Master's Degree in Criminology in Europe

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Criminology

A masters refers to the completion of a graduate study program that prepares students to further their knowledge of a specific subject or advance their careers. The majority of masters are granted by state or public universities.

The topic of criminology is made up of many different focus areas related to law, justice and other social systems. Students who pursue this program may choose to study sex crime, terrorism, migration and transnationalism, capitalism and social justice, public policy or youth crime.

There are more than four thousand higher education organizations in Europe, from leading research institutions to small, teaching-focused universities. Europe itself is not as much different than other continents, reaching from the Arctic Circle to the coast of Africa.

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MRes Conflict, Security and Justice

University of Exeter
Campus Full time Part time 1 - 2 years September 2017 United Kingdom Exeter + 1 more

This interdisciplinary programme examines the latest critical thinking and the key issues surrounding the field of security studies; exploring new ways to develop better strategies for resolving conflicts and securing social justice. [+]

Masters in Criminology in Europe 2017. This interdisciplinary programme examines the latest critical thinking and the key issues surrounding the field of security studies; exploring new ways to develop better strategies for resolving conflicts and securing social justice. It recognises that traditional approaches to this subject must now be complemented with new perspectives on issues such as human (in)security, domestic security and violence. Units contributing to this programme will draw on sociological and socio-legal research on topics that include: human rights, gender, violence and ethnopolitics; area studies’ expertise on language, culture and practice; and political and legal research on sovereignty, institutions and intervention and how these fields affect elements of security, conflict and justice. The MRes in Security, Conflict and Justice will equip you with interdisciplinary skills which will have an impact on the research, policy and practice needed to avoid and mitigate security risks. The programme is designed to provide research training for students who will progress to a PhD and for those who want to pursue careers with a significant research element. This programme has been accredited by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) as part of the South West Doctoral Training Centre. The Programme Director is Dr Andrew Schaap. Learning and teaching With the exception of the dissertation, each module on this programme is normally taught through academic lectures expanded through seminar discussion, presentations, group work, reading and essay assignments. Work on formulating a dissertation topic begins early in the academic year and you will have an individual supervisor for your dissertation. Tuition fees per year 2016/17 UK/EU: £6,900 full-time; £3,450 part-time International: £15,950 full-time [-]

Master Degree in Crime, Difference and Inequality

University of Minho - Institute of Social Sciences
Campus Full time 4 semesters October 2017 Portugal Braga

The Master Degree in Crime, Difference and Inequality offers a training program oriented to the development of specific knowledge and skills for understanding and acting in social challenging environments, related to crime, unequal access to resources, citizenship diversity constitution, structuring processes of social exclusion and cultural differences in several domains (as social, economic, political and educational). [+]

Academic degree: Master ECTS: 120 Duration: 4 curricular semesters Regime: Others Place: Gualtar Campus, Braga Main Scientific area: Sociology The Master Degree in Crime, Difference and Inequality offers a training program oriented to the development of specific knowledge and skills for understanding and acting in social challenging environments, related to crime, unequal access to resources, citizenship diversity constitution, structuring processes of social exclusion and cultural differences in several domains (as social, economic, political and educational). The program looks to provide students a learning atmosphere based on an integrated and interdisciplinary perspective, harvesting concepts of the area of Sociology, Anthropology, Psychology and Law. In the first year, the course presents a curricular component aimed at developing fundamental theoretical and methodological skills. In the second year, application learning contexts are created by developing operative projects on which will be based the dissertation. [-]

Master of Chemistry in Environmental Forensics

Örebro University
Campus Full time 1 - 2 years August 2017 Sweden Örebro

Master of Chemistry in Environmental Forensics offers an exciting education using active learning and providing practical experience in close cooperation with the industry and environmental researchers. [+]

Masters in Criminology in Europe 2017. Master of Chemistry in Environmental Forensics offers an exciting education using active learning and providing practical experience in close cooperation with the industry and environmental researchers. Environmental forensics is the systematic and scientific evaluation using various disciplines for the purpose of developing defensible scientific and legal conclusions regarding the source, age and history of chemical pollutants released into the environment. You, together with industry and leading researchers, have the opportunity to develop the knowledge needed for you to contribute to a future resilient society. The education offers insight in several disciplines including analytical and environmental analysis in order to characterize the source and amount of chemical pollutants in the environment as well as describing their history. In order to facilitate a broad understanding of the specialities involved in Environmental Forensics, the curriculum will include a wide-range of multidisciplinary expertise within natural sciences such as environmental science, isotope chemistry, environmental sampling, advanced statistics, and transportation modelling. To ensure that the students gain practical field experience, real-life cases are provided in collaboration with the industry. The education use problem-based learning (PBL) to encourage active learning and to develop problem solving abilities. These skills will be used to identify sources and history of environmental pollution. The program is a two-year programme but can be finished after one year resulting in a 60 credit Master of Science degree in Chemistry. Year one deals with distribution of environmental pollutions, environmental toxicology, forensic analytical methods and environmental agreements. Year two includes advanced statistical methods, research methodology and project management. Both alternatives ends with a project work in a research group and/or with industry. Specific entry requirements A first-cycle qualification comprising at least 180 credits of which at least 90 credits are for specialised study in the main field of study chemistry. The applicant must also have qualifications corresponding to the course "English 6" or "English B" from the Swedish Upper Secondary School. Qualifications (degree awarded) Degree of Master of Arts/Science [60 credits] Degree of Master of Arts/Science [120 credits] Career Chemists with focus on environmental forensics are sought for in business, industries, research and governments. The education makes you eligible for high-end work in analytical chemistry, environmental chemistry, food safety and work in connection to environmental law and consulting. The Masters' degree qualifies for Ph D studies for a possible academic career in advanced analytical chemistry. Additional information The application period is open between October 16th 2015 - January 15th, 2016. [-]

MRes in Criminological Research

University of Stirling
Campus Full time Part time 12 - 30 months January 2017 United Kingdom Stirling + 1 more

The course is suitable for applicants who see their future career in research, research management and commissioning or using research. Graduates are well equipped with the necessary competencies and knowledge to forge successful careers in the public, private and third sectors. With newly obtained skills in critical thinking, research methodologies, and analytical and communications skills.‌ [+]

The course is suitable for applicants who see their future career in research, research management and commissioning or using research. Graduates are well equipped with the necessary competencies and knowledge to forge successful careers in the public, private and third sectors. With newly obtained skills in critical thinking, research methodologies, and analytical and communications skills.‌ Recognition The course has been recognised by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) as meeting its requirements for postgraduate research training. Accreditation The course is recognised as research training by the ESRC for those who are studying or going on to study for a PhD (+3), and is also recognised by the ESRC for Master’s Course plus Research Studentship (1+3) purposes. MRes or MSc? Uniquely, we offer you the opportunity to graduate with an MRes or MSc Students undertaking the Master of Science or Master of Research follow the exact same pathways. The choice of award is designed to give students freedom in determining what outcome will suit their future aspirations. MSc Applied Social Research (Criminology) The Master of Science is the ideal preparation for social research and evaluation in criminal justice and criminology and will suit those who wish to pursue a career in academia and wish to use the MSc as a precursor to completing a PhD. MRes Criminological Research The Masters of Research is best suited for applicants who see their future career in research, research management and commissioning or using research. Course objectives The MRes Criminological Research provides training in the methods and approaches used in criminological research. The objectives are to: Provide you with the skills and knowledge base required to collect, analyse and report qualitative and quantitative data, taking account of ethics, reliability and validity Enable you to examine critically the theoretical foundations that underpin criminological and socio-legal research Enable you to examine issues concerning comparative criminological and socio-legal research Develop your understanding of the relationship between criminological research and policy, and the meanings of evaluation, its terminology, practice and use What makes us different? Entry requirements Academic requirements A minimum of a second class Honours degree (2.1 preferred) or equivalent in a relevant subject. Applicants without these formal qualifications but with significant appropriate/relevant work/life experience are encouraged to apply. English language requirements If English is not your first language you must have one of the following qualifications as evidence of your English language skills: IELTS: 6.5 with 6.0 minimum in each skill Cambridge Certificate of Proficiency in English (CPE): Grade C Cambridge Certificate of Advanced English (CAE): Grade B Pearson Test of English (Academic): 60 with 56 in each component IBT TOEFL: 90 with no subtest less than 20 If you don’t meet the required score you may be able to register for one of our pre-sessional English courses. To register you must hold a conditional offer for your course and have an IELTS score 0.5 or 1.0 below the required standard. Delivery and assessment Teaching methods are designed for each module to facilitate your acquisition of skills and progressive development. You are expected to participate in lectures, seminars, tutorials, computer-based workshops and group work. Full-time and part-time MRes/Diploma students experience a range of different forms of assessment across the compulsory taught modules. These include essays, critical review essays, book reviews, research proposals, a computer lab-based assessment for quantitative data analysis and the research dissertation. There are no examinations. Students are responsible for proposing their own substantive research topic. The course Director and other academic staff will offer guidance on the feasibility of the project and methodologies used within it. A Supervisor is appointed for each dissertation and this member of staff will be able to lend support and their expert knowledge throughout the writing process. Career opportunities Our graduates are well equipped with the necessary competencies and knowledge to forge successful careers in the public, private and third sectors. With newly obtained skills in critical thinking, research methodologies, and analytical and communications skills, Stirling Criminology graduates are attractive to employers from a range of sectors. Recent graduates have gone on to pursue careers across the criminal justice system, joining organisations such as the Civil Service, the Crown Prosecution Service, Police Scotland and other services throughout the UK. Other graduates have steered their career towards academia, research management or gone on to do further study, such as the Applied Social Research (Doctorate) or PhD. Industry connections ‌‌‌The course is supported by staff from both the Scottish Centre for Crime and Justice Research (SCCJR) and Law. SCCJR hosts regular, state-of-the-art events to which students are invited. The Scottish Centre for Crime and Justice Research is a collaboration of several Scottish universities. It aims to produce excellent research and to develop excellent researchers so as to better the development of policy, practice and public debate about crime and justice. Though based in Scotland and determined to analyse and address crime and justice in Scotland, our work is international both in its influences and in its influence. We work for, with and through fellow academics, policymakers, practitioners and others involved with justice all over the world, believing that Scottish criminology and Scottish criminal justice has much to learn from and much to teach others. There are also strong links with the applied crime and criminal justice sector, including Police Scotland and the Scottish Prison Service. [-]

CRIMINAL SCIENCE

Danubius University
Campus Full time Romania Galați

The mission of this program is didactic (providing education) and of scientific research, implying, on the one hand, forwarding specialized knowledge in the field of criminal science, and on the other, training the students in the research activity. [+]

Masters in Criminology in Europe 2017. The mission of this program is didactic (providing education) and of scientific research, implying, on the one hand, forwarding specialized knowledge in the field of criminal science, and on the other, training the students in the research activity. This program’s specific aims are: - Presenting the new criminal Code and the new Code of criminal procedure; - Presenting the role of the Constitutional Court in judging the exceptions of unconstitutionality in criminal matters, as well as the role of the European Court of Human Rights in these matters; - Analysing doctrine opinions tied to the recent legislative changes in the field; - Presenting legal regulations in the field of criminal science, with special reference to aspects regarding corruption, organized crime, money laundering, drug abuse, tax evasion, crimes in the field of informatics, etc.; - The comparative analysis of the main criminal and criminal procedure institutions that can be found in the regulations of the European countries; - The analysis of legal practices in the sphere of criminal law and criminal procedure law, in accordance with the existing solutions in this field in the European Union countries; - The capitalization of the graduate learning experience in and outside the country. Some of the subjects studied within this program are: 1. In depth special part Criminal law 2. Forensics: modern investigation procedures and techniques 3. European jurisdictional system of protecting the human rights 4. Executive criminal law 5. Criminal procedure law institutions 6. Institutions involved in fighting international crimes 7. Business criminal law 8. Individualising criminal law sanctions Students graduating this master’s degree have the following carrier options: - Expert in preventing and fighting corruption, - Forensics expert, - Researcher in the field of legal science, - Research assistant in the field of legal science, - Customs liaison, - Judge, - Prosecutor, - Lawyer. Admission is based on the documents sent in by the candidates, taking into account the undergraduate grade average. [-]

PhD, MPhil, MA(R) Criminology

University of Kent, School of Social Policy, Sociology and Social Research
Campus Full time Part time 1 - 2 years September 2017 United Kingdom Canterbury + 1 more

As a graduate student in criminology, you will have the opportunity to take part in the bi-annual Common Study Programme in Critical Criminology with students from Erasmus University, Rotterdam; the Universities of Barcelona [+]

Criminology has a long and distinguished tradition at Kent with its research base in the Crime, Control and Culture Cluster and the Kent Crime and Justice Centre. Research - Criminology MA(R), MPhil, PhD. - The Doctorate in Cultural and Global Criminology. The common study programme in critical criminology As a graduate student in criminology, you will have the opportunity to take part in the bi-annual Common Study Programme in Critical Criminology with students from Erasmus University, Rotterdam; the Universities of Barcelona; Bologna; Ghent; Hamburg; Middlesex; Porto; Utrecht; ELTE, Budapest; the Democritus University of Thrace; the University of the Peloponnese, Corinth; CUNY Graduate Centre, New York. The Common Study sessions are hosted by each of the participating institutions in turn. They are student-led and provide a wonderful opportunity to meet and exchange ideas with an international group sharing a common interest in critical criminology. Students have the opportunity to take a diploma by dissertation. The School is also home to Kent Criminal Justice Centre (KCJC), which is a collaboration of senior researchers at the University of Kent, based in SSPSSR, the Personal Social Services Research Unit and the Kent Law School. The core members have a multidisciplinary background, which includes sociology, economics, law and statistics, and expertise in sophisticated quantitative techniques, economic modelling and qualitative methods. KCJC has a national and international reputation for interdisciplinary research in the field of criminology and criminal justice. During recent years, the Centre has responded to a high level demand from the Home Office for evaluative research that incorporates cost-effectiveness, while still ensuring responsiveness to local and regional needs and opportunities. [-]

MA Criminology with a semester abroad

University of Kent, School of Social Policy, Sociology and Social Research
Campus Full time 1 year September 2017 United Kingdom Canterbury

Based in the SSPSSR, Canterbury Campus, and lasting one year, the MA in Criminology with a Semester Abroad is offered to full-time students. Students may either choose to study a semester abroad in the spring term or during the [+]

Masters in Criminology in Europe 2017. Based in the SSPSSR, Canterbury Campus, and lasting one year, the MA in Criminology with a Semester Abroad is offered to full-time students. Students may either choose to study a semester abroad in the spring term or during the summer vacation period. When the partnership with the university abroad allows, it is intended that students will receive a Student Mobility grant as part-contribution to the costs of the semester abroad. The amount of the grant will depend on the allocation of funds in the Erasmus Lifelong Learning programme. The programme enables mobility to a partner university in another country and thus gives the opportunity to take a new perspective on criminology and criminal justice policy in a different learning environment. It also provides the experience of a different way of life, enhancing the appreciation of diversity and intercultural dialogue, promoting personal development, and building the skills, flexibility and outlook for both organised and independent mobility in future training, education and employment. As well as cultivating a flexible, international and critical criminological outlook, such mobility develops a set of skills increasingly valued by employers in a globalising world. The programme Based in the SSPSSR, Canterbury Campus and lasting one year, the programme is offered to full-time students only. Study on the programme is divided into a number of modules and a dissertation. The programme is comprised of a total of 180 Kent credits (120 credits from taught modules and a 60 credit dissertation). This is equivalent to 90 ECTS credits (60 credits from taught modules and a 30 credit dissertation) Students will be required to take three compulsory modules (including the dissertation module), and will also choose four additional modules or equivalent from a range of options. [-]

MA Criminology

University of Kent, School of Social Policy, Sociology and Social Research
Campus Full time 1 - 2 years September 2017 United Kingdom Canterbury

The University of Kent is proud to offer a competitive and engaging MA in Criminology that combines a core programme of criminological theory and research methods with a series of exciting optional modules encompassing [+]

The University of Kent is proud to offer a competitive and engaging MA in Criminology that combines a core programme of criminological theory and research methods with a series of exciting optional modules encompassing the topical criminological issues of the day. While the increasing popularity of Criminology as a subject discipline has seen an expansion of MA programmes in this area, there are many reasons to choose to study at Kent. - Study takes place within the School of Social Policy, Sociology and Social Research (SSPSSR), a department with an extremely strong research culture that was rated equal fourth in the national 2008 Research and Assessment exercise. - The Masters was founded by the world-famous Criminologist, Professor Jock Young. - The course is taught by internationally recognised team of academics and researchers. - The content of the programme remains at the cutting edge of current Criminological debate with a strong emphasis on the cultural context of crime. - Kent students are offered the unique opportunity to add an international dimension to their criminological study by participating in the Common Studies Sessions in Critical Criminology. This event provides students and staff the opportunity to exchange ideas and deliver papers on topics relating to critical, cultural and international criminology at a bi-annual conference run in collaboration with Kent University’s international criminology partners from universities in The Netherlands, the United States, Germany, Portugal, Belgium, and Greece. - We also offer an MA in Criminology with a Semester Aboard at one of our partner universities in the above countries. - For those interested in continuing their postgraduate study, SSPSSR has a strong reputation for continued study towards a criminology doctorate. Students may embark upon their studies over either a one year full time programme or a two year part time programme. At the heart of the MA Criminology are two core courses dealing with advanced criminological theory and advanced research methods. These are complemented by the opportunity to pursue either a research or library-based Criminological dissertation. Finally, students are free to choose from a wide range of optional modules, including: Cultural Criminology; Young People, Crime and Place; Terrorism and Modern Society; Prisons and Penal Policy; The Sociology of Violence; Critical and Global Criminology; Drugs, Culture and Control; Penology; and Policing. [-]

Master Degree Program Forensic Sciences And Engineering

Brandenburgische Technische Universität - Cottbus - Senftenberg
Campus Full time October 2017 Germany Cottbus Senftenberg

Forensic is the science of physical evidence in criminal proceedings. The Brandenburg University of Technology Cottbus (BTU) offers from winter semester 2011/2012 for a fee, service training course "Forensic Sciences and Engineering" at. The program is offered in German language. [+]

Masters in Criminology in Europe 2017. In the police there are few forensic experts who provide their scientific knowledge courts in criminal proceedings are available. Moreover, few forensic experts work outside the police, although there is a considerable need: in the insurance industry, banks and generally in major business enterprises. In addition, the communication between experts and lawyers gesteltet often difficult. This phenomenon often has an impact on the effectiveness of the judiciary and leads to injustice and waning confidence of citizens / -Innen in the judiciary. Consequently, there is an increasing need for lawyers with forensic knowledge and expert forensic skills in the areas of criminal law, criminal and civil law. Forensic is the science of physical evidence in criminal proceedings. The Brandenburg University of Technology Cottbus (BTU) offers from winter semester 2011/2012 for a fee, part-time Further education course "Forensic Sciences and Engineering" to. The program is offered in German language. Be provided to the participants / -Innen very high demands. It requires special expertise and a significant responsibility to the scientific knowledge developed. Despite clear evidence of the courts of the material evidence has enormous significance in a trial. It must be remembered that a forensic report can be decide for the rest of a person's life. The program is aimed at enthusiasts with a professional qualified academic degree: judges, defense lawyers, prosecutors and reviewers, staff / makers from authorities who come in their daily work with forensic investigations in touch, such as police, fire service, customs, civil protection, etc. Furthermore, the program for the insurance industry, banks, and especially for assessors and experts of interest, which is already an expert opinion for courts, authorities and private parties are active and want to expand their knowledge in the field of forensic science fundamentally. Finally, the course aimed at lawyers, in-depth knowledge of forensic investigations and methods for their work as a defense lawyer / will attain -in. Who can be admitted for the course "Forensic Sciences"? It is in the course of a master program for postgraduate students. Therefore, the approval is possible for graduates who can demonstrate knowledge a first professional degree from one of the below mentioned areas with at least 240 ECTS credit points and good English. Statements from the following disciplines are generally accepted as an admission requirement: Natural sciences and related disciplines Engineering Sciences / Engineering Pharmacy Jurisprudence Political Science Social Studies Psychology Medicine Applicants with other first professional degree than those mentioned above may be approved in each case. The decision as to admission is the EUROFOS- study committee. [-]

Master in Criminology & Detective

International University of Struga
Campus Full time 3 semesters Macedonia

Enthusiasm and desire to contribute to the development of Higher Education were the only motive we lead to the right formation of Euro College - Struga. The first steps began with the academic sincerity, the way we chose is more difficult but we intend to insist [+]

Master in Criminology & Detective

Enthusiasm and desire to contribute to the development of Higher Education were the only motive we lead to the right formation of Euro College - Struga. The first steps began with the academic sincerity, the way we chose is more difficult but we intend to insist more and build a Higher Educational institution who would be in step with the world, an institution which will provide learning with such a quality framework and will provide input in the development of labor-research teaching. Motivated by the support of many foreign institutions and the country, continues to make safer steps without distinction by all the difficulties because we have a clear vision and mission. Support from the British University , "Kensington College of Business," by renowned New grade group, the research center European Business Competence License (EBCL), British Business Group, whose task is understanding the specific industrial standards. We also had great significance to support the "American Heritage University" and College of London - "London City College". We would have loved to express great thanks to all ambassadors, prominent faces and institutions who visited our campus and supported us in our work. In academic 2007/2008 year we started as Euro College with three faculties, and in 2008 by the Ministry of Education and Science in the Republic of Macedonia won accreditation for two new institutes, the Institute of Politics and European Studies, International Institute for Economic Development and Ecological Management, which was the reason for the change of the name in the "International University of Struga.... [-]


Master's Degree In Criminology: Crime And Victimology

VIU Valencian International University
Online Part time 1 year April 2017 Spain Valencia

You will learn the knowledge and skills needed to manage in the study, intervention and crime prevention both at the individual and social, as well as research methodologies and other aspects of criminal justice and acting with victims and offenders. [+]

Masters in Criminology in Europe 2017. Master in Criminology: Crime and Victimology You will learn the knowledge and skills needed to manage in the study, intervention and crime prevention both at the individual and social, as well as research methodologies and other aspects of criminal justice and acting with victims and offenders. GOALS The objective of this master is to train professionals from a multidisciplinary and specialized perspective able to understand the different aspects related to the criminal act, using different techniques and instruments for intervention with offenders and victims, as well as learn strategies for prevention crime. Career prospects The different areas of performance in Criminology comprise both public and private sectors. Some of the career opportunities are: Administration of Justice Crime prevention units Offices of Assistance to victims Perito Criminologist Juvenile reception centers and shelters Advisory programs against drug addiction, violence, etc. Teaching and / or research Competencies General Competencies CG.1.- Apply acquired knowledge to solve problems independently criminology. CG.2.- Teaming and apply the methods provided by the sciences studied from an interdisciplinary perspective. CG.3.- Select the information necessary for the development of strategies for proper advice in the relevant areas. CG.4.- know the different areas of crime and develop, from a holistic perspective, the various crime trends. Develop strategies CG.5.- research, both qualitative and quantitative. CG.6.- critically analyze the criminal phenomenon from an interdisciplinary perspective, enlisting the help of all sciences: biological, psychological, legal and social environment. CG.7.- Develop oral and written communication skills, enabling you to convey your message to both specialist and general public audience. CG.8.- develop the capacity to adapt to new situations and to generate new ideas. Specific skills CE.1.- apply the theories and concepts of criminology in observation, analysis, detection and crime prevention. CE.2.- identify the determinants of crime and predisposing factors, and the circumstances in both the aggressor and the victim. CE.3.- Identify prevention methods and their applications in solving problems. Knowing CE.4.- criminological victimology and problems arising in various areas: judicial cooperation in general and specific (in smaller, family, gender and domestic violence, authorities etc.), prisons, public and private security. CE.5.- identify risk factors and protection on the victim. CE.6.- Develop, analyze and interpret criminological reports. Analyze CE.7.- prevention programs and treatment for offenders, in order to determine its effectiveness. CE.8.- know and analyze the techniques of scientific research and its application police. CE.9.- analyze the new criminal manifestations and context: corruption offenses, new technologies, capital and financial crimes, crime of sectarian origin, groups and organized gangs infringement and juvenile delinquency, domestic violence and gender crimes sexual, abuse and exploitation trafficking and transnational crime. CE.10.- identify factors that should be analyzed in the development of a criminological report on the analysis of the testimony. CE.11.- Learning to use the terminology of psychological type and / or forensic psychiatric and hospital admissions classifications of mental disorders (ICD-10 and DSM V) Knowing CE.12.- techniques applied scientific research that police for the reconstruction of the facts and the most advanced techniques of analysis and interpretation of analytical results. CE.13.- apply the theories and concepts of criminology in the explanation and prediction of victimology. CE.14.- public policies Assess Safety and Prevention and Control of Crime and Treatment. Understanding the phenomenon CE.15.- prison, specifically in relation to the alternative sanctions to imprisonment and security measures. Admission requirements In the event that demand exceeds the supply of places, the Academic Committee of the degree examine the resumes of the candidates in order to decide whether it is relevant or not to grant the right of registration, according to the profiles of income and previous education requirements established. For such a case, the Commission shall establish a ranked list of merits of the candidates according to the following criteria: Academic record (50%) Professional experience (10%) additional training (30%) Knowledge of languages ​​other than the mother tongue (10%) will have preference in qualifying English over other languages [-]