If you have the vision to make a difference to people, have an analytical mind or have a fascination with the criminal justice system, our criminology and social justice courses are perfect for kick-starting your journey into your dream job in the criminology industry.
What careers can Criminology and Social Justice courses lead to?
The criminology and social justice industry boasts a wealth of public sector careers. Whether your career aspiration is to enter the police force, work in criminal justice or progress into politics, through our direct employer links and expert tutors we can give you the skills to open the doors to unlock your future career.
UCEN Manchester offers career focussed Criminology and Social Justice courses in BA (Hons) and Foundation (FdA) to get you on the path into the industry and into employment.
What are the entry requirements to study Criminology and Social Justice?
For a Foundation degree in Criminology and Social Justice, you will need a Level 3 qualification in a related subject.
For a BA (Hons) top up degree, you will need recognition of prior learning and a Foundation Degree or HND or equivalent Level 5 qualification in a Criminology related subject.
How will I be assessed when studying Criminology and Social Justice?
Criminology and Social Justice courses are assessed through a range of reports, essays, presentations, examinations, and coursework assignments. More details about assessments for specific courses can be found on the course pages below.
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FdA Criminology and
Explore how criminal justice works and the ways in which crime interacts with society, focus on Criminology as a discipline, and develop professional skills for a rewarding career in law and the criminal justice system with this Foundation Degree.
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