Objetivos

With crime frequently in the news and always a politically important issue, a degree in Criminal Justice has never been more relevant. Criminologists are concerned with questions of who commits crimes, and how offenders should be punished. However at the heart of criminology are fundamental questions about how ‘crime’ is defined, how criminal law is made, and how definitions of crime and justice may vary historically and cross-culturally or be subject to differentiation by the class, race or gender of the offender or the victim. The course also provides insights into how crime and victimisation are constructed in the media.

The emphasis on professional development within the course means that students are well equipped for the changing job market, and our graduates have gone on to work in professions such as social work, community work, teaching and criminal justice agencies, as well as local government and non-governmental organisations, or the private sector.

Programa

Year 1 (Credit Level 4)

History and Crime
Introduction to Criminology
Law and Criminal Justice
Media and Crime
Psychology and Crime
Year 2 and Year 3 (Credit Levels 5 and 6)

Civil Liberties and Human Rights in the UK
Crime and the City
Crime in International Context
Crime Prevention
Crimes of the Powerful
Criminological Theory
Criminology Dissertation
Cybercrime and Society
Gender, Crime and Justice
Images of Crime: Explorations in Cultural Criminology
Law and Discrimination
Law, Politics and the State
Policing and Social Order
Punishment and Society
Race, Crime and Criminal Justice
Research Methods for Criminology
The Criminal Justice Process
Work Experience in Socio-Legal Studies and Criminology
Work Experience: Practice and Reflection
Youth, Crime and Criminal Justice

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