This combined course exists to allow you to explore two different but complementary subject areas within the same programme.
This course does not only allow you to feed your curiosity of two subjects, they’re perfect for those who wish to specialise in a particular area. You will delve into your core subject in detail, while focused modules in your secondary subject will help you gain a solid understanding of the field.
Designed with employability in mind, each combined course is beneficial for a wide range of career paths.
With a 50+ year heritage, the University of Essex is an award-winning institution. The University is part of the elite group of ‘dual intensive’ universities for teaching and research excellence. It is rated 27th in the UK by the Complete University Guide (CUG 2022).
The University of Essex also delivers undergraduate and postgraduate courses online. They are delivered by Kaplan Open Learning, this partnership is since 2007. Students across 140 countries study online programmes. In the National Student Survey (NSS 2021), the University rated 95% for overall student satisfaction: top for overall student satisfaction when compared to other mainstream universities in the UK.
You will study in an interactive Virtual Learning Environment. With engaging, interactive course content, it is specifically designed for students to study online and informed by relevant pedagogic principles.
There are discussions, lecture casts and reading all available in an online format which can be accessed anytime and anywhere.
The CertHE Law with Criminology is made up of modules and, upon completion, is equal to 120 credits.
We believe that education should be accessible for everyone. That’s why we offer an open entry route – meaning you don’t need any prior academic or work experience in order to start studying with us.
If English is not your first language, your English ability should be equivalent to an IELTS score of 6.0. If you do not hold an IELTS or equivalent qualification, we will ask you to pass our free online English test. You will need to pass your first assignment set within the first three weeks of the course in order to continue with your studies.
01 September 2022Enquire for this programme