The goal of the Defence Analysis Master's Education Program is to train qualified military and civilian personnel who will have the competence to work in leadership positions in a wide range of defense fields in the changing security environment at the national and international levels.
A graduate of the Defence Analysis Master's Educational Program is awarded the Master's academic degree in Defense Analysis as a result of studying 121 credits, which are distributed as follows: 101 credits - compulsory courses, 20 credits - elective courses. (The number of credits for the offered elective courses is 55 credits). The program includes a research component.
- 30 credits for master's thesis.