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UCAS CODE M904
At Chester we offer you a dynamic and diverse course. We explore the relationship between criminological theories and criminal justice policies and practices. You will also look at explanations for crime and antisocial behaviour and how the police and courts deal with such matters. Additionally, you will study the role of punishment and the secure estate, and investigate crimes of the powerless and crimes of the powerful. The issue of human rights is integral to our analyses.
With more than 180 years of educational heritage, the University of Chester offers a wide range of highly regarded single and combined-honours undergraduate degree courses, distributed across a selection of specialist sites.
The university wants to deliver a purposeful student experience, while encouraging students to foster the skills and knowledge to develop as individuals, and the expertise and connections needed to play a valuable role in an ever-changing society. At each university location, students learn to take responsibility for their future by taking advantage of opportunities both inside and beyond their academic environments.
The University of Chester provides a welcoming and inclusive learning environment, and takes pride in celebrating the diversity of life experiences each of its enrolled students brings to the university’s learning community.