nl en

Security Integration Project


Admission requirements

This course is part of the minor Security, Safety and Justice, taught by a lecturer from TU Delft. The course can only be taken within the framework of participation in the minor SSJ.


The course Security Integration Project represents the culmination of the minor Security, Safety and Justice. It helps students to synthesize and integrate the knowledge they obtained from other courses. Hence, the course uses the theories, points of view, and methods which were already taught in the rest of the minor. It applies these to a current case, to test whether or not the knowledge obtained can produce practical insights as well.

Course objectives

The student is able to:

  • Synthesize SSJ knowledge and skills

  • Integrate and apply SSJ knowledge

  • Analyze a real world case on the basis of skills acquired in the other courses


Timetable 2015/2016 will be announced.


Mode of instruction

Group discussions
Participation in a game

Course Load

Total study load: 140 hours
Lectures: 21 hours
Self study: 119 hours

Assessment method

Written report.

You can find more information about assessments and the timetable exams on the website.
Details for submitting papers (deadlines) are posted on Blackboard.
On the Public Administration front page of the E-guide you will find links to the website, uSis and Blackboard.

Students will be permitted to resit an examination if they have taken the first sit and earned a mark between 3 and 5.5 or with permission of the Board of Examiners.

Resit written exam
Students that want to take part in a resit for a written exam, are required to register via uSis. Use the activity number that can be found on the ‘timetable exams’.


Lecturer uses Blackboard. Course will be available on Blackboard from 31 August 2015.

Reading list

Will be made available via Blackboard.


Check the information home page

Students register for the minor and the course in Usis: Admission, registration and enrolment

Registration for course in Usis: 35-3 days before course starts.

Use both uSis and Blackboard to register for every course.
Register for every course and workgroup via uSis. Some courses and workgroups have a limited number of participants, so register on time (before the course starts). In uSis you can access your personal schedule and view your results. Registration in uSis is possible from four weeks before the start of the course.
Also register for every course in Blackboard. Important information about the course is posted here.


Lecturer TU Delft:
Dr. M.L.C. de Bruijne
Unit: Techniek, Bestuur & Management
Department: Policy, Org Law & Gaming
Phone: +31 (0)15 27 82323
Room: b2.020 (TU Delft)