Bachelor’s studies in the field of military sciences, information and public order last 3 years (180 ECTS credits) and are fully funded. At the completion of studies, the graduates receive a bachelor’s degree, accompanied by a diploma supplement, which is released under the law, in accordance with the specific national and international quality standards for higher education.
After the completion of studies, the graduates are employed by the Romanian Intelligence Service as analysts or operations officers. The graduates may also enroll in Master’s programmes at ANIMV: those with the specialization Psychology-Information enroll in “Intelligence for National Security Decision” Master’s Degree and those with the specialization Security Studies and Information enroll in the “Integrated Analysis of Intelligence” Master’s Degree.
The analysts monitor the global developments in order to understand tendencies, decode causal relationships, and anticipate foreseeable evolution. By becoming the keeper of what we know and what we don’t know, you could have the role of shaping the collection of information activities or conveying assessments on important national security issues to the legal beneficiaries, such as the Romanian President or Prime Minister.
The operations officers collect information, which is then included in enhanced knowledge products or is used in building complex operations. The operations officers play the role of assessors of the operative situation, coordinate and recruit intelligence agents.
By using joint teams – analysts and operations officers, the Romanian Intelligence Service prevents the materialization of risks and neutralizes the threats to national security.
Faculty of Intelligence Studies
Specialization Security Studies and Information
In this specialization students learn concepts, theory and basic methods of security studies and how to apply them in their future intelligence activity. The curriculum follows the development of the necessary skills for activities such as collecting, analyzing, processing, and exploiting national security information in the context of the national and international security environment.
The graduates of this specialization are enrolled in the Romanian Intelligence Service as analysts.
|Logic and Argumentation Theory (Critical Thinking)||Information Security Management|
|Introduction to Security Issues||Geopolitics and Globalization|
|Intelligence Agencies History||Intelligence Activity Legal Framework|
|Introduction to Intelligence||Human Behaviour Optimization Techniques|
|The Philosophy of Culture and the Theory of Values||Intelligence and Economic Security|
|Social Cognition||General Management|
|Foreign Language I (English/ French/ Russian)||Strategic Influence Operations|
|Physical Education||Applied Informatics in the Intelligence Activity|
|Anthropology||Critical Infrastructures Protection|
|Fundamentals of Law Applicable in the Field of National Security||Subjects pertaining to Intelligence Officers Training|
Faculty of Information
In this specialization, students acquire knowledge and specific skills in the field of psychology. The theoretical subjects substantiate the appropriate use of the intelligence activity concepts and basic methods, while the applied knowledge develops practical competencies, such as networking, motivation and interpersonal communication, social influencing, psychological assessment of the individual and the group.
Graduates of this specialization are enrolled in the Romanian Intelligence Service as operations officers.
|The Fundamentals of Psychology||Personality Psychology|
|Intelligence Activity Legal Framework||Intelligence Activity Legal Framework|
|Security Institutions||Human Behavior Optimization Techniques|
|Introduction to Intelligence and Economic Security||Intelligence and Economic Security|
|Foreign Language I (English/ French/ Russian)||Psychological Assessment and Psycho-Diagnosis|
|Physical Education||General Management|
|Fundamentals of Law Applicable in the Field of National Security||Critical Infrastructures Protection|
|Psychological Research Methodology||Subjects pertaining to Intelligence Officers Training|