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Southport College

BA (Hons) Criminology and Social Sciences

UCAS Code: BACR

Bachelor of Arts (with Honours) - BA (Hons)

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Course option

1.0year

Full-time | 2020

The pathway is intended to deliver work-ready BA hons graduates with the skills necessary to work in
the local economy within the public sector or related organisations. Criminology with Social Science is
subject area which can lead in to a number of different career pathways. Criminology with Social
science BAH students have been employed in a number of career areas including:
• Social Science
• Education
• Central and Local Government
• Finance
• Health & Social Care
• Law
• Public Services
Students registered for the programme will be encouraged to seek out and undertake voluntary work
in statutory, voluntary and community organisations related to and supporting the Criminology and
Social Sciences sector. This is not a placement but a situated learning experience to gain an
understanding of the agencies involved in the Criminology and Social Sciences sector and identifies
potential future employment opportunities. This learning experience seeks to enhance skills, to develop
and practice personal and professional values, ethics, standards and boundaries.
There is a strong ethos of collaboration and shared learning underpinning all teaching and learning
activities, ensuring governmental drivers pertaining to employees educated to level four and five are
recognised and embraced for the benefit of the criminology and social science based sectors and the
professional workforce itself. You will be encouraged and guided to work together to network
professionally and develop your scholarly ability, thus maximising your potential for success, both
academically and as a practitioner.

Modules

Youth Justice Autumn
Case Study and essay (100%)
End Module
CJSC6003 Restorative Justice Spring Report (100%) End Module
CJSC6005 Domestic Violence and the CJS Autumn Essay (100%) End Module
CJSC6002 Human Rights & Global Issues Spring
Individual Presentation (50%)
Written Assignment (50%)
Mid Module
End Module
CJSC6001 Dissertation Year Long Dissertation (100%) End Module

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£6,165
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