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MSc Police Science And Management

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  • Objectives
    To develop students' understanding of the application of management principles to law enforcement and criminal justice agencies; To ensure that students have an understanding of the application of Human Resource management principles to law enforcement and criminal justice agencies; To examine the treatment of disadvantaged communities and groups discriminated against, by and within, the criminal justice context; To provide an opportunity for students to develop an understanding of the application of managerial principles to the police as an organisation; To provide opportunities for students to study a range of criminal justice, management and police science subjects and to write a substantial piece of academic written work.
  • Entry requirements
    The MSc. in Police Science and Management is an interdisciplinary programme of study delivered by the Institute of Criminal Justice Studies, at the University of Portsmouth. This Higher Education award has been specifically designed for international and UK police officers, law enforcement practitioners, officials and others interested in policing, police management and the criminal justice system.
  • Academic Title
    MSc Police Science And Managementgrac
  • Course description
    The available modes of study are

    Part-time by distance learning from any location world-wide (two- or three-year study schedules)

    The programme is taught in an interdisciplinary fashion. Those studying by distance learning utilise specially designed interactive open learning packages with tutorial and online support.

    Core Units

    -Advanced Information and Study Skills (non-credit rated)
    -Managing People (15 credits)
    -Policing Diverse Communities (15 credits)
    -Managing Organisations and Resources (30 credits)
    -Research Methods and Research Management (30 credits)
    -15,000 word Dissertation (60 credits)

    + 30 credits of Optional Units

    -Offender Profiling (15 credits)
    -Victimology: Victims of Crime and Criminal Process (15 credits)
    -Transnational Organised Crime and Drugs Control (15 credits)
    -Interviewing and Testimony (15 credits)
    -Terrorism and Political Violence (online) (15 credits)
    -Youth Crime, Youth Justice (15 credits)

    Please note that all Options are subject to minimum student numbers, and may not all be available

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