Studying Criminology and Law together provides a fascinating approach to two complementary fields in the Social Sciences. As well as gaining a detailed and in-depth understanding of the criminal justice system, you will examine related elements of the legal system and critically analyse their connection with criminal behaviour in terms of the individual and wider society, focusing on the political, psychological and social aspects of criminology.
Taking you on a fascinating journey insight into two complementary fields of social science, our criminology and law degree will ready you for a successful career in the criminal justice and social service sectors. You’ll also get to discover today’s most important issues surrounding crime, punishment, justice, and the legal system.
However, you don’t need to have a set career plan in mind to enrol on our criminology and law undergraduate degree. You’ll cover all elements of legal study, such as the relationship between crime, society, and the law, and the political, psychological, and social aspects of criminology and crime prevention.
The multi-disciplinary nature of the course will also encourage you to recognise the academic and professional connections between criminology and law fields. Therefore, you’ll soon start to form an idea of which career path you want to focus on as you progress through the course.
Course fee is different for UK students.
Founded in 2018, Arden University Berlin is focused on providing education to talented and ambitious students worldwide. With a campus in Berlin, Arden University delivers high-quality education along with the best learning experience to its students.
You can study a range of programmes at Arden University. Arden offers campus-based education alongside distant learning and also online study.
During your criminology and law degree, you'll get the opportunity to study criminal law from every angle. You’ll explore how crime is controlled and prevented through policing and criminal justice, while also looking into the English legal system, criminal law, and human rights issues.
You have 3-6 years to complete this course, meaning that you can take up to 2 years to complete each level.
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