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Criminology

University Of Bath
  • Data de início

    2020 - 2021
  • Fees

    £0
  • Study mode

    Full-Time
  • Ucas Code

    L370
  • Campus

    University Of Bath
  • Qualification

    Bachelor of Science
Sumário

O melhor curso na melhor universidade para você

Explore issues facing us in the 21st century relating to crime and criminal justice. Develop research and data handling skills relevant to a range of careers. Criminology gives you a deep insight into the theories of crime, justice and punishment, by drawing on multiple perspectives and disciplines. With a strong global focus, youâ??ll explore crime and related topics from around the world, looking at everything from human rights and terrorism, to social justice, contemporary social problems, and the globalisation of crime. Youâ??ll gain knowledge of how criminal justice agencies work and interact, how criminal justice policy is created, and how policing, courts and prisons present new and pressing challenges for todayâ??s world. As well as a strong theoretical grounding, the course equips you with solid practical skills in critical enquiry, research and data generation. Studying at Bath means youâ??ll get to work with a leading team of criminal justice researchers and criminologists, with significant global expertise. Thereâ??s also the chance to hone your skills further by doing a placement year in a relevant setting. This course will particularly appeal if youâ??re strong on critical thinking. The skills and broad-based understanding you go away with will set you up well for diverse careers, whether you decide to go into the criminal justice sector, a third sector organisation or another field. Teaching Youâ??ll learn from academics with expertise across the social sciences. Their international collaborations and research activities feed into undergraduate teaching and contribute to your learning experience. Our researchers have specialisms in: children and families health international development justice and rights migration policy design and analysis poverty violence and crime Careers Those who study our social sciences degrees have excellent career options. Our graduates have worked as social and policy researchers, civil servants, international consultants, journalists, accountants and in a variety of government, charity sector and business-related roles. Our recent graduates have gone on to work for: Amazon Guide Dogs Parliamentary Research Service Goldman Sachs BBC Worldwide