The combined degree of Master of International Security Studies with the Master of Policing, Intelligence and Counter Terrorism provides a comprehensive study of both the traditional and non-traditional security issues. The Master of Policing, Intelligence and Counter Terrorism covers security dimensions relating to law enforcement, intelligence and asymmetric threats. While the Master of International Security Studies examines a wider range of non-traditional security issues that range from pandemics, natural disasters, humanitarian intervention, economic security and environmental security.
This is a restricted programme and only available to students who are accepted into the programme.
Students are required to apply and be approved by Macquarie University before they can enrol in units through OUA.
Students enrolled in the Postgraduate Certificate programme must submit a fresh application at completion if they wish to articulate to the Postgraduate Diploma. Similarly, students enrolled in the Postgraduate Diploma need to submit a fresh application at completion to articulate to the Masters programme.
Application forms can be downloaded from the OUA's website. Applications for programme are due two weeks prior to the close of enrolment. Applications should be emailed to: firstname.lastname@example.org or faxed to: +61 3 8628 2989.
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