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Do you want to be part of the next generation of cybercrime research and investigation experts? This MSc Cybercrime degree course will improve your technical, investigative and academic skills, pushing you to your career and study goals. Read more
Develop skills in cybersecurity to adapt to challenging situations across a global computing infrastructure. This course is focused on the fast-developing areas of networking and cybersecurity and also awards significant credit for the application of course-derived knowledge to your employer’s systems or procedures. Read more
The learning concept of. MSc Cyber Psychology of Online Communication. is characterized by a high level of relevance to evidence-based content as well as innovative teaching and learning methods. Read more
Join the fight against malicious programs and cybercrime on our Computer Science (Cyber Security) MSc. We will give you the skills you need to become a cyber security and digital forensics professional – intercepting, collecting, analysing and reporting the events in cyberspace and digital media. Read more
Are you interested in how criminal justice systems deal with the challenges of financial crime and cybercrime at an international level? This Masters in Criminology and Global Crime will help you to develop your specialist knowledge in these increasingly important areas, while enhancing crucial skills that can help you stand out to employers. . Read more
Through criminology we study the issues of crime, deviance and criminal justice that are at the heart of our society. On our MSc Criminology we’ve combined modules in academic criminology and the criminal justice system with training in qualitative and quantitative research methods. Read more
Through its teaching, research and public engagement, the UCL Department of Security and Crime Science is dedicated to responding to the changing face of crime and insecurity in the 21st century.