The Master of International Security is a multidisciplinary course of study drawing on international relations, strategic studies, political science, religion, area studies, political and human geography, and military history.
You can pursue your own interests by taking a subject specialisation in terrorism, border and biosecurity, intelligence or defence.
Full details can be viewed in the regulations.
A relevant bachelor's degree with a grade average of at least B- plus a minimum of two years of full time professional experience.
A completed Postgraduate Certificate in International Security, with at least a B- grade average.
A completed postgraduate Diploma in International Security, with at least a B- Grade average.
be able to demonstrate scholarly work in conjunction with extensive relevant professional experience and standing in leadership, managerial and planning positions in government or non-government security agencies appropriate for admission with equivalent status.
What documents do you need to supply to support your application?
For general entry requirements see Massey University entry requirements.