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Nottingham Trent University School of Social Sciences - Undergraduate

This engaging British Psychology Society (BPS) accredited course combines a comprehensive training in Psychology with the study of criminal behavior, types of crime and k ... [+]

BSc (Hons) Psychology with Criminology

Our students would recommend us! In the latest National Student Survey, 94% of our recent BSc (Hons) Psychology students would recommend studying at NTU. (National Student Survey 2017).

Our British Psychological Society (BPS) accredited degree explores the secrets of what makes us human, what it means to be alive and why we behave in the ways we do.

This course covers all the core areas of Psychology stipulated by the British Psychological Society (BPS) curriculum. You'll explore the human being, the workings of the brain, the processes and mechanisms of human thinking, feeling and behavior and how psychologists, psychological research, and therapy can make a tangible and positive difference to people's lives and society.... [-]

United Kingdom Nottingham
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University of Greenwich

Forensic science is the application of scientific techniques, to help answer questions raised in the court of law and in relation to either civil or criminal cases. A fo ... [+]

BSc Forensic Science (Hons) Forensic science is the application of scientific techniques, to help answer questions raised in the court of law and in relation to either civil or criminal cases. A forensic scientist will examine items of potential evidential value and then ultimately present their findings in court. They will use a wide range of analytical techniques to help them interpret the samples and discover the truth.At the University of Greenwich, students are taught a varied range of core scientific modules by staff from the School of Science, these include Human Molecular Biology, Forensic Geosciences, and Skills in Crime Scene Examination, Evidence Recovery and Law. Regular laboratory sessions, practical simulations (in the crime scene room) and external seminars supported by experienced forensic practitioners who provide an insight into the world of present-day forensic science are a key feature of the degree. One of our unique offerings is that all our students receive membership to the Forensic Science Society paid for by the university. With a forensic science degree, you will receive high-quality, broad-based scientific training that will not restrict you when choosing your career. Both the theoretical and practical teaching given broadens the vital transferable skills that are needed for a successful career, not only in the forensic science industry but also the pharmaceutical, chemistry and biological industry sectors.The aims of the degree are:... [-]

United Kingdom London
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University of Greenwich

This programme was developed to meet the industry demand for IT security specialists with the knowledge and skills to conduct forensic analysis of modern computer systems ... [+]

BSc Computer Security and Forensics (Hons)This programme was developed to meet the industry demand for IT security specialists with the knowledge and skills to conduct forensic analysis of modern computer systems. You will be provided with a thorough grounding in computer science, computer and communication systems, software development and managing security within an organization. Course content will cover the security needs of networks, users, and applications, together with computer crime, police and forensic methods, and legal requirements for collecting evidence. You will have the opportunity to develop personal and professional skills enabling you to communicate effectively and make a positive contribution in the workplace across a variety of roles and a wide range of organizations.Students can take industrial examinations such as Cisco, Microsoft, and Oracle Java certifications and develop valuable personal and professional skills. All students are automatically enrolled as student members of the British Computer Society the chartered bodies responsible for establishing and maintaining technical and ethical standards in the profession.The aims of the programme are:... [-]

United Kingdom London
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University of Greenwich

The BSc (Hons) Criminology & Criminal Psychology programme at Greenwich offers a unique fusion of two of the most exciting and relevant contemporary academic discipli ... [+]

Please note that the information on this site relates to the programme commencing in September 2016.

The BSc (Hons) Criminology & Criminal Psychology programme at Greenwich offers a unique fusion of two of the most exciting and relevant contemporary academic disciplines on offer at British universities. It provides a clear introduction to, and rigorous grounding in, both criminology and criminal psychology (subjects that have grown significantly over the past decade and are now recognised as specialist areas of knowledge in their own right), together with law, social policy, criminal justice and social welfare.

Please note that this programme does not provide British Psychological Society recognition. Currently, the university’s Department of Psychology, Social Work & Counselling offers a conversion MSc Psychology degree that confers Graduate Basis for Chartered Membership of the British Psychological Society to successful graduates from the university’s BSc (Hons) Criminology & Criminal Psychology degree programme who are accepted on to, and who complete successfully, the MSc Psychology degree. ... [-]

United Kingdom London
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Staffordshire University

On our Forensic Science degree, you'll develop your scientific expertise as well as advanced analytical, problem-solving and transferable skills. The course is ideal if y ... [+]

BSc Forensic Science

On our Forensic Science degree, you'll develop your scientific expertise as well as advanced analytical, problem-solving and transferable skills. The course is ideal if you're interested the application of science within the criminal justice system.

Course outline

This course - accredited by the Chartered Society of Forensic Sciences - will prepare you for a career in crime scene investigation, forensic labs, technical management, consultancy, research, and development or media and public service.

The course is very practically orientated so you'll have the chance to put theory into practice. You'll get hands-on use of a wide range of instruments and techniques covering all areas of forensic science. These may include:... [-]

United Kingdom Stoke-on-Trent
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Letterkenny Institute of Technology

Did you know that if your PC has a broadband connection it is being probed by unauthorized users many times a day? Ireland is the worlds largest exporter of Computer Soft ... [+]

Bachelor of Science in Computing with Computer Security and Digital Forensics

CAO Code: LY737

LYIT internal code: LY_KCSDF_D

Standard Code Places: 36

National Framework Level: 7

Award Type: Major

Awarding Body: LYIT, under Delegated Authority from HETAC

Is this Programme for Me?

Did you know that if your PC has a broadband connection it is being probed by unauthorized users many times a day? Did you that your computer is quite possibly a "zombie" machine awaiting activation for some nefarious purpose? Or that deleting files and history logs on your machine is a very poor way to hide your tracks, and that a trained forensics professional can easily recover this data? Or that identity theft is no longer just in the realms of science fiction?... [-]

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Glasgow Caledonian University - The School of Engineering and Built Environment

Study Forensic Investigation and choose from careers in criminal investigation, environmental protection, forensic science or chemical research. Graduate with a chemistry ... [+]

Forensic Investigators produce evidence that can be used in a court of law. This programme will provide you with the knowledge and hands-on experience of scientific methods for the investigation and solving of crimes.

GCU has recently invested more than £1.5 million to create state-of-the-art chemistry and biology laboratories where students gain invaluable practical experience in using modern instruments, such as a DNA analyser, ultra powerful microscopes and mass spectrometers.

This programme provides you with a firm grasp of the theoretical and practical aspects of the chemical and biological sciences, with forensic staff consultancy casework discussed throughout. You will have the opportunity to spend up to a year at one of our partner institutions in Europe or the USA.... [-]

United Kingdom Glasgow
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Glasgow Caledonian University - The School of Engineering and Built Environment

The National Cyber Security Strategy makes clear the need for Digital Security professionals who can help identify and prosecute illegal computer hacks. Study digital for ... [+]

With today's advancing technologies comes the increasing threat of cybercrime. The National Cyber Security Strategy makes clear the importance of good network defenses in securing the UK. GCU has developed a suite of programmes which provide the opportunity to be at the forefront of defending cyberspace from sophisticated malicious attacks and future threats.

Digital Security and Forensics develop the theory and practical skills of how illegal computer attacks are performed and how to counteract them, explores the nature of digital evidence and focuses on the law and issues surrounding computer crime. It equips graduates with technical, analytical and evaluation skills in all areas of digital forensic investigation, including ethical hacking, intrusion, detection, data recovery, and security systems.... [-]

United Kingdom Glasgow
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London South Bank University

Accredited by The Chartered Society of Forensic Sciences, this degree is focused on applying scientific techniques to the investigation of crime. Offered on a full-time b ... [+]

Proven results

This course covers crime scene analysis and the interpretation of evidence. Theory is matched by practical work and at each level, there is the opportunity to pursue your own investigations.

Why Forensic Science at LSBU? Great teaching: Staff members are experts in their respective fields - and rated by students as - No.1 university in London for Teaching in Forensic Science (National Students Survey 2016). Accredited by The Chartered Society of Forensic Sciences. No.2 London modern university for research quality in Forensic Science (Complete University Guide League Table, 2018). Close professional links with police and fire services, who regularly provide guest lecturers. Our specialized facilities have an extensive range of analytical instrumentation dedicated to forensic science students. Accreditations Key course information - ordered by mode Mode Duration Start Date Location Full-time 3 years September Southwark Campus Modules ... [-]
United Kingdom London
September 2019
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3 years
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London South Bank University

Undergraduate BSc (Hons) Criminology with Psychology degree course; first steps to working in probation, policing, prison service and social support services. ... [+]

Partners in crime

Why do people commit crimes? How does the criminal mind work? In a world increasingly fascinated by the nature of crime and justice, this degree offers a contemporary view of crime and criminal justice within the context of the scientific study of human thought and behavior.

We provide the practical experience employers demand - career areas include probation, policing, the prison service, NGOs, local authorities, the voluntary sector, youth offending teams, teaching, social work, and administration.

We offer the opportunity for all undergraduate Home/EU students to undertake a work placement, internship or work experience while studying a full-time course starting in September 2019.... [-]

United Kingdom London
September 2019
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3 - 5 years
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London South Bank University

Undergraduate BSc (Hons) Criminology course; preparing you to work in probation, policing and the prison service. ... [+]

Crime complex

You will examine how complex interactions between the state, the offender, the victim and the public lead particular acts to be framed as crimes while others are not. On this course, you’ll think critically about how laws and offenders are made and who avoids criminalization and why. Explore criminological theory and engage in debates about the problem of crime, criminal justice policy and the impact of crime in contemporary society.

We provide the practical experience employers demand - career areas include probation, policing, the prison service, NGOs, local authorities, the voluntary sector, youth offending teams, teaching, social work, and administration.

We offer the opportunity for all undergraduate Home/EU students to undertake a work placement, internship or work experience while studying a full-time course starting in September 2019.... [-]

United Kingdom London
September 2019
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3 - 5 years
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University of Gloucestershire

Our course has an applied focus, with opportunities to work with the police and to investigate. You'll engage with the everyday experiences of dealing with crime: the imp ... [+]

Our course has an applied focus, with opportunities to work with the police and to investigate. You'll engage with the everyday experiences of dealing with crime: the impacts on the victim, the implications for society, forensic investigation, policing in the community, the workings of the criminal justice system, and approaches to preventing and deterring criminal behavior. Explore the causes and implications of different types of crime, including environmental crime, homicide, terrorism, organized crime, domestic violence and crimes against humanity.

You’ll investigate mock crime scenes, collecting and analyzing evidence and discovering how it is presented in court. You will have access to a forensic interviewing suite and virtual reality equipment to study issues such as the reliability of eye-witness testimony. Our lecturers include a leading expert who advises the police on domestic violence and homicide and makes regular media appearance including BBC One’s Panorama.... [-]

United Kingdom Cheltenham
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The University of Law Undergraduate Programmes

The BSc (Hons) Professional Policing 3 year degree* will provide you with professional knowledge of the ethics, skills and attitudes that are critical to twenty-first cen ... [+]

BSc (Hons) Professional Policing* (*Subject to validation)

The BSc (Hons) Professional Policing 3 year degree* will provide you with professional knowledge of the ethics, skills and attitudes that are critical to twenty-first century policing. The course has been designed to meet the requirements of the College of Policing National Curriculum for the role of a Police Constable under the National Policing Education Qualifications Framework. Subject to validation, The University of Law will be offering the Pre-join Degree in Professional Policing - a qualification recognised by police services that is achieved prior to recruitment.

A range of key topics will be studied in the area of crime, criminology, law, terrorism, associated psychology, sociology and criminal investigation. You will also learn through realistic scenarios and the use of a crime suite. The course is enriched by optional modules, giving you the opportunity to look deeper into issues such as Cybercrime or Forensic and Criminal Psychology. This course is perfect for students with an interest in working in policing, security or the criminal justice sector, or looking to study at Masters level. Please note: the degree has a currency of 5 years following graduation for recruitment into policing and you must still apply to the police force and satisfy their eligibility criteria. Interested students should contact the Police Service for more information.... [-]

United Kingdom London Birmingham Leeds
September 2019
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The University of Law Undergraduate Programmes

Our BSc (Hons) Professional Policing with Foundation Year* is a 4-year degree which will provide you with professional knowledge of the ethics, skills and attitudes that ... [+]

BSc (Hons) Professional Policing with Foundation Year* (*Subject to validation)

Our BSc (Hons) Professional Policing with Foundation Year* is a 4-year degree which will provide you with professional knowledge of the ethics, skills and attitudes that are critical to twenty-first century policing. The course has been designed to meet the requirements of the College of Policing National Curriculum for the role of a Police Constable under the National Policing Education Qualifications Framework. Subject to validation, The University of Law will be offering the Pre-join Degree in Professional Policing - a qualification recognised by police services that is achieved prior to recruitment. A range of key topics will be studied in the area of crime, criminology, law, terrorism, associated psychology, sociology and criminal investigation. You will also learn through realistic scenarios and the use of a crime suite. The course is enriched by optional modules, giving you the opportunity to look deeper into issues such as Cybercrime or Forensic and Criminal Psychology. This course is perfect for students with an interest in working in policing, security or the criminal justice sector, or looking to study at Masters level. The first year is a Foundation year which you will study alongside our LLB (Law) students and is taught by our law tutors. This first year focuses on developing the key skills required to undertake degree level study. The subsequent three years then follow our full-time BSc (Hons) Professional Policing* degree course.... [-]

United Kingdom London Birmingham Leeds
September 2019
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4 years
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