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A Bachelor of Science or BSc is an undergraduate study program that usually lasts between three and five years.  While enrolled in school, students have the opportunity to take general and specialized classes to obtain credit for graduation.

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The BSc (Hons) Professional Policing - Accelerated 2-year programme will provide you with professional knowledge of the ethics, skills and attitudes that are critical to twent ... +

The BSc (Hons) Professional Policing - Accelerated 2-year programme will provide you with professional knowledge of the ethics, skills and attitudes that are critical to twenty-first-century policing. The course has been designed to meet the requirements of the College of Policing National Curriculum for the role of a Police Constable under the National Policing Education Qualifications Framework. We are licensed by the College of Policing to offer the Pre-join Degree in Professional Policing - a qualification recognised by police services that is achieved prior to recruitment. A range of key topics will be studied in the area of crime, criminology, law, terrorism, associated psychology, sociology and criminal investigation. You will also learn through realistic scenarios and the use of a crime scene suite or pop-up facilities. The course is enriched by optional modules, giving you the opportunity to look deeper into issues such as Cybercrime or Forensic and Criminal Psychology. This course is perfect for students with an interest in working in policing, security or the criminal justice sector, or looking to study at the Master's level. In the 2021 National Student Survey, The University of Law has been ranked first amongst universities in England for the category of 'teaching on my course'. We have an overall 5 Star rating from QS World University Rankings and 5 stars in Teaching, Employability, Online Learning, Academic Development and Inclusiveness. Please note: the degree has a currency of 5 years following graduation for recruitment into policing and you must still apply to the police force and satisfy their eligibility criteria. Interested students should contact the Police Service for more information. Facilities vary by campus. Course Requirements ABB at A Level and Grade C/4 or above in GCSE English Language, or equivalent qualifications. Students who will be under the age of 18 but no younger than 17 at the commencement of the course are permitted. International entry requirements: An English language level equivalent to IELTS 7.0 or above with a minimum of 6.5 in each component. Course Structure Year 1: 31 study weeks Semester 1 Foundation for Operational Policing Skills: Decision Making, Discretion and Problem Solving Introduction to Criminology, Crime Prevention and Key Psychological Concepts The Criminal Justice System, Key Legislation, Offences and Civil Matters Understanding the Police Constable Role and Professional Standards Semester 2 Community Policing, Antisocial Behaviour and Introduction to Road Policing Core Principles of Evidence-Based Policing, Information and Intelligence Introduction to Vulnerability and Risk Choose one: Cybercrime Forensic and Criminal Psychology Youth and Crime Zemiology (Social Harms) All options are indicative and subject to availability. Year 1: Summer Response Policing and Police Investigation Year 2: 30 study weeks Semester 1 Custody, Interview and Criminal Justice Information, Intelligence and Digital Policing Public Protection: Understanding Abuse and Impact Responding to Major and Critical Incidents Semester 2 Counter-Terrorism and Advanced Road Policing Investigating Serious Crime, Understanding Terrorism and Transnational Organised Crime Supporting Those at Risk of Harm and Victims of Internet-Facilitated Crimes Research Methods and Dissertation Year 2: Summer Complete Dissertation Assessment A wide range of assessment methods will be used across all modules to ensure that all programme outcomes can be demonstrated by students. These include unseen essay-type exams, Knowledge and Reasoning Exams, Mock Scenarios, Reflective & Critical Essays, Posters and Case Studies. This variety of approaches reflects more closely the practical focus of the programme, and the assessment instruments test more accurately and with greater realism the knowledge, skills and attributes required of students. It also helps to remove barriers to some students who might perform better in different types of assessments. In each module, students will have the benefit of formative assessments aligned to the methodology of the particular summative assessment. Additional formative assessment of knowledge and understanding will take place through regular activities within workshops. How to Apply Applications for all our undergraduate courses are open. Fees September 2023: UK - £11,100 per annum International - £21,100per annum (London), £19,400(non-London) Fees are locked for future study years, i.e. the student will pay the same price each year. -
BSc
Full-time
2 years
English
Sep 2023
Campus
 
London, United Kingdom

As a criminology student at the University of Roehampton, you will be able to explore these fascinating questions, drawing from a range of other disciplines including sociolog ... +

As a criminology student at the University of Roehampton, you will be able to explore these fascinating questions, drawing from a range of other disciplines including sociology, psychology and law. Criminologists study crime, the criminal justice system and society’s response to the impact of criminal behaviour. To this exciting degree, you will study contemporary problems relating to crime prevention, criminalisation and social control. -
BSc
Full-time
3 years
English
Campus
 
Southsea, United Kingdom

Why do people commit crimes? And what should we do about it? From offender to victim, punishment to rehabilitation, this BSc (Hons) Criminology and Criminal Justice degree ask ... +

Why do people commit crimes? And what should we do about it? From offender to victim, punishment to rehabilitation, this BSc (Hons) Criminology and Criminal Justice degree asks questions about the causes and consequences of crime. The answers may surprise you. They’ll certainly help you choose the right career path. As you become an expert on the criminal justice system in England and Wales, you’ll develop skills for a range of careers – from policing and prisons to probation and rehabilitation, as well as roles fighting fraud in the private sector or influencing Government policy. And because crime doesn’t respect borders, this course also gives you a uniquely international perspective. -
BSc
Full-time
3 - 4 years
English
Sep 2023
Campus
 

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San Gwann, Malta

This program is the result of a project that aims to apply the techniques of criminology both to criminal investigations and security. The BSc in Investigative Criminology and ... +

This program is the result of a project that aims to apply the techniques of criminology both to criminal investigations and security. The BSc in Investigative Criminology and Criminal Psychology is the most suitable Degree program for students who wish to operate in an emerging field of criminal investigation based on knowledge and technical skills that can be applied directly in the field and in police forces, private investigations, and corporate security. -
BSc
Full-time
3 years
Italian, English
Oct 2023
30 Sep 2023
Online & Campus Combined
Campus
Online
 
London, United Kingdom

London has played a leading role in shaping the modern world's understanding of the origins of criminal behaviour. Our honours degree course in criminology will allow you to g ... +

London has played a leading role in shaping the modern world's understanding of the origins of criminal behaviour. Our honours degree course in criminology will allow you to gain a wider understanding of this hotly debated political and social issue, with an opportunity to specialise later on in your degree. During your time at London Met, you'll be taught by practitioners from the criminal justice sector including police and probation. -
BSc
Full-time
Part-time
3 - 4 years
English
Campus
 
Cambridge, United Kingdom

Get exposure to the real world of crime and investigation. Our Cambridge-based degree course covers forensic science, crime scene processing, policing and the law.

Get exposure to the real world of crime and investigation. Our Cambridge-based degree course covers forensic science, crime scene processing, policing and the law. -
BSc
Full-time
3 years
English
Campus
 
Thousand Oaks, USA

Become a better practitioner by studying criminological theory, the justice system, and law. You’ll develop the knowledge, skills, and ethical training that are essential for ... +

Become a better practitioner by studying criminological theory, the justice system, and law. You’ll develop the knowledge, skills, and ethical training that are essential for pursuing a career in law enforcement, corrections, the legal system, probation, and parole, or a variety of social service agencies. This program also prepares you for graduate studies in law, criminology, or public policy and administration. -
BSc
Full-time
4 years
English
Campus
 
Murfreesboro, USA

Sociology is the study of social life, social change, and the social causes and consequences of human behavior. It is an expanding field that addresses challenging issues such ... +

Sociology is the study of social life, social change, and the social causes and consequences of human behavior. It is an expanding field that addresses challenging issues such as family dynamics, inequality, patterns of behavior, and forces for social change and resistance. Sociologists' research can be applied to virtually any aspect of social life, from crime to corporate downsizing. -
BSc
Full-time
4 years
English
Campus
 
Twickenham, United Kingdom

Do you wish to understand the nature of social and political change at global, national and local levels? How about the roles of globalisation, modernity and identity in shapi ... +

Do you wish to understand the nature of social and political change at global, national and local levels? How about the roles of globalisation, modernity and identity in shaping these dynamics? Are you interested in social justice? Criminal justice? Do you wish to understand how, why and whom we punish? Do you wish to examine how crime and society are controlled and by whom? If so, criminology and sociology is the degree for you; exciting, contemporary and relevant. -
BSc
Full-time
3 years
English
Campus
 
Guildford, United Kingdom

Our research-led BSc (Hons) Criminology course will help you develop a critical perspective on contemporary problems relating to crime, deviance and social control, teaching y ... +

Our research-led BSc (Hons) Criminology course will help you develop a critical perspective on contemporary problems relating to crime, deviance and social control, teaching you the methods necessary to conduct and evaluate research in these areas. -
BSc
Full-time
3 years
English
Campus
 
Fairfax, USA

In criminology, law, and society, you’ll learn the reality of the justice system--beyond what’s portrayed in popular culture. You’ll learn about different ideas of justice and ... +

In criminology, law, and society, you’ll learn the reality of the justice system--beyond what’s portrayed in popular culture. You’ll learn about different ideas of justice and come to understand the impact the justice system has on the lives of individuals and communities through law enforcement, the courts, and corrections by studying strategies in intelligence and security. As a student in the program, you will be taught by professors who have years of experience as both researchers and practitioners. -
BSc
Full-time
4 years
English
Aug 2023
Campus