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Crime, its causes, and how we should deal with it, are never far from the headlines, and expertise in this area is increasingly valued by employers in government and other sectors.
Study our MA in Applied Criminal Justice and Criminology and you will gain in-depth knowledge about the causes of crime, the criminal justice system and current themes in criminological debates.
Learning from experts with a wealth of academic and practical experience, you will gain a level of knowledge, which will open up a range of exciting career opportunities.
WHY APPLIED CRIMINAL JUSTICE AND CRIMINOLOGY AT SWANSEA?
As a postgraduate student at the Hillary Rodham Clinton School of Law, you will be part of a globally recognised law school, with a thriving academic environment committed to excellence in teaching and research, and offering an exceptional student experience.
- You will gain an in-depth understanding of criminological theories and of the criminal justice system
- You will learn the latest international developments in criminological and criminal justice research
- You can study the impact of social, political and economic factors on crime and criminal justice policy
- Swansea University is ranked 26th in the UK for research quality and 22nd for research impact (REF 2014)
YOUR APPLIED CRIMINAL JUSTICE AND CRIMINOLOGY EXPERIENCE
- You will learn from industry experts, with a wealth of academic and practical experience, in a globally recognised law school with a vibrant academic community dedicated to understanding some of society’s most challenging issues.
- Our small lecture groups give you the chance to voice your opinion and share ideas.
- Guest speakers include senior criminal justice practitioners, managers, and policy makers.
- You can join social events organised by the student-led Criminology Society.
APPLIED CRIMINAL JUSTICE AND CRIMINOLOGY EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES
The knowledge you gain on this MA in Applied Criminal Justice and Criminology opens up a range of potential careers in:
- Public sector – government, civil service, political and policy advice
- Private sector – global, national or local business
- Non-governmental sector
- Research and academia