SFU: Scotland: International Perspectives on Cybercrime 2022

United Kingdom , Europe Past Program Interdisciplinary

Duration of Program:

late-February - mid-March: Mandatory Canvas Program

July 1st: Date by which we will confirm how program is proceeding. Do not book flights or confirm other arrangements until after this date.

TBD: Pre-Departure Orientation

May 10 - August: Monthly preparatory sessions and project check-ins**

August 21 - September 3: Study in Glasgow, Scotland

For the full program itinerary, please click here [to link].

*These dates are provided as guidelines and are subject to change

**To discuss attending these sessions virtually, please contact the Field School Director.

There probably isn't another crime as international as cybercrime, potentially touching many jurisdictions in the process. This course will explore those international issues, along with law enforcement and judicial responses. We will focus on case studies from Canada, UK and the USA. The course will take place in Glasgow, Scotland, and be international in nature, with students from the University of Strathclyde (Scotland) joining the class, along with professors from both universities, and guest speakers. This way the class can explore issues from two completely different perspectives. Due to the involvement from foreign students, the class schedule has to be compressed into a week of intensive class time.

This Field School consists of 3 SFU Units. 


CRIM 416 (3 Units): International Perspectives on Cybercrime Field School


Crim 870 (3 units): Directed Readings