The Graduate Diploma and Master of Arts in Strategy and Security is a leading national degree program in international security, strategic policy and international affairs, with a focus on the Asia-Pacific.
This program focuses on both traditional and
cutting-edge conflict and security agendas that shape the work of policy professionals, and national security and Defence personnel. Students will learn about the global security context, contemporary strategy and legal and moral issues relating to international violence.
The program is taught by leading international scholars and national security experts and past and present students include security and foreign affairs officials, business-people, journalists, and military officers from Australia and the region.
Courses are offered by Distance. Options are available for research projects and combination with the Masters of Philosophy (MPhil).
Applications and Information
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48 UOC, full time 1 year, part time equivalent
One of the following qualifications in the same or related discipline from a recognised institution:
- four-year pass degree or Honours degree, or
- three-year pass degree with a major in a related field of study plus relevant full time work experience, or
- a graduate diploma, or qualifications considered equivalent by UNSW or minimum three years of relevant experience.
Graduate Diploma (5855)
36 UOC, full time 1 year, part time equivalent
Three-year degree or graduate certificate in the same or related discipline from a recognised institution or qualifications considered equivalent.
Students undertaking the Master of Arts in Strategy and Security are required to take 8 courses (48UoC) in any combination from course options as set out below.
Courses are offered by Distance.