Master of Law in Criminal Law


The Masters of Criminal Law is usually offered as a very specific programme. For instance, universities may offer programmes in law, related to economic offences, international criminal law, human rights infringements or war crimes. It is merely the international forms of criminal law that are popular among many postgraduate aspirants.

Globalization processes and an increased mobility facilitate organised crime and institutions, such as Interpol have been created to protect world society. It is the perpetual actuality of the topic that attracts so many students. With a one to two years lasting Masters programme you will get, after completion, the academic title of Master of Law.

Career perspectives with this Master

Your professional prospects as an alumni of a Masters degree in Criminal Law do not stop at being a lawyer. Experts in Criminal Law take up tasks in business consultancy firms, human rights associations, the judicial branch in general or politics.