Curriculum

Supervised Research for Master I

Supervised Research for Master II

Advanced Crime Statistics

Crime Data Mining

Criminal Investigative Inference and Heuristics

Information Technology Law

Digital Intelligence and Evidence Law

Corporate Information Security & Privacy

Information Security Incident Investigation

Advanced Digital forensic investigation

Criminal Information Management and Intelligence

Social Network Analysis in Criminal Relations

Data Visualization & Presentation

Financial Crime Data Analysis

Transnational Cybercrime

Cross Border Criminal Procedure

Open Source Intelligence

Advanced Topics in Legal Informatics and Forensics

Statement Analysis

Big Data Analysis

Application Procedure

To apply for the Master’s in Legal Informatics and Forensic Science, we recommend you first contact the College of International Studies. We can assist in your application preparation, and provide more information about current fees as well as scholarships that may be available.

Next, please see the Hallym University Graduate School admission guidelines and application form.
General guidelines include (the Graduate School documents take precedence over this list):

Bachelor’s degree holders, including those expected to earn it one semester before starting

If your mother tongue is not English you need English (minimum) proficiency exam scores in ONE of the following exams:

TOEFL IBT 80 / CBT 210 / PBT 550

TOEIC 700

IELTS 5,5

TEPS 550

International applicants will be evaluated based on submitted documents only. An oral interview is not required.