The Criminology and Sociology Foundation Degree is now available to study at Cardinal Newman College in partnership with the University of Central Lancashire.
Why should I study the Criminology and Sociology Foundation Degree?
- Delivered at CNC in familiar environment with small class sizes
- Earn as you learn – contact time delivered on one day to allow you to work part time
- Enrichment: trips (domestic and international) and guest speakers
- Gain a UCLan accredited Foundation Degree and access UCLan resources
- Develop your career – progress to UCLan for Level 6 BA (Hons)
- Develop your skills – prepare for roles e.g. in CJS
- Work placement module to get hands on experience
- Student finance available – fees £6,165/year
What will I study on the Criminology and Sociology Foundation Degree?
- Media and Culture
- Sociological Ways of Thinking
- Crime and Morality
- Skills, Research and Employability
- Looking Beyond Crime and Criminology
- Criminal Justice in Action
- Policing and Security
- Violent Times?
- Punishment and the Penal System
- Work Placement
- Research Methods 1
- Research Methods 2
How will I be assessed on the Criminology and Sociology Foundation Degree?
- Range of assessment methods including content analysis report, portfolio, presentations
- Some modules 100% coursework
- Some modules include unseen exam (3 over two years)
What are the entry requirements for Criminology and Sociology Foundation Degree?
- Entry requirements – 4/5 in English Language
- UCAS points 104
- Application is via expression of interest on Cardinal Newman College website
- Interview process
- Summer preparation task will be required
- Start September 2024
Where do I get more information?
For more information about the Criminology and Sociology Foundation Degree, please contact:
Laura Scott at LScott@cardinalnewman.ac.uk
Helen McGrady-Gore at HMcGrady-Gore@cardinalnewman.ac.uk
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