The Masters program in Technology and Security will enable its graduates to:
• Acquire training that combines theoretical understanding of insecurity with the technical abilities required for the management of security policies from a comparative perspective.
• Gain better grasp of the technological angle of security, currently a well-established factor in security management but not in training practices.
• Acquire, thanks to the multidisciplinary and practical emphasis on the program, a range of knowledge and experience about best and worst practices in a global context.
• Develop any security related task, from the technical and managerial as much as academic and specialized consulting standpoints.
• Understand, holistically, the process through which security demands are formulated and how public policy responds to them.
• Elaborate, manage and evaluate public policies relating to security.
• Efficiently develop the responsibilities of institutional or social actors in the democratic governance of security.
• Introduce a deep understanding of the security risks and potentials presented by technology into security studies.