Normally an upper second class honours degree (2:1) or equivalent.
Months of entry
The course covers conceptual and practical underpinnings and implications of research, looking at various research techniques and the rationale behind them. It will enable you to develop essential skills in both quantitative and qualitative work and to apply those skills to specific criminological issues.
In previous years, typical modules offered were:Perspectives on Social Research (15 credits) Statistical Exploration and Reasoning (15 Credits) Research Design and Process (15 credits) Qualitative Research Methods in Social Science (15 credits) Key criminological theories and concepts
Policy Related and Evaluation Research (15 credits)Dissertation (60 credits)
Information for international students
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Course contact details
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