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BA Criminology and Criminal Justice

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Why study Criminology and Criminal Justice?

Bangor was one of the first 'traditional' universities to offer a single honours degree in Criminology and Criminal Justice. You will be taught by staff who combine research careers with a real dedication for teaching which takes place in a friendly and informal environment. We have good links with criminal justice agencies (locally, nationally and internationally) and our courses are innovative and reflect the topicality of the subject area. We also have a range of visiting speakers which adds to the learning experience. The structure of the degree allows you to specialise as well as to cover a broad range of options and to rise to the intellectual challenges of the subject area. The first year is designed to build your confidence, whatever your background

Core modules will give you a firm grounding in the substantive, methodological and theoretical components of Criminology as well as related aspects of the disciplines of law, sociology and psychology. You will gain both the subject knowledge and research skills needed to understand and contribute to wider knowledge of crime and criminal justice. The range of optional modules on offer allows you to focus on topics that suit your interests and career ambitions.

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  • How will I know that Criminology and Criminal Justice at Bangor is the right choice for me?

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