National security policy

The National Security College (NSC) is the only place in Australia where you can study for a Master of National Security Policy, a qualification specifically designed to meet the challenges faced by policy professionals active in Australia and the region.

Enquire now to find out how the Master of National Security Policy takes a uniquely analytical, multi-disciplinary approach to the study of the national security environment, providing you with a broad contextual perspective and deep understanding of the current and emerging issues facing the national security community.

As a student at the NSC, you will be an active member of that community, allowing you unparalleled access to experienced national security practitioners and Commonwealth Government experts, and exposure to the process of policy-making as it happens.

The program, with a flexible learning structure, is equally beneficial for experienced public servants working full-time, and those students seeking to launch their career in government. A Master of National Security Policy is highly-regarded by many government departments dealing with issues of national security, international organisations and NGOs.

Visit Programs and Courses for full program requirements, study options and course information.


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