Our Applications of Professional Psychology module and work-based learning in Year 3 will enhance your future career prospects.
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The BA (Hons) Psychology and Criminology brings together our practical expertise in both Psychology and Criminology. This course will provide you with evidence-based knowledge and experience in the fundamentals of psychological theories and issues, as well as a critical understanding and real-world application of contemporary criminology concepts. You’ll gain insight into society and the associated pressures and influences, while exploring what motivates people to commit crimes, the effect crime has, and how it could be prevented. It will also allow you to pursue further education in specialist areas, such as forensic psychology.
A Level: BBC
UCAS Tariff Points*: 112
GCSE: Grade C/4 or above in English Language and Maths, or equivalent
*From three A Levels or equivalent.Full requirements
September 2024See all Start Dates
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If you have an interest in Psychology and are considering working in the criminal justice system or exploring a career in forensic psychology, then our BSc (Hons) Psychology with Criminology is a great place to start.
This course will provide you with evidence-based knowledge and experience in the fundamentals of Psychological theories and issues, as well as a critical understanding and real world application of contemporary criminology concepts.
Our degree is designed and taught by tutors with varied professional experience who are actively researching subjects relevant to society today, to deliver cutting-edge course content. You’ll develop a broad range of transferable skills through our varied assessment methods and use of our state of the art Psychology lab equipment.
With competencies from scientific reasoning and analytics to communication and creative problem solving, you’ll gain the ability to see things differently and make critical judgements in your everyday life and a professional setting.
You can choose to take an additional Foundation Year before you start your course. This introductory year will help you to develop focuses on developing the key skills required to study at degree level and covers the same six modules as on our law and business other social sciences degrees. The modules covered will initially enhance your communications skills, digital and information literacy and ability to think critically. You then have the added flexibility of switching your degree programme if another discipline captures your interest, subject to availability and entry requirements.
Entry requirements for the Foundation Year are different from our three-year degrees. For full details, check our Entry Requirements page.
*Options available are indicative and available subject to numbers and the campus chosen. Students will also complete the Shaping Skills for Success programme.
Optional modules* (choose three):
*All options are indicative and subject to availability.
We use a variety of formative and summative assessments designed to meet the overall course and individual module learning outcomes, as well as allow you to demonstrate your knowledge in a variety of innovative formats. Assessment methods may include:
In years one and two you’ll study set taught modules. In year three you’ll study some taught modules, including your choice of three optional modules, as well as researching and writing a dissertation.
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UK - £9,250 per year
International (London) - £17,550 per year
International (non-London) - £16,700 per year
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.