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Undergraduate Studies in Criminology

The BSc in Criminology equips students to engage in debates, research and campaigning within the criminal justice system. Developed in close association with the Institute for Criminal Policy Research, it offers modules spanning the fields of criminology and psychology, the intersections of criminal law and criminological theory and offers a range of opportunities for students to develop subject-specific and transferable skills. To support students working during the day in the criminal justice field, or who have day time family and other commitments, all classes are taught during the evenings.

Special programme features:

Links with the long-established Institute for Criminal Policy Research (ICPR)

BSc Full-Time Degree programme is studied over three years, and is ideal for:

  1. a prospective student whose work, family or other commitments makes evening study desirable;
  2. a prospective student who does not intend to engage in paid or voluntary employment for more than 20 hour a week during term time;
  3. an international student subject to tier 4 visa requirements;
  4. an EU student;
  5. a student who wishes to study a criminology programme within an environment of advanced research in the field of criminal justice policy;
  6. a student interested in studying options on policing, organised crime, and imprisonment and justice can study modules such as Crime and Science, Imprisonment and Justice, and Youth Crime and Justice.

Example timetable

BSc part time Degree programme is studied over four years, and is ideal for:

  1. a prospective student whose work, family or other commitments makes evening study desirable
  2. a prospective student who is in full time paid or voluntary employment , or who engages in paid or voluntary employment for more than 20 hours a week during term time.
  3. a prospective student who is unable to study for more than three evenings a week
  4. a prospective student who seeks a qualifying law degree in order to enhance employment prospects in an existing job within the field of criminal justice
  5. a student who wishes to study a criminology programme within an environment of advanced research in the field of criminal justice policy
  6. a student interested in studying options on policing, organised crime and imprisonment and justice can study modules such as Crime and Science, Imprisonment and Justice, and Youth Crime and Justice.

Example timetable

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