Psychology and Criminology BSc (Hons)

How do social divisions affect people’s experience of criminal justice? In this introduction to crime and deviance you will explore the workings of the criminal justice system. Examine responses to criminal behaviour in the context of both law and economics while building valuable transferable skills in research, critical thinking and communication.

This British Psychological Society (BPS) accredited award covers core areas of social, biological, cognitive, developmental psychology as well as a range of exciting options as you apply psychological and criminological theory and research methods to your understanding of criminality investigation, management, treatment and prevention.

BSc (Hons) Award
October Start
Full-time Study Mode
3 years Duration
CM89 UCAS Code

Entry Requirements For This Course

We will consider you as an individual and take into account all elements of your application, not just your qualifications. We are looking for breadth and depth in your current studies and enthusiasm for the subject you wish to study.

UCAS has introduced a new tariff for courses starting from September 2017. This means the points you will be asked for are different to previous years but the grades you receive have not changed.

At least 80 points with 64 points from 2 A level passes at C or above.

At least 80 points with 64 from Merit Merit in two BTEC Subsidiary Diplomas or one BTEC Diploma.

At least 80 points with Merit Merit Pass in the BTEC Extended Diploma.

A completed Access to Higher Education Diploma.

Equivalent qualifications such as Irish Leaving Certificate, OCR Nationals, International Baccalaureate and CACHE Level 3 awards.

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