Duration: Two years
This course will provide a clear progression route for Level 3 learners who have studied Criminology and related fields. The course is designed to widen access to this field by delivering a broad skills base including the development of work based skills, having completed a work placement within a related field e.g. Probation Services, Youth Offending and Drug and Alcohol Abuse teams. This is an ideal programme for learners who wish to study in a small, supported environment.
Updated September 2020
Assessment is by assignment, presentations, case studies, examinations and research in a work based setting. The course includes placement modules.
- Understanding Crime, Victims and Society
- Understanding Criminal Justice
- Criminological Theory
- Criminal Law
- Mental Health and Well Being
- Researching Crime and Criminal Justice 1
Level 5 (Year 2):
- Research Methods and Stats
- Contemporary Issues in Substance Misuse
- Criminal and Social Justice within the Community
- Legal Systems and Sources
You could progress to the University of South Wales to complete the third year and, therefore, the full degree.
Accreditation of Prior Learning
Student may be able to gain recognition for previous learning. Please contact for advice if you feel this may be relevant, further information is available at: https://celt.southwales.ac.uk/recognition-prior-learning/
Fees for this course are £7,500 per year. Further information for Wales: http://www.studentfinancewales.co.uk
Receive a £1000 College bursary per year (subject to satisfactory progression)
UCAS code: LM3M
*Please note that the tuition fees stated are for the 2020-21 academic year and are subject to increase for future years of study. Please see the university’s website for further information.