The Master's Degree programme allows students to analyse and focus on the sociological and demographic phenomena that may result in global instabilities as well as on the most efficient forms of prevention, investigation and repression, such as cooperation between police forces and judicial authorities at an international level and the use of the most advanced techniques of investigation. Graduates of the Master's Degree in Investigation, Crime and International Security will be able to satisfy the emerging demands of:the United Nations' Departments, Offices, Commissions, Programmes and Research Institutes dealing with public security and fighting against drug trafficking and criminal activity (e.g. Commission on Narcotic Drugs, Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice, UNDCP, UNICRI, UNODC, UNHCR);the European Union's Offices and Agencies (FRONTEX, EUROPOL, EASO, CEPOL, EMCDDA) dealing with public security and fighting against terrorism;police forces and other components of the State;companies working or willing to work in socially or politically unstable areas;NGOs responding to humanitarian emergencies in countries at risk.Graduates will also be prepared to evaluate the threats to the democratic order and to the legal economy arising from organised crime and from politically or religiously motivated terrorist organisations. The first year focuses on the analysis of security-related problems, in particular:issues related to migrations and to contemporary geopolitics and identity, from a historical point of view;issues related to financial flows and to the corruption of the legal economy, from an economic point of view;rules of international law and of investigative and judicial cooperation as well as issues pertinent from a legal point of view to the contemporary world and to the political and institutional settings existing in unstable areas;trends that may cause one or more of the above-mentioned problems, from a sociological viewpoint.The second year allows students to explore the most common and efficient means of fighting international crime, with particular reference to those developed by innovative technologies. The Programme includes courses related to politology, law and economics as well as labs providing students with the chance to engage with highly qualified professionals and to simulate events and scenarios.Furthermore, particular attention is paid to the study of languages. The Programme includes the study of English at an advanced level, with particular reference to the terminology and phraseology used in the investigative and judicial cooperation domains. Moreover, 5 courses and the EU Project Management Lab are available in English. A second foreign language is also studied, to be chosen from the following: Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Portuguese, Russian, and Spanish.The Programme also enables students to attend events involving the participation of highly qualified professionals in the relevant sectors.Fast factAcademic Year: 2021-2022
Programme Length: 2 years
.STEERING COMMITTEEThe Steering Committee has the role of steering all the degree-programme activities towards relations with local territory, institutions, mass media, the world of work, production systems and civil society, pursuant to article 11 of the Ministerial Decree No. 270 of 22 October 2004 and to MIUR Circular No. 416 of 01/12/2005. External members (approved by the Council of Faculty on 10 September 2018, minutes no. 141):Ing. Antonino Albanese, Councillor at the San Pio V Institute;Dott. Alfonso D'Alfonso, former Director of DIA;Dott. Marco Ludovico, Senior Editor, "Sole 24 ore";Dott. Alfredo Mantovano,magistrate, former Under Secretary of State of the Ministry of the Interior;On. Marco Minniti, former Minister of Internal Affairs;Dott. Mario Antonio Scino, State Advocate;Dott. Adriano Soi, formerly responsible for institutional communication at the Department of Information Security of the Presidency of the Council of Ministers;Gen. S. A. Leonardo Tricarico, President of the I.C.S.A. Foundation (Intelligence Culture and Strategic Analysis).Prof. Ciro SbailòDean of the Faculty of Political Science and Sociopsychological Dynamics"Bisogna che tu tutto apprenda:
e il solido cuore della Verità ben rotonda e le opinioni dei mortali, nelle quali non c'è una vera certezza."(La Dea a Parmenide)Study PlanAcademic Year 2021/2022YEAR IECTS1 COURSE TO BE CHOSEN FROMDiasporas, Migrations and Identities in the Contemporary World8Geopolitics of the Contemporary Balkans and the Eurasia Region8Theory of Conflicts82 COURSES TO BE CHOSEN FROMCrime and Immigration8International Law and Investigative and Judicial Cooperation8Legal Systems and Management of Migration Flows8Political and Institutional Organisation of the Islamic World (in English)8 82 COURSES TO BE CHOSEN FROMEmergency Management8Politically and Religiously Motivated Deviant Movements and Behaviours (in English)8Social Conflicts and International Relations8Theory of Deviance and Criminogenesis8LANGUAGE COURSESEnglish Language (Advanced Course)8 YEAR IIECTSCOMPULSORY COURSESBest Practices in Fighting Against Crime8Comparative Analysis of the Policies to Fight Organised Crime and Terrorism (in English)8Control of Transnational Financial Flows and Migration Smuggling8LANGUAGE COURSESSecond Language (to be chosen from the following: Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Portuguese, Russian or Spanish)8 OTHER COURSESECTS2 COURSES TO BE CHOSEN FROMCriminal Law8Demographic Trends (in English)8Geo-economy8History of the Mafia8Investigation and Cyber Security (in English)8Strategic Studies8 ELECTIVESECTSCourses or Labs from any discipline may be chosen8 OTHER ACTIVITIESCFU1 Internship or 1 Lab to be chosen from the following:· Analysis of Geopolitical Areas Lab· Crisis Communication Lab· EU Project Management Lab (in English)· Security Management and Intelligence Lab4Dissertation12ACADEMIC AND TEACHING STAFFThe academic and teaching staff of the Faculty consists of high-profile academics, high-qualified experts with experience in fields such as sociology, psychology, social inclusion, political science, communication and social media, as well as in prevention, investigation and fight against crime activities; but also of magistrates, members of governmental organisations against Jihadist radicalisation and extremism, well-known criminologists, senior members of armed forces and Intelligence analysts and operators with relevant experience in activities aimed at defending the State security and economy.For the entire list of the academic and teaching staff clic here.MyUNINTThe new MyUNINT platform is available for students to consult the Course documents, the complete list of courses and programs, the academic calendar, and the exams and graduation sessions.