The Security Management degree programme essentially focuses on the core tasks of a security manager: assessing & planning - deciding & leading - informing & coordinating. The study contents are designed in such a way that the subject-specific modules are interlocked with core business subjects.
The tuition fees can be paid in 36 monthly instalments of 485 euros each. In addition, there is an examination fee of 300 euros for the Bachelor's thesis at the end of the programme. This fee is already included in the total cost of 17,760 euros.
Full-time students receive a SemesterTicket for public transport. The price for this is set by the HVV and is currently 177.60 euros per semester (as of winter semester 2020/21).
In the course of their studies, students have the opportunity to choose a specialisation between Corporate Security and Port and Aviation Security. The competence field of group security teaches students to analyse hazards for an internationally operating group and to develop efficient countermeasures. The port and aviation security specialisation is about learning about hazardous situations in maritime transport and aviation security and acquiring the skills to deal with them in a solution-oriented manner.
The importance of the security manager for the economic success of companies has grown steadily in recent years. The opportunities for graduates are broad and range from jobs in corporate security to managerial positions in the private security industry.
Semester abroad & internship
In the 5th semester, all students complete a compulsory internship. This practical semester can also be completed abroad if desired.
In addition, the International Office is happy to assist with the organisation of a semester abroad. NBS has a network of more than 30 partner universities around the world.
Accreditations & awards
NBS Northern Business School - University of Applied Sciences is a state-recognised university by the Hamburg Ministry of Science, Research and Equality and institutionally accredited by the German Science Council. All study programmes at NBS are also accredited by the independent accreditation agency ACQUIN and thus subject to regular, external quality control.