Quantitative Social Sciences (Criminology) BSc

This course gets to the heart of social science and why it matters, with a particular emphasis on criminology. You'll learn how high-quality research is done, how it's communicated and the difference it can make to our lives.

As one of only 15 UK Q-Step centres, we deliver intensive training in quantitative methods. From gathering and interpreting data, to understanding trends and how social statistics are created and used, you'll learn data literacy and analysis skills in an accessible, engaging, rigorous way.

The degree will give you an overview of the fundamentals of criminology, covering key issues such as who commits crime and how society responds.

You'll become a highly proficient researcher, adept at communicating your findings to both a specialist and non-specialist audience.

There are plenty of chances to get valuable work experience, including on our placement scheme. You might work on a project for a government office, go on placement with a company or do consultation or research work for an industry partner or research centre.

BSc Award
September Start
Full-time Study Mode
3 years Duration
L4M9 UCAS Code

Entry Requirements For This Course

The A Level entry requirements for this course are: ABB

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