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  • Initial training - Continuing education
  • 1 year
  • Aix-en-Provence
  • AIMS

    The Internal Security program of the Master's degree in Criminal Law and Criminal Sciences offers a complete, theoretical and practical training in security and justice. The completion of an internship and a research paper makes it possible to combine a professional approach with the importance of research on these themes and issues related to security problems.

    Thanks to this dynamic approach, based on participatory seminars, practical exercises and role-playing, the Internal Security program provides the knowledge and skills necessary for the various security, police and justice professions.

    Through a variety of courses taught by academics and professionals, the Homeland Security program provides an in-depth and concrete understanding of the phenomena and manifestations of insecurity, the responses that can be provided, and the methods and resources that must be mobilized.

  • FUNDAMENTAL PREREQUISITES

    With regard to the objectives and content of the course, a solid knowledge of the field of criminal law and/or security is essential. A first professional experience (internship) in this field is also essential.

  • FUNDAMENTAL PREREQUISITES

    The knowledge and skills expected are in the areas of criminal law and criminal procedure, special criminal law, criminal law of minors. A solid legal culture is necessary and the follow-up of complementary training on these topics is valued.

  • LEARNING SITES

    • FDSP, Aix-en-Provence
  • LEARNING AND RESEARCH

    The Internal Security pathway enables students to complete a research dissertation on security problems and the issues raised for the police and justice system. Through this research work, students develop their analytical skills and understand the value of research in a professional context. This interest can be pursued through a doctorate.

    The S&E pathway is a combination of a Master's degree and a Master's degree.

    The S&E pathway relates to the Laboratoire de droit privé et de sciences criminelles and the Institut de sciences pénales et de criminologie. These entities associate the stakeholders of the course and events are intended for students.

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  • PROFESSIONAL SKILLS TO BE ACQUIRED

    In-depth and concrete understanding of the phenomenon of insecurity;
    Understanding of the means of internal security and the methods used to guarantee it;
    Deepening of skills and knowledge related to criminal law and procedure, around specific and transversal themes;
    Development of analysis and synthesis skills through the study of themes related to internal security (police and justice, criminal procedure, prosecution of offences, investigation and instruction, city policy, fight against terrorism, etc.);
    Mastery of project management methods related to homeland security;
    Mastery of the presentation of projects, of speaking, of conducting a research mission and development of proposal capacities.

  • INTERNSHIPS AND SUPERVISED PROJECTS

    The internship is carried out after the teaching period, in order to make the most of the skills acquired. It lasts a minimum of 8 weeks and can be carried out in one or several structures, in order to enhance the value of these experiences and to reinforce the professional approach.

  • SPECIFIC TEACHING CONDITIONS

    The internal security course emphasizes a dynamic and participatory approach to teaching: in addition to the evaluation of knowledge, situational exercises, project presentations and documentary files are provided.

  • SEEKED CAREERS

  • SEEKED CAREERS

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  • LEARNING COURSES LIST

  • FURHER INFORMATION

    Pedagogical secretariat:

    Aurore BENEZET,aurore.benezet@univ-amu.fr, 04.42.64.62.10, 2 avenue Henri Poncet 13090 Aix-en-Provence

    Training website https://ldpsc.univ-amu.fr/ www.ispec-aix.fr

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