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1 Faculty of Business Computing and Law LL.M LL.M (Commercial Law) LL.M (Corporate and Financial Law) LL.M (Intellectual Property and Information Technology Law) LL.M (International and Comparative Law) LL.M (International Protection of Human Rights and Personal Freedom) LL.M (Legal Practice) (top-up) LL.M (Transnational Criminal Law) MSc in Criminal Investigation MSc in Cybercrime and E-Investigation Programme Specification May 2012 Programme(s) valid from September 2012 Indefinite JACS Code: LL.M M100 MSc M200 and variants Programme Codes: University of Derby, Kedleston Road LL.M and Pathways MM1AE MSc in Criminal Investigation MM2AB MSc in Cybercrime and E-Investigation MM2AC 1

2 CONTENTS CONTENTS Programme Title/Joint Honours Subject Title... 1 SECTION TWO: OVERVIEW AND PROGRAMME AIMS... 3 SECTION THREE: PROGRAMME LEARNING OUTCOMES... 4 SECTION FOUR: PROGRAMME STRUCTURE... 7 LL.M Full time & Part time programme structure... 8 LL.M Legal Practice (top-up)... 9 MSc in Criminal Investigation MSc in Cybercrime and E-Investigation SECTION FIVE: PROGRAMME DELIVERY SECTION SIX: ADMISSIONS SECTION SEVEN: STUDENT SUPPORT AND GUIDANCE SECTION EIGHT: POST PROGRAMME OPPORTUNITIES SECTION NINE: EMPLOYER LINKS Curriculum Map... 23

3 1.1.1 Programme Title/Joint Honours Subject Title LL.M MSc Criminal Investigation MSc in Cybercrime and E-Investigation Award title and interim awards Exit Awards LL.M LL.M (Commercial Law) LL.M (Corporate Law and Finance) LL.M (Intellectual Property and Information Technology Law) LL.M (International and Comparative Law) LL.M (Legal Practice) (top-up) LL.M (Transnational Criminal Law) MSc Criminal Investigation MSc in Cybercrime and E-Investigation Intermediate Awards Postgraduate Certificate in Law Postgraduate Certificate in Criminal Investigation Postgraduate Certificate in Cybercrime and E-Investigation Postgraduate Diploma in Law Postgraduate Diploma in Commercial Law Postgraduate Diploma in Corporate Law and Finance Postgraduate Diploma in International and Comparative Law Postgraduate Diploma in Intellectual Property and Information Technology Law Postgraduate Diploma in Transnational Criminal Law Postgraduate Diploma in Criminal Investigation Postgraduate Diploma in Cybercrime and E-Investigation 1

4 1.1.3 Mode of Study All awards: Full-time and part-time All LL.M awards e-learning and distance learning Programme start date/review date LL.Ms September 2012 MScs September Awarding Institution University of Derby Faculty Managing the Programme Business, Computing and Law Institution Delivering the Programme University of Derby Relevant external subject benchmark statement(s) QAA Subject Benchmark Statement for Criminology (2007) QAA Subject Benchmark Statement for Law (2008) External Accreditation/Recognition The Law Society of England and Wales (CPD recognition) recognises LL.M study for the purposes of continuing professional development points JACS Code(s) LL.Ms M100 MScs M 200 and variants Programme specification last updated New from September

5 SECTION TWO: OVERVIEW AND PROGRAMME AIMS 2.1 Overview The School of Law and Criminology is for students who wish to advance their academic knowledge and/or practical experience in relation to a variety of aspects of justice systems The school provides a continuum of opportunities to study across a breadth that encompasses e-investigation of crime through to theories of comparative jurisprudence. The curriculum is designed to focus on some of the core aspects of knowledge in the field, but many of the modules provided reflect unique and distinctive areas of specialist knowledge This scheme provides the student with the opportunity to make choices in whether to pursue thematic study, leading to a specialist named award or general study, leading to the award of LL.M. Given the novelty of some areas of award, there is flexibility afforded to allow interests to evolve and to elect for a specialist or different award title during the period of study This scheme will enhance vocationally relevant professional skills, through specific modules, activities within certain modules and the generic opportunity to undertake clinical education in the field. However, alongside these skills is the core emphasis on developing the scholarly skills associated with someone who has mastery of this area of study at this stage. Crucial to this is the development of skills in conducting research into justice systems The full extent of development of skills and knowledge is outlined in the learning outcomes. 2.2 Overview Scheme Aims The scheme aims to enable students to: 1. Study justice systems in greater depth; 2. Broaden their understanding of the critical theoretical and practical context of law and criminal investigation; 3. Study in a comparative, international and, if desired, clinical context; 4. Engage with a full range of subjects and exercise choice in relation to curricular content within the scheme whilst retaining coherence for those seeking named awards; 5. Specialise (should they wish) in a professionally relevant specific area or areas; and 6. Learn how to conduct normative and empirical research into legal systems 3

6 SECTION THREE: PROGRAMME LEARNING OUTCOMES Learning Outcomes for the Postgraduate Certificate Stage On completion of Postgraduate Certificate Stage, students will be able to demonstrate that they: Knowledge and Understanding 1. Understand core academic and professional concerns, problems and theories related to the award pathway. More specifically in relation to: Subject-specific skills a) the Postgraduate Certificate in Law, the student will be able to understand those that concern law in a municipal, comparative and/or international context b) the Postgraduate Certificate in Criminal Investigation, the student will be able to understand those that concern the theory and practice of criminal investigation c) the Postgraduate Certificate in Cybercrime and E- Investigation, the student will be able to understand those that relate to crime and criminal investigation in the global digital age 2. Are able to present written work in a manner consistent with the conventions of legal and criminological scholarship; Intellectual skills 3. Have competence in handling advanced methodological and theoretical models relevant to the problems and issues addressed in substantive modules; General Transferable Skills 4. Are confident in expressing themselves in a critical and reflective manner their understanding of their law/criminal investigation in the context of practice; and 5. Can evidence independence of thought Learning Outcomes for the Postgraduate Diploma Stage. In addition to the outcomes met at Certificate Stage, on completion of Postgraduate Diploma Stage, students will be able to demonstrate that they: Knowledge and Understanding 6. Develop and demonstrate core critical understanding of academic and professional concerns, problems and theories related to the award pathway. More specifically in relation to: 4

7 Intellectual skills a) the Postgraduate Diploma in Law, the student will be able to effectively engage in masterly discourse in relation to those that concern law in a municipal, comparative and/or international context b) the Postgraduate Diploma in Commercial Law, the student will be able to effectively engage in masterly discourse in relation to those that concern law in the context of municipal, comparative and international commerce c) the Postgraduate Diploma in Corporate Law and Finance, the student will be able to effectively engage in masterly discourse in relation to those that concern law in the context of municipal, comparative and international corporate and financial practices d) the Postgraduate Diploma in International and Comparative Law, the student will be able to effectively engage in masterly discourse in relation to those that concern law in the context of comparative method and international international society e) the Postgraduate Diploma in Intellectual Property and Information Technology Law, the student will be able to effectively engage in masterly discourse in relation to those that concern law in the context of intellectual property rights and the challenges of the global digital age f) the Postgraduate Diploma in Transnational Criminal Law, the student will be able to effectively engage in masterly discourse in relation to those that concern transnational crime and criminal law from municipal, comparative and international perspectives g) the Postgraduate Diploma in Criminal Investigation, the student will be able to engage in expert professional discourse, informed by a thorough understanding of the theory and practice of criminal investigation, including issues of diversity and cross-border investigation and contemporary issues in criminal practice h) the Postgraduate Diploma in Cybercrime and E-Forensics, the student will be able to engage in expert professional discourse, informed by a thorough understanding of the theory and practice of criminal investigation in the context of the global digital age 7. Have acquired the ability to evaluate the competing critical, methodological and theoretical models which they have encountered in the programme; and General Transferable Skills 8. Can evidence significant independence of thought. 5

8 3.1.3 Learning Outcomes for the Master s Degree In addition, on completion of Master s awards students will be able to demonstrate that they: Intellectual skills 9. Have command of the doctrinal, methodological and theoretical literature associated with justice systems; General Transferable Skills 10. Have the capability to critically evaluate doctrinal and other models for understanding justice systems and propose alternative models where appropriate; 11. Can organise and undertake independent scholarship to a satisfactory standard which has the potential to contribute to scholarship that is specifically relevant to their particular pathway of study; 12. Are able to critically reflect upon the outcomes of their researches; and 13. Can effectively communicate the outcomes of their research enquiry. 6

9 SECTION FOUR: PROGRAMME STRUCTURE Structure and Curriculum Awards can be studied for on either a full-time or part-time basis on campus. In addition, LL.M programmes can be studied by e-learning at a distance Each award requires the study of the essential skills necessary to engage in the study of legal systems. In addition, specialist titles require the study of two prescribed modules. An Independent Study completes the curriculum for Masters Awards Independent Studies must be approved by the Module Leader for Independent Studies and the pathway leader for a named award. The Module Leader and Pathway Leader must satisfy themselves that the proposed title and methodology has the potential to contribute to scholarship that is specifically relevant to their particular pathway of study and that appropriate supervisory capacity and study resources are available A range of optional modules are available for each award title. Modules are identified as being relevant to the title of the award, based on their potential to contribute to a coherent course of study A Curriculum Map is appended to this Programme Specification. The purpose of this is to outline how each module contributes to the achievement of programme learning outcomes The Scheme has been designed so that Certificate, Diploma and Masters stage awards all provide a stimulating and valid learning experience In addition, subject to module choices made at the Certificate stage, students can exercise some flexibility in changing from the general award of LL.M to a specialist title (such as LL.M (Commercial Law)). In addition, and also subject to the choices made at the Certificate stage, there is the possibility of changing from one specialist awards to other, related titles (such as changing from LL.M (Commercial Law) to LL.M (Intellectual Property and Information Technology Law)). It is anticipated that all students intending to gain LL.M Awards will register for the generic LL.M and confirm registration for a specific award at the start of the Diploma stage Students need to complete 60 credits for the award of a Postgraduate Certificate, a further 60 credits for the award of a Postgraduate Diploma and a further 60 credits for the award of a Masters degree The diagrams below illustrate the module structure. 7

10 CERTIFICATE DIPLOMA MASTERS LL.M Full time & Part time programme structure Legal Scholarship Prescribed 1 or Prescribed 2 or Option 1 Option 2 Option 1 Option 2 Option 3 or Prescribed 1 or Prescribed 2 Independent Studies (60) (Part time students will always engage with Legal Scholarship in their first semester of study). All 20 credit modules are studied over the period of 1 semester. 8

11 MASTERS LL.M Legal Practice (top-up) Legal Scholarship OR Applied Research in Criminal Justice Systems OR Comparative Jurisprudence Independent Studies (60) (Part time students will always engage with Legal Scholarship in their first semester of study). All 20 credit modules are studied over the period of 1 semester. Core content for the Postgraduate Certificate in Law intermediate award The Post Graduate Certificate stage for LL.M awards prescribes the 20 credit Legal Scholarship module. Legal Practice top-up students may have already acquired these skills, hence Applied Research in Criminal Justice Systems or Comparative Jurisprudence. LL.M LL.M Transnational Criminal Law LL.M Corporate and Financial Law LL.M Commercial Law LL.M Intellectual Property and Information Technology Law LL.M International Protection of Human Rights and Personal Freedom LL.M International & Comparative Law Legal Scholarship Core content for the Postgraduate Diploma in Law intermediate award The Post Graduate Diploma stage for LL.M awards requires all students to complete the following prescribed module content set out below. The reason for the prescription is to ensure a consistent grounding in the essential knowledge that underpins the core of the discipline area. It also provides a focus of cohort identity for each pathway. LL.M Transnational Criminal Law International Criminal Law 9

12 The Investigation and Prosecution of Transnational Crimes LL.M Corporate and Financial Law Company Law International Banking and Finance Law LL.M Commercial Law Commercial Theories National and International Sale of Goods LL.M International Protection of Human Rights and Personal Freedom The Law and Investigation of Human Rights Violations Public International Law LL.M Intellectual Property and Information Technology Law Information and Communication Technology Law Intellectual Property in Information Technology and Other Media LL.M International & Comparative Law Public International Law Comparative Jurisprudence 10

13 Options available by award NOTE: * denotes that the module is already offered and required on another programme or provision. LL.M 5 options from: Applied Research in Criminal Justice Systems Business Crime Clinic Commercial Theories Company Law Comparative Criminal Justice and Policing Comparative Jurisprudence Construction Contracts and Dispute Resolution* Contemporary Issues in Investigation Corporate Governance Cybercrime & the Internet Data Protection, Privacy and Freedom of Information Law Information and Communication Technology Law Intellectual Property and Public Sector Contracting Intellectual Property in Information Technology and Other Media Intellectual Property in the Digital Age International Banking and Finance Law International Commercial Arbitration International Criminal Law International Economic Law and Development Investigating Serious Crime Investigation & Prosecution of Cybercrime Investigation and Prosecution of Environmental Crime Investigation and Prosecution of Transnational Crime Law of International Trade National and International Sale of Goods Public International Law* The Law and Investigation of Human Rights Violations Transnational Organised Crime Vulnerable Victims and Witnesses LL.M Transnational Criminal Law 3 options from: Applied Research in Criminal Justice Systems Business Crime Clinic Comparative Criminal Justice and Policing Comparative Jurisprudence Cybercrime & the Internet Investigation & Prosecution of Cybercrime Investigation and Prosecution of Environmental Crime Public International Law The Law and Investigation of Human Rights Violations Transnational Organised Crime 11

14 Vulnerable Victims and Witnesses LL.M Corporate and Financial Law 3 options from: Business Crime Clinic Commercial Theories Construction Contracts and Dispute Resolution* Corporate Governance Data Protection, Privacy and Freedom of Information Law Intellectual Property in Information Technology and Other Media International Commercial Arbitration Intellectual Property in the Digital Age National and International Sale of Goods LL.M Commercial Law 3 options from: Clinic Company Law Construction Contracts and Dispute Resolution* Corporate Governance Data Protection, Privacy and Freedom of Information Law Information and Communication Technology Law International Commercial Arbitration International Economic Law and Development Intellectual Property in the Digital Age Law of International Trade LL.M International Protection of Human Rights and Personal Freedom 3 options from Applied Research in Criminal Justice Systems Clinic Comparative Criminal Justice and Policing Comparative Jurisprudence Data Protection, Privacy and Freedom of Information Law Investigation and Prosecution of Transnational Crime Investigation and Prosecution of Environmental Crime International Criminal Law Vulnerable Victims and Witnesses LL.M Intellectual Property and Information Technology Law 3 options from: Data Protection, Privacy and Freedom of Information Law International Commercial Arbitration Intellectual Property and Public Sector Contracting Clinic National and International Sale of Goods Law Evidence & Digital Investigation Cybercrime & the Internet Open Source Intelligence & Privacy 12

15 LL.M International & Comparative Law 3 options from: Applied Research in Criminal Justice Systems Clinic Commercial Theories Comparative Criminal Justice and Policing International Banking and Finance Law International Commercial Arbitration International Economic Law and Development The Law and Investigation of Human Rights Violations Intellectual Property in the Digital Age Law of International Trade Investigation & Prosecution of Transnational Crime Public International Law International Criminal Law Transnational Organised Crime LL.M (Legal Practice) (top-up) Legal Scholarship Applied Research in Criminal Justice Systems Comparative Jurisprudence 13

16 CERTIFICATE DIPLOMA MASTERS MSc in Criminal Investigation Criminal Investigation 1: Principles of Investigation Applied Research in Criminal Justice Systems Criminal Investigation 2: Victims and Witnesses Criminal Investigation 3: Suspects Option 1 Option 2 Independent Studies in Investigation (60) Optional modules Business Crime Comparative Criminal Justice and Policing Contemporary Issues in Investigation Data Protection, Privacy, & Freedom of Information Law Evidence & Digital Investigation Investigating Serious Crime Investigating Sexual Offences Investigation & Prosecution of Cybercrime Investigation & Prosecution of Transnational Crime Open Source Intelligence & Privacy 14

17 CERTIFICATE DIPLOMA MASTERS MSc in Cybercrime and E-Investigation Evidence & Digital Investigation Applied Research in Criminal Justice Systems Cybercrime & the Internet Investigation & Prosecution of Cybercrime Option 1 (20 Option 2 Independent Studies in Investigation (60) Optional modules Clinic Data Protection, Privacy and Freedom of Information Law Information and Communication Technology Law Intellectual Property in Information Technology and Other Media Intellectual Property in the Digital Age International Criminal Law Investigating Serious Crime Investigating Sexual Offences Open Source Intelligence & Privacy 15

18 Continuing Professional Development (CDP) The programme is designed to provide opportunities for personal professional development through the relationship of practice to academic study. Students will be introduced to the concept of PDP in the Induction programme. Throughout the period of studies, students will be kept actively aware of career functions and events by your personal tutor and will be given guidance on the services offered by the Careers Service within the University with respect to CV preparation, mock interviews etc Problem-based learning and clinical study is a feature of all awards, LL.M (Legal Practice) [top-up], providing additional opportunities for professional development. LL.M study is recognised for the purposes of Continuing Professional Development by the Law Society of England and Wales. The MSc in Criminal Investigation is benchmarked against the National Occupational Standards relevant to Criminal Investigation. 16

19 SECTION FIVE: PROGRAMME DELIVERY 5.1 Learning and Teaching Methods The approach to teaching and learning follows a traditional model, supplemented by technology-enhanced learning and a practical focus, exemplified by the opportunity for students to undertake clinical study in a relevant professional context For campus and blended learning students, the outline, context and principal concerns of topic areas will be outlined in lectures. Students will be directed to read and research supplementary materials, prior to undertaking student-led activities. These encompass engagement with: a) self-test and formative assessments; b) discussion groups/seminars; c) directed independent study questions; d) group and individual presentations; e) simulations of professional activities, such as negotiation and courtroom activities The use of synchronous and asynchronous technology will permit virtual interactions for all students and a parity of learning experience for blended learning students and campus students The development of skills through the use of the courtrooms and interviewing suite is modelled in a virtual world to enable blended learning students to benefit from these types of interactions Clinical study offers the opportunity to reflect on action and interaction in relevant professional contexts, as well as developing practical skills. For students studying at a distance, clinical placements may be negotiated with the clinic tutor Research is at the heart of any Master s degree. It is a significant element of study activities and is supported by core methodological modules. The final Independent Studies module provides the opportunity for the student to develop deep and specialist knowledge through scholarship All students are required to comply with research governance and ethics principles whilst undertaking their programme of study. This is of particular importance when conducting research involving other people e.g. for module assessments or Independent Studies. Information on these principles can be found on the University web site at 17

20 5.2 Assessment Assessments will provide problem-based and practical opportunities to explore practical and professional issues and essay type challenges for structured exploration of theoretical elements Presentation of interim research findings and self-test is the basis of formative aspects of the assessment strategy. In relation to clinical learning, a reflective portfolio, supported by tutor interviews forms the basis of both formative and summative assessment The quality of independent study and the degree to which work reflects authentic and original thought is a crucial and consistent principle that underpins study at this stage. This and the conventions of scholarship in relation to the study of justice systems are assessed throughout the programme Assessments reflect the need to integrate scholarly or professional research into all work at this stage and therefore assessments are either in the form of essays, written responses to problems and take-away examination papers. The balance between practical and theoretical assessments will vary according to module choice This programme operates within the University s Postgraduate Regulatory Framework and conforms with its regulations on assessment. 18

21 SECTION SIX: ADMISSIONS 6.1 Entry requirements Students will either: a) possess a first degree (2:2 or above) in a subject relevant to postgraduate study of justice systems; or b) be graduates and have significant experience through work or voluntary engagement in the justice sector; or c) be professionally qualified to work in the justice sector at a graduate stage or above Any applicant who does not have a relevant and good degree will be considered by the Admissions Tutor. The tutor will consider all the information provided on the application form. If the application demonstrates substantial relevant experience in the justice sector, the Admission Tutor will make an offer (if all other conditions in this section are met). If the application provides some evidence of the potential to succeed, but does not clearly disclose that the entry criteria have been met, the Admissions Tutor may undertake an interview to clarify whether or not the student has the potential to succeed on the programme. This is an exercise of academic judgement, based on a holistic assessment of the individual and the demands of the programme. It provides an additional opportunity to assess an applicant who otherwise might not be admitted Applicants for the LL.M (Legal Practice) pathway: a) will expect to have completed the Legal Practice Course, Bar Vocational Course, be Graduate Members of ILEX, Fellows of ILEX, Chartered Patent Agents or similarly qualified to provide professional graduate level legal services at the point of commencement of the Independent Study; or b) will be those who are qualified to appear at the Bar (or equivalent) in an European or Overseas jurisdiction or be members of a professional body that qualifies them to provide graduate level professional legal services in an European or Overseas jurisdiction. Applicants from outside the EU and Commonwealth may be asked as a condition of acceptance to provide evidence of the national status of a professional organisation, including certified translation of any relevant documentation. Any such applicant must have undertaken a full programme of study at undergraduate or postgraduate level Students for whom English is not their first language will need to demonstrate language skills of IELTS 7.0 or above We welcome and encourage applications from people of all ages as long as they can be considered adequately prepared to succeed on the programme. 19

22 SECTION SEVEN: STUDENT SUPPORT AND GUIDANCE 7.1 Student support and guidance Support for the student experience of learning will, in the first instance be provided by the Scheme Manager, whose responsibility it is to ensure that access to services and support is efficient and effective. The Scheme Manager works in conjunction with the Student Liaison Officer to ensure access to pastoral and non-academic personal support. In addition, the Faculty Disability Co-ordinator, working with the Academic Disability co-ordinator offers continued local support for the implementation of study support, for those with additional needs Personal academic support, including support for personal development is provided by personal tutors, working in conjunction with pathway leaders and the Senior E- Learning and Clinical Education tutors, as relevant The Senior E-Learning tutor provides academic and pedagogic support for students using technology enhanced learning on the programme and works with the Programme Manager to ensure the effectiveness of technical support The Clinical Education Tutor provides personal support for all aspects of the Clinic module, including liaising with workplace partners and assisting with ethical, professional and practical issues. The Clinical Education tutor is supported by the Placement Co-ordinator within the Faculty Students are provided with Programme guidance in written and/or electronic form and in formats that are accessible for those with additional needs Programme guidance will ensure students are aware of the range of services for student supported, offered at School and University stage. The University central Student Support Services offers a range of general, specialist and professional support services for students as detailed in your programme handbook An intensive induction process will ensure students are supported in their transition to study at postgraduate stage and make them aware of the full range of rights, responsibilities and regulations. Student support and guidance will be a significant feature of induction activities. 20

23 SECTION EIGHT: POST PROGRAMME OPPORTUNITIES 8.1 Post-Programme Opportunities The Scheme provides a curriculum which allows students to engage with a depth of theoretical knowledge that informs strategic thinking and a range of practical and problem-solving skills in a professional context. This provision ensures that students can enhance their existing careers within the justice system or are able to demonstrate from knowledge and experience significant attributes to aid in employability In addition, the MSc Criminal Investigation has been mapped onto the National Occupational Standards for criminal investigation. Students who successfully complete the programme can claim APL, allowing entry into civilian roles related to criminal investigation. Police officers can seek professional recognition for accredited training that maps to PIP LL.M modules are accredited against the Continuing Professional Development framework of the Law Society of England and Wales The emphasis on practical learning and the opportunity to engage in clinical study makes the Scheme highly attractive for those who wish to demonstrate specialist knowledge and an insider s insight into work within justice systems. As such, the awards enable students to develop and evidence sector-specific employability skills. 21

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