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¿Qué aprenderé?

Our course gives you an excellent understanding of the global patterns increasingly found in criminal justice policies and criminal offences. We take a social view of crime, a view which links crime to issues of power, resources, rights, (in)equality, governance and culture. This leads us to ask, for example, why certain groups of people are more likely than others to become offenders, why certain kinds of offenders are more likely than others to be caught, how some governments commit ‘state crime’ and why so many people are simultaneously fearful of, yet fascinated by, crime.Crucially, you also have the opportunity to spend either a term or a full academic year studying in the United States, so you can explore and become immersed in American culture.The degree is built to be extremely flexible and student-led, and as you progress through the course you can choose from an enormous range of options from across the humanities and social sciences, including:- Contemporary social issues, such as the struggles for racial justice- The legacies of slavery and the civil rights movement- Environmental protection of the ‘wilderness’ of the Far West- Native American histories and rights- Organised crime, surveillance and counter-terrorism- Environmental harm- Visual criminology- Social history and crimeBased within our Interdisciplinary Studies Centre (ISC), American studies offers a truly multidisciplinary approach, giving you knowledge of the many ways to understand key areas of the American experience. You draw on multiple perspectives in order to reach a deeper understanding of the world we inhabit, opening up exciting possibilities to discover the American continent. The cities, vast open plains, mountains and deserts shape diverse and intriguing ways of life.By encouraging you to think and operate across traditional boundaries, our course has produced confident, assertive and intelligent graduates who have become successful in many professional fields.Our criminology modules are taught by our Department of Sociology, which is rated Top 10 in the UK for research quality (REF 2014).

¿En cuál departamento estoy?

Interdisciplinary Studies Centre

Opciones de estudio

a tiempo completo (3 )

Costos de estudio
£17.700,00 (US$ 21.430) por año
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Fecha de inicio

5 Octubre 2023

Lugar

Colchester Campus

University of Essex,

Wivenhoe Park,

Colchester,

Essex,

CO4 3SQ, England

Requerimiento de entrada

Para estudiantes de Estados Unidos

Students need to have 23 in ACT plus High School Graduation Diploma with GPA 3.0; SATR with a minimum of 1100 out of 1600 with 550 in each test plus High School Graduation Diploma with GPA 3.0, or; Minimum of 3 APTs with two at 3 or above and one at 4 or above plus High School Graduation Diploma with GPA 3.0.

Puede haber diferentes requisitos de IELTS en función del curso elegido.

AÑADIR A MIS FAVORITOS

Acerca de University of Essex

En Essex, los estudiantes aprenden a pensar diferente, encuentran nuevas formas de hacer las cosas y adoptan nuevas técnicas para resolver problemas.

  • Líderes académicos en un medio de investigación intensiva
  • Cursos preparatorios, carreras de pregrado y posgrado
  • Cursos flexibles, los estudiantes estudian lo que les interesa
  • Universidad internacionalmente diversa

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