13 courses found
Youth work courses can teach you to help children have a better start in life, and lead to a fulfilling, rewarding career.
Bringing together the closely related disciplines of Law and Criminology, this course explores the widely publicised and often emotive issues surrounding crime, punishment, justice and the legal system.
If you are seeking to develop a career in the criminal justice sector, in professions such as policing, community safety or youth offending, but don’t necessarily want to become a Chartered Psychologist, this degree could be right for you.
What are the causes of crime? How can crime be prevented? Do prisons work? What are the alternatives? Is sentencing fair? These are some of the cutting-edge questions we consider on our course, which is ideal if you are interested in a career in the criminal justice sector, in professions such as policing, community safety or youth offending.
If your attention to detail is unmatched you could be destined for life in investigation. This degree will get you there.
This course aims to explore what makes people commit crime and to identify the factors which may predict criminal behaviour.
Interested in politics, global citizenship and international humanitarian aid? Our International Relations degree covers our global society.
Interested in how countries are governed and decisions made? A degree in Politics may refine your power of judgment and critical thinking.
Interested in why people think, feel and behave the way they do? This course takes a scientific approach to understanding the human mind.
There aren’t many careers or degree courses that make you feel like you’re giving back to society in the way Social Work can.
Combining two exciting and complementary disciplines, this fascinating degree explores some of society’s most pressing issues in relation to inequality, deviance and marginality.
Do you consider yourself to have an inquisitive mind? This sociology course encourages you to look at the world in different ways.
Sport and exercise psychologists use scientific research methods to explore how people’s thoughts, feelings and behaviours affect their sports performance.