The Master’s degree programme Institutions of Criminal Law and Criminal Procedure studies ways and means of preventing and combating crime, a phenomenon that is increasing and diversifying. The programme responds to a pressing need for training and education in various fields of activity: justice, law, police and others.
Following the ratification by the Romanian State of legal instruments at European and international level, numerous laws have been adopted in criminal matters, criminal procedure, criminal enforcement and international judicial cooperation in criminal matters. In line with these legislative developments, this Master’s degree is intended to be both a training course, by assimilating the most current domestic and European standards in the field by encouraging students to find and propose legislative and institutional solutions designed to serve the judicial system in the activity of preventing and combating crime.
At the same time, in accordance with the laws on criminal matters, the Master’s studies in this field should be recognised as training courses in the legal professions, thus contributing to the training of specialists with a thorough training in this field.