BA Criminal Justice and Criminology course content
Compulsory modules (all modules in Year 1 are compulsory)
- English Legal System
- Introduction to Criminal Justice
- Criminal Justice Study Skills
- Understanding Crime
- Principles of Criminal Law
- Crime and Social Exclusion
- Forensic Psychology
- Sociological Thinking
- Criminological Research Methods
- Victims, Crime and Restorative Justice
- Youth Crime and Justice
- Long Dissertation
In Years 2 and 3 you can choose from a wide variety of modules offered by the School of Law and other departments within the University.
Popular modules include:
- Crime Prevention and Community Safety
- War Crimes and Genocide
- Criminal Law
- Forensic Process
- Terrorism and the Law
- Violent and Sexually Offending Young People
- Drugs: Society, Politics & Policy
- Urban Disorders, Social Divisions and Social Control
- Organised Crime, Violence and the State
- Globalisation and the Sex Trade
- Interpersonal Violence
- Protests and Social Movements
- Madness and Murder
- Welfare and Crime: Continuity, Conflict and Change
UCAS code: MM29.
Number of places: Typically 55.
3 years full-time.
AAB at A2 level (under review for 2012 entry).
Full entry requirements
UK/EU student fees
£9,000 per year full-time.
International student fees
£12,500 per year full-time.
Full finance information
Faculty of Education, Social Sciences and Law
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