Students must apply via one of the following online application forms:-
MA Investigative Management is ideal for professionals seeking to advance their careers by studying leadership and management in the context of work-based investigative practice.
This course has been designed in collaboration with senior Police representatives to enhance your intellectual capability and professional practice in relation to how investigations are led, managed and delivered.
By its nature, this cross-disciplinary course has a substantive professional experience component; throughout your studies you will be supported by academic staff, as well as various professionals with practical experience of investigation. With a clear focus on merging theory and practice, you will gain a deeper understanding of investigative management in the context of real-world experience(s) and professional practice(s).
This course includes a dissertation module which allows you to tailor your study to suit your career needs and research interests.
|Upcoming start dates|
|20 February 2019|
|21 February 2019|
MA Investigative Management is taught via lectures, workshops, and self-study.
Your progress will be assessed with coursework, a research proposal (in written and presentation form) and your dissertation.
Throughout your studies, you will receive one-to-one guidance and support from academic staff, and professionals with practical experience of investigation.
The course contact dates are:
Some modules have prerequisites. Read more about what this means in our Help and Advice article.
To apply for this course you need to be at least one of the following:
If English is not your first language, please see our English language requirements.
The fee for this course is £4,770.
Take a look at the Your Finances section to find out about the scholarships and bursaries that may be available to you.
This information was correct at the time of publication.
MA Investigative Management has been designed in response to the current sector needs in policing. It is an extremely relevant to modern Police practices, and its structure, content and assessment strategies have been created in collaboration with senior Police representatives. As an Investigative Management graduate you will be able to immediately make a positive impact in your current role in the Police. If you are seeking employment or planning to change roles, you will be qualified for positions with more seniority and responsibility.
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