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Applied Criminal Justice Studies


Course Description

This course will offer you the opportunity to acquire advanced skills in criminological theory and research, and to apply these to a range of topic-based modules, and applied projects.

The whole programme is designed to maximise applied andresearch-led teaching, and to maximise the opportunities for you to produce advanced, critical research that benefits your career and industry's policy and practice needs.

To foster a public criminological approach to your own studies, the programme will require you to apply your academic skills to 'real world' debates and case studies - including those that arise in your professional lives - and through the completion of Researching Crime, you will develop the skills required to create critical criminological research outside of your academic studies.

Special Features
The course is designed to facilitate the participation of criminal justice practitioners. To this end, the programme is available on a part-time basis to ensure that academic requirements (such as assessment) do not conflict with your work commitments, and equally, that work deadlines do not lead to attrition through the academic year
For the collaborative research placement, you will work with an industry partner to complete an applied research project

Entry Requirements

- 2:2 or above in a cognate discipline- Applications are welcome from mature students (those over 21 years of age on entry) and candidates with non-standard qualifications or who, lacking academic qualifications, have significant relevant experience.

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