Part time Master's Degree in Criminal Procedure

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A masters is the first level of graduate coursework and can be obtained after you receive a bachelor’s degree. Earning a masters usually requires two years of full-time study, which amounts to 36 to 54 semester credits.

 

Criminal procedure is related to constitutional law. It typically examines the rules of governing procedures used to investigate, prosecute and judge crimes by law enforcement and authorities. Courses may focus on the Fourth and Fifth Amendments to the U.S. Constitution.

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International Master's Degree in Criminology International Master's Degree in Criminal Investigation - Double Degree (Diplomas certified by a European Notary)

ESNECA
Campus Part time 600 hours Open Enrollment Spain Spain Online

This course is aimed at entrepreneurs, managers, entrepreneurs, workers, and anyone who intends to acquire the managerial and technical knowledge necessary for an excellent management of criminal investigation. [+]

Recipients

This course is aimed at entrepreneurs, managers, entrepreneurs, workers, and anyone who intends to acquire the managerial and technical knowledge necessary for an excellent management of criminal investigation.

Modality

The modality of the Master's degree is On-Line and Tutoring

Once enrolled, the student will receive the access codes in less than 24 working hours.Our team of teachers and tutors will contact the student within a maximum of 48 hours after enrollment to guide the student, accompany him / her at the beginning and throughout the course, and answer any questions or questions that may arise.Duration

The duration of the course is 600 hours.

AmountOriginal Amount: $ 2976Current Amount: $ 744... [-]