What will I learn?

**Course overview**- On our BSc (Hons) Psychology & Criminology degree you’ll study the nature of crime in society and gain an understanding of crime and criminal behaviour from two complementary perspectives.- On the Psychology & Criminology course you study the core Psychology modules alongside the related discipline of Criminology. Choose from a range of criminology and psychology optional modules, exploring issues such as violent and sexual offending, cybercrime, youth justice and the operation of the police and prison services. This provides you with the benefits of understanding perspectives from different disciplines on the same phenomena and provides you with a wide range of career options upon completion of the course.**Why study with us**- Bachelor of Science with Honours in Psychology and Criminology is ranked 10th in England for student satisfaction (Complete University Guide 2021)- Complement your BPS-accredited Psychology degree with related criminological perspectives providing you with a broad understanding of the topics of interest.- Our flexible degree route enables you transfer to any of our other Psychology courses, such as Forensic Psychology, after Year 1, to add a greater degree of specialism to your undergraduate study.**Further information**The course is professionally accredited by the British Psychological Society and provides Graduate Basis for Chartered Membership for any student graduating with a Lower Second Class Honours degree or higher. We also provide BPS Student Membership to students, as part of their course fee, gaining you further insight and understanding of the discipline

Which department am I in?

School of Psychology and Computer Sciences

Study options

Full Time (3 Years)

Tuition fees
£14,250.00 (US$ 19,486) per year
This is a fixed fee
Start date

12 September 2022


Main Site

Admissions Office,

Corporation Street,



PR1 2HE, England

Entry requirements

For students from United States

Students need to have High School Diploma plus SAT 1550 from 'Critical Reading', 'Math' and 'Writing' (before March 2016) OR SAT 1130 from 'Evidence Based Reading and Writing' and 'Math' (after March 2016) OR ACT Composite Score 22 and two SAT Subject Tests at 600 each OR Two Preferred Advanced Placements (APs) with grades 3, 3. OR (if no SAT or ACT) - Three SAT Subject Tests with grades 600 each OR Three Preferred Advanced Placements (APs) with grade 3, 3, 3.

*There may be different IELTS requirements depending on your chosen course.


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