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MA Degrees in Criminal Law, London, United Kingdom

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Birkbeck, University of London School of Law
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Security is a major contemporary preoccupation; criminal law and criminal justice are key responses. This postgraduate degree in criminal law and criminal justice offers an exciting, challenging and distinctive opportunity to undertake advanced study in these areas. Read more
Course Overview. You can choose whether to graduate with an LLM or an MA, in consultation with the Course Leader. Generally, students with a background in Law will graduate with an LLM and those with a background in Criminology will graduate with an MA. Read more
Course overview. Both academically rigorous and focused on the skills you need to pursue a career in the fields of justice and security, this MA delivers subject-specific knowledge and strong transferable skills in research, communication, analysis and creative problem-solving. Read more
Course overview. This MA delivers subject-specific knowledge in the field of global crime, and strong transferable skills in research, communication, analysis and creative problem-solving. Read more
Course Overview. This MA delivers subject-specific knowledge in the field of global crime and security, and strong transferable skills in research, communication, analysis and creative problem-solving. Read more
The Organised Crime and Global Security MA is the ideal choice if you have an interest in organised crime and security matters on a global scale. Read more
Middlesex University School of Law
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A topic of global importance since the late 1980's, 'sustainable development' refers to "development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs" (Brundtland Report, 1987). Read more

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