2.1 Honours degree or non-UK equivalent (e.g. a GPA of 3.0 or above) in a relevant social science or humanities subject.
International students with academic qualifications below those required should contact our partner institution, Glasgow International College, who offer a range of pre-Masters courses.
Months of entry
This programme considers pressing contemporary global issues from a criminological perspective, including organised crime, trafficking, terrorism and environmental crime.
- You will gain access to a wide range of potential careers and further academic pathways related to understanding international crime and developing strategies and policy for its prevention.
- You will benefit from the combined strengths of staff from the University's Scottish Centre for Crime & Justice Research. The breadth and diversity of expertise represented within the teaching team is a key strength of the programme.
- There will be a number of guest lectures, presentations and seminars throughout, with high-calibre speakers from the UK and abroad.
- You will have the opportunity to link up with a criminal justice organisation for your dissertation work.
You will take four core and two optional courses, as well as submit a dissertation.
- Criminological perspectives on security and globalisation
- Criminological theory in context
- Research design
- The global criminal economy.
Optional courses may include
- Antiquities trafficking
- Crime, media and popular culture
- Gender, crime and criminal Justice
- Punishment and in/justice
- Rehabilitation and desistance from crime.
You will be well equipped for careers in public, private and third sector agencies concerned with crime prevention policy and strategy, especially with international and cross-border agencies.
Information for international students
Fees and funding
Please consult the list of scholarship opportunities available.
Qualification and course duration
Further details of qualification
This Masters in Transnational Crime, Justice & Security considers pressing contemporary global issues from a criminological perspective, including organised crime, trafficking, terrorism and environmental crime.
Course contact details
- Alistair Fraser