Study MSc Crime Intelligence and Data Analytics at Teesside University with 2 years programs with a Placement Year
Award: Master’s Degree
Duration: 12 Months program + 12 months’ work placement ( 24 months)
Intakes: September, January
The work boundaries of the traditional police intelligence analyst and digital forensic investigator are becoming blurred – today’s analysts need to be cyber aware, understanding how communication records and web search histories can be extracted and analysed.
This course covers these areas as well as theories that provide a better sense of the causes of crime and the prevention measures that can be put in place to stabilise and reverse these trends.
Analysts shouldn’t be phased by data simply because of its size, complexity or format. This course provides you with the skills to work effectively with large datasets, allowing you to make more informed decisions in relation to criminal investigations. Key features include writing code to quickly clean up data and packaging it so it’s suitable for analysis and visualisation.
- Bachelor’s Degree in relevant field as per the course.
- IELTS requirement with overall score of 6.5 with no band less than 6.0.
You could expect to apply for intelligence researcher and intelligence analyst roles in a wide variety of career opportunities ranging from security, policing and business.