Certificate/Diploma in Criminology at Bury College
Criminology will allow you to develop your knowledge and understanding of a wide range of crimes and gain an understanding of the work done in the criminal justice system. The course incorporates elements of psychology, law and sociology and covers a wide variety of crime-related topics including biological and sociological theories of criminality, processes used for law making in addition to media representations of crime. You will have the opportunity to acquire both practical and academic skills through applied learning. There will be the flexibility to enable you to study crimes you personally find interesting.Criminology will develop your English and communication skills as well as numerical skills. All of these skills are highly valued by higher education institutions or the ‘world of work’.
The minimum entry requirements for access to an A Level Study Programme will be two subjects at grade 5 (or grade B) and four subjects at grade 4 (or grade C). To study Criminology your grades must include GCSE maths and English Language grade 9-4 (A*-C).
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How to apply
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