Law and Criminology at ICE
Law courses at ICE offer a variety of study for those wishing to further their professional goals, update existing knowledge, or needing an introduction to the English common law system.
Specialised programmes in criminology designed for senior police officers, members of HM Prison Service and the Probation Service and other criminal justice practitioners are offered, leading to the award of a University of Cambridge Master of Studies (MSt) degree after two years of study. The justice sector is complex and evolving, and needs senior officers and leaders who can apply up-to-date academic research to the strategic aspects of criminology, policing and prison management.
The Law Faculty
Here at ICE we run an English Legal Methods Summer School which is taught by Dr Roderick Munday, Fellow and Director of Studies in Law at Peterhouse. This international course, which began in 1948, presents the central aspects of English law for lawyers and law students from countries whose legal systems are not based on English common law. Much of the emphasis is placed on the general structure of the law and legal methods, although detailed study of substantive law is not neglected. The course attracts participants from across the globe.
The Institute of Criminology
There are two MSts led by the Institute of Criminology:
The Applied Criminology, Penology and Management programme aims to offer a high-quality course which introduces senior managers within the criminal justice system in the United Kingdon and overseas, to some of the most important theory and research in management, penology and criminology. The Applied Criminology and Police Management programme aims to enhance the capacity of senior officers to apply up-to-date academic research to the strategic aspects of crime and policing.
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|English Legal Methods Summer School||8 July 2013||Available|
|MSt in International Relations||16 September 2013||Available|