MSc-PgDip-PgCert Intelligence and Forensics Management

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  • Entry requirements
    Entry requirements Typically a 2.1 honours degree or above in a relevant area such as • forensic science • forensic engineering • legal studies • security • intelligence. We may consider you without a degree if you have at least one years relevant work experience in a legal or intelligence environment. You should also have highly developed interpersonal, logical and problem solving skills and a confident manner. International students require a spoken and written English language proficiency equivalent to IELTS 7.0.
  • Academic title
    MSc/PgDip/PgCert Intelligence and Forensics Management
  • Course description
    There is a growing need for the police and the security services to understand offending patterns.

    This course provides students with the data driven skills essential for crime prevention and investigation in today’s security conscious climate.

    It is suitable for people working in areas such as the • police • armed forces • intelligence professions • security services • legal profession.

    The course is also for those looking for a career as a police officer, a crime scene investigator or an intelligence analyst.

    Expert speakers help deliver the course and introduce the theory, skills, tools and techniques needed for a career in managing forensic intelligence.

    The core areas you study include
    • applying knowledge management
    • data quality and monitoring
    • applied forensic technology
    • ethics
    • the strategic thinking and implications for organisation management

    This course develops the philosophy, ethics and logic of forensic analysis. You learn to expose, explore and exploit the opportunities offered by the systematic analysis of forensic data to make cross-discipline and cross-offence matches

    Associated careers

    Career routes exist in • the police force • the armed forces • counter terrorism • the legal profession • government agencies such as immigration control, the intelligence services and the security services.

    Course content

    Core modules
    • advanced learning and study skills • forensic science and the process of investigation and proof • forensic intelligence

    • information security concepts and principles • advanced investigatory techniques • forensic accounting • information knowledge dynamics in organisations

    • research principles and practice • dissertation

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