Master’s in Legal Informatics and Forensic Science
The Master’s in Legal Informatics and Forensic Science is an advanced degree focusing on the analysis of technology and crime. It is a multidisciplinary program that gives students an in-depth understanding of Criminal Justice, Cybercrime Law, Digital Forensic Science and Data Science. The Master’s in Legal Informatics and Forensic Science is hosted in the Hallym University College of International Studies, enabling Hallym University to provide LIFS students with a unique, international focus. If you are interested in joining us, please don’t hesitate to contact us (firstname.lastname@example.org). We are available to answer any of your questions, and assist with the application process.
The Master’s in Legal Informatics and Forensic Science is a two-year, full-time course. After completing all courses, students are required to submit a thesis. Thesis research is the final semester. The program schedule is flexible for adults that are currently working; including night and weekend classes. Students that decide to complete the course “full time” will have mix online and offline courses.
For full-time students, a number of paid research opportunities and scholarships exist. On-campus housing may also be provided in Chuncheon, South Korea.
Prospects and Careers
Successful graduates of the Legal Informatics and Forensic Science Master’s program will have a wide range of skills and knowledge that are applicable to current and future business and government positions. Whether you are interested in pursuing a career as a specialist in Cybercrime Law, or would prefer starting an Information Security Consultation business, the Legal Informatics and Forensic Science Master’s program will provide you with the skills you need.
The staff at the Hallym University College of International Studies often work with Government Agencies and Private Sector companies in and outside of South Korea. We have a large network of cyber-security professionals that can provide advice and support for your career.
Expected career paths include (but not limited to):
Digital Forensic Scientist / Laboratory Manager
Information Security Research Specialist
Law Enforcement / Prosecution / Military / Intelligence Personnel
Lawyer Specializing in Cybercrime Law