About the course
The course is totally focused on the crime and its justification. The aim of course is to develop skills to be used in various aspects of criminal justification and security.
The course can be attended online as well as offline. It also includes training to learn about research methods, statistics, analysis and evaluations.
The eligibility for this course in India is Graduation degree in related field from some recognized institute. The minimum required marks and specialization mar vary from institute to institute.
For universities outside India, candidates do not require and language proficiency test to qualify. The admissions are easy and available with flexible duration.
The duration is 2 years for full time course. Candidates may take longer duration if selecting it as a part time course. The course includes sub courses and can be qualified separately with some time difference. The maximum tame a candidate can have is 6 years for this course.
Further study options
Candidates can go for related short courses like lab related courses. Being a post graduation degree, there is no need to pursue any other professional course.
The successful completion of this course give opportunities to work to have career in crime related fields. Candidates can work was public service, Private firms and volunteer sector.
Other fields like criminal justice organizations, prison services, justice services, etc. are also open for such candidates.
The course includes teaching about Criminal Justice Processes, Globalization and Crime, Advanced Racism and Ethnicity Studies and Contemporary Criminological Theory and Approaches.
It also include dissertation, which is nothing but a training period to be conducted in a professional firm.
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