As a student of Criminology you will: Develop the ability to apply skills in such a way that students will be able to use skills required for independent learning and development including a range of generic and transferable skills that will support learning in other subjects. In addition students will be able to develop the ability to solve problems using project based research and presentation skills. As the content of the course is closely related to the real world context, students will also be able to develop skills that allow them to work alongside other professionals, in a professional environment and understand the functioning of the criminal justice system and crime related incidents in more detail. Lastly, students will also be able to use techniques and use a wide range of relevant information to analyse crime-related issues and problems.
BSc Criminology, BSc Forensics, BSc Psychology, LLB Law, BSc Sociology.
Police officer, Forensic analyst, Psychologist, Lawyer, Counsellor, Teacher.
Additional Entry Requirements
Grade 5 – 9 in English Language, 4 in Science.
50% internally controlled assessment
50% external examinations
Opportunities for work related activities
Opportunities may include visits to court, as well as meeting and networking with law professionals such as judges and lawyers.