M.A. Security Management


Description:

Degree: Master of Arts

Students of the supplementary subject “Security Management” receive a scientifically oriented graduate education in the field of media sciences with the specific technical complement of security management. They gain exemplary scientific knowledge on the basis of the current international research in security research and thereby qualify in a special way for professional fields in which communicative, argumentative, analytical and problem-solving skills are required; Including media and communications, management, education and culture, civil security and population protection.

Safety management can be studied as a supplement in the combination study model. Students receive a scientifically oriented graduate education in the field of media sciences with the specific professional complement of security management. They gain exemplary scientific knowledge based on current international research in security research.

The degree program is particularly suitable for professional fields in which communicative, argumentative, analytical and problem-solving skills are required; Including media and communications, management, education and culture, civil security and population protection.

Further information about the course of studies


Entry requirements

  1. Bachelor of Arts in Media Science, Social Sciences or Bachelor of Science in Computer Science, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering
    or
  2. Degree in comparable courses.
    Missing previous knowledge can be made up to 9 CP (according to the expert committee).
    The current examination regulations always apply.

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Languages

Furthermore, all applicants must demonstrate English language skills at the level B2 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages or comparable.


Internship

Eight-week internship possible (alternatively: one module in the Studium Generale).

Internship regulations 


Study organization

Exam regulations (POs) determine the basic structures of a course of studies (for example, access requirements and content to be studied). For students, the current version of a PO is automatically applied when enrolling in the first semester. This means that even if the PO changes during the course of studies, the original version of the PO is valid (provided that this PO is not running out). The respective course of studies shows the recommended exemplary course of studies in the individual subjects and is part of a PO. Supplementary regulations and details for each module to be studied can be found in the module manuals (for example, prerequisites for passing a written examination or content of the modules / events, …). The Internship Regulation defines the conditions under which compulsory or optional internships must be completed. Before the start of the lecture, we recommend that you at least study the course of your studies so that you know which modules are planned for the start of the course.

Dates and deadlines

Examination regulations

Study course plans 

Course regulations