Human Security is a unique Master’s degree programme and the first of its kind in Europe. The programme is the result of a collaboration between the School of Culture and Society and the Faculty of Science and Technology. The teachers instructing the Human Security programme are from various departments and backgrounds, and are supported by visiting lecturers from around the globe. During two years (120 ECTS credits) of interdisciplinary studies, you as a student learn about different approaches to human security and achieve a deeper understanding of conflicts and ecosystems around the world. You learn how to analyse and intervene in settings comprised of complex and interwoven social, environmental, economic and political factors. Alongside, you develop the ability to carry out an informed and critical analytical assessment of human and environmental safety by combining scientific theories with real-life experiences.
The programme is active on social media, where we encourage you to find more information and become inspired by former and current students. Take a look at our Programme community site, our Facebookpage and our LinkedIn group.
A completed Bachelor’s degree with a minimum of 90 ECTS points of study within social science or environment-related studies is required for admission to the Master’s degree programme in human security.
The following Bachelor’s degrees are sufficient for admission to the Master’s degree programme in human security:
- Bachelor’s degree in biology (Aarhus University (AU). University of Southern Denmark (SDU), Aalborg University (AAU), University of Copenhagen (KU))
- Bachelor’s degree in geography (AAU, KU)
- Bachelor’s degree in agriculture, food and environment (AU)
- Bachelor’s degree in anthropology (AU, KU)
- Bachelor’s degree in political science (AU, KU, SDU)
- Bachelor’s degree in sociology (AAU, KU)
- Bachelor’s degree in sociology and cultural analysis (SDU)
- Bachelor’s degree in town, energy and environmental planning (AAU)
- Bachelor’s degree in environmental and resource management (SDU)
- Bachelor’s degree in natural resources (KU)
- Bachelor’s degree in food science (KU)
- Bachelor’s degree in agricultural economics (KU)
Other qualifications can provide admission to the Master’s degree programme, provided the university assesses that their level, extent and content correspond to the degrees mentioned above.
The Master’s degree programme in human security is taught in English and therefore requires applicants to have passed English at ‘B’ level or equivalent.
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