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This course combines the schools’ expertise in criminology and sociology and explores the sociological context of issues in criminology.
A broad range of criminology and sociology subjects are studied which develop knowledge and understanding of broad spectrum of topics within this field including; crime, organisations and administrations in the field of criminal justice, the social causes and consequences of crime, social change and social structures, culture and identity and related issues.
The broad yet specialised nature of this degree allows students to develop advanced and specialised knowledge and skills in criminological and sociological research.
On completion of the course, students will be able to:
A single or joint honours degree of at least 2(ii) in Criminology, Sociology, Law, Political Science, Social Studies, Social Policy, or a related academic discipline.
Applications from candidates who have relevant professional experience in lieu of a bachelor degree will also be considered. All applicants in this category will be invited for interview.
Scholarships, Studentships and Bursaries are funded by both the University and individual academic schools. In addition the International Education Centre also supports international students through a range of awards for international students. Full time students only.
Please visit the website for further information.
Eligibility will be dependant on the individual scholarship.
As you would expect from a university that places great emphasis on student support, Bangor is keen to offer extra help to students. There are many bursaries and scholarships available for postgraduate students.
Applications are made online and through country managers. Please see individual scholarship information to see how to apply for each scholarship.