LIFS: Legal Informatics & Forensic Science Curriculum

SemesterSubject
First Year - Spring Principles of Economics
First Year - Fall Understanding Law and Policy
Second Year - SpringInformation Technology for Global Business
Information Law and Cyber Security
Introduction to Forensic Science
Computer Networking
Second Year - Fall Introduction to Digital Forensics
Crime & Punishment
Communication Regulation
Cyber-crime
Third Year - SpringInformation Security Fundamentals
Crime Scene Investigation & Criminal Procedure
Privacy and Data Protection Law
Third Year - FallNetwork Security & Forensics
Transnational Crime & Cyber Security
Criminal Investigation
Fourth Year - SpringCrime & Investigative Psychology
Digital Forensic Practice
Crime Data Analysis & Intelligence
Fourth Year - FallCapstone Design Seminar
AI & Legal Reasoning

Legal Informatics & Forensic Science (LIFS)

The LIFS curriculum focuses on the following set of characteristics:

Knowledge

Information technology- K1 (20%):The basic structure of computer, network, programming language, information system, etc. Information protection and scientific knowledge specialized in digital forensics

Law and facts investigation - K2 (20%): Knowledge of the interpretation of scientific theories and evidence necessary for legal proceedings and fact-finding, such as criminal law, criminal investigation, and digital forensics.

Economy and Finance - K3 (10%): Knowledge of the interpretation of scientific theories and evidence necessary for legal proceedings and fact-finding, such as criminal law, criminal investigation, and digital forensics.

Skills

Language and Communication - S1 (10%): English, second language and conversation, presentation, report writing skills

Critical thinking and problem solving - S2 (10%): Understanding and applying critical thinking and scientific methodology and problem solving in various situations

Information processing - S3 (10%): Information collection, analysis, distribution, information processing technology

Attitude

global - A1 (5%): Attitudes to maintain an objective view of international conflict issues through historical awareness and understanding of multiculturalism in the region and the international community

creativity - A2 (10%): Attracting and challenging thoughts that apply knowledge and methods of heterogeneous fields to new fields

Compliance and Ethics - A3 (5%): Understanding of the complex problems of law and social norms with self-control and integrity