|Studiegidsnummer:||TU Delft: SPM6400|
|Periode:||Semester 1, Blok II|
- Geen Keuzevak
- Geen Contractonderwijs
- Geen Exchange
- Geen Study Abroad
- Geen Avondonderwijs
- Geen A-la-Carte en Aanschuifonderwijs
- Geen Honours Class
The knowledge students have obtained during previous courses within the SSJ minor is varied and diverse. This course integrates and applies he different theories, approaches, and methods from SSJ.
The Integration course at the end of the Minor is designed to help students to synthesize SSJ knowledge and skills. In addition The course is designed to assess the student’s ability to integrate and apply knowledge on SSA and to test their ability to apply SSJ skills effectively, within the context of a real world case.
The Integration course at the end of the Minor is designed to help students to synthesize SSA knowledge and skills. In addition, the course is designed to assess the student’s ability to integrate and apply knowledge on SSA and to test their ability to apply SSA skills effectively, within the context of a real world case.
Dr. M.L.C. de Bruijne E: M.L.C.deBruijne@tudelft.nl
• Group discussions
• Participation in a SSA game (‘Secure Haven’)
Students are assessed by:
• written assignment
• lecture participation
Students should write a paper in groups about a security related topic that would allow them to make use of what they have been previously taught about tools, methodologies etc.
We have selected a number of security cases based upon presence of data about the cases that would allow students to use as a potential topic. However students are able to bring their own cases to the teachers
Docent maakt gebruik van Blackboard. Deze cursus is in Blackboard beschikbaar vanaf uiterlijk maandag 3 september aanstaande.
Alleen mogelijk voor de gehele minor SSJ ,via USIS
Het (voorlopig) rooster staat op de eerste pagina van de e-Gids.
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|Security, Safety & Justice||Minor||1||II|