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University of Essex Online

BSc (Hons) Criminal Psychology

4.8 ausgezeichnet 4 Meinungen
University of Essex Online
Online
  • University of Essex Online

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£ 18.480
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Tipologie Bachelor's degree
Methodologie Online
Dauer 48 Months
Beginn September 2019
Versendung von Lernmaterial Ja
Beratungsservice Ja
Virtueller Unterricht Ja
  • Bachelor's degree
  • Online
  • Dauer:
    48 Months
  • Beginn:
    September 2019
  • Versendung von Lernmaterial
  • Beratungsservice
  • Virtueller Unterricht
Beschreibung

Are you interested in furthering your professional knowledge? If your answer is “yes” then you should check this BSc (Hons) Criminal Psychology degree, imparted by University of Essex Online, that Emagister.co.uk has recently added to its catalogue.

This ever-evolving discipline focuses on the intersection between criminology and psychology, allowing you to apply theories, methods and research to reach an understanding of some of the critical issues facing today’s criminal justice system.

Created by subject experts, this programme gives you the opportunity to study alongside fellow professionals and classmates to take part in thought-provoking modules covering topics such as offender profiling, risk management and offender rehabilitation. The course emphasises the importance of evidence-based practice along with the integration of psychological theory to understand, reduce and prevent offending behaviour. You’ll also study the core areas of psychology including cognitive, social and developmental psychology.

So, if you want more information about this programme, contact University of Essex Online through Emagister.co.uk without hesitation. We will be glad to solve all your doubts.

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Welche Ziele verfolgt der Kurs?

You'll gain an awareness of the importance of evidence based practice along with the integration of psychological theory to understand, reduce and prevent offending behaviour. You'll also develop key skills that will set you up for career success in criminal justice, security, marketing, research or business.

Ist dieser Kurs für mich?

Anyone looking to improve their earning potential, boost their career prospects or begin a career in criminology or psychology.

Wie geht es nach der Info-Anfrage weiter?

They will be contacted by an Admissions Advisor who will discuss their options.

Voraussetzungen: There are two different entry routes. The Academic Entry Route requires you to have two A-levels (or equivalent). For the Work Experience Entry Route, you must have three years' relevant work experience, plus GCSE Maths and English at grade C or above (or equivalent). For both entry routes, if English is not your first language, your English ability should be equivalent to an IELTS (Academic) score of 6.0.

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Wo und wann
Beginn Lage
Sep-2019
Online
Beginn Sep-2019
Lage
Online

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Student
28.03.2018
Das Beste: This is probably the best university in UK all well equipped with best ever facilities.
Zu verbessern: -
Kurs abgeschlossen: März 2018
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Student
01.04.2018
Das Beste: The structure and architecture of the campus was worse than that I heard of. It was made by a Brutalist architecht. I would say it is the ugliest campus I have ever seen in my life.
Zu verbessern: -
Kurs abgeschlossen: April 2018
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Student
03.02.2018
Das Beste: Campus was amazing and so were the facilities. Only concern is, their computing teaching standards were way too low. Student Union grabs money every now and then. They hardly take care of the students.
Zu verbessern: -
Kurs abgeschlossen: Februar 2018
Würden Sie diesen Bildungsanbieter weiterempfehlen?: Ja
*Erhaltene Meinungen durch Emagister & iAgora

Was lernen Sie in diesem Kurs?

Mental Health
Cognitive Psychology
Criminology
Psychology
Occupational Psychology
Social Psychology
Crime
Decision-making
Psychological Development
Criminal Investigation
Biological Psychology
Victimology
Youth crime
Offender Profiling
Quantitative psychology
Developmental Science
Investigative Psychology
Forensive psychology

Themenkreis

The BSc (Hons) Criminal Psychology is made up of the following modules and, upon completion, is equal to a total of 360 credits.


Level 4 modules:
  • Fundamentals of Effective Learning in Psychology (15 credits)*
  • Introduction to Social Psychology (15 credits)*
  • Introduction to Cognitive Psychology (15 credits)*
  • Introduction to Research Methods (30 credits)*
  • Crime & Society (15 credits)*
  • Introduction to Offender Profiling (15 credits)*
  • One optional module from the list below**

Level 5 modules:
  • Biological Psychology (15 credits)*
  • Advanced Cognitive Psychology (15 credits)*
  • Psychological Development through the Lifespan (15 credits)*
  • Quantitative Psychology (15 credits)*
  • Individual Differences, Emotions and Behaviours (15 credits)*
  • Forensic Psychology (15 credits)*
  • Two optional modules from the list below**

Level 6 modules:
  • Critical Social Psychology (15 credits)
  • Developmental Science (15 credits)
  • Investigative Psychology (15 credits)
  • Final Criminal Psychology Project (30 credits)*
  • Criminal Behaviour and Deviance (15 credits)
  • Victimology and Criminal Victimisation (15 credits)
  • One optional module from the list below**

 Level 4 optional modules:
  • Dealing with Offending Behaviour (15 credits)
  • Personality and Intelligence (15 credits)

Level 5 optional modules:
  • Criminology (15 credits)
  • Risk Assessment and Management (15 credits)
  • Criminal Investigation (15 credits)
  • Youth Crime and Justice (15 credits)
  • Prisons and Penology (15 credits)
  • Substance Misuse and Crime (15 credits)
  • Probation and Community Justice (15 credits)

Level 6 optional modules:
  • Policing (15 credits)
  • Economics of Crime (15 credits)
  • Criminal Justice in the Information Age (15 credits)

* These modules are core and must be passed in order to achieve the award.

** Optional modules become core once taken.