Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
Learn about the role Criminology plays in understanding crime and how we deal with it, as well as effective criminal justice interventions. A degree in Criminology and Criminal Justice draws broadly on knowledge and perspectives from a range of disciplines including Law, Psychology, History, Anthropology, and Geography. Through this, you’ll be exposed to the breadth of contemporary Criminology and Criminal Justice issues.You’ll learn about the importance of forensic science for justice and the relevance of empirical research to guide policy development and practice. You'll also be encouraged to question current practices and find ways for improvement while developing a broad range of employment-relevant skills, including the capacity to think critically, integrate theory and research into practice, and communicate effectively in written and oral forms.
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