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The master’s degree program in National and International Security is a one-year program. The program offers to master’s students the following:

  1. Acquirement of knowledge in the field of national and international security through geopolitics and conflict resolution, globalization, democracy, law and its role in security strategic and foreign intelligence, cyber security, security practices and systems
  2. Development of ability to identify, formulate and solve main national and international security issues in their social, political and economic context
  3. Development of understanding main factors that are shaping global and domestic security environments as well as the role and relevance of international law in a changing global security environment
  4. Development of understanding of interconnection of politics with territory as well as political risks with the emphasis on management of the two
  5. Acquirement of knowledge about conflict and its underlying basis rested upon mechanisms of debate and peaceful resolution in order to achieve valuable progress
  6. Development of understanding of a relationship the strategy has with security on international as well national level throughout the history
  7. Acquirement of knowledge about democracy and its crucial role in the process of policy making
  8. Development of understanding of the Common Security Defense Policy (CSDP) and its practices in Europe regarding crises management
  9. Acquirement of knowledge about sophisticated security designs such as cryptographic systems and forensic analyses


  1. Master's students will be capable of analyzing, managing and responding to various national and international security related matters
  2. Master's students will gain an ability to understand the importance of geopolitics through a method of critical analysis of foreign policies in order to understand current international political scene and role geopolitical traditions have
  3. Master's students will be knowledgeable on link between international law and business with security postulates covering wide array of topics which rest on terms relevant to organized crime, cyber environment, terrorism, espionage, etc.
  4. Master's students will gain an insight into national and international security dependency onto IT sector where security systems and solution are being constantly developed and improved by developed countries
  5. Master's students will be knowledgeable on intelligence term in its true essence by means of exploring its historical operational use up to the present time with the implementation of intelligence services and systems in acts by foreign policies

Knowledge and skills acquired during the master’s degree program in National and International Security enable graduates to work in management, research and policy positions in government and consulting agencies. Masters students who successfully complete this program will be acquired with US, EU, Turkey and BiH accredited diploma. They will be exceptionally well prepared to serve as administrators, executives, diplomats, military and civil servants, policy analysts and consultants.


Public and state institutions, international organizations, non-governmental organizations, private companies, consultancy. Employment is possible locally, regionally and internationally.

Enrolling students are required to have a four-year undergraduate degree from an accredited university.

The title acquired upon successful completion of all the courses and master’s thesis defense is:

  1. Master of National and International Security


  1. American diploma
  2. U.S. accredited program
  3. New concept of education
  4. Smart classrooms
  5. AUBiH Online
  6. Live stream classes
  1. Classes in English
  2. Local and International professors
  3. Low tuitions
  4. Career-oriented studies
  5. Online textbooks
  6. Quality controlled lectures


The master’s degree program in National and International Security provides in-depth knowledge and understanding of the National and International Security environment of the 21st century. The program views security from a broad theoretical and historical perspective. It provides education and training from a multi-disciplinary perspective on issues dealing with political, historical, social, and economic causes and consequences of the threat or use of military force and other forms of violence. Masters students focus on topics including strategy, foreign policy, intelligence, security, military analysis and conflict resolution.


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