Comments about MSc in Criminology (Applied) - At the institution - Leicester - Leicestershire
As with the MSc in Criminology the course examines the major theories and policies of crime and criminal justice enabling a critical assessment of developments in the field of criminology. In addition, through the practice placement, students are provided with practical experience enabling them to apply their knowledge of criminology to the work place. Students will learn how to critically appraise research as well as conduct and write up their own study on a topic of their choice.
Entry requirements A first or second class honours degree or an acceptable equivalent professional qualification. Special consideration is given to applications from people with relevant work experience and knowledge.
MSc in Criminology (Applied)
-Understanding Crime or Criminological Perspectives
-Knowledge and Method
-Crime at Work
-Crime, Justice and Psychology
-Current Issues in Clinical Criminology
-Drugs and Crime
-Global Security and Policing
-Racism, Crime and Disorder
-Psychology of Evil
-Crime, Justice and the Law
Teaching and assessment methods
Each course is based on continuous assessment comprising a written assignment of 4,000 words for each module studied. Successful completion of all modules and the dissertation means candidates are
eligible for the MSc.