Diploma in Criminal Law (ICM)
This course introduces students to the study of all aspects of crime in our society. It takes the student from basic theories in criminology through to in-depth analysis of the main causes of crime and the profiles of criminals. It also incorporates an examination of the Criminal Justice System both in a domestic and international context.
The course has been designed to cater for individuals who wish to increase their understanding of this fascinating and relevant topic. Students will study modern day criminal statistics and identify the particular sections of the community that commit crime and their victims.
EAICS provides the student with up-to date research facilities, with unlimited and reliable WI-FI the student will be able to carry out in depth research to enable them understand the course widely.
- Substantive criminal law
- Actus rues
- Mens rea
- Capacity and incapacitating conditions
- General defenses
- Parties to a crime
- Inchoate offences
- Non-fatal offences against the person
- Theft and related offences
- Criminal damage
- Negligence and strict liability
Course Duration: 6 Months
Exam Body: ICM
Grade: D and Below