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Master of Law (MLaw) in Legal Issues, Crime and Security of Information Technologies

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Master of Law (MLaw) in Legal Issues, Crime and Security of Information Technologies (2019 ->)

Degree :Master of Law (MLaw) in Legal Issues, Crime and Security of Information Technologies
Programme requirements :The objective of the DCS Master's degree is to enable students to:

- develop, study in depth, and complete the knowledge acquired while obtaining their Bachelor's degree ;
- understand and study in depth the problems posed by information technologies from a legal, computer, economic and forensic perspective ;
- master the detection, collection, analysis and interpretation of different types of data within an interdisciplinary framework.
- Study in depth the legal, technical and security aspects of information and communication technologies;
- understand the economic stakes of the implementation of a data control and oversight strategy within a company or a public administration;
- acquire and master a computer programming language;
- develop a critical sense and a capacity for interdisciplinary synthesis on issues related to information and communication technologies;
- acquire skills in writing reports for a heterogeneous population, professionals or amateurs (peers, judges, juries);
- master the art of working autonomously and as a team, as needed;
- master technical illustration and communication of results;
- master research tools and sources of information in the scientific literature;
- make choices based on the knowledge acquired during their studies and in accordance with legal and ethical constraints in a multicultural context.
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