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Programme and course syllabi for Master's Programme in Defence and Security Systems Development from autumn 21

Course Syllabi

Course syllabi for Master's Programme in Defence and Security Systems Development

Semester

Course

Semester 1

1MF013 Introduction to Engineering for Social Scientists (15 credits)PDF


Literature Introduction to Engineering for Social ScientistsPDF 


1MF001 Introduction to Engineering for Social Scientists 15 credits (19-21)PDF


1MF011 Leadership within the officers’ profession for engineers (7,5 credits) including literaturePDF


1MF012 Warfare and flexibility, from a systems science for defence and security perspective (7,5 credits) including literaturePDF


2MF005 Theory for systems science for security and defense (15 credits) including literaturePDF



Semester 2

2MF008 Methods in Systems Science for Defence and Security (15 credits) including literaturePDF


2MF002 Concept development and systems engineering (10,5 credits) including literaturePDF


2MF014 Usability and design of interactive systems (4,5 credits) PDFincluding literature



Semester 3 and 4

2MF017 Introduction to international law, war and technology (3 credits) PDF


2MF004 Strategic management of capability development andPDF
defence acquisition (7,5 credits)PDF


2MF003 Master’s thesis in Systems Science for Defence and Security (30 credits) including literaturePDF



Elective courses (examples)

2MF006 Threat and risk management (7,5 credits) including literaturePDF


2MF007 Logistics supporting defence systems (7,5 credits) including literaturePDF


2FS011 Internship for Master Programme in Systems Science for Defence and Security (15 credits)PDF


2MF010 Weapons effect and protection against weapons effect (7,5 credits)PDF


2FS010 Internship for Master Programme in Systems Science for Defence and Security- minorcourse (12 credits) PDF


2FS004 System perspectives for comprehensive national defence (4,5 credits) including literaturePDF


2MF015 Tactical and Ethical Aspects of Autonomous Systems (7,5 credits)PDF


2MF016 Cyber Operations in an antagonistic environment (7,5 credits)PDF


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