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Criminology (BA) - Anglia Ruskin University (Cambridge)
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Criminology (BA) - Anglia Ruskin University (Cambridge)

Anglia Ruskin University (Cambridge)
CambridgeUK
On campus
Full-time
€17,519.68/year
 2554 Points
Duration
3 Years
Language
English

Program Description

During the Bachelor in Criminology (BA) degree, you’ll consider crime, victimisation and criminal justice processes from a range of multidisciplinary academic perspectives, such as sociology, psychology, politics and the law. The degree will give you the opportunity to challenge your existing opinions and attempt to evaluate contrasting evidence around the causes of crime, think critically about the effectiveness of punishment and craft arguments about the representation of crime and victimization.

Notes:
• Tuition fees for students who have citizens' rights after Brexit: £9,250/year

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Curriculum

Year 1

Crime News and Criminology

The Evolution of Crime and Criminology

Criminal Justice in England and Wales

Skills for Criminal Justice

Media, Society and Crime

Year 2

Trials and Errors

Making A Difference

Revolving Doors: Punishment and Rehabilitation

Ruskin Module

Optional modules:

Violence: Theories and Causes of Crime

Violence: Realities and Impact of Crime

Cybercrime and Policing

Intoxicants and Intoxication

Globalisation and Security

Sociology of Religion

Sociology of Health Inequalities

Learning from Work Experience (incorporates work placements)

Year 3

Undergraduate Major Project

Youth Crime and Aggression

Criminology in Policy and Practice

Optional modules:

Negotiating Sex and Gender: accounts & accountability

Comparative and Global Criminal Justice

Investigative Psychology

Organised Crime

Neighbourhood Policing and Community Safety

Police and Counter-terrorism

Feminist Debates and Activism

Concepts of Good and Evil

Politics and Social Media

Sexuality and Social Control

Capitalism, Power and the Discontented

Sport, Globalisation and International politics

Race, Racism and Cultural Identity

Politics and Public Service

Careers

Many of our previous students have chosen careers in:

  • the probation service
  • the prison service (officers and governers)
  • the police (crime scene and victim liaison officers)
  • the Home Office (researchers and policy analysts)
  • the Crown Prosecution Service
  • the Court Service
  • Youth Offending Teams
  • Crime Reduction Partnerships
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