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Studying about Criminology

A criminology degree will teach you all about the science and motivations behind the world of crime and deviance. Drawing on the likes of sociology, law and psychology, you'll explore a range of theories and policies to understand the behaviours of individuals and groups. By analysing the implications and consequences that crime brings to society, you'll also get to know how the criminal justice system works and penalises those who disobey it. As a criminology degree graduate you could work as a detective, police officer, youth worker, counsellor, or solicitor.

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