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Master in Financial Crime and Criminal Justice (MA) - NUP
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Master in Financial Crime and Criminal Justice (MA) - NUP

Neapolis University Pafos
On campus
 1050 Points
1 Year, 6 Months

Program Description

The master in Financial Crime and Criminal Justice (MA) provides well-designed, practice-oriented, postgraduate education for those who practice or seek to practice, the subject of financial criminal law as lawyers, prosecutors, judges, or legal advisors in public and private financial organizations.

Neapolis University Pafos offers scholarships based on criteria and conditions for its programs.

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Objectives of the Program

The master in Financial Crime and Criminal Justice (MA) intends to examine the phenomenon in terms of its recent emergence and further development, as well as to highlight typical forms and law enforcement responses to transnational organized crime. Accordingly, the aim of the program is not only to pursue an academic theoretical study, but also to enable theory to inform practice.

The program is divided thematically between substantive issues of Financial crime and procedural issues within an Economic crime trial. In both cases emphasis is given on the transnational character of both the crime and the trial.


Teaching, Learning And Assessment Methods

The master in Financial Crime and Criminal Justice (MA) teaching methodology involves a combination of lectures, tutorials, seminars, examinations, projects, presentations, assignments, case-study applications and independent research. In addition, it is designed to provide an academic experience going beyond that of the traditional classroom, in which the flow of information is primarily from the instructor to the student.

The intention of the master in Financial Crime and Criminal Justice (MA) is that each participant will contribute to the education of the entire class though active participation in the learning procedure



Year 1

Semester 1

Economic Crime with Emphasis on AML/CFT

Anti-Corruption in Criminal Law (Elective)

Criminal Capital Market Law (Elective)

Economic and Financial Criminal Law: General Part (Elective)

The International Dimension of Corporate Responsibility (Elective)

Penal Protection of Professional Secrecy (Elective)

Introduction to the FATF Countries’ Mutual Evaluation System (Elective)

Semester 2

European Economic Criminal Law

Organized Crime: Substantial, Procedural, and International Law (Elective)

Prosecution and Investigation of Economic Crimes with Emphasis on Asset Freezing and Confiscation (Elective)

Corporate Criminal Law and Compliance (Elective)

Cybercrimes and Cybersecurity (Elective)

Global Taxation Standards and Financial Crime (Elective)

European Banking Law (Elective)

Year 2

Semester 3


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