**Reasons to choose Kingston**
- A work placement/volunteering option will enable you to practise your skills and give you valuable experience for your future career.
- You’ll apply theory to the real world through field work, such as court observations, empirical research and case study analysis.
- Kingston’s location will give you access to many criminal justice organisations, international NGOs, charities and governmental organisations.
**This course is offered with a Foundation Year in Social Sciences**
The foundation year takes place the year before your degree. You will study four year-long modules that cover all subject areas (psychology, economics, sociology and politics) within social sciences. Upon successful completion of this foundation year you will progress to Year 1 of your chosen degree.
**About this course**
Our economies and daily lives rely on people and goods travelling quickly around the world. Just as people and goods cross borders easily, so can criminals and contraband.
This course investigates the challenges that globalisation presents to order, social justice and human rights. You’ll study the drivers of political change and the criminal justice system in England and Wales. There are modules on policing and punishment, international relations and global governance, global terrorism and transnational crime.
In your final year, you can take an applied criminology placement. You’ll be encouraged to volunteer for relevant organisations such as victim support helplines, advocacy groups, justice campaigns, international charities and NGOs.
|Duration & Attendance||Qualification||Tuition fees||Fee type|
|Bachelor of Science (with Honours) - BSc (Hons)||Other Fees|