The course provides both theoretical and relevant practical skills development for those who wish to further their careers in policing, security, community policing and social research methodology; produces professionally competent and informed practitioners who have a sophisticated understanding of wider policing theories and advanced research skills and abilities.
Modules include: Academic and research methods 1 and 2; the socio'political context of policing; knowledge'based policing 1 and 2; leadership; thesis (40,000'50,000 words).
Course Additional Entry
An Honours degree (2.1 or above); applicants should be policing officers and law enforcement professionals with at least 3 years of full'time experience in a senior role, who are already making a significant contribution to policing policy or processes.
|Duration & Attendance||Qualification||Tuition fees|
|Professional Doctorate||£5,400 Academic year. First year overseas fees|
|Professional Doctorate||£3,600 Academic year. First year home fees|