SFU: Scotland: International Perspectives on Cybercrime 2020

United Kingdom, Europe Past Program Interdisciplinary

Duration of Program:

February 28 - March 11: Mandatory Canvas Program

March 12: Pre-Departure Orientation Session

May 11 - August 14: Study at SFU Burnaby 

August 22 - September 2: Study in Scotland 

For the full itinerary, please click here

Please note that dates are provided as a guideline and are subject to change. 

 

There probably isn't another crime as international as cybercrime, potentially touching many jurisdictions in the process. This course will be international in scope, with students from the University of Strathclyde (Scotland) and Ostbayerische Technische Hochschule, Amber-Weiden, Germany joining the class, along with professors from those universities, plus guest speakers. Case studies and reports from Canada, the UK, and the USA will be a main focus for comparative analysis, as will be the international dimensions of cyber-offending, law enforcement and judicial responses. Due to the involvement of foreign students and professors, the class schedule will be compressed into one week of intensive class time in-field, followed by two days of course-related field trips. 

This Field School consists of 3 SFU Units. 

CRIM 416 (3 Units): Current Issues in Crimonology and Criminal Justice

While CRIM 101 is a pre-requisite to CRIM 416, it can be waived as a pre-requisite to the Field School with permission from the Field School Director, Dr. Barry Cartwright (bcartwri@sfu.ca)

For the full course syllabus, please click here