1.800,00 euro for students belonging to Police forces
– Application deadline: january 29th 2020 – Out of term applications are welcome, interested students shall write to firstname.lastname@example.org
– Start: October 16th 2020
– End of the course: September 2021
Friday from 8.30 am to 1.30 pm and from 2.30 pm to 7.30 pm
Saturday from 8.30 to 13.30
Duration: one year equal to 1.500 hours
– 360 hours of training (260 in the classroom – 100 in distance learning)
– 425 hours of internship/research project
– 540 hours individual study
– 175 hours of final thesis processing
UNIVERSITY CREDITS: 60
LOCATION: Legal-Economic Campus, via dei Caniana 2, Bergamo
TRAINING OBJECTIVES AND EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES:
The program, through a multidisciplinary approach, aims to offer solid political, legal, social and operational skills, in order to better understand the articulated dynamics of the birth, growth and development of terrorist phenomena, the causes that lead an individual to radicalization and the consequent subversive strategies implemented by different groups. The Master also aims to provide specific skills for the development of policies of de-radicalization and social inclusion, which can be implemented at national, intercultural and inter-religious level, as main instruments for combating terrorism, radicalization and violent extremism.
The Master aims to train professionals wishing to work in: local, national and international institutions, governmental organizations, media communication sectors, security sectors, companies, research centers, NGOs operating in hospitality, development and international cooperation.
Educational objectives of the Master program are the deepening of knowledge about radicalization and violent extremism phenomena, as well as about de-radicalization policies, inclusion and social integration policies, in order to make information and solutions elaborated by the sector’s specialists accessible and usable in different contexts:
The Master is also aimed at researchers, internal security state analysts, psychologists, journalists and representatives of religious communities. The course also aims to offer an opportunity for a professional update in line with the most advanced international standards, and to foster the integration between methodological and analytical tools typical of the social sciences and more strictly technological approaches.
The professional opportunities concern:
Post Graduate Office
SDM School of Management
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