, regional and global security dynamics by acquiring the illegal chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear materials. The course is aimed to educate people from military and security related fields to understand, the potentials of such threats and the catalyst affects such chain of proliferation. The acquisition of such weapons of mass destruction by any rogue element can lead to committing violence against the peaceful nations and the allies. It is widely believed, and historical record shows, that such groups would use nuclear weapons or other weapons of mass destruction if they can acquire or build them. This course intends to provide learners and practitioners with the background history, and emergence of weapons of mass destructions, the development of such technologies throughout the phases of WWI, WW II, Vietnam War, Low Intensity Warfare, Soviet Occupation of Afghanistan, Iran-Iraq war, and War on Counterterrorism. They will also look into the challenges of proliferation and opportunities to thwart the spread of nuclear weapons and other weapons of mass destruction. Participants will review the framework of the international nonproliferation regime, nuclear fuel cycle, including strengthening the international control measures. Students will also be given an overview of the proliferation risks. Broad range of interactive discussions will allow learner groups to critically develop the analytical skills in assessing nonproliferation issues and gain an insight of their broader impact though case studies and sharing the floor with international reputed personalities from the same fields covering nonproliferation, counter proliferations, consequent managements, interdiction, cyber terrorism and border management, treaties and agreements and UN security council adopted resolutions. The prerequisite is SS 302.