Sociology with Criminology BA Honours

Middlesex University
In London (Grossbritannien)

£ 9.250 - (10.950 )
zzgl. MwSt.

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  • Bachelor's degree
  • London (Grossbritannien)
  • Dauer:
    3 Years
  • Wann:
    September 2017

Our specialist degree explores the changing structures of society through a sociological lens and examines how and why crimes are committed. Our academics are leading pioneering research projects to uncover new findings in the discipline.

Why study BA Sociology with Criminology at Middlesex?

Our criminology degree was one of the first in the world and our department continues to produce internationally revered research from within our Crime and Conflict Research Centre, which will inform your studies. Crime and criminal justice are central issues in modern society and our specialist degree enables you to understand them from a sociological perspective. You will explore the use of sociological and criminological thinking on everyday life events, beginning with the principal founders of the discipline: Marx, Weber, and Durkheim. The specialist criminology...

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Voraussetzungen: Interviews, entrance tests, portfolios and auditions Entry onto this course does not require an interview, entrance test, portfolio or audition.


Wo und wann

Beginn Lage
The Burroughs, NW4 4BT, London, Grossbritannien
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Was lernen Sie in diesem Kurs?

Skills and Training
Violent Crime
Analytical skills
Criminal Justice
probation service
Explaining Crime
Green Criminology
Environmental Justice
Modern Sociology


Through studying a range of key concepts and theoretical approaches in sociology and criminology you will develop a critical approach to the study of the disciplines and contemporary society as a whole. Your understanding of major concepts and themes in contemporary sociology will relate to life in the community and you will analyse the nature of social relationships between individuals, groups and social institutions.

You will actively debate and discuss sociological topics with an appreciation of theory, evidence and relevance and learn to present conclusions in a variety of appropriate sociological formats and learn to evaluate theory and evidence accordingly.

What will you gain?
A degree in Sociology with Criminology allows you to develop a suite of professional skills to equip you for success in your career, such as analytical and research skills. These skills will enable you to critically evaluate a wide range of materials including theory and policies, strategies, and operational plans.

You will develop excellent awareness of how policy is created, interpreted and implemented, and how this informs society. You will also be able to draw on a wide range of criminological theories and concepts in order to develop a debate or discussion and to justify your conclusions.

You can find more information about this course in the programme specification.
Year 1
Classical and Modern Sociology (30 Credits) Compulsory
Explaining Crime (30 Credits) Compulsory
Skills and Methods in Criminology and Sociology (30 Credits) Compulsory
Understanding Contemporary Society: Issues and Debates (30 Credits) Compulsory
Year 2
Approaches to Research in the Social Sciences (30 Credits) Compulsory
Contemporary Social Theory (30 Credits) Compulsory
Criminology in Late Modernity (30 Credits) Compulsory
State, Society and Globalisation (30 Credits) Compulsory
Year 3
Children as Victims and Offenders (30 Credits) Optional
Diasporas (30 Credits) Optional
Diversity and its Discontents (30 Credits) Optional
Environmental Justice and Green Criminology (30 Credits) Optional
Gangs and Group Offending (30 Credits) Optional
Gender, Sexuality and Society (30 Credits) Optional
Media, Communication, Society (30 Credits) Optional
Organised and White Collar Crime (30 Credits) Optional
Social Movements, Conflict and Change (30 Credits) Optional
Sociology Dissertation (30 Credits) Compulsory
Violence and Society (30 Credits) Optional

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£11,500 per year