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Entrants to the programme will normally have an Honours degree or equivalent.
Recent graduates would generally have achieved an upper second class honours degrees in any field. It is anticipated that this degree will also evoke interest from students overseas for whom such qualification is not available in their home country.
Applicants who are working for the police or other organisations with prevention or enforcement responsibilities in any aspect of rural or environmental crime may qualify for entry without holding a first degree.
Applications will also be considered from those with an interest in compliance who can demonstrate relevant career experience.
Months of entry
On our MSc in Rural and Environmental Crime and Policing programme, you will benefit from working with academics who have extensive experience in policing and are involved in the latest research into rural and environmental crime.
Taught as a flexible-learning programme, the course culminates in an extended project, where you will research an area of particular interest to you or your employer.
Information for international students
For further support and advice please visit our International Students section on our website.
Fees and funding
Please see the fees and funding page.
Qualification, course duration and attendance options
- part time24 months
- Distance learningis available for this qualification
Course contact details
- Enquiries Team