The study of sociology and criminology are interconnected. Sociology explores the workings of society and human behaviour while Criminology delves into who commits crime and why. Studying the two will allow you to explore sociological issues such as race, gender, poverty, education and youth and how these affect our attitudes and responses to crime and punishment. If you are interested in the issues within the criminal justice system and the impact these have on the rehabilitation of individuals and wider society, then this course is ideal for you.
YEAR ONE Why Sociology Matters Criminal Law 1 Crime and Punishment Social Identities and Inequalities Ageing and the Life Course Crime and Society YEAR TWO Being Human: Emotions and Behaviour in Social Life Sex, Sexualities and Society Analysing Social Problems Mental Health and Forensic Psychology Culture, Media and Society Criminology Classics and Controversies Research Methods Criminal Law 2 YEAR THREE Making a Difference 2: Preparation for Professional Careers Aggression, Violence and Abuse: a Sociological Perspective Sexual Offenders – Across the Life Course A Dangerous World? Risk, Anxiety and the Media Music, TV and Film in a Changing World Young People and Crime
How to apply
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- Bishop Otter Campus, Chichester
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Points of entry
The following entry points are available for this course:
- Year 1
English language requirements
|No component less than 5.5
|50-57 and no lower than 50-57 in each component
|At least: 18 in Reading 17 in Listening 20 in Speaking 17 in Writing
Qualifications recognised for English language proficiency
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Fees and funding
|Republic of Ireland