University of Hull has opted into the TEF and received a Silver award.
Criminology and sociology are a logical – and valuable – combination of subjects. Crime happens in social contexts. Sociology helps us understand those contexts. Demand for criminologists with insight into crime’s impact on society is higher than ever. This course can train you to meet that demand. Through real-world examples, you'll explore crime’s effect on society and how society responds to crime. You'll consider your own attitudes to crime, criminals and victims. And you’ll study topics like the relationship between the individual and society, the concept of deviance and how offenders are punished. Official Team GB partners Did you know that the University of Hull is the official University Partner of Team GB? Our united belief is that anyone, with the right opportunities ahead and a dedicated team behind, can achieve extraordinary things. This is what our partnership with Team GB is built on. Extraordinary is in you – and we’ll help you find it. What does this mean for you? It means that whether you’re studying sports science, or marketing, or logistics, or healthcare, or engineering, you’ll be able to gain invaluable experience through this unique partnership. We are working with Team GB to create opportunities for volunteering and work experience, to get involved with meet-and-greet sessions with Olympians, host on-campus talks from guest speakers and so much more. Some of our students recently helped Team GB athletes get their kit ready to compete in preparation for the Minsk 2019 European Games. It’s an extraordinary partnership, and you won’t find it anywhere else. Find out more at hull.ac.uk/teamgb
Year 1 Compulsory modules Individual and Society Sociology of Inequalities Crime, Deviance and Society Social Research in Practice Murder: Explorations of an Exceptional Form of Violence Social Theory Year 2 Compulsory modules Punishment, Dangerousness and Risk Psychology of Offending and Victimisation Analysing Social Data Optional modules Social Rituals and Myths Sociology of Material Cultures Sociology of Marginalised Voices Atrocities and Transitional Justice Criminology in Late Modernity Inequalities, Social Divisions and Social Conflict Year 3 Compulsory modules Dissertation Optional modules Advanced Statistics Sociology and Social Media Criminal Justice and Community Safety Placements Sociology at Work Modern Day Slavery in the UK Surveillance and Social Control Drug Use Today Cyberterrorism and Extremism Sex Work, Policy and Crime Learning Together - Desistance from Crime Restorative Justice and Peacemaking Criminology Contemporary Imprisonment All modules are subject to availability and this list may change at any time.
You'll be assessed through a combination of written, practical and coursework assessments throughout your degree. Written assessment typically includes exams and multiple choice tests. Practical is an assessment of your skills and competencies. This could include presentations, school experience, work experience or laboratory work. Coursework typically includes essays, written assignments, dissertations, research projects or producing a portfolio of your work.
How to apply
This is the deadline for applications to be completed and sent for this course. If the university or college still has places available you can apply after this date, but your application is not guaranteed to be considered.
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Points of entry
The following entry points are available for this course:
- Year 1
Applicants with other qualifications are welcome to apply.
English language requirements
|IELTS (Academic)||6||This course requires IELTS 6.0 overall, with at least 5.5 in each skill. For other English language proficiency qualifications accepted by the University please visit www.hull.ac.uk|
|Institution's Own Test||60% overall (with minimum 55% in each skill)|
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Fees and funding
|Republic of Ireland||£9250||Year 1|
|Northern Ireland||£9250||Year 1|
|Channel Islands||£9250||Year 1|