Anglia Ruskin University
A Cambridge (Inghilterra)

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  • Bachelor's degree
  • Cambridge (Inghilterra)
  • Durata:
    6 Years

Throughout the degree, you will explore and debate exciting current topics relating to the criminal justice process, such as investigation and profiling, sentencing and punishments; as well as crimes relating to war, terrorism and sport. In addition, you will learn how to concentrate a wide range of material and research into short reports and visual representations, as well as to speculate on the sentencing ranges for a real-life court case.

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Requisiti: Our typical minimum entry requirement is grade C or above in GCSE in English and Mathematics plus 220 tariff points at A level or a full Access Certificate/Diploma in a related subject. Candidates who do not qualify by any of these routes are welcome to contact us to discuss admission on previous qualifications and experience.


Dove e quando

Inizio Luogo
01 ottobre 2016
01 ottobre 2016
Cambridge Campus, East Road, CB1 1PT, Cambridgeshire, Inghilterra
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Course overview

Emerging from a background of Social Sciences and Law, in recent years Criminology has become an important discipline in its own right. At Anglia Ruskin, our highly regarded and innovative Criminology degree is tailor-made so you can realize your maximum potential and develop a range of life-enhancing and transferable skills that will be advantageous in many future careers. This degree will allow you to examine hotly contested issues from both traditional and contemporary contexts, through a variety of contrasting lenses such as law, psychology, media studies, sociology and forensic science.


  • Social Science and Society
  • Researching Social Issues
  • Adventures in Criminology
  • Basic Criminalistics
  • Analytical Techniques for Forensic Science
  • Conflicts and Contradictions in Crime
  • Media and Crime
  • Social Research Methods
  • Deviance, Social Control and the Construction of Crime
  • Trials and Errors
  • Just War? Crimes Against Humanity, War Crimes and Justice
  • Retribution, Restoration and Rehabilitation
  • Violent Crime: Body and Mind
  • Crime and Community Safety
  • Contemporary Explanations of Crime
  • Independent Learning Module
  • Undergraduate Major Project
  • Faces of the Criminal Justice System
  • Comparative Criminal Justice
  • 'Race', Racism and Cultural Identity
  • Preparing for Work
  • Terrorism in Context: Political Violence, Society and the State
  • Young People and Youth Offending
  • Sex, Sex Offending and Society
  • Diasporas and Migration
  • Literary Critique: Book Club
  • Anglia Language Programme


Assessment is carried out via a very broad mix of methods including case studies, presentations, essays, patchwork texts, portfolios, poster presentations, data analysis exercises, examinations, group projects and an individual Major Project.


Up to 6 years, part-time.

Teaching times


  • Tues 10.00-3.00pm
  • Fri 10.00-12.00pm


  • Mon 9.00am-5.00pm
  • Fri 2.00pm-4.30pm

Teaching times for guidance only and subject to change.

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Career opportunities: Criminology provides excellent preparation for many careers. Recent graduates have been employed by The National Probation Service as Probation Officers, Prison-based Probation Service Officers; the Police (including Crime Scene and Victim Liaison Officer); The Prison Service, as Prison Officers and governors; The Home Office, as researchers and policy analysts; The Crown Prosecution Service; The Court Service; Youth Offending Teams/Youth work and Crime Reduction Partnerships.