Criminology Level 3
This course is an exciting opportunity for students who have an interest in crime and punishment to develop their knowledge of criminal behaviour and the criminal justice system. It aims to empower learning through authentic scenarios e.g. courtroom. The EPQ (Extended Project Qualification) running alongside will allow learners to explore a specific topic in more depth.
What topics are covered?
Topics covered include:
- Criminological Theories
- Crime and Punishment
- Changing Awareness of Crime
- Crime Scene to Courtroom
Who is the course aimed at?
This course is aimed at anyone looking to pursue a career in Criminology and looking to progress onto HE Level Criminology.
What are the entry requirements?
To be accepted onto this course you will need 5 GCSE’s at grade 4 or above including English and Maths.
What qualifications will I gain?
You will gain a Diploma in Criminology.
Who is the awarding body?WJEC
How will I learn?
You will learn via a mixture of remote learning and classroom teaching.
How will I be assessed?
A range of assessment methods will be used including internal assessments such as written assignments and presentations as well as some externally assessed exams.
What can I do after this course?
On completion of this course, you can either enrol onto another programme of study to top up your UCAS points or if you already have enough UCAS points you can go on to study at HE level.
Are there any additional costs?
There are no additional costs for this course.
What funding is available?For funding information, please refer to our Funding page.
Which department is this course in?Department of Health, Sport and Engineering
Where can I find out more information?For advice or more details please telephone 01225 312191 or email email@example.com. You may also visit our Student Advice Centre.
If you have a learning difficulty or disability, please contact Additional Learning Support to arrange additional help.
How do I apply?Online: Click the "Apply" button and fill out an online application form.
By post: download the Full-Time Application Form and send to Student Advice Centre, Bath College, Avon Street, Bath BA1 1UP.
In person: Visit the Student Advice Centre in either of our campuses
To find out more about the application process, please go to the How to Apply page.