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Criminology with Forensic Psychology

Middlesex University
London, Great Britain
Full-time
€10,929.17/year
1277 Points
Duration
1 Year
Language
English

Program Description

This degree combines core modules in criminology and forensic psychology with optional modules on topics including drugs, trans-national crime and conflict, policing, terrorism and the major institutions of criminal justice. The programme is delivered within the Criminology and Sociology Department in the School of Law, with the forensic psychology component taught by colleagues with specialisms in criminological psychology.

Entry Requirements

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Education
Bachelor's Degree
6
or
Degree from State Technical Insitute (TEI)
6
English Level
Michigan Proficiency (ECPE)
B
or
Cambridge Proficiency (CPE)
B
or
Cambridge Advanced (CAE)
A
or
International Baccalaureate
5.0
or
IGCSE
C
or
Pearson Test of Academic Engl.
58
or
IELTS
6.5
or
TOEFL (internet based)
87
or
PTE
58
Required Documents
CV
Certified Copy of the Degree Certificate/Diploma
Certified Copy of the English Certification
ID Certified Copy
Passport Certified Copy
Personal Statement - Motivation Letter
Detailed Transcript
Academic Reference Letter (1st)
Student Visa
Academic Reference Letter (2nd)
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Notes:

Information about qualifications:

  • We normally require a degree in an appropriate subject.

Other accepted qualifications:

  • We normally require a degree or equivalent qualification, in an appropriate subject.

Alternative English language requirements:

  • ESB ESOL International: Level 2‐Step 1
  • European Baccalaureate Language 1: Grade 7.0
  • European Baccalaureate Language 2: Grade 7.0
  • Language Cert International ESOL B2 SELT (SELT version ONLY): B2 High Pass overall and min 33/50 in each skill
  • Duolingo: Overall 110

More information:

  • If you have relevant qualifications or work experience, academic credit may be awarded towards your Middlesex University programme of study.

Curriculum

Core Modules

Contemporary Criminological Theory and Research (20 credits) - Compulsory

Forensic and Investigative Psychology (20 credits) - Compulsory

Psychological Interventions and Responses to Offending (20 credits) - Compulsory

Research Strategies in Criminology and Psychology (20 credits) - Compulsory

Dissertation

Dissertation in Criminology with Forensic Psychology (60 credits) - Compulsory

Choose one of the following optional modules - typical structure

Community Safety and Public Protection (20 credits) - Optional

Critical Issues in Criminal Justice (20 credits) - Optional

Cybercrime and Society (20 credits) - Optional

Drugs and Crime (20 credits) - Optional

Environmental Crime and Green Criminology (20 credits) - Optional

Global Criminology and Policing (20 credits) - Optional

Human Rights and Contemporary Justice (20 credits) - Optional

Interpersonal Violence and Hate Crime (20 credits) - Optional

Placement (20 credits) - Optional

Political Violence and Terrorism (20 credits) - Optional

Qualitative Analysis with NVivo (20 credits) - Optional

Qualitative Research Methods (20 credits) - Optional

Quantitative Methods for the Social Sciences (20 credits) - Optional

Social Science Statistics with SPSS (20 credits) - Optional

Work-based Experience (20 credits) - Optional

Youth Offending, Disorder and Gangs (20 credits) - Optional

Careers

The course aims to equip you with the necessary skills to excel in a wide range of careers, such as:

  • employment in posts working directly with offenders both in prison and within community-based reducing re-offending projects
  • roles concerning prisoner rehabilitation plans
  • prisoner health and well-being
  • charitable organisation-based roles supporting those on release from prison
  • community-based drug and alcohol project roles
  • domestic violence perpetrator project roles
  • careers working on offender rehabilitation and therapeutic projects applying cognitive-thinking techniques

Students are also equipped for positions engaging in research, data analysis, and programme evaluation offered by research organisations, the charitable and voluntary sector, in Ministry of Justice Departments such as the National Offender Monitoring Service (NOMS), policing organisations, and the government's high-level crime fighting agency the National Crime Agency (NCA). There are many opportunities in work with young people experiencing family dysfunction and disadvantage, young people 'at risk' of offending, and in services supporting young and vulnerable 'care leavers'.

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