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  International Criminal Justice and Intelligence

University of Portsmouth    School of Criminology and Criminal Justice

Full time & Part time September, January MSc 1 year full-time (September intake), 16 months full-time (January intake), 2 years part-time
Politics & Government (30) Sociology (33)

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Unleash your potential in the field of International Criminal Justice and Intelligence with our MSc programme. Dive into a comprehensive curriculum that offers a global perspective on crime control, justice models, and intelligence analysis. Gain expertise in international criminal law, human rights, and the operations of international justice systems. Explore diverse topics such as economic crime, offender behavior, and wildlife crime investigation. Our distinguished faculty of international criminal justice specialists and industry experts will guide you through cutting-edge research and practical applications. Benefit from our state-of-the-art lab equipment and research groups focused on criminology. With flexible study options, including part-time and distance learning, this programme caters to your needs. Join us to enhance your career prospects in roles with international policing and justice organizations, or pursue higher-level positions in the criminal justice sector. Take the first step towards a rewarding and impactful career with our MSc in International Criminal Justice and Intelligence.

About the course


Get the expertise you need in criminal justice and intelligence from an international perspective on this MSc International Criminal Justice and Intelligence degree. Study your way, with full-time or part-time options on campus, or part-time by distance learning.

You'll view crime control from a global stance, assessing models of justice and philosophies of punishment from around the world. With a focus on the development of international criminal law and human rights, you'll evaluate the workings of international courts and tribunals, the operation of the UN, and regional and national structures of international justice.

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Entry Requirements

A minimum of a second-class honours degree in a relevant subject (Social Science, Humanities, Law, Psychology, or Management subject). Information Technology or science related subjects will be considered on a case-by-case basis. Applicants with equivalent professional experience in a relevant organisation will also be considered on a case-by-case basis.

English language proficiency at a minimum of IELTS band 6.5 with no component score below 6.0.

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