University Centre Farnborough

Modern History with Criminology University Centre Farnborough Degree level: Undergraduate Awarded by: University of Surrey

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Explore the nature of crime and unpick events from modern history that have shaped the world we live in. This joint honours degree will introduce you to a range of interesting topics, ranging from Victorian society to crime prevention.

Our two-year fast-track degrees are awarded by the University of Surrey. They have been created so that you can:

  • Start your career or masters course a year sooner

  • Save money by paying for just two years’ tuition fees

  • Save money on the costs associated with being a student

  • Based at Farnborough College of Technology, we offer classroom-based lectures, a small campus experience and plenty of personalised support. This makes us a popular choice locally for those who want to study higher education in a down-to-earth setting – where you won’t get lost in the crowd.

Modules chosen at Level 5 and Level 6 will define the particular degree title awarded, of either BA (Hons) Criminology with Modern History or BA (Hons) Modern History with Criminology.

What will I study?

Criminology
The study of crime is a fascinating area to delve into. During your degree, you will begin to think like a criminologist, by unpicking the theories that seek to explain types and trends of crime and how society and the police choose to deal with them.

You will use quantitative research methods to inspect topics such as victimology where you will explore the psychological effects of crime victims, and criminal profiling where you will investigate what makes a criminal and how can you identify them.

This course will introduce you to many fascinating theories and practices within the subject of crime. You will be debating a range of thought-provoking ideas and working on assignments that reflect both crime prevention and critical issues that surround crime.

Modern History
Looking to the past is essential in beginning to understand the way of the modern world. Recent history has seen devastating world wars, new technologies and shifts in world powers. By studying modern history with us, you will start to uncover a number of interesting topics and events that continue to shape the world we live in.

Our modern history degree covers topics as diverse as the Victorians, sexualities and politics. Along the way, you will also discover how to understand and research the past in great depth.

Course details

Modules

Level 4 (Year 1: September – April)

The aim of the Level 4 programme is to give all students a thorough grounding in a both Criminology and English Literature. Typical topics studied include:

  • Understanding the Past
  • Victorian Society
  • Gender and History
  • Russia
  • Introduction to Criminology
  • Criminological Theories
  • Criminal Justice
  • Understanding Crime

You will also benefit from a course in academic skills for degree students.

Level 5 (April in Year 1 – December in Year 2)

Level 5 of the programme offers students the opportunity to develop their skills in more depth in a range of topics. Options are chosen from the following:

  • Researching the Past
  • Fascism in the 20th Century
  • Public History
  • Victorian Social and Political Thought
  • Victimology
  • Types and Trends of Crime
  • Diversity and Crime
  • Social Research Methods

Level 6 (January in Year 2 to June in Year 2)

In the final Level of study students have further opportunity to specialise in their chosen area. For example:

  • Using the Past
  • Empire and Colonialism
  • History of Sexualities
  • Crime Prevention
  • Critical Issues in Criminology

In addition to taught modules a dissertation will allow students to conduct research and investigate a topic in greater depth.

Assessment method

How will I be taught?

The style of teaching and learning used in this programme has been carefully designed to suit the subject matter. We recognise that students learn in various ways, so we use a range of different teaching methods and situations to best deliver the learning outcomes for each module. The range of teaching and learning methods used in this programme includes:

  • Lecture Based Presentations
  • Individual and Group Project Work
  • Individual Presentations
  • Group and Individual Tutorials
  • Case Studies
  • Classroom Activities
  • Promoting Interaction at Peer and Tutor Level

How to apply

You can no longer submit a new application for courses starting in 2019.

If you already have a 2019 application and are in Clearing, you can add this course as a Clearing choice in Track – contact the university or college first to check they have places.

Application deadlines

If your application is completed by the following date, it’s guaranteed to be considered:

15 January

*If you apply after this deadline, universities or colleges don’t have to consider your application if they’ve filled their spaces, so the sooner you apply, the better!

Application codes

You will need these codes when you add a choice to your application.

Course code VL13
Institution code F66
Campus name Main Site
Campus code -

Points of entry

The following entry points are available for this course:

  • Year 1

Entry requirements

Qualification requirements

Qualification Offer Further information
UCAS Tariff 72 points


Fees and funding

Tuition fees

Channel Islands £8,000 Year 1
EU £12,000 Year 1
International £12,000 Year 1
England £8,000 Year 1
Northern Ireland £8,000 Year 1
Scotland £8,000 Year 1
Wales £8,000 Year 1

Additional fee information

No additional fees or cost information has been supplied for this course, please contact the provider directly.

Provider information

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University Centre Farnborough
Boundary Road
Farnborough
GU14 6SB


Clearing contact details

Admissions Office

01252 407028


Course contact details

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