Second degree studies in the field of national security are addressed to graduates of the first degree studies of the humanities, social and natural sciences as well as officers' higher schools who want to acquire or deepen their knowledge of the broadly understood issues of national security.
- state security,
- competitive intelligence.
The studies are addressed to graduates of the first degree studies in the humanities, social and natural sciences as well as officers’ higher schools.
Description of the specialties:
A graduate of the specialty in state security will acquire extended knowledge in the field of: political, military, economic and social security; the subject and scope of national security and its threats; security and defense policies and strategies of the state, defense systems of European countries; functioning of the armed forces and security culture.
A graduate of the competitive intelligence specialty will acquire skills in obtaining and analyzing information and using it for competitive intelligence.
The University reserves the right not to open a department or specialty when the number of accepted candidates is too low.