40.05.01 National security Legal support

Legal support for national security (state law)

Bachelor's (5 years)
5 years

About the program

Studying the legal aspects of national security allows you to develop valuable skills and provides the foundation for your legal career. You will learn how to use the legal knowledge, for example in areas such as law enforcement and consulting.
Graduates can carry out professional activities in the following areas: law enforcement; public law activities in the interests of security. They are able to make decisions related to the implementation of the law in the field of security; apply normative legal acts in their professional activities; carry out tasks to ensure the rule of law and law and order; perform tasks in the field of information security, compliance with the secrecy regime; provide legal assistance, advice on security issues.

Learning outcomes

  • Identification of threats to the security of the individual, society and the state, their prevention
  • Ensuring the security of the individual and society
  • Assistance in protecting the rights and interests of citizens and organizations
  • Legal aspects of information protection

Career opportunities

Specialists who are able to provide comprehensive legal support for national security can realize themselves in the activities of state bodies, prosecutor's offices, notaries, lawyers, police, customs, etc.


Program academic supervisor

Teaching staff

Associate Professor, Deputy Director for Foreign Affairs: Department of Economics and Digital Business Technology
Head of the Department, Senior Researcher: Department of History and Philosophy
Associate Professor, Senior Researcher: Department of History and Philosophy

Fees and funding

159 300 ₽ *
Per year
*Part-time mode of study is also available. For the detailed information about tuition fee and the training period please contact International admission office

Entrance exams

Applicants should take the entrance exam in Russian or provide CEFR level B1, TORFL level 1 or equivalent to the Russian-taught program.

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