The University of Aberdeen in Scotland, United Kingdom, offers a Master of Laws program in Criminal Justice and Human Rights. During the 12-month course of study, students take courses in Critical Legal Thinking and Scholarship, Oil and Minerals for Good, The Politics of Human Rights, Criminological Theories, Criminal Evidence and Proof, Criminal Law, International Criminal Law, The use of Force in International Law, International Human Rights Law and International Humanitarian Law. Admission requirements for the highly competitive program include an undergraduate law degree with a high GPA. International students will be expected to submit proof of fluency in English.
The University of Dundee in Scotland, United Kingdom, offers a Master of Laws degree in International Criminal Justice and Human Rights. Students spend one year on campus completing the course requirements, including the following classes: Legal Research Skills, Transnational Crime and Counter Terrorism, Global Human Rights, UN Human Rights Law, International Petroleum Law and Policy, International Law of Natural Resources and Energy, National and Comparative Oil and Gas Law, Legal Framework for International Project Finance, Mineral and Petroleum Taxation, International Law of Water Resources and Corporate Governance. Applicants must have a bachelor’s degree in law and a proven history of academic excellence to be considered for admission.
The University of Limerick, Ireland, offers a Master of Laws degree in Human Rights in Criminal Justice. Students have the option of completing the required coursework on a full-time basis in one year or on a part-time basis over the course of two years. In addition to the required classes in human rights and criminal justice, all students must complete a dissertation to successfully finish the program. For admission, students must have a bachelor’s degree in law and a high GPA. English language qualification, such as TOEFL or IELTS scores, is required for applicants whose native language is not English.
The University of Birmingham, England, United Kingdom, offers a Master of Laws degree in International Law: Crime, Justice and Human Rights. All students in the program complete coursework in Global Crime Problems, Human Rights and Criminal Justice, International and European Legal Responses to Terrorism, International Criminal Law and Justice and Public International Law and take electives related to their specific interests. The program is offered in two formats: a one-year, full-time course of study and a two-year, half-time course of study. A bachelor’s degree in law with an upper second class GPA is required for admission to the program.
Bangor University in Bangor, Wales, United Kingdom, offers a Master of Laws degree in International Criminal Law and International Human Rights Law. To successfully complete the program, students must write a dissertation and complete coursework in Legal Research Methods, Public International Law, International Criminal Law, International Human Rights Law, European Human Rights Law, Children’s Rights in Domestic and International Law, International Law of Armed Conflict and Dealing with the Legacies of the Past. The program is offered on a full-time basis only and requires one year of study to complete. Qualified applicants will have a bachelor’s degree in law, accounting, finance, banking, management studies, politics, international relations or social sciences.