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¿Qué aprenderé?

- Become proficient at using both sociological and criminological approaches to solve complex problems in real casework on cold cases and case reviews- Consider in-depth many aspects of human experience, including the sociology of deviance, social activism, and the context of crime- Learn from a teaching team with wide ranging practitioner experience offering genuine insight into the criminal justice system- Benefit from interactive and practical teaching approaches that bring theory and practice to life- Our campus is friendly and compact with a community feel, offering first-class, sustainable facilities for learning and teaching.Criminology has never been concerned solely with crime. Criminologists have always wanted to define the nature of crime and explain its social causes. Although you learn a lot about both criminology and sociology on our joint honours programme, the unique value of its interdisciplinary approach is that it provides deeper insights into the nature and origin of crime.Over three years, you learn to apply both sociological and criminological theories to complex problems. You learn about the relationship of social inequalities and divisions to crime and deviance, and analyse the best ways to control crime. These might include new policing methods, but also potential changes to housing, welfare and education policies. Or it might mean developing new strategies for the work of the prison and probation services.Year 1 is foundational and you are introduced to the key theories, concepts and perspectives within both criminology and sociology. These include Communities, Identities and Crime, and Social Policy.In Year 2, you can focus on a range of sociological themes, such as human rights, youth studies, race, migration, the environment and climate change, while also studying criminological theory. You also develop an understanding of applied research skills and knowledge.In Year 3, you explore more specialised aspects and undertake research into a topic of your choice to write a dissertation within either criminology or sociology. But there are also more opportunities to follow up a range of special interests, from Crime and Deviance, to Globalised Crime: Organised Crime and Cyber Crime in criminology, and from Substance Use and Misuse, to Ideology, Conflict and Terrorism, in sociology.The interdisciplinary approach makes this degree suitable for many professions. You acquire sharp research and analytical skills and a broad social scientific base from which to explore a range of job opportunities. Graduates find careers in health and social care, education, marketing and PR, management and human resources, as well as the public sector, including agencies within the criminal justice system.

¿En cuál departamento estoy?

Department of Applied Criminology and Forensic Studies

Opciones de estudio

a tiempo completo (3 )

Costos de estudio
Información no disponible
Fecha de inicio

11 Septiembre 2023

Lugar

Main Site

Sparkford Road,

Winchester,

Hampshire,

SO22 4NR, England

Requerimiento de entrada

Para estudiantes de Estados Unidos

Students need SAT I with a minimum balanced score of 1250. They will also need high school diploma with a good GPA. A combination of subject related AP and SAT II may also be eligible for entry into our undergraduate degrees. AP or SAT II scores will be a pre-requisite for entry into certain subjects.

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

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