Criminology, Communities and Criminal Justice

Course Overview - Criminology, Communities and Criminal Justice

Criminology is the study of crime and the social and psychological constructions of crime. As an interdisciplinary social science subject, criminology draws on a range of perspectives, for example: criminal justice, sociology, psychology, law and social policy. Criminology aims to go beyond our common-sense assumptions and explore the complex and contentious nature of crime and criminal justice. On this course students will explore a number of the following criminological topics including: honour based violence, football hooliganism, gangs, cyber crime, child criminality, immigratio...

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Course Information

Study Mode

Full-time

Duration

2 Years

Start Date

16/09/2024

Campus

Barnsley College Higher Education Church Street Campus

Course Address
Church Street
Barnsley
S70 2AN
England

Application Details

Course Code

CCCJ

Institution Code

B13

Points of Entry

Year 1

Entry Requirements

Pearson BTEC Level 3 National Extended Diploma (first teaching from September 2016)

PPP

You must have completed a relevant level 3 qualification and be able to demonstrate an ability to work independently, in groups and be able to work with tutor support and guidance in both practical and academic settings.

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Fees and funding

England, Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales £5,995

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