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Criminology and Sociology

Anglia Ruskin University
En Cambridge (Inglaterra)

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  • Bachelor's degree
  • Cambridge (Inglaterra)
  • Duración:
    6 Years
Descripción

You will gain vital critical and analytical skills as well as a thorough knowledge of the key issues of the Criminal Justice System, both very attractive areas of expertise for a range of employers.

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Requisitos: GCSE(s) Required: English grade C (or equivalent)

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01 octubre 2016
Cambridge
Cambridge Campus, East Road, CB1 1PT, Cambridgeshire , Inglaterra
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IT Law
Criminology
Sociology
Law

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Course overview

Criminology is essentially concerned with exploring the nature of social order, laws and punishment. It looks at the construction of laws, the motivations and reasons behind law-breaking and with society's responses to such behaviour. Combining the study of Criminology with Sociology will allow you to explore wider, related questions in this area, giving you greater insight and understanding into many of the issues that we face today.

By its very nature, Criminology is a cross-disciplinary subject, and in addition to the core criminology staff, lecturers with expertise in sociology, forensic science, politics, law and social policy all contribute to this programme. Using real-life case studies, theoretical perspectives and the framework of the law, you will tackle the phenomenon of crime from an exciting contemporary standpoint. This degree includes a significant practical element, which means you will also have the opportunity to work with ex-offenders and police, prison and probation officers, and look at the daily work of the Criminal Justice System.

Sociology encourages us to look beneath the surface of social structures and institutions, and examine the powers and desires that motivate and control us. By studying Criminology with Sociology, you can gain further insights into issues such as deviance, race, class and gender, and the way that these issues are particularly relevant in thinking about crime.

MODULE GUIDE

Core modules

  • Adventures in Criminology
  • Social Science and Modern Society
  • Researching Social Issues
  • Social Science and Modern Society
  • Theories of Deviance, crime and social control
  • Social Research Methods
  • Individual and society
  • Major Project in Criminology or Sociology
  • Comparative Criminal justice

Optional modules

  • Basic Criminalistics
  • Researching Social Issues
  • Media and Crime
  • Conflicts and Contradictions in Crime
  • Contemporary Sociological Issues
  • The Enforcers
  • Trials and Errors
  • Just War
  • Contemporary Explanations of Crime
  • Violent Crime
  • Retribution, Restoration and Rehabilitation
  • Social Divisions
  • Knowledge and Belief
  • Social Research Methods
  • Applied Ethics
  • Anglia Language Programme
  • Invisible Crimes
  • Sex, Sex Offending and society
  • Terrorism in context
  • Gender Relations
  • Sexuality and Social Control
  • Race, Racism and Identity
  • Diaspora and Migration
  • Contemporary Work and Organisational

Assessment

Assessment is carried out via a very broad mix of methods including examinations, case studies, presentations, essays, data analysis exercises, group projects and an individual Major Project.

Dedication

6 years, part-time

Información adicional

Career opportunities: This degree provides excellent preparation for entry into a number of related fields. Recent graduates have taken up roles in a variety of institutions including The National Probation Service, The Police, The Prison Service and The Home Office.