The MA in Criminology and Global Crime offers you the opportunity to gain a postgraduate qualification in a field which is both academically rigorous, but will also give you the skills to pursue a career in the growing fields of justice, financial crime and cybercrime. It encompasses both the transferable skills of a postgraduate degree, with the specialist knowledge in the field of global crime.
The specialist modules offered on the MA Criminology and Global Crime represent a growing field of study, academic and political discourse and career opportunities. Global cybercrime and financial crime are emerging as some of the key issues in the 21st century justice system and UWL is one of very few universities in the UK to offer a specialised course in this area.
Why choose this course?
The MA Criminology and Global Crime caters for those wishing to graduate with a specialist MA in a growing sector. The course includes the following modules to give you an excellent grounding in criminological issues at Masters level:
As well as providing you with subject specific knowledge and understanding, we aim to produce graduates with strong transferable skills in:
This ensures you are well-placed to seek employment with in relevant sectors.
You will benefit from teaching delivered by highly qualified and supportive staff with backgrounds in both Criminology research and practice.
Learning and teaching methods in the School are innovative and varied, and you'll benefit from the use of the latest learning technology to enhance interactive learning.
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15 January 2019
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