Criminal Justice FdSc

University of Sunderland

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UCAS CODE L437
Foundation degree in Criminal Justice aims to give students a comprehensive and critical understanding of crime and punishment. It does this by offering students an education to think criminologically, and in doing so, to critically assess the concepts of crime and victim, and societies’ response to crimes and victims, especially that of the criminal justice system (CJS) (e.g., policing, courts, prisons). The FDSc degree is also designed around the seven core themes identified by the sector ... READ MORE

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78th / 131
CUG ranking
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92nd
CUG subject ranking
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78th

Start date and duration

Start date
19-SEP-22
Full Time
2 Years

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University of Sunderland
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92nd
Student rating
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Students at the University of Sunderland have access to a diverse range of high-quality courses that are all tailored to future employment. With 20,000 students enrolled across the four global campuses, the university remains a popular choice for study both in the UK and around the world. The main campus in Sunderland is in the north-east of England, close to the coast and with easy access to national rail transport and an international airport. It also has a campus in London near Canary Wharf specialising in courses for business, management, tourism, nursing and health. More recently, the university added a campus in the central district of Hong Kong. Courses here are primarily aimed around tourism and business, with students enjoying the opportunity to learn in a thriving hub of activity.

Where you'll study

University of Sunderland

South Tyneside College St George's Avenue Sunderland
NE34 6ET United Kingdom Nearest train station: Heworth  3.7 miles away

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