Criminology & Criminal Justice and Law at University of Wolverhampton - UCAS

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Course summary

Crime and its impact, are at the forefront of current political and social debate. A degree in criminology and criminal justice with law enables you to explore the reality behind the newspaper headlines on crime and examine a topic which is relevant, topical and has real, practical application in contemporary society. You will also cover a number of key law subject areas which link to the criminology side of your course. You will study a wide range of topics covering the legal and sociological issues of criminology and criminal justice, including, the operation of the criminal courts through punishment and sentencing and policing of society as well as social inequalities and the law. You will cover a range of law areas which are of specific relevance to this field of study.

Modules

During Year 1 of your integrated course you will benefit from introductory modules including Criminal Justice and Thinking about Crime. You will also study the Law of Torts and have the opportunity to explore the relationship between Law and Society. Modules in Study Skills and Volunteering in the Community are also offered. In Year 2, you will gain a deeper understanding of the Theories of Crime, Punishment, Policing, Sentencing and Inequality. You will analyse principles of Criminal Liability through the examination of particular offences in Criminal Law. Year 3 modules will have the opportunity to explore Contemporary Issues in Criminology and Criminal Justice, Controlling & Preventing Crime, Terrorism and State Crime; or you may opt to study EU Law, Family Law or Criminal Evidence. The submission of a project combining issues of Law and Criminology and Criminal Justice will give you the opportunity to demonstrate your knowledge further or you may opt to undertake a work placement.


How to apply

Application codes

Course code:
MM91
Institution code:
W75
Campus name:
University of Wolverhampton
Campus code:
-

Points of entry

The following entry points are available for this course:

  • Year 1

Entry requirements

Qualification requirements


English language requirements

As an EU or International applicant you will need to showcase your English language proficiency skills during your admissions process. The below qualifications are accepted for a number of courses, please be aware these scores are a guide on what is acceptable. http://wlv.ac.uk/english We have a suite of courses that require differing English language proficiency, these requirements are there to ensure that you have the correct ability to achieve your desired qualification with us. You will also need to check each individual course page for accuracy as our Professional, Statutory and Regulatory Bodies courses require specific English qualifications prior to entry.

English Language Requirements - EU and International Applicants

https://www.wlv.ac.uk/english


Student Outcomes

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70%
Employment after 15 months (Most common jobs)
90%
Go onto work and study

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Fees and funding

Tuition fees

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Additional fee information

If you are a UK student enrolling on a full-time Foundation Degree or a Bachelor degree programme at the University of Wolverhampton in 2023/4, your fee for this academic year will be £9,250. This is a yearly fee, and will increase with inflation in subsequent years (in line with the government’s fee requirements). If you are an English student studying your first higher education qualification, you can apply for a tuition fee loan from the Student Loans Company. You will not start repaying this loan until you leave the course and are earning over £25,000 a year. If you live in Scotland, Wales or Northern Ireland, you should apply to Student Finance Wales, Student Finance Northern Ireland, or SAAS. The loans and grants available to you will differ from those available from Student Finance England. More information about UK Fees please go to our website here - https://www.wlv.ac.uk/apply/funding-costs-fees-and-support/fees-and-costs/ and International: More information about International Fees please go to our website here - https://www.wlv.ac.uk/international/making-an-application/international-fees/
Criminology & Criminal Justice and Law at University of Wolverhampton - UCAS