Crime, justice and the workings of the law are matters that affect us all and often dominate the news. This degree takes a critical and analytical view of the role and functions of the legal system, and examines its relationship with criminal behaviour. You’ll explore issues such as anti-social behaviour, poverty, discrimination, hate crimes, child labour, as well as global threats from cyber-crime, terrorism and human rights violations, and their implications for justice.
Key features of the course
- Get to grips with the complex issues behind today’s crime, law and justice headlines
- Understand, interpret and apply concepts about crime and law to the real world
- Learn the tools of the trade for these two crucial subjects
- Increase your employability across a diverse range of career
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