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Criminology and Police Science
... looks into questions such as ...
- How can we handle certain phenomena of criminality?
- What is the current situation of police research?
- How can theoretical findings be made applicable in practice?
- Which relevant criminology issues are currently being discussed?
- How can I conduct my own research and publish the results?
The daily challenge of approaching current topics from a scientific point of view is what I enjoy most.“
Andreas Schwinkendorf, Master's degree read more ...
Everybody was invited to contribute their practical experience in a creative manner, which resulted in very interesting lectures.“
Sina Wolf , Master's degree read more ...
The student group provides highly valuable insights thanks to its diverse make-up regarding the participants' professional background and experience.“
Simon Kirsch, Master's degree read more ...
It is crucial to maintain a high level of discipline right from the start.“
Stefanie Keller, M.A. read more ...
Criminology and Police Science, Master 1 subject
What's it all about?
This degree programme is unique, because ...
it closes a gap in the German educational system, contributing to securing qualification and quality. It focuses on integrating hands-on experience and teaching methodological and discipline-related skills.
It provides the opportunity to specialise in the following fields
- Applied police science
- Criminology, criminalistics and prevention
- Juvenile crime law and sociology
- Criminal law principles
Who is suited?
Those who wish to enrol in this degree programme,
a (technical) university degree, at least one year work experience in a relevant profession
academic discourse of subjects related to criminology and police science
... struggle through:
new challenges, working and studying simultaneously
This degree programme is suited for graduates in the following subjects
- Political science and economics
- Social sciences
- Police science
- and law enforcement
Graduates from this degree programme frequently work
- in the civil service (police, prison service etc.)
- in the fields of (public and private) social services (including judiciary social services)
- in the educational sector and in schools
- in the field of justice (probationary service and courts of law)
|Degree:||Master of Criminal Justice, Governance and Police Science|
|Master of Criminology and Police Science|
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