**Reasons to choose Kingston**
– Through a work placement/volunteering option, you’ll be able to practise your skills and gain valuable experience for your future career.
– Fieldwork will include court observations, empirical research and case study analysis. You’ll apply theory to real-life situations.
– Kingston is just a short journey from many criminal justice organisations, international NGOs, charities and governmental organisations.
**This course is offered with a Foundation Year in Social Sciences**
This foundation year is taught at the University giving you a taste of academic life in a supportive environment. The year gives you the academic and technical preparation for undergraduate study in a wide range of social sciences subjects. Lectures, labs and tutorials will give you a broad understanding across subjects including economics, criminology, politics, sociology and psychology.
**About this course**
What are the challenges that globalisation presents to social order, social justice and human rights? This course investigates how crime spreads across national borders. You’ll examine national and international measures taken to police crime and limit harm.
You’ll also study the criminal justice system in England and Wales, explore issues of discrimination in the criminal justice system and have opportunities to consider power and the crimes of corporations and states.
You’ll be encouraged to volunteer for relevant organisations such as victim support helplines, advocacy groups, justice campaigns, international charities and NGOs.
Tuition & Fees
|Duration & Attendance||Qualification||Tuition fees||Fee type|
|Bachelor of Science (with Honours) - BSc (Hons)||Other Fees|