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  1. Recognize the specifics and abstractions of national security/intelligence: theories, principles, methodology, structure, organizations, categories, trends, classifications and conventions
  2. Evaluate the 21st century global security environment, including various and diverse transnational threats and how they impact/interact not only with the international community, but also with individual regions and states
  3. Differentiate between broad-based, generalized, thematic specializations (International Relations) and highly-defined, specific, area studies/cultural specializations (Comparative Politics)
  4. Apply critical thinking and interpretive-analytical problem-solving skills to threat assessment and potential threat resolutions: know the difference between policy and analysis and evaluate the efficacy of various policy proposals
  5. Be knowledgeable about quantitative and qualitative methods and able to apply them in research
  6. Recognize important moral dimensions of scientific issues and apply ethical frameworks to these challenges


  1. Students will be able to identify and describe the main security problems in the world
  2. Students will be able to recognize the importance of human security and to examine its impact on national and international security
  3. Students will be able to define religious, ideological and cultural considerations; ethnic and national origin and economic conditions in rationalizing and explaining criminal behavior
  4. Students will be able to demonstrate the value of comparative approaches in the evaluation of international political relations
  5. Students will learn how to develop an independent and original approach to conflicts, legal regulations and international relations that affect safety

After successful completion of the program, National and International Security, students receive a diploma accredited in the US, EU, Turkey and Bosnia and Herzegovina. Then they are ready for a career in the organizations involved in analysis, management and conflict resolution. These can be government institutions, private organizations, but also organizations that focus solely on analysis and that are involved in all dimensions of conflict resolution around the world.


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 high school diploma or an international baccalaureate diploma.

The title earned upon successful completion of program is:

  1. Bachelor 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 undergraduate degree program in National and International Security deals with issues of security of states and their borders from different aspects. During the study program, students examine the judicial systems that are used for the preservation of peace and protection in the interests of the rights and freedom of others. A very important segment in the study of international security is processing the themes of political security and terrorism, but also social phenomena such as xenophobia and racism that, if disturbed, lead to the destabilization of political security. The degree is intended for people who have an interest in international relations from the aspect of security and defense.


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