May 24, 2021

Master of Cyber Security Analysis and Master of Intelligence OR Master of Laws and Master of Intelligence

Hi everyone,

I’ll keep it short. I am finishing up my double degree (commerce and law) and I have done reasonably well – commerce with distinction and on track to graduating law with 1st/2nd class honours.

I like the idea of working within the intelligence community in my country and I am debating what masters option would be ideal for securing a position within intelligence agencies. At the moment, I’m not too fussed if I was an analyst or in the field or doing diplomacy work.

I really like the idea of doing master of cyber security and intelligence – lots of super interesting content; but on the other hand a masters of law & intelligence would complement my bachelors of law, but I don’t really envisage myself practicing as a lawyer – but it can be useful in occupations that don’t require specific degrees (like engineering, accounting, medical etc). I am also learning Russian to further complement my studies.

I’ll attach some links to outline the content I would be studying.

**Master of Cyber Security Analysis & Intelligence (https://courses.mq.edu.au/2020/domestic/postgraduate/master-of-cyber-security-analysis-and-master-of-intelligence/course-structure#content)

***Master of Laws & Master of Intelligence (https://courses.mq.edu.au/2020/domestic/postgraduate/master-of-intelligence-and-master-of-laws?popupshown=true)

Looking for some advice. It would be genuinely appreciated.

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