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Faculty of Law
The aim of this course is to provide a comprehensive introduction to the field of international criminal law, which is taken to include the substantive criminal law (international and transnational crimes), and international criminal procedures (such as extradition, mutual legal assistance, transfer of proceedings, transfer of prisoners, recognition of criminal judgments, etc).
(1) CRJU202 and 45 additional points at 200 level from Schedule C to the Bachelor of Criminal Justice, or(2) LAWS202 and 30 additional points at 200 level from Schedule C to the Bachelor of Criminal Justice.