Total credits: 60
Places offered: 50 places
Credit fee: €39,27€ (primera matrícula); 62,79 € (segunda y sucesivas matrículas).
Teaching modality: Face-to-face
Language of instruction: Spanish
Field of study: Social and Legal Sciences
Faculty involved: Faculty of Law
Program jointly shared with: Only taught at this university.
The University Master’s Degree in Criminal Investigation and Forensic Sciences is designed to offer specialized training in the investigation of complex crime and the use and application of the main forensic techniques employed in said investigations.
An important part of the specialized training that the Master’s provides involves hands-on experiences and training, both in labs (in courses such as “Forensic criminalistics”) and on field trips, and the participation of officers from the National Police as well as professionals from a variety of fields essential to crime investigation and Forensic Science. Professors and Research groups responsible for the Masters are among the most published and acknowledged experts, both nationally and internationally, in the area of Forensic Science.
Type of subject
After successful completion of this training module, students are awarded University Master's Degree In Criminal Investigation And Forensic Science.
According to the Regulations of the University of Alicante, the following requirements must be complied with to have access to official taught Master’s degrees:
To be in possession of a Spanish official graduate degree certificate or other issued by an institution of higher education within the EHEA (European Higher Education) enables the holder to have access to Master’s degrees in the issuing.
To be in possession of an officially approved foreign higher education degree certificate that had been recognized as equal to the degree that allows access to the requested studies.
To be in possession of a university degree certificate obtained in a University or Higher Education Institution of countries outside the EHEA, without the prior approval of their studies. In this case, the following should be considered:
Non-recognized degree certificates shall require a technical report showing an equivalence statement issued by the University of Alicante (ContinUA – Continuing Education Centre), for which the corresponding fee should be paid.
Access through this way does under no circumstances imply prior official approval of the holder’s degree certificate, nor its recognition for purposes other than studying a master's degree.