Master of Science (MSc) in Law and Regulations

Best 42 Masters of Science in Law and Regulations 2017

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The MSc, or Master of Science, is a popular Master’s degree designation. Internationally recognized, the MSc is typically awarded after about five to six years of rigorous study in what is usually a science-based field.

Master of Science Program in Law and Regulations

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Master of Science in Criminal Justice

University of North Alabama
Campus or Online Full time September 2017 USA Florence

The Master of Science in Criminal Justice (MSCJ) Program offers options for both in-class traditional and international graduate students as well as non-traditional working law enforcement professionals through it's online delivery options. In both cases, students will receive a quality educational experience based on critical thinking, analysis, and research. [+]

Masters of Science in Law and Regulations. The Master of Science in Criminal Justice (MSCJ) Program offers options for both in-class traditional and international graduate students as well as non-traditional working law enforcement professionals through it's online delivery options. In both cases, students will receive a quality educational experience based on critical thinking, analysis, and research. UNA MSCJ graduates will be well positioned for promotion to positions of greater responsibility within their organizations or new opportunities, as well as continuing advanced study at the Doctorate level and follow on teaching opportunities. Advisement Upon admission to the program, each student is assigned a faculty advisor who will provide continued supervision and guidance. Degree Program Plans Master of Science in Criminal Justice Degree: a minimum of 30 semester hours of credit, to include the following: Hours Required Core…………………………………………………….…..………………9 CJ 618, Crime in America (3) CJ 640 Methods of Research in Criminal Justice (3) CJ 650, Criminological Theory (3) CJ 698, Comprehensive Exam (0) Electives…………………………………………………………………………….……21 (A maximum of 15 hours can be taken at the 500 level. Students are not permitted to receive credit for a 500-level course if they received credit for the comparable senior-level undergraduate course. Up to six hours of electives may be taken outside the Department of Criminal Justice with prior approval from the Department of Criminal Justice). CJ 505, Criminal Investigation (3) CJ 506, Forensic Investigation (3) CJ 530, Criminal Evidence (3) CJ 534, Criminal Procedure (3) CJ 550, Theory and Crime Control (3) CJ 580, Psychological Dimensions of Criminal Justice Practice (3) CJ 591, Special Topics (3) CJ 606, Contemporary Issues in Juvenile Justice (3) CJ 610, Nature and Function of the American Judicial System (3) CJ 614, Management and Policy in Criminal Justice Organizations (3) CJ 622, Contemporary Issues in Corrections (3) CJ 630, Victimology (3) CJ 634, Advanced Criminal Procedure (3) CJ 645, Advanced Statistical Procedure (3) CJ 660, Comparative Criminal Justice (3) CJ 690, Contemporary Issues in Law Enforcement (3) CJ 699, Independent Study/Research (3) Total……………………………………………………………………………..30 hours. In the last semester in which all other course requirements are expected to be completed, the student must register for CJ 698 (Comprehensive Examination) in order to take a written comprehensive examination prior to graduation in order to complete the program. The exam will be taken on-site in the Criminal Justice Department over the course of two days. [-]

MSc Finance and Financial Law

SOAS University of London
Campus Full time Part time September 2017 United Kingdom London

This programme takes an integrated approach to finance and financial law, including risk management, regulation, mergers and acquisitions, initial public offerings, bond issues, and loans. In these fast changing subjects, the MSc Finance and Financial Law provides the specialist knowledge required in international banks and investment firms, legal practice, regulatory institutions and the academic world. The programme relates to both national and international finance, and considers how financial and legal principles are applied in the context of actual case studies. [+]

Start of programme: September intake only (a three-week pre-sessional course in September is a requirement) This programme takes an integrated approach to finance and financial law, including risk management, regulation, mergers and acquisitions, initial public offerings, bond issues, and loans. In these fast changing subjects, the MSc Finance and Financial Law provides the specialist knowledge required in international banks and investment firms, legal practice, regulatory institutions and the academic world. The programme relates to both national and international finance, and considers how financial and legal principles are applied in the context of actual case studies. Graduates from the MSc Finance and Financial Law will be well equipped for a career with a financial institution, a commercial law firm, regulator, government department or indeed in general business. Among the institutions with which our graduates are currently working are: Baronsmead Partners LLP; China Banking Regulatory Commission; Deloitte; JP Morgan Chase; Kleinwort Benson; KPMG; Merrill Lynch; Mograbi Real Estate, Israel; Rivers State Ministry of Finance, Nigeria; Telenor, Pakistan. For further details of entry requirements, duration, fees, and course structure, please visit SOAS website: https://www.soas.ac.uk/finance-and-management/programmes/mscfinfinlaw/ [-]

Master of Science in Legal Studies

Albany Law School
Campus Full time 1 - 2  September 2017 USA Albany

The law school offers a rigorous curriculum with a rich history of excellence. Master students will be joining a community of distinguished faculty, focused and determined students, and a network of accomplished alumni that can provide mentorship, internships, and potential employment. [+]

Masters of Science in Law and Regulations. The law school offers a rigorous curriculum with a rich history of excellence. Master students will be joining a community of distinguished faculty, focused and determined students, and a network of accomplished alumni that can provide mentorship, internships, and potential employment. Concentrations: Government Affairs and Advocacy Health Law & Healthcare Compliance Social Entrepreneurship Located in the heart of New York state’s capital, the law school has educated leaders since 1851. With 10,400 alumni practicing across the country, this powerful network provides a community of opportunity for its students. An affiliation agreement with University at Albany includes shared programs, and access for students and faculty to learn from one another. The law school has a proven history of launching brilliant careers throughout the Capital Region, the nation and internationally. Presidents, CEOs, financial executives, and business owners credit their Albany Law School experience for their success. For more information, please contact the Admissions Office. Tuition Thirty credits will be required to complete the M.S. in Legal Studies. The program is designed for a student to complete the M.S. degree in one year, but it is also acceptable to complete the degree in two years (24 months). Tuition is $1,000 per credit, and 30 credits are required to graduate. All students will begin with a required Introduction to Law & Legal Methods course to learn the fundamental conceptual, research and writing skills critical to law study. An approved field placement is part of the core curricula in Government Affairs & Advocacy and Social Entrepreneurship, and students in the Health Law & Healthcare Compliance concentration are encouraged to participate in a field placement experience. The Law School is seeking to obtain accreditation for the Master's program from the Middle State Commission on Higher Education. [-]

Master in Social Sciences - International Security and Law

University of Southern Denmark
Campus Full time September 2017 Denmark Odense

International conflicts have changed fundamentally over the past two decades. To understand them and to manage them requires new skills, which is why... [+]

International conflicts have changed fundamentally over the past two decades. To understand them and to manage them requires new skills, which is why we offer this new Master programme.In the old days the understanding and management of conflicts built on a fairly clear division of labor between specialists – between diplomats, soldiers, and aid experts. Conflicts could be understood according to distinct phases, moving from peace to tension over war and stabilisation to renewed peace. For each phase a particular set of specialists went to work.Today’s conflicts are multiple, complex, and volatile. They may last for more than a decade. Signs of progress are often deceptive, and outsiders involved in managing the conflict can experience war, development, and peace enforcement all in one day. It is what the military calls a three block war. To grasp it, and to help organisations prepare for it, experts must look beyond specialisations and be trained to understand and work with complex and conflict ridden environments.This Master of Social Sciences in International Security and Law will train this kind of expert. It will be experts who look to the international domain, who want to work with international issues, and who will want to help solve conflicts. The programme will provide the experts with the skills to integrate a conflict’s political, juridical, and ethical dimensions in a comprehensive assessment that identifies the drivers of the conflict and what international organisations can do about them.... [-]

MSc in Victimology and Criminal Justice

Tilburg University
Campus Full time August 2017 Netherlands Tilburg

The Master Victimology and Criminal Justice at Tilburg University is the only Master's program in Europe and one of a handful of programs worldwide, focusing on victimology. Victimology can be considered the younger sister of criminology. Its object of study is the position of victims in society. Drawing upon the insights offered by law, psychology, criminology and other social sciences... [+]

Masters of Science in Law and Regulations. MSc in Victimology and Criminal Justice The Master Victimology and Criminal Justice at Tilburg University is the only Master's program in Europe and one of a handful of programs worldwide, focusing on victimology. What is this master about? Victimology can be considered the younger sister of criminology. Its object of study is the position of victims in society. Drawing upon the insights offered by law, psychology, criminology and other social sciences, victimologists look at the consequences of becoming of victim of crime, accidents or disasters with the ultimate aim of setting people on the path of recovery and restoration. For whom is it meant Being the top-notch program in Victimology and Criminal Justice, this master is aimed at motivated students with educational backgrounds in criminology, law, psychology, sociology, anthropology and liberal arts. Why study Victimology and Criminal Justice? The Master aims at teaching students to academically analyze and professionally solve psychosocial, economic, political, and legal problems arising from victimization. It particularly focuses on the victim within the context of the criminal justice system. Students can expect to acquire the necessary intellectual knowledge and skills to tackle victimological or related challenges in either a academic research or professional setting. With a growing need for employees with an academic background in victimology in international and national, governmental and non-governmental organizations in the field of criminal justice, health care, disaster relieve, human rights, etc. graduates of this program have a wide range of employment opportunities. The master also offers an excellent preparation for those who want to pursue a Ph D. Curriculum The curriculum of the one-year Master in Victimology and Criminal Justice consists of 60 ECTS. Five compulsory courses must be completed along with two elective courses. All compulsory and elective courses comprise 6 ECTS. A Master's thesis of 18 ECTS must be written on a topic within victimology and/or criminal justice. A presentation on and defence of the thesis are part of the final examination. Preparatory courses Two preparatory courses are available for students to bridge the disciplinary gaps in their educational backgrounds. These courses take place in August, before the start of the academic year. Students with law or liberal arts backgrounds are required to take the course Introduction to Research Methodologies in Social Sciences. Students with a background in psychology, sociology, anthropology or criminology are required to take the course Introduction to law. These courses are compulsory unless students are able to demonstrate a proficiency in both law and the social sciences. Senior and junior staff from INTERVICT who have social sciences or legal backgrounds are also available to tutor any students finding these areas of the program challenging. Students from different disciplinary backgrounds are encouraged to work together throughout the program on group assignments and when preparing for exams to share mutually complementary knowledge. Career Perspective Victim-related issues are of increasing interest within academia, policy-making, and the public and the private sectors at both the national and international levels. Graduates of the Master in Victimology and Criminal Justice are in high demand by institutions and organizations dealing with victims of crime and/or human rights violations, such as: ministries local governments victim support or assistance bodies national, European and international public or private institutions dealing with victims of crime and/or human rights violations Furthermore, with the growing importance of victims' rights in criminal justice systems, graduates of this Master's program can expect to embark on a rewarding career in victim-related services within judiciaries. [-]

MSc Programme in Maritime Affairs

World Maritime University
Campus Full time 14  September 2017 Sweden Malmö

The World Maritime University MSc in Maritime Affairs programme is designed to respond directly to the real needs of the maritime industry, both today and in planning for the future. [+]

MSc Program in Maritime Affairs

World Maritime University

 

The World Maritime University (WMU) was established by the UN’s International Maritime Organization in 1983 and is IMO’s apex institution for postgraduate education and research in the maritime field.  This means WMU is uniquely placed to offer insight and understanding of IMO’s conventions, operations and policies, as well as personal contact with its international experts.

The WMU MSc offers both an overview of the complex, inter-related maritime field, as well as the opportunity to specialise in one of four areas:  Maritime Safety & Environmental Administration, Shipping & Port Management, Maritime Law & Policy or Maritime Education & Training.... [-]


Master in International Crimes and Criminology (MSc)

Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
Campus Full time September 2017 Netherlands Amsterdam

The unique Master’s programme in International Crimes and Criminology teaches a small group of approximately 25 students the necessary intellectual skills to... [+]

Master in International Crimes and Criminology (MSc)

 

The unique Master’s programme in International Crimes and Criminology teaches a small group of approximately 25 students the necessary intellectual skills to take this approach and trains them how to apply the knowledge and expertise to real-world situations.

 

 

The programme in a nutshell

International Crimes and Criminology is a one-year, full time programme. It is taught fully in English. The programme deals with international crimes in a broad framework. The focus is on the role of individuals, groups, states and the international community. You will gain insight into the psychology of perpetrators, get acquainted with criminological theories on organisational processes and discuss political issues in the international arena. Subjects like torture, rape and genocide are discussed during class. This can be emotionally demanding, but our ultimate aim is to take a scientific approach to these topics in order to draft measures which might help prevent these types of crimes in the future.You learn to analyse what makes people torture (etiology), are trained how to measure and investigate these crimes (prevalence) and challenged to critically reflect on modes of transitional justice (reaction). You do so by discussing important concepts of international criminal law and applying criminological, sociological and psychological theories to international crimes.The programme trains students to become both academics and professionals. After finishing the programma, you will be able to objectively assess empirical data and critically comment on theoretical notions on the one hand, and draft policies, develop preventive strategies and do field work on the other.... [-]


MSc Law and Environmental Science

The University of Nottingham - Faculty of Social Sciences
Campus Full time Part time 1 - 2  September 2017 United Kingdom Nottingham + 1 more

This programme is offered in collaboration with the School of Geography and the School of Biosciences, exploring the relationship between scientific knowledge and law in the field of environmental protection. [+]

MSc Law and Environmental Science Modules offered by the School of Law are designed to give a wider understanding of international law perspectives on environmental problems that frequently can only be addressed through regional or international regulation. Treaty regimes explored include those relating to acid deposition, climate change, ozone layer depletion, nuclear contamination and freshwater pollution. In addition, an insight will be given to the various treaty regimes that seek to address the continuing pressures on the world's biodiversity. The scientific element of the programme is designed to provide a background in biological and/or physical sciences, and also an understanding of relevant mathematical and computer science to aid a quantitative understanding of environmental issues. Key facts The School of Law was ranked 41st best law school in the world by the QS World Rankings by Subject 2016 The school enjoys professional relationships with international institutions, leading UK law firms, private industry and consultancies, and non-governmental organisations We have a dedicated Legal Skills Advisor who delivers workshops and one-to-one sessions on issues such as time management, how to answer a problem question, how to research and reference, and how to choose a dissertation topic Course details The taught component of the course is worth 120 credits and will be taken over two semesters. You will then undertake a 60-credit dissertation over the summer period. Module options You will undertake three compulsory modules to ensure you have the necessary grounding in both law and science. The compulsory module for law is General Themes and Principles of International Environmental Law, with the science modules, Foundations of Environmental Management and Syndicate Exercise, being offered by the Schools of Geography and Biosciences respectively. You will then be able to select modules offered by all three contributing schools, to meet your specific areas of both scientific and legal interests. Teaching methods include lectures, seminar discussions, student presentations and practical sessions, depending upon the precise range of options selected. Similarly, your modular assessments will range from a mixture of assessed essays, reports and written examinations. Modules Core General Themes and Principles of International Environmental Law Foundations of Environmental Management Syndicate Exercise Qualifying module options Law Biodiversity and International Law Environmental Law Supplement International Law of the Sea International Law of Transboundary Pollution International Law of Treaties Law, Development and the International Community Rights, Humans and Other Animals Politics and International Relations Justice Beyond Borders: Theories of International and Intergenerational Justice Geography Contaminated Land Site Investigation and Risk Assessment Environmental Management in Practice Environment, Space and Society Project Management and Environmental Legislation Biosciences Applied Bioethics 1: Animals, Biotechnology and Society Applied Bioethics 2: Sustainable Food Production, Biotechnology and the Environment Environmental Pollutants: Fate, Impact and Remediation Plants and the Light Environment Plants and the Soil Environment The modules we offer are inspired by the research interests of our staff and as a result may change for reasons of, for example, research developments or legislation changes. This list is an example of typical modules we offer, not a definitive list. Careers Our postgraduate students move into an extraordinarily wide range of careers. Many graduates either go into the legal profession or return to their previous legal careers with their experience and prospects enhanced by their experiences on the course. A large number also work with NGOs, or return to their countries with the relevant skills to help add to the future development of that country. A selection of graduates progress onto our PhD programme each year, in order to progress their academic career. These students often choose to stay at The University of Nottingham beyond their doctorate, with a number of our current academics having completed both the LLM or Masters and PhD programmes with us before becoming members of staff. Average starting salary and career progression In 2015, 93% of postgraduates in the School of Law who were available for employment had secured work or further study within six months of graduation. The average starting salary was £27,031 with the highest being £40,800.* * Known destinations of full-time home higher degree postgraduates 2014/15. Salaries are calculated based on those in full-time paid employment within the UK. Career prospects and employability The acquisition of a masters degree demonstrates a high level of knowledge in a specific field. Whether you are using it to enhance your employability, as preparation for further academic research or as a means of vocational training, you may benefit from careers advice as to how you can use your new found skills to their full potential. Our Careers and Employability Service will help you do this, working with you to explore your options and inviting you to attend recruitment events where you can meet potential employers, as well as suggesting further development opportunities, such as relevant work experience placements and skills workshops. Entry requirements 2.1 (or international equivalent) in law or a physical, environmental or biological science IELTS 7.0 (with no less than 7.0 in writing, 6.5 in reading and 6.0 in speaking and listening) If these grades are not met, English preparatory courses are available [-]

International Master of Social Sciences in Comparative Social Policy (IMCSP)

Lingnan University
Campus Full time August 2017 Hong Kong Tuen Mun

We are excited to introduce this unique new master’s program that offers an applied international and comparative focus to the study of social policy, development, policy analysis and governance. [+]

Masters of Science in Law and Regulations. Lingnan University in collaboration with University of York, UK International Master of Social Sciences in Comparative Social Policy (IMCSP) We are excited to introduce this unique new master’s program that offers an applied international and comparative focus to the study of social policy, development, policy analysis and governance. The IMCSP is truly ‘international’ in its outlook: Delivered by international experts in comparative social policy, development, policy analysis and governance: Based in the Department of Sociology and Social Policy (SOCSP) at Lingnan University, Asia-Pacific Institute for Ageing Studies and Comparative Policy (APIAS) and Division of Graduate Studies at Lingnan University. International study pathway to visit the Department of Social Policy and Social Work, University of York for one term: The Department was ranked Third in the UK for research excellence and equal First in research impact (REF 2014). According to the National Survey of Student Satisfaction, Social Policy at York is rated highly, with 97% student satisfaction. International guest speakers and site visits organized with our partners: East Asia Social Policy Research Network, Centre for Research in Comparative and Global Social Policy, Asia Pacific Higher Education Research Partnership, Inter-University Research Consortium for Higher Education. International research workshops and seminar series with leading scholars in comparative development and social policy. International student body and multi-cultural residential university campus enabling fruitful discussions and interaction. Scholarships equivalent to full or half of the total program tuition fee are offered to outstanding local and international applicants. Applicants who receive admission offers will be automatically considered eligible to compete for the IMCSP Scholarship. Aims and objectives The IMCSP aims to: Provide students with a solid theoretical background and international and comparative perspectives to engage in the analysis of social policy, development, policy analysis and governance issues; Nurture students by enabling them to contribute to local, regional and global communities through engagement in research and academic dialogue; Upon successful completion of the IMCSP, students will be able to: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of key theories and frameworks used in the international and comparative analysis of social policy, development, policy analysis and governance; Analyze local, regional and global policy issues with focus on four main areas: (1) Ageing, Families and Social Policy; (2) Education and Youth Transition; (3) Health, Wellbeing and Social Care; (4) Welfare Regimes and Governance; Design and execute their own research, and develop evaluations and recommendations accordingly; Develop links with leading international scholars, practitioners, and students for the study and research of social policy, development, policy analysis and governance issues in international and comparative perspective. Mode and Duration The IMCSP is a credit-based taught masters program. Students graduate upon the completion of 30 credits, including five core, three experiential courses and one comparative social policy research project. The normal duration for the programme is one year full-time. Teaching of the core courses normally starts in late August and will be held between Monday to Friday on Lingnan's Tuen Mun Campus. Experiential courses will encourage students to actively participate in an international conference setting, to engage in field observations and field visits to relevant government offices, political parties, research and policy institutes, NGOs and other economic and social organizations. Students will also benefit from special lectures and class discussions, professional visits and cultural tours organized in collaboration with social policy departments in leading universities in Greater China and East Asia. Upon completing of all coursework, students work full-time on an individually-supervised comparative social policy research project resulting in a final report of normally up to 10,000 words. Entry Requirements The IMCSP is primarily designed for graduates from social policy, international development, politics, sociology or other social sciences disciplines and professionals whose work is directly related to social policy formulation, execution and analysis. Graduates and professionals from other backgrounds and who seek to develop their social policy analysis, communication and research skills in a unique international and comparative teaching and learning environment are also encouraged to apply. Applicants whose degree is not from a tertiary institution in Hong Kong or an English-speaking country should normally obtain a minimum score of 550 (paper based test) or 213 (computer-based test) or 79 (Internet-based test) in the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) or a band score of 6.5 or above in the International English Language Testing System (IELTS). Tuition Fee The tuition fee for the Academic Year 2017-18 is HK$120,000. An application fee of HK$350 is payable (non-refundable and non-referable). Students on the international pathway to visit the Department of Social Policy and Social Work, University of York will be asked to pay for all expenses for the visit and receive tuition fee waivers for two courses offered at Lingnan University. Apply Now For the current year intake, application closes on April 30th, 2017. Late application may be considered on case-by-case-basis. Detailed information about this course is available through the IMCSP website: http://www.ln.edu.hk/imcsp Telephone: (852) 2616 7425 Email: wy2li@LN.edu.hk [-]

MSc European Governance

Utrecht University
Campus Full time September 2017 Netherlands Utrecht

The Master’s programme in European Governance explores pressing concerns facing Europe today: [+]

The Master’s programme in European Governance explores pressing concerns facing Europe today: How can we regulate financial markets in crisis? How can we make the transition to a green economy and sustainable forms of energy? Will reforms to welfare states foster economic growth, and if so, how do we approach these reforms? What are the emerging patterns of intelligence sharing and law enforcement within the context of cross-border policing? Are European countries becoming more similar and homogenous because of the EU? Does the EU unify us as equals or undermine democracy? These are amongst the most important questions facing Europe today. Each issue involves activities at the local, national, and European level, and each requires insight into the fields of economics, law, and public administration. The interdisciplinary Master’s programme in European Governance will equip you with the knowledge and skills to answer these questions and to formulate appropriate responses to the challenges they pose. Our programme prepares you to deal with and work within the framework of European governance – both in Brussels and at home. Study and live in two different European locations The Master in European Governance is a unique double-degree programme offered in partnership with Masaryk University (Brno, Czech Republic) and the University of Konstanz (Germany). As a student in this programme, you will study and live in two different European locations. This will allow you to experience European governance from two different perspectives in the context of a unique personal experience. Double degree Successful graduates will receive two Master diplomas, one from each university, specifying that the degree was completed in cooperation between the universities. The two Master diplomas are equivalent to the Master’s degree in countries of the three partner universities as follows: Brno (Czech Republic): Magistr/ Magistra (Mgr), Konstanz (Germany): Master of Arts (Ma) and Utrecht (The Netherlands): Master of Science (MSc). PROGRAMME OBJECTIVE You will develop the skills to analyse complex problems of European governance from multiple perspectives, including economics, law, political science, and public administration. You will also learn to apply abstract knowledge and theory to real-life problems through case studies, simulations, and policy-oriented research projects. The challenging course content will train you to use academic knowledge to analyse and solve complex problems in different contexts and from different perspectives. This skill set opens up a wide range of job opportunities in local, regional, and national governments, EU institutions, other European organisations, non-profit and for-profit organisations, and consultancy firms that deal with issues of European governance. [-]

MSc Psychology: Psychology and Law

Maastricht University, Faculty of Psychology and Neuroscience
Campus Full time September 2017 Netherlands Maastricht

In the master’s specialisation Psychology and Law, you’ll learn how to apply principles from cognitive and – to a lesser extent – clinical psychology to issues in the legal system. Questions that are typical for Psychology and Law are: ‘How reliable are eyewitness testimonies?’ and ‘Do serious criminals have brain dysfunctions that make them permanently dangerous to society?’. Psychologists with a background in Psychology and Law ask questions that have direct relevance to the legal arena and conduct research to address these questions. [+]

Master of Science (MSc) Psychology - Specialisation in Psychology and Law

How reliable are eyewitness testimonies? Which tests can you use to detect malingers? And how do you predict the risk of recidivism? You'll explore topics like this in the specialisation in Psychology and Law. This programme, the only one of its kind in the Netherlands, Belgium and Germany, includes courses on topics such as lie detection, eyewitness testimonies, interrogation techniques and false confessions. By combining theory with practical skills, you’ll be equipped with all the training you need to pursue a career in police investigation units, juvenile offenders’ institutions, child protective services and high-security forensic facilities.>... [-]


Master of Science in Leadership European Economic Law

Academy of Leadership Sciences Switzerland
Campus or Online Part time February 2017 Switzerland Zurich

The Master of Science in Leadership European Economic Law (MSLEEL) at ALSS is a leadership graduate program of study designed to develop skills for effective leadership in European economic law in a rapidly changing, global economic marketplace. [+]

The Master of Science in Leadership European Economic Law (MSLEEL) at ALSS is a leadership graduate program of study designed to develop skills for effective leadership in European economic law in a rapidly changing, global economic marketplace. Effective leadership is essential to the success of any endeavor in both the public and private sectors. Business and economic institutions need valuable leaders, who have a deep knowledge concerning economical legal issues and are able to support the institutions towards accomplishing their goals and objectives. In this context, MSLEEL students will have the opportunity to gain the most recent knowledge from the leadership and European economic law, incorporated in this program, and become more aware of their own strengths, attitudes, and behaviors, and the effects they have on others as leaders. The MSLEEL program also provides individuals currently in or seeking leadership positions with the conceptual and analytical skills necessary for successful leadership in European economic law. This program reflects our commitment to promoting community and business service, personal growth, conducting research and evidence based training opportunities for students.... [-]


MSc International Relations, Law & Security

University of Strathclyde: Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
Campus Full time Part time 1 - 2  September 2017 United Kingdom Glasgow + 1 more

This MSc/LLM in International Relations, Security & Law introduces and familiarises students with contemporary issues relating to the course topics, examining them through legal and political viewpoints. [+]

Masters of Science in Law and Regulations. Why this course? Internationally and domestically, security, broadly defined, is among the most pressing concerns facing states. Adding to the complexity is the increasingly broad definition of 'security' as new challenges emerge – for example in relation to climate change – while 'traditional' ones – such as terrorism – are reconstructed, along with the heightened interdependencies between states and within their critical infrastructures. This MSc/LLM in International Relations, Security & Law introduces and familiarises students with contemporary issues relating to the course topics, examining them through legal and political viewpoints. The interdisciplinary approach of the course sets it apart from other MSc courses on international security and LLM courses on domestic and international security law as does its broad conception of ‘security’, which encompasses both ‘traditional’ concerns and more novel threats. You'll study This is a one-year full-time or two-years part-time course built around the core module of Contemporary Security Challenges & Responses in the first semester. Students are also required to take a research design module in either law or politics, depending on the degree they seek. The remaining modules come from a wide range of options in both the politics and law departments with students required to take at least one option in each department. Entry requirements First or upper second-class Honours degree, or international equivalent, in social sciences/law subjects or substantial professional experience. English language requirements You're required to have a suitable minimum level of competency in the English language if your first language is not English or if you have not been educated wholly or mainly in the medium of English. For postgraduate studies, the University of Strathclyde requires a minimum overall score of IELTS 6.5 (no individual test score below 6.0) or equivalent. Tests are valid for two years. Pre-sessional courses in English are available. If you’re a national of an English speaking country recognised by UK Visa and Immigrations (please check most up-to-date list on the Home Office website) or you have successfully completed an academic qualification (at least equivalent to a UK bachelor's degree) in any of these countries, then you do not need to present any additional evidence. If you are from a country not recognised as an English speaking country by the United Kingdom Vis and Immigration (UKVI), please check our English requirements before making your application. How much will my course cost? All fees quoted are for full-time courses and per academic year unless stated otherwise. Scotland/EU 2016/17 - £6,300 - full time 2016/17 - £3,150 - part time Rest of UK 2016/17 - £6,300 - full time 2016/17 - £3,150 - part time International 2016/17 - £13,000 [-]

MSc Environmental Engineering and Protection

Poznan University of Life Sciences
Campus Full time October 2017 Poland Poznań

This course is suitable for students interested in both technical problems and life sciences. [+]

MSc Environmental Engineering at the Faculty of Land Reclamation and Environmental Engineering Award: Master of Science This course is suitable for students interested in both technical problems and life sciences. This is a practice-related higher education course learning how to integrate environmental knowledge and technical measures to reduce the negative impact of human activity on environment. The program focuses on rural areas, but also includes a wide range of problems in industrial and urban landscape. Course overview The Environmental Engineering and Protection studies delivers a comprehensive training in rational management of natural resources but also in forecasting, assessing, preventing and restoring the effects of human impact on the environment. Studies are interdisciplinary, related to ecological and environmental principles integrated with engineering solutions and involving of most recent and advanced technologies. A graduate has knowledge how reduce the negative impact of human activity using biological and technical measures. The program of this course focuses particularly on the rural environment, but also includes a wide range of problems in industrial and urban landscape. The study program includes issues related to the theoretical and practical aspects of protection and environmental engineering, which is divided into seven subject groups. [-]

MSc in Business for Lawyers

ALBA Graduate Business School
Campus 16  September 2017 Greece Athens

Clients are in need of lawyers who understand their business. The ALBA MSc in Business for Lawyers Program is the only academic qualification that prepares lawyers to confront complex problems [+]

MSc in Business for Lawyers

 

Clients are in need of lawyers who understand their business. The ALBA MSc in Business for Lawyers Program is the only academic qualification that prepares lawyers to confront complex problems in the corporate environment and financial markets.

 

The Program enables legal professionals to gain a solid theoretical understanding as well as a practical approach to economic and financial issues related to the day-to day operations of a business firm.  The Program provides a unique learning experience that promotes collaboration and leadership competencies in an interdisciplinary curriculum.

 

 

The ALBA MSc in Business for Lawyers is designed for legal professionals who:... [-]