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School of Psychological, Social and Behavioural Sciences
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The School of Psychological, Social and Behavioural Sciences is comprised of a number of discipline areas including Psychology, Criminology, Social Work, Youth Work and Community Studies. At Coventry University we have a strong focus on interaction from examining how people think and interact to studying a range of issues relating to crime, punishment and deviance in society.
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This course teaches you how to investigate people’s thoughts, feelings, and behaviours using psychological research methods. You should choose to study this degree if you are interested in why people think, feel, and behave the way they do.
Our degree programme aims to equip you with a critical perspective on a wide variety of phenomena associated with crime, victimisation, punishment and criminal justice, with a focus on its causes.