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Develop your skills in leading complex criminal investigations, improve your skills in making reasoned arguments and rational decisions, and deepen your understanding of a range of key criminological theories, practices and perspectives in order to improve your potential impact within a policing, prison, probation or other criminal justice setting. Read more
Enhance your knowledge of criminology and criminal justice or develop a career in the criminal justice profession. Approach criminology from an academic and professional perspective. Read more
Using our strong links with a wide range of bodies, you’ll be offered opportunities to collaborate on live projects with both public sector organisations such as police forces, and third sector community groups and organisations active in crime prevention and reduction initiatives such as providing support and training around domestic homicide, stalking and sexual violence. Read more
Develop core psychological knowledge and skills in forensic and investigative research and psychological enquiry, and develop your awareness of ‘best practice’ approaches in accordance with professional practice frameworks. Read more
Our Domestic and Sexual Violence degree aims to enhance your knowledge and skills to boost your prospects for a career working with victims and/or perpetrators of domestic and sexual violence. Read more
Fascinated about human behaviour and aspire to a career working in forensic psychology? Our course – accredited by the British Psychological Society (BPS) - forms Stage 1 of your initial training to becoming a Chartered Forensic Psychologist. Read more
Take your degree in Social Science to the next academic level and start on the path to a rewarding career by gaining specialised knowledge and a critical awareness of contemporary issues within social science. Read more