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Basic Undergraduate

The curriculum of the basic undergraduate studies for the degree of Undergraduate Security Manager has been prompted by the changes in the local and global security environment, the reforms in the educational system of Serbia regarding the implementation of the Bologna process, comparative international experience, and continued demands from the domestic market.

Up to now, there have been no schools for the education of managers who would be able to participate in the planning, organization, implementation, and control of enterprises which provide security services to other persons or establish and monitor security systems of private enterprises, public enterprises, banks, organizations involved in social activities, cultural institutions, etc. In EU countries and the US, Security Manager is one of the most competitive professions and today this expert profile is one of the most wanted in the labor market.

The three-year basic undergraduate studies should provide a firm basis for a specific, humanities-oriented, streamlined education which allows students to build on their specialist knowledge and skills, and later a basis for a permanent education and specialization in the field of security; they ought also to provide necessary knowledge on social conflicts, deviations, crime, international problems, security systems organization, sources, forms and causes of threats and ways of protection; furthermore, they should provide a balance between theoretical and practical knowledge, rooted in science, but oriented towards practice - a balance between acquired theoretical knowledge and developed practical abilities and skills.

Basic undergraduate studies focus on those courses which contribute to the professional skills needed for working in the fields relevant to this profile; they are organized in the form of modules, which corresponds to the intentions of the Bologna Declaration and other international documents, so that students can choose from an array of courses and tailor their studies to their preferences and professional orientation.

Basic undergraduate studies last 3 years (6 semesters - 180 ECTS credits).

 

Basic Undergraduate Studies

Security Management Studies

1st YEAR - (Semesters I and II)

 

TP

COURSES

Semester

N° of Classes

ECTS

Total

Per Week

1.

NS

Basics of Security

I

75

3+2

7

2.

AO

Introduction to Law

I

60

3+1

6

3.

AO

Introduction to Management

I

60

3+1

6

4.

NS

Applied Ethics

I

60

3+1

6

5.

NS

Conflict Theories

I

60

3+1

6

6.

SA

English Language I

I & II

90

2+1; 2+1

8

7.

SA

Defense and Protection Systems

II

60

3+1

7

8.

AO

The Political System

II

60

3+1

6

9.

NS

Security Systems

II

75

3+2

8

 

 

TOTAL:

 

600

20

60

  

2nd YEAR (Semesters III and IV)

  



TP


COURSES


Semester

N° of Classes


ECTS

Total

Per Week

1.

NS

Security Management

III

75

3+2

8

2.

SA

Optional Course 1

III

60

3+1

6

3.

AO

Social Psychology

III

60

2+2

7

4.

NS

Criminal Law

III

75

3+2

7

5.

SA

English Language II

III and IV

90

2+1; 2+1

8

5.

NS

Criminology

IV

60

3+1

6

7.

SA

Optional Course 2

IV

60

3+1

6

8.

SA

Information Security

IV

60

3+1

6

9.

SA

Optional Course 3

IV

60

3+1

6

 

 

TOTAL:

 

600

20

60

OPTIONAL COURSES

1.

SA

Human and Social Resources Management

III / IV

60

3+1

6

2.

SA

Media and Communications

III / IV

60

3+1

6

3.

SA

Civil and Military Relations

III / IV

60

3+1

6

4.

SA

Social Pathology

III / IV

60

3+1

6

5.

SA

Human Security

III / IV

60

3+1

6

6.

SA

Defense Systems

III / IV

60

3+1

6

 

3rd YEAR (Semesters V and VI)

  



TP


COURSES


Semester

N° of Classes


ECTS

Total

Per Week

1.

NS

Criminal Procedural Law

V

60

3+1

6

2.

SA

Optional Course 1

V

60

3+1

6

3.

SA

Intelligence and Security Services

V

90

4+2

7

4.

SA

Criminal Adjective Law

VI

90

3+3

7

5.

SA

Optional Course 2

V

60

3+1

6

6.

SA

Crisis Management

V

90

4+2

7

7.

NS

Terrorism and Organized Crime

VI

90

4+2

7

8.

SA

Optional Course 3

VI

60

3+1

6

9.

SA

Professional Practice

VI

-

-

3

10.

SA

Final Paper

VI

-

-

5

 

 

TOTAL:

 

600

20

60

OPTIONAL COURSES

1.

SA

Planning and Designing in Management

V or VI

60

3+1

6

2.

SA

Victimology and Penology

V or VI

60

3+1

6

3.

SA

Ecological Security

V or VI

60

3+1

6

4.

SA

Industrial Security and Protection

V or VI

60

3+1

6

5.

SA

Geopolitics and Defense

V or VI

60

3+1

6

6.

SA

Sociology of Politics

V or VI

60

3+1

6

 

 

TOTAL:

 

1800

20

180