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BA Criminology and Psychology

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  • Objectives
    This combined Honours course gives you the opportunity to specialise in two strongly linked disciplines, providing you with a greater career choice and a range of highly transferable skills. You will develop an understanding of the key areas of criminology and psychology. As the crime problems today become an increasingly central focus, you will acquire the methodological skills and theoretical tools that criminology practitioners use, and study specific ways of understanding people and their behaviour.
  • Entry requirements
    You should have A level 200 points, BC-CCC from two A-levels; or adv GNVQ-Merit; or BTEC ND/C eight merits and four distinctions; or Access course pass. Applications are welcome from mature students and from students with overseas and European qualifications.
  • Academic Title
    BA Criminology and Psychology
  • Course description
    Course structure

    Joint Honours involves four modules at each level in Criminology, and four in Psychology.

    Level 1

        * Introduction to Criminology
        * Introduction to the Criminal Justice System
        * Social Psychology and Personality
        * Developmental Psychology I
        * Cognitive Psychology I

    Level 2

        * Crime in Context
        * Measuring Crime
        * Interpreting Crime and Criminals
        * Law, Justice and Society
        * Gender and Crime
        * Crime and the Media
        * Cognitive Psychology II
        * Individual Differences
        * Social Psychology
        * Developmental Psychology II

    Level 3

        * Crime Control
        * Power, Violence and the State
        * Popular Resistance
        * Punishment and Modern Society
        * Serious and Serial Offenders
        * T he Criminology of Pleasure
        * Forensic Psychology
        * Atypical Development
        * Abnormal Psychology
        * Health Psychology
        * Special Topics in Social Psychology
        * Occupational Psychology

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