Criminal Justice School – Create a Better World
Rapid advancements in technology have given rise to increased developments in virtually every facet of an economy, whether it’s in terms of infrastructure or the strength of a nation’s institutions. Unfortunately, the flip side of the coin shows an equivalent increase in the level of crime along with law and order issues across the globe, mainly due to lax crime regulation systems and advanced arms and artillery made available to criminals. These circumstances have spurred many a nation into immediate action which includes taking appropriate measures to further secure the future of their populations. In order to counter the demand for experienced and qualified criminal law professionals, numerous educational institutions around the world have incorporated the field of criminal justice in to their course curricula in the hopes of giving aspiring criminologists and law professionals the chance to learn all the tricks of the trade.
OUU’s Criminal Justice Programs
Although the crime rate in the United Arab Emirates is relatively low compared to more highly industrialized nations, the threat of a terrorist attack is a matter of concern. The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) of the Government of Australia advised travelers “to exercise a high degree of caution in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) because of the high threat of terrorist attack”. In addition, incidents of cybercrime are increasing. In 2002, there was a 300% rise in computer hacking within six months. According to experts, the United Arab Emirates is among the top ten countries which are most vulnerable to attack by hackers. These conditions have automatically given rise to the demand for capable and qualified criminal law professionals who are able to handle and counter these challenges head on.
Enter OUU’s Criminal Justice Programs; one of the few programs available on the Web that incorporates all the latest trends and developments taking place in the field of criminal justice in UAE and equips students with the skills and knowledge needed to make an impact in the respective professions. Courses are both taught and explained in a way that broaden a student’s scope of knowledge and opens to him newer avenues to enter.