The normal criterion for admission is an upper second class honours degree in a relevant subject (social sciences, criminology, sociology etc.) from a UK university or an equivalent qualification.
Months of entry
Crime, deviance and criminal justice are endlessly fascinating. By studying Criminology at the University of Southampton, you will be engaging in a discipline that is one of the oldest in the Social Sciences, and with the topic of crime, a central feature of human behaviour. This fascinating course will help you establish a successful academic or professional career with the police, the prison service, the NHS or security companies.
MSc Criminology is one of the most exciting postgraduate masters courses available. It will expose you to important international criminological research findings and help you develop the skills to analyse the complex social issues confronting a globalised world.
Qualification and course duration
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- Social, Human and Mathematical Sciences