Understand the causes of crime and how society responds to it. Investigate current issues, debates and trends surrounding crime and the criminal justice system. Gain real-world experience volunteering in roles within the criminal justice system and graduate with a qualification in Criminology.
What makes an act a crime? Who is a criminal? Why do people commit crime? How do they stop offending? What makes someone vulnerable to victimisation?
We recognise a Criminology degree is is a diverse area of study and offer you the opportunity to choose from these new specialist course routes:
- BSc (Hons) Criminology (UCAS code M930)
- BSc (Hons) Criminology: Criminology and Criminal Justice (UCAS code M931)
- BSc (Hons) Criminology: Vulnerability and Social Care (UCAS code M932)
- BSc (Hons) Criminology: Inequality and Social Justice (UCAS code M933)
Criminology, Social Sciences
3 years | Full time
- 19 Sep 2022
A typical week studying for a degree in Criminology will include a range of lectures, seminars, workshops, group work, computer-based learning and independent study. You will be assessed by methods such as written coursework, essays, research projects and presentations.
You’ll be given the opportunity to specialise in areas such as Criminal Justice, Vulnerability and Social Care and Inequality and Social Justice.
Throughout your studies, you will have a designated personal tutor and one-to-one support from academic staff at the University to help you develop your skills and get the best out of your assignments.
Only one is required
Our typical offer is:
|French Baccalaureate||12 or above|
|High School Diploma along with one of the following at the required grade – SAT I and SAT II, ACT or Advanced Placement||GPA 3.0 or above|
|Al-Thanawaya Al-Aama (General Secondary Education Certificate) plus an International Foundation Programme with 60% or above||Pass grade|
|Egyptian Baccalaureate||14 or above|