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With Arden's Criminology & Psychology Degree, you get the chance to study two fascinating social science fields, spending equal amounts of time on each discipline.
You will learn all about the effects of social diversity and inequality on crime rates, develop an understanding of a range of research methods and data analysis skills, and acquire knowledge of a range of influences on psychological well-being.
When you sign up for one of our compressed blended courses and become a student at an Arden University study centre, you get the best of both worlds. All the structure and personal tuition of a full time degree, coupled with the rich online resources and materials that our online students benefit from. This option is ideal for students who want the routine of a full time campus-based degree, without the full time commitment. This course is available to study at one of our study centres in Birmingham, Manchester, Tower Hill, Holborn and Ealing.
Online Distance Learning
Online Distance Learning is the flexible way of pursing a higher education qualification. You can study an international qualification without putting your life on hold. You will be able to watch online tutorials and access all of your learning materials online, you can study from any place in the world, on any device, at a time to suit you, as long as you can access the internet. If you don't want the huge expenses of going to a traditional university, or you are looking to gain work experience alongside gaining qualifications, online study may be the solution for you.
Year 1 (Level 4) -
Skills for Interdisciplinary Study;
Introduction to Social & Developmental Psychology;
Introduction to Biological & Cognitive Psychology;
Crime & Society;
Criminal Justice System;
Key Studies in Psychology.
/ Year 2 (Level 5) -
Research and Ethics in Action;
Personality and Intelligence;
Contemporary Debates in Criminology;
Policing & Police Powers.
/ Year 3 (Level 6) -
Contemporary Developmental Psychology;
Research Planning & Project
How to apply
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!
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Points of entry
The following entry points are available for this course:
- Year 1
To be eligible for this Psychology and Criminology course through the standard entry requirements you must have either:
Two subjects at GCE A level or equivalent, plus passes at grade C or above in Maths and two other subjects at GCSE level or equivalent;
Completed a recognised Access Programme or equivalent.
English language requirements
|IELTS (Academic)||6.0||or equivalent|
Fees and funding
|Northern Ireland||£23,250||Whole course|