University of Portsmouth: Economic Crime

InstitutionUniversity of Portsmouth View institution profile
Department Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
Web www.port.ac.uk/study/postgraduate
Email admissions@port.ac.uk
Telephone 023 9284 5566
Study type Taught

Summary

There’s never been a greater need for experts in countering economic crime. On this MSc Economic Crime, you’ll learn about fraud, corruption, money laundering, intellectual property crime, cartels and market abuse.

Whether you’re already working in this field, or you’re keen to embark on a career in this area, this degree is an ideal step towards achieving your ambitions. You’ll focus on the topics that interest you – such as countering corruption and fraud examination, money laundering, managing investigations, and intelligence – as you tailor your studies toward a career in law enforcement, investigations, compliance, research, analysis, management or policy development.

You’ll graduate with skills that will open further opportunities to combat economic crime in public or private sector careers.

Tailoring your degree to your interests and ambitions On this course, you can graduate with a degree title (see below) that reflects your interests and career goals by choosing specific modules.

You'll choose which modules you want to do at the start of the course. We'll help you choose modules and degree title that matches your interests and career ambitions.

MSc

University of Portsmouth

It’s time to dive deeper into what you love, become a real expert and figure out how to make your mark.

Taught qualification or independent research? On-campus teaching or online part-time study? At Portsmouth, you can choose from a wide range of subjects and modes of study.

Why Portsmouth?

  •    5***** rated for excellence in the QS World University rankings 2021
  • Outstanding Gold-rated teaching for our students (TEF)
  • Dedicated Graduate School supporting all research students
  • 84% satisfaction with course quality (PTES Postgraduate Taught Experience Survey 2020
  • Master’s Scholarships available for high achievers

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