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Psychology with Criminology (with Foundation Year)

Anglia Ruskin University
Cambridge, Great Britain
Full-time
€16,556.35/year
 2483 Points
Duration
4 Years
Language
English
Start date
Sep 2022

Program Description

By studying BSc (Hons) Psychology with Criminology at ARU, you’ll learn from expert tutors who are actively engaged in research work. And you can take advantage of our specialist science facilities too, including laboratories for analysing hair and saliva samples, and measuring electrical activity in the brain.

You’ll learn about criminal profiling and how it offers insights into youth offending, gendered violence, genocide, rape, abuse and other types of crime. You’ll look at media representations of crime, and explore social and developmental psychology.

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

Entry Requirements

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Education
High School Diploma (or equivalent)
16
or
IB Diploma
24
English Level
IELTS
6.5
or
TOEFL (internet based)
80
or
Cambridge Proficiency (CPE)
C
or
Cambridge Advanced (CAE)
C
or
A levels
C
or
IGCSE
C
or
PTE
57
Notes:

Foundation year entry requirements:

  • At least IELTS 5.5 overall including 5.5 in each band/component.

Other accepted qualifications:

  • International Advanced Levels (A Levels)
  • HNC qualifications
  • HND qualifications

Alternative English language requirements:

  • Our preferred tests are IELTS, TOEFL iBT (80 overall and a minimum of 17 in Writing and Listening, 18 in Reading and 20 in Speaking) and Pearson PTE ( 57 overall and a minimum of 51 in all components), so we recommend you take one of these if possible. We also recognise the following qualifications/tests:
  1. Trinity College: Integrated Skills in English (ISE)
  2. LanguageCert International ESOL SELT tests
  3. International English Language Competency Assessment (IELCA)

Important Information:

  • If you don't meet our English language requirements, we offer a range of courses which could help you achieve the level required for entry. We also provide our own English Language Proficiency Test (ELPT) in the UK and overseas.

Curriculum

Foundation Year

Foundation in Psychology

Year 2

The Psychology of Everyday Life

Crime News and Criminology

Clinical and Health Psychology

Criminal Justice in England and Wales

Becoming a Researcher

Year 3

Research in Action: Statistical Thinking

Research in Action: Qualitative Methods and Psychology in Practice

Social Psychology: Development and Difference

Brain, Body and Mind

Ruskin Module

Optional modules:

Intoxicants and Intoxication

Revolving Doors: Punishment and Rehabilitation

Diagnosis and Formulation in Mental Health

Year 4

Forensic Psychology

Criminology in Policy and Practice

Psychology Project

Optional modules:

Negotiating Sex and Gender: Accounts and Accountability

Youth Crime and Aggression

Investigative Psychology

Clinical Psychology

Cognitive Neuroscience

Lifespan Development

Sex, Sexuality and Gender

Psychology in the Workplace

Emotion

Culture and Health

Concepts of Good and Evil

Comparative and Global Criminal Justice

Organised Crime

The Neuroscience of Self

Atypical Development

Groups in Conflict: Social Psychological Issues

Psychological Therapies

Consumer Psychology

Cyberpsychology

Careers

As a Psychology with Criminology graduate, a range of careers is open to you:

  • You could specialise in disciplines such as forensic, occupational or educational psychology.
  • As a criminologist you could work for the Probation Service, the police, the Prison Service, the Home Office or the Courts Service.

As a graduate chartered member of the British Psychological Society, you could undertake further training to:

  • become a counselling or clinical psychologist
  • specialise in areas like health, educational or forensic psychology
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