WEBINAR: MA in Data Protection and Privacy Law at DCU
The M.A. in Data Protection and Privacy Law is jointly delivered by the DCU School of Computing and the DCU School of Government and Law and offers a choice of two streams (computing or law), based on the prior experience of candidates. It is designed to equip graduates with interdisciplinary training in data protection and privacy. It will give them the legal and technological knowledge necessary to become experts in this increasingly important field. The computing stream will enable them to design, produce and configure high quality systems that deliver solutions to the economy in the fields of data processing, data governance, regulation, audit and digital business.
Exposed to the latest best practice and research at the intersection of law and technology, students will develop a systematic understanding of the rights, responsibilities, pitfalls and appropriate technological solutions required under GDPR and European data protection law. The importance of a developed awareness of professional responsibilities and ethics required is also emphasised.
Join our Live Webinar on August 6th at 2pm to find out more about our M.A. in Data Protection and Privacy Law at DCU.
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