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BSc (Hons)Criminal Investigation with Forensic Psychology (Sandwich)

Solent University
United Kingdom, Southampton
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Overview

The skills developed are benchmarked against the requirements of Investigations and Psychology employment such as analytical thinking, crime scene investigations, presentation of evidential studies and critical thinking.

The course is regularly updated and informed by the latest theory and working practice, thanks to experienced lecturing staff working within criminal justice and criminology – ensuring your tuition is current, real-world relevant and tailored to the needs of the industry.

And we are proud to offer a wide range of expert guest speakers from the industry, enhancing your learning through practical understanding of sector challenges and considerations – and offering a network of employment opportunities. The course is also supported by optional site visits, both locally and internationally, giving you the chance to broaden your perspective of the criminal justice sector.

As well as developing your personal skills, you will build a range of highly transferable communication, teamwork and group interaction skills to enhance your employability.

And the learning experience at Solent is a key feature of the course, providing opportunities for personal and group reflection alongside highly stimulating tuition. Many of the staff are current industry experts and published academics in relevant fields, with an open-door policy and a wealth of experience to share.

Career opportunities

On graduating, you will be well prepared for a variety of criminology related careers, with skills that are aligned to many professional roles and highly desirable by employers.

Potential roles and sectors include:

Probation
Third sector supporting victims, or working with addiction
Forensic crime scene investigator
Security services
Social service
Youth work
Military policing
Human rights and other related organisations or groups
Working with victims and dangerous offenders
Customs and excise
Information security
Police
Courts
Prisons
Border and immigration
Crown Prosecution Service
Drugs project workers
Mental health case workers
Local authority community safety units
National Crime Agency
Police support staff
The Home Office
Crime analysts in police services
Private security
CCTV management
Fraud/financial services investigation

Apply now! Fall semester 2021/22
This intake is not applicable

We are currently NOT ACCEPTING applications from NON-EU countries, except Georgia and Serbia.

Application deadlines apply to citizens of: United States

Apply now! Fall semester 2021/22
This intake is not applicable

We are currently NOT ACCEPTING applications from NON-EU countries, except Georgia and Serbia.

Application deadlines apply to citizens of: United States