Criminology and Sociology - BSc (Hons) (ML93)

 

  


London Metropolitan University



Criminology and Sociology - BSc (Hons)


Requirements / Wymagania

PRZEDMIOT (co najmniej 2 przedmioty na poziomie rozszerzonym) POZIOM PODSTAWOWY POZIOM ROZSZERZONY
Matematyka oraz inne przedmioty ścisłe -  minimum 40%
Przedmioty humanistyczne (wliczając j. angielski)  - minimum 50%
Średnia ze wszystkich przedmiotów  minimum 60%  -
Certyfikat językowy TOEFL opcjonalnie jeśli nie spełnisz powyższych wymagań z matury - iBT 87+ (min). (Listening = 22, Reading = 21, Writing = 21, Speaking = 23) -
Certyfikat językowy IELTS opcjonalnie jeśli nie spełnisz powyższych wymagań z matury - średnia 5.5 z minimum 5.5 w każdej części -

UWAGA

Jeżeli nie spełnisz warunków uczelnia może zaproponować Tobie studia w tzw. trybie rozszerzonym, 4 letnim, ("Extended Degree") gdzie w pierwszym roku uzupełnisz brakujące kwalifikacje. Dotyczy to sytuacji gdy np. w szkole nie miałeś chemii ani biologii, a zamierzasz studiować np. "Sport with Dance Therapy". Wtedy na pierwszym roku uzupełniasz wiedzę z przedmiotów jakich nie miałeś w szkole. 


Matura zdawana przed 2005
  • Średnia ze wszystkich przedmiotów co najmniej "4"
  • Ocena z co najmniej pięciu przedmiotów co najmniej "3"
  • Ocena z j.angielskiego co najmniej "4" lub certyfikat z j. angielskiego (patrz wyżej)


Why study this course?

Leading academics and current probation workers will help you gain the knowledge you need to understand the social challenges of crime and its effect on the lives of victims and perpetrators. Work placement opportunities are available to you throughout your three-year degree to give you the real life experience of working in the field. Once complete, you'll be ready for a career in the criminal justice system, the police, third sector organisations and more. In the most recent (2014-15) Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education (DLHE) survey, 100% of graduates from this course were in work or further study within six months.


More about this course

With the London Met Criminology and Sociology BSc course, you’ll be ready to question the social meaning of crime and help the individuals affected by it.

Explore the relationship between crime, race, gender, wealth and society to build the skills you need to undertake effective social and criminological research. Contemporary examples and case studies make you aware of the latest challenges faced by society and the innovative ways to deal with them.

London Metropolitan University’s criminology and sociology lecturers have the professional experience, expert insight and leading published works to help you progress through your course. Substantial student support and access to staff is guaranteed so that you can focus on your studies and get all your academic questions answered.

Course highlights include field work opportunities in mentoring, charity and third sector placements as well as a final year dissertation where you can create a unique piece of research in the field that interests you most, helping you to stand out when awarded your degree.


January 2018

  • full- time: 3 years, £9,250 per year
  • part- time: 4 years, £2,310 per 30 credit module

September 2018

  • full-time: 3 years, £9,500 per year
     
  • part-time: 4 years, £2,370 per 30 credit module

Assessment

You're assessed by essays, seen and unseen examinations, research projects and a final dissertation, all designed to ensure you have the thorough academic background for the criminology and sociology career of your choice.



 


Modular structure

The modules listed below are for the academic year 2016/17 and represent the course modules at this time. Modules and module details (including, but not limited to, location and time) are subject to change over time.

YEAR ONE
  • Cultures, Identity and Difference (core, 30 credits) 
  • Introduction to Criminological Theory (core, 30 credits) 
  • Introduction to the Criminal Justice System (core, 30 credits) 
  • Researching Crime and Deviance (core, 30 credits) 
  • Social Problems and Social Issues (core, 30 credits) 
  • Sociological Imagination (core, 30 credits) 
YEAR TWO
  • Measuring and Interpreting Crime (core, 30 credits) 
  • Self and Society (core, 30 credits) 
  • Crime in Context (alternative core, 30 credits) 
  • Perspectives on Policing (alternative core, 30 credits) 
  • Racism and Ethnicity (alternative core, 30 credits) 
  • Crime, Media and Technology (option, 15 credits) 
  • Youth, Crime and Violence (option, 15 credits) 
  • Youth, Resistance and Social Control (option, 30 credits) 
YEAR THREE
  • Crime Control and Penology (core, 30 credits) 
  • Criminology and Sociology Project (core, 30 credits) 
  • Living Theory (core, 30 credits) 
  • Criminological Research Practice (option, 15 credits) 
  • Gender and Sexuality (option, 30 credits) 
  • Human Rights and Conflict (option, 15 credits) 
  • Political Sociology (option, 15 credits) 
  • Serious and Serial Offenders (option, 15 credits) 
  • Social Control, Drugs and Organised Crime (option, 30 credits) 
  • Terrorism and Counter-Terrorism (option, 15 credits) 
  • Victims and Crime (option, 15 credits) 


What our students say

“Lecturers are always willing to talk and give advice about work, even out of office hours. They are so passionate about their subject, it helps me to learn and write essays confidently. Overall, the support I received from the lecturers has made me confident in my subject and hopeful for a bright future in my chosen career. I feel equipped to leave this year go out in the real world.”

National Student Survey

"The lecturers are always there to help. I love the fact that the lecturers have practical and professional experience in the field that they are teaching us."

National Student Survey


After the course

Successful completion of this course offers you improved career opportunities in the criminal justice system, the National Probation Service, the police and the fields of social work and research. Our graduates have secured roles as probation officers, senior detective constables and assistant researcher criminologists, working for organisations like the the Finnish Police, the London Community Rehabilitation Company and the University of Edinburgh.

The programme is also excellent preparation if you want to pursue further study or research, at university or with a specialist body. Through postgraduate study at London Met you can gain further links with police forces, benefiting from the strong culture of research in units like our John Grieve Centre for Policing and Community Safety.


Moving to one campus

Between 2016 and 2020 we're investing £125 million in the London Metropolitan University campus, moving all of our activity to our current Holloway campus in Islington, north London. This will mean the teaching location of some courses will change over time.

Whether you will be affected will depend on the duration of your course, when you start and your mode of study. The earliest moves affecting new students will be in September 2017. This may mean you begin your course at one location, but over the duration of the course you are relocated to one of our other campuses. Our intention is that no full-time student will change campus more than once during a course of typical duration.

All students will benefit from our move to one campus, which will allow us to develop state-of-the-art facilities, flexible teaching areas and stunning social spaces.


Additional costs

Please note, in addition to the tuition fee there may be additional costs for things like equipment, materials, printing, textbooks, trips or professional body fees.

Additionally, there may be other activities that are not formally part of your course and not required to complete your course, but which you may find helpful (for example, optional field trips). The costs of these are additional to your tuition fee and the fees set out above and will be notified when the activity is being arranged.



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