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MA in Criminology (Research Training Pathway)

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  • Entry requirements
    Designed for those who wish to study for a PhD or pursue research careers within the criminal justice field, this includes a thorough training in research methodology as well as grounding in criminology and criminal justice. It has ESRC 1+3 status.
  • Academic Title
    MA in Criminology (Research Training Pathway)
  • Course description
    Course structure
    All students take 120 credits of coursework. Course work is divided between core research training modules (including Research Methods in Criminology) and optional modules either in criminology or research training. A separate booklet (the CASS postgraduate module handbook) provides more information on all core and optional modules currently available for CASS postgraduate students.

    Core modules

    -Computing with SPSS
    -The Research Interview
    -Quantitative Data Analysis
    -Research Methods in Criminology
    -Questionnaire Design and Survey Management
    -Qualitative Data Analysis

    Optional modules

    -Contemporary Imprisonment
    -Crime, Deviance and Social Control I
    -Crime, Deviance and Social Control II
    -Criminal Justice
    -Gender and Crime
    -History of Crime
    -Ethnographic Practice
    -Theorising about Crime
    -Victims of Crime
    -Media and Crime
    -Philosophical Issues in the Social Sciences
    -Central Issues in Applied Social Sciences

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