Criminal Investigation at Teesside University, Middlesbrough - UCAS

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Course summary

This course develops your knowledge of contemporary theory and practices in criminal investigation, relevant legislation, and information relating to criminal justice studies and criminal law. The student-centred nature of teaching and assessment allows you to tailor your studies to your own areas of personal or professional interests. The dissertation module particularly enables extended research in a related area specific to your interests or career requirements. Course modules focus both on practical investigative guidance and procedures, and current perspectives and requirements in law. The teaching team draw on their specific research interests to deliver enhanced knowledge and appreciation of the module content. You develop recognised subject-specific knowledge and understanding, cognitive, intellectual, practical, professional and generic key skills and qualities, which have a directly beneficial effect on future employability, whether in the legal profession or in subject-related disciplines, including academia. You will be equipped to contribute to and inform policy-making decisions in your chosen sector. Graduates are equipped to work within, or progress their existing careers in, the criminal justice institutions, such as the police, prison and probation services, other investigation-related institutions and organisations, and relevant private sectors. Visit Teesside University’s website to apply to start in September or January.

Modules

Access course information through Teesside University’s website using the course page link provided (or visit www.tees.ac.uk).

Assessment method

Formative assessment is ongoing throughout each module, either via on-line tasks or by classroom tasks, offering you feedback to assist you to develop your skills. This programme adopts a wide range of formal assessment methods which assists you to achieve the learning outcomes and to evaluate the effectiveness of your learning. Essays and other forms of writing are commonly used. These assess your analytical, evaluative and communication skills. Presentations allow you to demonstrate a critical and systematic understanding of the key subject matter. Seen examinations test your knowledge and information retention as well as your fluency. You are required to undertake appropriate criminal investigation-related research. The dissertation gives you the opportunity to demonstrate an appropriate standard of research and enquiry into a specialised area of investigation, displaying an analytical discussion of that area.


How to apply

International applicants

Select your country/region to find out about our entry requirements, our local offices and agents in your area and to check key deadlines for deposits and pre-CAS documents: tees.ac.uk/international.

Entry requirements

Applicants should normally have a 2.2 honours degree (or above) in a relevant field. However, those who have relevant professional qualifications and relevant experience will also be considered. Non-UK students must also meet the University's minimum English language requirements.


Fees and funding

Tuition fees

No fee information has been provided for this course

Tuition fee status depends on a number of criteria and varies according to where in the UK you will study. For further guidance on the criteria for home or overseas tuition fees, please refer to the UKCISA website .

Additional fee information

Find out more about fees, funding and scholarships if you are from the UK or Ireland here: tees.ac.uk/pg or if you are an international student here: tees.ac.uk/international/fees.
Criminal Investigation at Teesside University, Middlesbrough - UCAS