First or second class honours. Comparable professional experience considered. Competant and detailed research proposal.
Months of entry
January, March, September, December
Course contentAn undergraduate and postgraduate department with excellent facilities, 15 lecturers, strong international links, visiting fellows and a large research income. In addition to the faculty research training course, students take a course on research methods in criminal justice.
Criminology; Policing; Penology; Crime Prevention; Riots; Race and Ethnic Relations; Urban Issues; Plea Bargaining and Court Discretion; Security Management; Risk; Crisis and Disaster Management; Aviation Safety; Democratization
Information for international students
Part-time study available in certain circumstances. International students based overseas required to attend for 4 weeks each year.
Fees and fundingESRC, Nuffield, Home Office, local authorities, businesses, EC.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Jo Oughton
- 0116 252 5792
- 0116 252 5788