New program to be taught in English; offers multidisciplinary perspective
According to the school, the new program will examine "global crime and crime control from a critical and multi-disciplinary perspective," and will put an emphasis on "on conducting independent empirical research on issues such as transnational organised and corporate crime, environmental crime and harm, drug trafficking and drug policies, migration, international crime, and comparative penology, to name but a few."
Enrollment will be limited to around 25 students.
For more information, please visit the program website. For more information about the other LL.M. programs on offer at Utrecht, please visit their LLM GUIDE directory listing.
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