This MSc introduces students to the fundamental knowledge, expertise and evidence-driven methodological tools required to understand, analyse, prevent, disrupt and detect organised crime and terrorism
To find out core information about this degree, such as entry requirements, programme length and cost, visit the UCL prospectus site.
Module information is available via the links below (pdf). You will take all core modules and choose three optional modules.
- Designing and doing research (SECU0027)
- Foundations of security and crime science (SECU0031)
- Perspectives on organised crime (SECU0032)
- Perspectives on terrorism (SECU0035)
- Quantitative methods (SECU0028)
- Security and crime science dissertation (SECU0045)
- Crime mapping and spatial analysis (SECU0022)
- Cybercrime (SECU0043)
- Horizon scanning and the changing nature of crime (SECU0056)
- Intelligence gathering and analysis (SECU0034)
- Introduction to cybersecurity (SECU0038)
- Investigation and detection (SECU0033)
- Prevention and disruption (SECU0036)
- Risk and contingency planning (SECU0037)
- Qualitative research methods (SECU0041)
- Terrorism (taught by UCL Political Science and not available for distance learning students) (PUBL0015)
NB: places for optional modules are awarded on a first-come first-served basis.