What drives people to behave in certain ways? What does it mean to be a criminal? Why do individuals commit crimes? This inter-disciplinary criminology and psychology degree programme includes modules on crime and society, the criminal justice system, and contemporary inequities.
This course is suitable for students who wish to study both disciplines and serves as a springboard for future professional ambitions. While pursuing a degree in criminology and psychology, you’ll want to comprehend the world of social values and behaviours by establishing a firm foundation in both disciplines.
This degree programme takes students on a genuine journey, beginning with investigating theories behind criminal behaviour and ending with a comprehension of how criminal behaviour is dealt with in the legal system. If you’re interested in arguing and discussing society’s ideas and criminal influences, this could be your ideal course.
A high school diploma or equivalent qualifications in two subjects at GCE A level plus passes at grade C or above in three subjects at GCSE level. If you are not an English native speaker, you will be required to provide us with a proof of English language level equivalent to IELTS 6.0 or above.
If you have questions about your eligibility for the course or are unsure if your existing qualifications meet the entry requirements, use the form on this page to contact the university. They will assess your background and advise on your options and application.
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