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The BA (Hons) Criminology and Sociology is a three year undergraduate degree that takes an in-depth look at the fascinating and diverse subject of criminology combined with the analysis of wider social processes through the discipline of sociology in relation to current issues. This course critically explores areas such as urbanisation, migration, gender, ethnicity and globalisation. If you are interested in how current societies and the global order is constructed, maintained and challenged by individuals and groups this is a great course to allow you to explore these areas in more detail.
*Subject to academic approval
A Level: BBC
GCSE: English Language & Maths grade c/4 or above, or equivalent
Requirements for the Foundation Year differ from those listed.
September 2022See all Start Dates
Whether it’s face to face or online, our undergraduate programmes will always be available to you whatever you choose. That’s our guarantee.
This three year degree programme has been designed by practising criminologists to enable you to develop a comprehensive understanding of cutting-edge criminological and sociological concepts and theories, and to apply them to current socio-economic policies and conditions.
We’ve designed this course to deliver a high level of face-to-face tuition so that you can get plenty of support while you develop a critical understanding of criminology and sociology in relation to current issues. Some of the areas that you’ll get to focus on include urbanisation, embodiment, family, globalisation, migration and marginalisation.
The diversity of the programme content on this course means that you’ll have an excellent grounding to enter a wide variety of fields after graduation. It is also a strong basis for further postgraduate study, should you wish to study further and specialise in one of the areas that you’ve learned about.
You can choose to take an additional Foundation Year before you start your course. This introductory year focuses on developing the key skills required to study at degree level. You will study six modules and on successful completion progress onto any of our
three year degrees.
*All options are indicative and subject to availability.
To get a full picture of how studying this course works during the year, take a look at our course date breakdowns.
At the end of each semester you’ll get a week for revision before two weeks of assessments.
Exams: Two hours, ten multiple choice questions and two long-form questions
Coursework: Essay, project report or portfolio
We run mock assessments to allow you to practise before too.
You must pass each module to be awarded your degree. A pass mark is 40% and above.
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UK students per year: £9,250
International students per year: £14,150
If you need to fund your studies with a student loan you can apply via Student Finance.
We have students from over 120 different countries throughout our campuses, with a dedicated team to help international students.