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Our LLB (Hons) Law with Criminology is a three year Qualifying Law Degree that combines your legal studies with an exploration of different aspects of criminology, including crime, criminal justice and criminal behaviour. With specific modules focusing on criminology, your studies will not only give you a great legal qualification, but they will also open up fascinating career avenues within the criminological world too.
A Level: BBB
GCSE: English Language Grade C/4 or above, or equivalent
Requirements for the Foundation Year differ from those listed.Full requirements
September 2020See all Start Dates
M1L3 (Full-time 3 year)
M113 (Foundation 4 year)
This course focuses on key legal topics and a variety of different aspects of criminology, including crime, criminal justice and criminal behaviour. It’s an ideal choice if you’re looking to pursue a career in the legal sector or, more specifically, within the criminal justice system. In addition to studying key legal topics, you will also study Criminology modules which examine the nature of crime and how it operates. The course focuses on key concepts, such as the definition of crime and how it is perceived within society.
Studying this balanced combination of law and criminology means that you have a great choice of career options to choose from. Not only could you continue your studies to become a qualified lawyer, but you can consider careers in politics, journalism, business or criminal investigation and analysis. This course is a great starting point from which to launch your career in the exciting worlds of law and criminology.
When you study Law with Criminology with us you will receive:
On successfully completing the course you will be all set to kick start your postgraduate study to become a qualified lawyer.
As with all our LLBs, this programme has a practical focus with the skills you need for your career embedded into the course. There is a high level of face-to-face tuition with experienced tutors to ensure that you receive all the support you need throughout your studies.
You can choose to take an additional Foundation Year before you start this degree. This introductory year focuses on developing an understanding of the legal sector and the key skills required to undertake the full-time three year course. The Foundation Year involves studying six modules to develop the necessary skills and introduce students to key concepts to enable progression onto our three year Law degrees.
*All options are indicative and subject to availability. Please note that some modules are available in Years 2 and 3; please select only once. If you are studying at a campus offering Law with Government and Politics, Law with Legal Innovation and Technology, Law with Criminal Justice, or Business School courses you may be able to choose modules from those programmes as well.
*All options are indicative and subject to availability. Please note that some modules are available in Years 2 and 3; please select only once. If you are studying at a campus offering Law with Government and Politics, Law with Legal Innovation and Technology, Law with Criminal Justice or Business School courses you may be able to choose modules from those programmes as well.
You can also study this course 100% online.
The online version of this course covers the same content as the on campus version, while still offering you the same high level of professional tutor support. The only difference is that you can study when, where and how you want, over a variety of different course lengths.
If you’re looking for true flexibility in your studies, why not consider our online study option?
To get a full picture of how studying this course works during the year, take a look at our course date breakdowns.
Please note: These documents are still being developed, please check back at a later date to get a full breakdown of the dates for this course.
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.
We care about your career, which is why we offer support with job applications and other work experience opportunities as soon as you accept your place.Discover more
UK/EU students per year: £9,250
International students per year: £13,750
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 and programmes, with a dedicated team to help international students.