University of Maastricht Law department will offer new program beginning in February 2007

University of Maastricht (Netherlands) Faculty of Law will offer a one-year master's program in Forensics, Criminology, and Administration of Justice Course beginning in February 2007. The course will be taught in Dutch and English, and is suitable for students interested in philosophy of law, legal theory, and forensic aspects of criminal law. Applications will be due in mid-October 2006.

To learn more about the program, please browse the university's website.

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