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Bachelor in Criminology and Sociology (BA) - ARU (Cambridge)
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Bachelor in Criminology and Sociology (BA) - ARU (Cambridge)

Anglia Ruskin University (Cambridge)
CambridgeUK
On campus
Full-time
€17,537.89/year
 2568 Points
Duration
3 Years
Language
English

Program Description

On the Bachelor in Criminology and Sociology (BA) degree you will explore the most recent ideas, issues and debates in Criminology and Sociology such as the media, its moral panics and promotion of fear; sex, violence and the profiling of such offenders; deviant behaviour; youth offending; war and terror and genocide, giving you a specialist perspective on crime and society.

You can tailor your Bachelor in Criminology and Sociology (BA) degree to your interests and career goals through a wide choice of optional modules. You might choose to focus on issues from corporate crime to human rights, and sexual violence to burglary. Or you might want to explore the link between intoxicants and crime, or religion and crime.

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

Criminal Justice in England and Wales

Sociology in Action

Optional modules:

Global Sociology

Media, Society and Crime

Year 2

Making A Difference

Sociology of Education

Mobilities and Migration

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

Revolving Doors: Punishment and Rehabilitation

Trials and Errors: Justice in Court

Sociology of Religion

Sociology of Health and Illness

Learning from Work Experience (incorporates work placements)

Year 3

Undergraduate Major Project

Race, Racism and Cultural Identity

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

Politics and Public Service

Nature and Society

Youth Crime and Aggression

Careers

Our graduates find success in many fulfilling careers, such as:

  • probation officers and prison-based probation service officers with the National Probation Service
  • various roles with the police, including crime scene and victim liaison officers
  • prison officers and governors with the Prison Service
  • researchers and policy analysts with the Home Office
  • the Crown Prosecution Service
  • the Court Service
  • youth offending teams/youth work
  • Crime Reduction Partnerships
  • journalism and the media
  • business administration and management
  • health management
  • teaching
  • social care and social research
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