Upon completion of this program and the requirements in each of the subjects, the student will be able to:
- Carry out a systematic analysis of knowledge on law, computer criminology and forensics, achieved in specific areas, including foundations and professional practice, digital forensics;
- to analyze the essential principles and practices of cybercrime and digital forensics, as well as current research, standards, processes, quality principles and the most appropriate software technologies, to support the investigation and legal procedure in cybercrime;
- apply the knowledge acquired from research and practice in the legal procedure of computer crime investigation, including proper software support of the process;
- gain advanced knowledge of the professional, legal, social and ethical framework of cybercrime and national crime, information security, information management and legal proceedings;
- acquire advanced knowledge regarding research skills, to conduct research on unresolved issues;
- to interpret and synthesize the reasoning of legal rules as part of a legal system and apply it to a range of real cases;
- make professional written and oral presentations based on the ability to access key sources and gather information;
- to work in a team and communicate effectively orally and in writing on legal issues;
- to have a broader understanding concerning the need to be a lifelong learner;
- to recognize a professional code of ethics and privacy regulations;
Based on the purpose described above of the program, the institution creates conditions for knowledge, skills and measurable results, which reflect market demands, local and international impacts on the legal sciences.
Finally, in accordance with the European Qualifications Framework, the proposed master program corresponds to level 7 of the NQF.
Assessment of student tests, assignments, and projects is aided by the use of matrices or other tools to ensure that the planned risk of student learning outcomes is addressed. Agreements are made within the institution for the training of teaching staff in the theory and practice of student assessment.
The program provides the link between theory and practice. So, most of the graduate programs taught at UBT students will be required to undertake practical and / or laboratory work.
Practical work goals vary but usually include:
Development of practical skills and techniques through the application of theoretical knowledge;
Learning to use equipment.
Drafting conclusions and assessment skills.
Professional skills development – e.g. teamwork, finding findings, etc.