Criminology Communities and Disorder (MSc)

Buckinghamshire New University the United Kingdom

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The award
MSc

How long you will study
2 Years

Domestic course fees
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How you will study
part-time

Course starts
September

International course fees
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About Criminology Communities and Disorder at Buckinghamshire New University

Are you naturally curious and analytically minded? Studying Criminology will open your eyes to the problems we need to solve for society to be safer. You'll find out how we can use research methods to answer important questions and understand the criminal mind.

Most of our Criminology students have graduated from areas such as the social sciences, law and policing. However, the course is designed for anyone interested in taking the next steps towards an exciting career in Criminology.

This course also attracts professionals who want to expand their knowledge in a related field. A better understanding of Criminology is particularly useful if you work within the criminal justice system, local council or government. Examining research and theory will deal with day-to-day problems in the workplace in a more effective way.

As you learn about the key concepts of Criminology, you'll also examine the sociological, legal and criminal justice theories used to interpret the actions of criminals and the impact on society.

You will study the events of the last 30 years to determine how social, political and cultural motions have shaped our response to recent events.

The course reflects the latest policies and methods used within the criminal justice system. You will gain an understanding of the social causes of crime and how these issues can be effectively managed in society.

We will help develop your analytical understanding of the relationship between crime and community. Progressing to more complex issues such as social disorder and social tension, you'll see society from a range of perspectives.

As a part-time course you can fit your studies around your current employment and enjoy flexible learning. You'll immediately be able to apply your knowledge to your surroundings and see the world from a new perspective.

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  • The award How you will study How long you will study Course starts Domestic course fees International course fees
  • The awardMScHow you will studyPart-timeHow long you will study2 years
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Entry requirements

Students on this course have typically achieved a 2:2 or higher from one of the following areas: Criminology, Sociology, Social Work, Psychology, Police Studies or Criminal Justice. However, we're also interested in hearing from anyone working in a related field.

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