The Master in Transnational Criminology is an official degree of II livello (second level) of the Pegasus University of Italy, which gives access to the doctorate due to its adaptation and reception to the Bologna plan and the European Higher Education Area (EHEA).
This criminology training seeks to prepare and title anyone who wants to delve into the world of criminology, especially in the field of transnational crime as an object of interest and study, in its challenges and trends. This official criminology master's degree, thanks to the official degree from the Pegaso University (Italy), is intended for all those who wish to obtain an official degree that gives access to the doctorate.
Curriculum of the Official Master of Transnational Criminology
Citizen Security Policies in Urban Contexts
Mass Media and Criminology
Restorative and Transitional Justice
Cybercrime in a Globalized World
Intra and International Conflict Management
Organized Crime I: International Terrorism
Organized Crime II: Drug Trafficking and Human Trafficking
Prevention and Treatment with Offenders: Positive Criminology
Challenges in Victimology: Intervention and Reparation of Victims of Crimes and Power Abuse
Research Methodology in Social Sciences
Final Master's Project
Titling of the Official Master of Transnational Criminology
Students who have access to the master's degree in Criminology with the academic degree, bachelor's degree or equivalent will receive a double degree:
1.- Official Title of the Pegasus University of Italy (Master di II Livello )
'Master's Degree in Transnational Criminology: Challenges and Trends'
2.- Own Title of Iniseg
'Master in Transnational Criminology: Challenges and Trends'
Students who have accessed without academic qualification, will receive exclusively the INISEG own degree.
Requirements to study Official Master of Transnational Criminology
The online criminology master's degree is aimed, mainly, at students and professionals of the following profile:
Students of different degrees: Law, Criminology, Political Science, Sociology, Social Work, Human Rights, Psychology, Journalism, Social Education, Pedagogy, ... and students from related areas.
Professionals who work with victims, groups at risk of social exclusion, NGO workers, State Security Forces and Corps, personnel from public and private institutions in the field of social services, the penitentiary sector, Public Administrations in matters of Justice, etc.
Sectors of interest: State security forces and bodies, NGOs, mediators, social institutions, victim assistance offices, technicians in public intermediation, rehabilitation, prison, etc.
Professional outputs of the Official Master of Transnational Criminology
Some of the professional opportunities to which the students of this official master's degree in criminology may opt are work as scholars or researchers in criminology, political scientists specialized in this field, lawyers, judges, prosecutors, NGO workers, journalists specialized in this area. , members of the State Security Forces and Bodies, members of public and private institutions in the field of social services, penitentiary, etc.