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Criminal Psychology degrees in North West England

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  • Employment rate: 87%
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    (4.0) 1198 reviews
  • Employment rate: 97%
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    (3.9) 1127 reviews
  • Employment rate: 87%
    Source: UNISTATS, 2019
  • CompUniGuide: 63rd
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    (4.0) 920 reviews
  • Employment rate: 87%
    Source: UNISTATS, 2019
  • CompUniGuide: 76th
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Studying about Criminal Psychology

A degree in criminal psychology is aimed at anyone interested in crime, psychology and the criminal justice system. Through your studies you will understand and examine why particular people commit crimes, covering such topics as criminology, offender profiling, psychopathology, crime scene investigation, discrimination, gender and race. Your course will likely infuse both theoretical and practical work, with a year of placement often involved. Those with a criminal psychology degree go on to work in policy, the legal system, the police, education and welfare.

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