POLICE MANAGEMENT (BA)

Programs of study > Undergraduate > POLICE MANAGEMENT (BA)
  • DEPARTMENTBusiness & Police Studies
  • CAMPUSNicosia, Limassol
  • DURATION4 Years
  • LANGUAGEEnglish
  • ECTS Credits240

Final Higher Education Qualification:

Bachelor in Police Management 

The Program of Study is Accredited by the CY.Q.A.A. (Foreas) with Government Subsidy.
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Learning Outcomes
Admission Policy
Grading System
Semester Breakdown
Academic Staff

This program will equip students with the theoretical, technical and empirical background necessary for the fight against crime and how to effectively manage a security unit. The program will develop critical appreciation of the relationship between the individual and social aspects of crime and victimization and the police response to these issues. The program will utilize a variety of teaching and learning techniques in order to develop a range of transferable academic and practical skills. This programme has been designed for students intending to pursue a career in law enforcement agencies in public and private sectors.

  1. To define the theoretical, technical and empirical background of policing and criminology necessary for the fight against crime and how to effectively manage efficiently a security unit.
  2. To outline the principles which influence responses to crime both in theory and in practice, including restorative justice programmes as well as the punitive measures at the disposal of the legal system.
  3. To examine the social, historical, cultural and political contexts in which crimes are committed and constructed and in which policy responses to offenders and victims are produced.
  4. To integrate critical thinking on social, police, criminology and other the related fields.
  5. To evaluate and apply practical research skills and undertake independent research project work in the field of policing and criminology.
  6. To validate the student’s analytical, decision-making and communication competencies together with those qualities of self-reliance, responsibility, integrity and self-awareness which will promote personal achievement and contribution to law enforcement organizations.
  • A recognized Secondary School Leaving Certificate 
  • Proof of English language.

A system of continuous (course work) which is 50% and final Exams which is 50% and the Passing mark is 50%, as follows:

  • During the semester, the instructor evaluates the students through a) Course Work which consists of: Tests, assignments, individual or group project, mid-term exams and / or other tests. The average of the scores is the continuous assessment score.
  • The final examination is carried out at the end of the semester.
  • The Passing mark is: 50%

A Semester

Α/Α

Course Code & Name

Weekly Periods

Duration

No. Of Weeks

Teaching hours per semester

ECTS per semester

Theory

Lab

1

CRM 101

Introduction to Criminology

3

50

14

42

6

2

CRM 102

Introduction to Criminal Justice

3

50

14

42

6

3

CRM 103

Victimology

3

50

14

42

6

4

POL 101

Introduction to Police Studies

3

50

14

42

6

5

POL102

Communication Skills for Police Personnel    

3

50

14

42

6

 

B Semester

Α/Α

Course Code & Name

Weekly Periods

Duration

No. Of Weeks

Teaching hours per semester

ECTS per semester

Theory

Lab

1

CRM 121

Criminal Law

3

50

14

42

6

2

CRM 120

Private Security

3

50

14

42

6

3

SOC 101

Principles of Sociology

3

50

14

42

6

4

POL103

Policing and Police Powers

3

50

14

42

6

5

MTH 121

Statistics I

3

50

14

42

6

 

C Semester

Α/Α

Course Code & Name

Weekly Periods

Duration

No. Of Weeks

Teaching hours per semester

ECTS per semester

Theory

Lab

1

CRM 145

Hate Crimes

3

50

14

42

6

2

CRM 203

Correctional Systems

3

50

14

42

6

3

CRM 201

Juvenile Delinquency

3

50

14

42

6

4

MTH 102

Statistics II

3

50

14

42

6

5

CRM 202

Research Methods for Crime Scientists

3

50

14

42

6

D Semester

Α/Α

Course Code & Name

Weekly Periods

Duration

No. Of Weeks

Teaching hours per semester

ECTS per semester

Theory

Lab

1

CRM 205

Criminal Investigation

3

50

14

42

6

2

CRM 235

Addictions and Crime

3

50

14

42

6

3

CRM 210

Ethics in Criminal Justice

3

50

14

42

6

4

POL 210

Police Psychology

3

50

14

42

6

5

MGT 323

Introduction to Management

3

50

14

42

6

 

E Semester

Α/Α

Course Code & Name

Weekly Periods

Duration

No. Of Weeks

Teaching hours per semester

ECTS per semester

Theory

Lab

1

CRM 313

Internet and Crime

3

50

14

42

6

2

CRM 306

Global Security

3

50

14

42

6

3

CRM315

Criminal Profiling

3

50

14

42

6

4

CRM 314

Crime, Media and Culture

3

50

14

42

6

5

ENG 302

Advanced English

3

50

14

42

6

 

F Semester

Α/Α

Course Code & Name

Weekly Periods

Duration

No. Of Weeks

Teaching hours per semester

ECTS per semester

Theory

Lab

1

CRM 320

Interviewing Methods

3

50

14

42

6

2

CRM 302

Crime Prevention

3

50

14

42

6

3

POL 410

Police Organization and Administration

3

50

14

42

6

4

 

Free Elective

3

50

14

42

6

5

RUS 101 / GRE 101

Russian / Greek Language

3

50

14

42

6

G Semester

Α/Α

Course Code & Name

Weekly Periods

Duration

No. Of Weeks

Teaching hours per semester

ECTS per semester

Theory

Lab

1

CRM 461

Terrorism

3

50

14

42

6

2

CRM 420

Organized Crime

3

50

14

42

6

3

BUS 415

Human Resource Management

3

50

14

42

6

4

CRM 422

Analyzing Homicide

3

50

14

42

6

5

CRM 404

Final Project – Thesis I

3

50

14

42

6

 

H Semester

Α/Α

Course Code & Name

Weekly Periods

Duration

No. Of Weeks

Teaching hours per semester

ECTS per semester

Theory

Lab

1

POL 411

Police Corruption

3

50

14

42

6

2

BUS 302

Business Ethics

3

50

14

42

6

3

 

Free Elective

3

50

14

42

6

4

POL 421

Police Intelligence

3

50

14

42

6

5

CRM 405

Final Project – Thesis II

3

50

14

42

6

 

Electives

Α/Α

Course Code & Name

Weekly Periods

Duration

No. Of Weeks

Teaching hours per semester

ECTS per semester

Theory

Lab

1

PA 301

Introduction to Public Administration

3

50

14

42

6

2

CAS 107

Casino Surveillance and Security

3

50

14

42

6

3

BUS 301

Organizational Behaviour

3

50

14

42

6

4

BUS 418

Public Relations

3

50

14

42

6

 

Nicosia Campus

Professors Name

Qualifications

E-mail

Christina Agathangelou

Head of the Program

MSc Cyber Crime & E-Investigation

BSc Applied Criminology with Forensic Studies

[email protected]

 

Dr. Nicos Rodosthenous

PhD Business – Tourism, MSc Business Management,

BA Religion, Diploma in Marketing, 

Fellow of Sales & Marketing Management Institute, Member of The Chartered Institute of Transport, International Travel Consultant IATA

[email protected]

 

Dr. Pavlos Panayi

PhD Data Communications (New York City University New York, NY) MBA Business Administration (New York City University New York, NY) B.Sc. in Computer Science (New York Institute of Technology)  U.K.

[email protected]

 

Dr. Nikolas Karfakis

PhD Management (University of Leicester), MSc Management (University of Leicester), BA Business Economics (University of Glamorgan), Accounting (TEI Argiroupolis)

[email protected]

 

Dr. Eleana Fitidou

PhD Criminal Justice & Security Risk Management

MSc Forensic Science in Crime Investigation

MSc Criminology

BA Criminology

[email protected]

Dr. Pavlos Evangelides

PhD in Applied Mathematics, University of Bradford, United Kingdom

Eng. Information and Communication systems, University of Aegean, Greece

[email protected]

 

Dr. Susana Peppi

Bachelor in Philosophy (University of Cyprus)

ΜΑ in Classical Literature (The University of Nottingham)

PhD Classica Studies (University of Cyprus)

[email protected]

 

Kyriaki Iesou

MA in Applied Linguistics (The Open University), BA English and Educational Studies (Keele University)

[email protected]

 

Estelia Savvidou

MSc Criminology

LLB Law

[email protected]

 

Dr. (C) Panayiotou Nagia

 

 

PhD (C) in Human Rights of Homosexuals – European University

LLM, LLB Law Nicosia University

[email protected]

Constantinos Michael

MSc in Psychological Research Methods, MSc in Psychology: Clinical Psychology, BSc in Psychology

[email protected]

 

Evanthia Papachristoforou

Master of Science (MSc) in Marketing, (Distinction)

Glasgow Caledonian University, U.K.

Bachelor of Arts (Hons) Degree in Public Relations with specialization in Marketing,

The Philips College, Cyprus.

[email protected]

 

Ioannis Michael

MA in Teaching Russian as a Foreign Language

Tver State University, faculty of Russian Philology

BA in Russian Language and Literature Erevan State University.

[email protected]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Limassol Campus

Professors Name

Qualifications

E-mail

Christina Agathangelou

Head of the Program

MSc Cyber Crime & E-Investigation

BSc Applied Criminology with Forensic Studies

[email protected]

 

Dr. Nicos Rodosthenous

PhD Business – Tourism, MSc Business Management,

BA Religion, Diploma in Marketing, 

Fellow of Sales & Marketing Management Institute, Member of The Chartered Institute of Transport, International Travel Consultant IATA

[email protected]

 

Dr. Pavlos Panayi

PhD Data Communications (New York City University New York, NY) MBA Business Administration (New York City University New York, NY) B.Sc. in Computer Science (New York Institute of Technology)  U.K.

[email protected]

 

Dr. Iosif Kafkalas

PhD in Economics – University of Crete

Visiting Scholar – University of Maryland

MSc in Economics, Athens – University of Economics & Business

B.A. In Economics – University of Crete

[email protected]

Dr. Savvi Antoniou

PhD in Language Sciences – Linguistics – Universite de Bourgogne – Dijon – France

Master in French – Universite de Bourgogne – France

MA in Modern English Language – Huddersfield University

BA In French Language and Literature – Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

[email protected]

Dr. Amvrosios Prodromou

Doctorate in Business Administration – Swiss Management University- Switzerland.

Master in Business Administration –St. Mark and St. John University –Plymouth UK.

Bachelors in Business Administration – European Institute of Education.

Professional Postgraduate Diploma in Business Administration – NCFE UK

 

[email protected]

Dr. Ifigenia Efthymiou

PhD on Statistics – University of Aegean

Master’s Degree “Statistics and Data Analysis – University of Aegean

BSc, Department of Statistics and Actuarial – Financial Mathematics – University of Aegean

 

[email protected]

Dr. Aristoniki Theodosiou

PhD In Psychology – Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, MSc In Finance & Maritime Studies – Cyprus University of Technology, MSc In Art Psychotherapy – The Arts & Psychotherapy Center of Athens, MSc In Total Quality Management & Innorative Implementations of Education – Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, (Pgp) In Counseling Psychology – North College & University of London, Bachelor In Psychology – Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

[email protected]

Dr. Eleana Fitidou

PhD Criminal Justice & Security Risk Management

MSc Forensic Science in Crime Investigation

MSc Criminology

BA Criminology

[email protected]

Dr. Kalli Drousioti

PhD in E ducational Physolophy University of Nicosia – MA in Education – University of Nicosia

BA in History & Archaelogy – University of Cyprus

 

Estelia Savvidou

MSc Criminology

LLB Law

[email protected]

 

Dr. (C) Panayiotou Nagia

 

 

PhD (C) in Human Rights of Homosexuals – European University

LLM, LLB Law Nicosia University

[email protected]

Ioannis Michael

MA in Teaching Russian as a Foreign Language

Tver State University, faculty of Russian Philology

BA in Russian Language and Literature Erevan State University.

[email protected]

 

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