Law «Forensics, Criminal Investigation»
The programme aims to train highly qualified specialists in Forensics and Criminal Investigation capable of introducing innovations into science and education.
The PhD programme is designed to meet the following professional standards: "Teacher" professional standard (draft); "Researcher" professional standard (draft).
Upon completing the programme, you will be able to:
develop scientific and practical recommendations on optimization of the Criminal Procedure and criminalistics activity
develop innovative technologies for law enforcement, judicial, and forensic spheres
give qualified scientifically sound legal opinions and advice
40.06.01 . Law. Forensics, Criminal Investigation.
Duration of the Programme: 3 years.
Programme type: Full-time.
Language of instruction: Russian.
Courses & Study Load
ECTS credits: 180
Courses: History and Philosophy of the Science, Foreign Language, Forensics, Criminal Investigation, Investigator's Interaction with the Participants of Criminal Proceedings, Research Results Presentation, Restorative Justice, Situational Approach in Forensics, Teaching in Higher Education, Elective courses, Theory and Methodology of Scientific Research, Legal Issues in Scientific Technologies, Problems of Forensics, Forensics Issues, Problems of Using Computer-Assisted Legal Research Systems
Professional Training / Internships
Students are able to access publishing and library centre of the IKBFU.
Students have access to the archives of the Kaliningrad region.
Students have academic mobility within the framework of 5-100 programme; this includes scientific internship, participating in conferences, etc.
Students receive scientific advice from the leading scientists of the Institute of Law of the IKBFU.
The PhD graduates can pursue careers in:
research in Jurisprudence;
teaching in Higher Education
Admission & TuitionState-funded applicants (Russian nationals and Russian speaking applicants from the CIS countries) are expected to take the following exams:
Forensics, Criminal Investigation
Elena FADEEVA, Programme Manager
Tel. 7 4012 595 595 (ext. 1003)