During the programme you will build up your basic knowledge and skills in both Criminology and Psychology, which are quite distinct subjects that involve developing different, though related, skills and knowledge. Psychology is an investigative science, involving practical classes and report-writing, as well as acquiring knowledge and critically examining evidence. Criminology is a social science, therefore you will be expected to read independently for lectures and seminars, and contribute to discussions and debates as part of your studies.
How is the course assessed?
Mix of Exams and Coursework
Hull College Group
64 UCAS points, IELTS Score: 6.5 Although we use UCAS points as a guide for students coming straight from school or college, for us, what you've achieved in the past isn't nearly as important as what we believe you can achieve in the future and we excel at providing the support that helps students succeed, regardless of their previous academic background
In addition: Successful completion of a L3 qualification in an appropriate discipline and three GCSEs including Maths and English at C or above (or equivalent)
Modules & Units
Level Four Modules*
Personal and Professional Development (20 credits) Work-related Learning (20 credits) Foundations of Criminology (20 credits) Introduction to Developmental Psychology (20 credits) Understanding the Individual (20 credits) Introduction to Sociological Inquiry (20 credits)
*Subject to approval