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What are the career options with a postgraduate certificate in policing?

Our Postgraduate Certificate programme in Policing and Criminal Investigation covers a lot of important and challenging content in its short 8-month duration. Students on the course explore the wide-ranging methods used to investigate major crimes, such as sexual assault and homicide, while reviewing effective police partnerships and leadership. The course also has a strong focus on the role of psychology.... Read more

Caroline Bluemel 21st Sep 2017

Interview with our Head of Criminology, Dr Michael Lewis

This week, we're interviewing our Head of Criminology, Dr Michael Lewis. Michael completed his PhD in Forensic Psychology at the University of Central Lancashire. During this time he worked as an Associate Lecturer teaching on the undergraduate Psychology programme. He was later employed by the University of Leicester to lecture on their MSc in Forensic Psychology. Michael has also worked.... Read more

Caroline Bluemel 16th Dec 2016

What are the career options with a criminology degree?

A BA (Hons) Criminology and Criminal Justice will prepare you for a huge range of careers across the public, private and voluntary sectors. Our online and part-time BA degree course allows you to train for a job within the police, probation, prisons, youth work, youth offending services and private and voluntary sectors while fitting your studies around your other work.... Read more

Caroline Bluemel 30th Sep 2016

Interview with Criminology student and Special Constable, Jamie Heslop

Overcoming everyday obstacles like family and work obligations to commit to online study isn’t easy, and it only gets harder when you work in a physically and mentally demanding job like the police force. So how do our students do it? We caught up with one of our Criminology and Criminal Justice students, Jamie Heslop, a Special Constable, to ask.... Read more

Caroline Bluemel 20th Nov 2015

Common misconceptions about criminology and criminal justice

Criminology and Criminal Justice is one of the most exciting and popular courses available at the BA (Hons) level. However, the course (and the careers it leads to) is also the victim of a huge amount of confusion and misunderstanding. This week’s blog post helps to dispel those myths…   Myth 1: You’ll learn how to solve crimes This is.... Read more

Caroline Bluemel 18th Sep 2015