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Security and Technology

Programul se desfășoară în limba engleză și se adresează absolvenților de studii universitare în regim Bologna (3 ani) sau absolvenților de studii universitare de lungă durată (4 ani sau peste).

Forma de învățământ zi, 2 ani, 120 ECTS.

În cazul locurilor nesubvenționate de la bugetul de stat, taxa de școlarizare este de 500 euro/ semestru.

An Overview

Security and Technology is an accredited master's program in the field of social sciences, more specifically in international relations, which aims to prepare experts in public policies regarding digitization and international security adapted to the current trend of evolutions in the field of technology. All the program’s graduates will acquire the skills necessary to become a well-documented link between the ICT sector and decision makers from public institution, international organizations or private companies.

At the same time, the master's program is addressed to officials from the central and local public administration, as Romania needs experts at all levels to coordinate the digitization process of public institutions and services. It should be mentioned that at this moment Romania is in the last place in the European Union in terms of digitization, and if it had concentrated since the 1990s on this aspect, now it would have had a higher GDP by up to 2.5%. Despite this fact, the ICT sector contributes to the Romanian GDP with more than 6%.

The program is conducted in English and is aimed at individuals interested in a career in public institutions in Romania and the European Union, in international organizations operating in the fields of digitalization and cyber security, or in the private sector.

-          The master’s program is aimed at university graduates in Bologna (3 years) or long-term university students (4 years or more).

-          The form of education is full-time studies, for 2 years, with 120 ECTS.

-          In the case of seats non-subsidized from the state budget, the tuition fee is 500 Euro/semester.

In order to prepare students, the master's program offers a wide range of interdisciplinary courses covering areas such as: cyber​security, society and technology, security studies, introduction to computer science, international regulations of cyber space, digital Single Market or theories of international relations.

The Master's Program Security and Technology aims to support the training of future specialists, offering a practical and integrated frameworkfor the professional insertion of the master's students. Thus, the Department of International Relations and European Integration commits to organize meetings between the students of this program and employers, as well as to ensure specialized educational traineeships in the field. 

List of courses:

Cyber Diplomacy

Prof. univ. dr. Iordan Gheorghe Bărbulescu / Expert MAE - Maria Ligor

Misinformation and security challenges

Prof. Univ. Dr. Alina Bârgăoanu

Theories in International Relations

Prof. univ. dr. Vasile Secăreș

Military technological innovation, strategic stability & arms control

Prof. univ. dr. Vasile Secăreș

Security Studies

Conf. univ. dr. Radu Ungureanu

Security Informatics

Conf. Univ. Dr. Dragoș Bărbieru

Introduction in IT

Conf. Univ. Dr. Dragoș Bărbieru

National regulation in the cyber space

Lect. univ. dr. Gabriel Micu

Cyber security: geopolitics as usual?

Lect. univ. dr. Ana-Maria Costea

International regulation in the Cyber Space

Lect. univ. dr. Ana-Maria Costea

Technology and society

Lect. univ. dr. Mihail Caradaică

Cryptocurrency and blockchain technology

Lect. univ. dr. Mihail Caradaică

Strategic Studies

Lect. univ. dr. Radu Cucută

Digital Technology Development Process

Lect. Univ. dr. Răzvan Cotovelea

EU Digital Single Market

Lect. Univ. Dr. Victor Negrescu

Intelligence in the cyber era

Conf. Univ. Dr. / Profesor asociat Iulian Chifu

Thesis writing

Conf. univ. dr. Radu Ungureanu

Practice

Conf. Univ. dr. Mihai Ovidiu Cercel

 

The admission is based on:

- Dossier (necessary documents)

- Academic essay (5 – 7 pages), in English. A certificate attesting knowledge of English is not a requirement. The admission essay is on a topic of your choice, preferably a case study from the following thematic areas

-CV (in english)

  • Cybersecurity
  • Digital Era
  • Theory of international relations
  • Security studies
  • Studies on peace and conflict
  • Geopolitics
  • Diplomacy
  • Foreign Policy Analysis
  • Global economic systems
  • International organizations
  • Intelligence / Secret services

 

If your Bachelor’s thesis pertained to one of the above-mentioned fields, you can use one of its chapters.

The essay must be drafted and presented in English at the admission’s interview.

Details regarding the online pre-enrollment procedure