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University of Saint Mary Online
Leavenworth, USA

Develop human-centered de-escalation practices through the online Bachelor of Arts in Criminology at the University of Saint Mary. As you connect criminology theory and practi ... +

Develop human-centered de-escalation practices through the online Bachelor of Arts in Criminology at the University of Saint Mary. As you connect criminology theory and practice, you will understand more clearly how to effectively deal with different human behaviors and the motivations behind them. -
BA
Part-time
18 months
English
Sep 2022
Online
 
University of Hull
Hull, United Kingdom

Investigate the nature of a crime. Its causes. Its consequences. And join the search for solutions.

Investigate the nature of a crime. Its causes. Its consequences. And join the search for solutions. -
BA
Full-time
3 years
English
Sep 2022
Campus
 
The University of Law Undergraduate Programmes
London, United Kingdom +4 More

Our BA (Hons) Criminology is a three-year degree, aimed at students who are seeking employment in either the criminal justice sector or associated fields. The course is design ... +

Our BA (Hons) Criminology is a three-year degree, aimed at students who are seeking employment in either the criminal justice sector or associated fields. The course is designed by practising criminologists. It has a high level of face-to-face tuition, with a teaching team which includes practising criminologists in some centres. Students will develop an understanding of key criminology concepts and theories, looking at areas such as cybercrime, migration, terrorism, trafficking, mass incarceration and, drugs and the role they play in the Criminal Justice system. -
BA
Full-time
3 years
English
Sep 2022
Campus
 

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University of Lincoln
Lincoln, United Kingdom

Criminologists use theory to explore some of the most contentious issues in contemporary society, working to understand the causes of crime and the way in which criminal justi ... +

Criminologists use theory to explore some of the most contentious issues in contemporary society, working to understand the causes of crime and the way in which criminal justice agencies respond to offenders. The criminological theory forms a key part of this course, enabling students to develop the critical tools needed to understand and explain relevant issues concerning crime, criminality, harm, criminalisation, and criminal justice in contemporary society. -
BA
Full-time
Part-time
3 - 6 years
English
Campus
 
Arden University
Coventry, United Kingdom

Studying Criminology and Law together provides a fascinating approach to two complementary fields in the Social Sciences. As well as gaining a detailed and in-depth understand ... +

Studying Criminology and Law together provides a fascinating approach to two complementary fields in the Social Sciences. As well as gaining a detailed and in-depth understanding of the criminal justice system, you will examine related elements of the legal system and critically analyse their connection with criminal behaviour in terms of the individual and wider society, focusing on the political, psychological and social aspects of criminology. -
BA
Full-time
Part-time
3 - 6 years
English
Oct 2022
Online
 
University of Stirling
Stirling, United Kingdom

Choose our Criminology and Sociology degree and you’ll benefit from studying two closely related disciplines; with training both in criminology and the theory and methods of a ... +

Choose our Criminology and Sociology degree and you’ll benefit from studying two closely related disciplines; with training both in criminology and the theory and methods of applied social science. -
BA
Full-time
Part-time
36 - 48 months
English
Sep 2022
Campus
 
Queen's University Belfast - Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
Belfast, United Kingdom

The BA (Hons) in Criminology provides a unique vantage point to study crime and justice in a society transitioning from conflict. Criminologists are interested in how activiti ... +

The BA (Hons) in Criminology provides a unique vantage point to study crime and justice in a society transitioning from conflict. Criminologists are interested in how activities come to be defined as ‘criminal’ and why definitions and responses to crime vary over time and place. -
BA
Full-time
3 years
English
Sep 2023
30 Jun 2023
Campus
 
St Mary’s University Twickenham, London
Twickenham, United Kingdom

Do you wish to understand the nature of social and political change at global, national and local levels? How about the roles of globalisation, modernity and identity in shapi ... +

Do you wish to understand the nature of social and political change at global, national and local levels? How about the roles of globalisation, modernity and identity in shaping these dynamics? Are you interested in social justice? Criminal justice? Do you wish to understand how, why and whom we punish? Do you wish to examine how crime and society are controlled and by whom? If so, criminology and sociology is the degree for you; exciting, contemporary and relevant. -
BA
Full-time
3 years
English
Sep 2022
Campus
 
University of Westminster
London, United Kingdom

With crime frequently in the news and always an important issue, criminology has never been more relevant. The Criminology BA Honours aims to enthuse, inspire and equip you wi ... +

With crime frequently in the news and always an important issue, criminology has never been more relevant. The Criminology BA Honours aims to enthuse, inspire and equip you with the skills for a successful career in today's competitive job market. Criminology draws on a wide range of human and social science disciplines, and the course has been designed to develop your knowledge and understanding of criminology as an interdisciplinary subject area. It will also equip you with the transferable and cognitive skills necessary for lifelong personal and professional development. Westminster's criminologists are concerned with who commits crimes and how offenders should be punished, but at the heart of criminology are fundamental questions about how 'crime' is defined, how criminal law is made, and how definitions of crime and justice vary historically and cross-culturally. Where better to study this fascinating discipline than in the heart of the UK's policing and criminal justice systems? Contemporary concerns are reflected as the subject engages with globalisation and culture across theoretical, qualitative and empirical domains. Our graduates go on to develop careers in a wide range of sectors, including the police and policing-support organisations, the National Probation Service, local government and crime prevention. -
BA
Full-time
3 - 4 years
English
Sep 2022
Campus