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CRIMINOLOGY AND POLICING


Become part of one of the longest-established criminology departments in the world. Learn from staff who are shaping debates around topics like Brexit and cybercrime.


To help you explore the vital roles within this sector, we’ll bring in experts from Metropolitan Police, Anne Frank Trust and youth offending services. Our unique Policing degrees also prepare you for a career in investigations, criminal justice, and more.





I’ve benefited from the University’s links with external organisations by taking a placement year with the prison service.


ELIZABETH BA CRIMINOLOGY


Psychology with Criminology BSc Our British Psychological Society- accredited degree allows you to apply criminology to psychology, gaining an expert understanding of criminal behaviour. Make connections with renowned London– based criminal justice organisations and learn from experienced researchers shaping influential international projects.


UCAS code CM89 Entry requirements 112 UCAS points* Full details www.mdx.ac.uk/212


Criminology BA Examine how society copes with crime, criminals and their victims in one of the world’s longest-established criminology departments. Benefit from our excellent links with London-based criminal justice organisations and the latest research from our Centre for Social and Criminological Research.


UCAS code L350 Entry requirements 112 UCAS points Full details www.mdx.ac.uk/135


Criminology and Criminal Justice BA You’ll discover a range of theoretical perspectives in this Criminology specialisation in criminal justice law, policy, practice and institutions. Your in-depth knowledge of contemporary issues will prepare you for a career in managing the relationship between the public and police, working with prisons and courts, or liaising on justice and punishment.


UCAS code L437 Entry requirements 112 UCAS points Full details www.mdx.ac.uk/136


Criminology (Policing and Investigations) BA This unique course will equip you with the skills for a diverse range of investigative, enforcement, and policing careers.*


UCAS code L438 Entry requirements 112 UCAS points Full details www.mdx.ac.uk/137 *Subject to validation


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