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Programs with the title "Master of Arts" traditionally consist of liberal arts subjects such as philosophy, history, or literature. Masters of Arts are postgraduate programs that can be taken after an earned degree in an undergraduate degree program (Bachelor). Masters of Arts programs have the title "M.A.","Master of Arts" or "MA".
Students who want to learn more about criminal behavior may want to study criminology. Related classes might include human rights, social justice, policy development, human behavior, prison systems, criminalistics, biocriminology, and psychology.
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Nottingham Trent University School of Social Sciences
This Masters degree draws upon the expertise of staff with established reputations in the field. Tutors have a wide range of research interests and they are actively invo
This Master's degree draws upon the expertise of staff with established reputations in the field. Tutors have a wide range of research interests and they are actively involved with the Nottingham Crime Research Unit and the Centre for the Study and Reduction of Hate Crimes. These specialist units are located within the division and conduct high quality applied criminological and criminal justice research.
The course offers a distinctive theoretical and policy-orientation of criminology. The emphasis on policy is specifically designed to offer a more vocationally relevant programme of Master's level study that will be more pertinent to students seeking a policy-orientated career in the Home Office, government office of the regions, local government and crime and disorder reduction partnerships....
The MA Youth Justice, Community Safety, and Applied Criminology degree is designed for people working or seeking to work in the area of crime and criminal justice.
Why study MA Youth Justice, Community Safety and Applied Criminology at Middlesex University?
Delivered by leading researchers and drawing on the expertise of those currently working in the field, this degree provides both traditional academic provision in the form of lectures, seminars and tutorials and the opportunity to undertake up to a third of the course via work-based learning (for those already working in appropriate contexts) or an internship with an agency such as a Youth Offending Team, a Drug and Alcohol Support Service or a Community Safety Partnership.
The core elements of the programme are delivered on one evening per week so as to allow for those in work to attend. The remainder of the programme is made up by either studying optional modules available during the daytime or (in the case of one module) via distance learning or by a combination of a long or short dissertation and/or the long or short work-based learning or internship modules....
This degree is designed for people wanting an in-depth understanding of crime and criminal justice at national and international levels.
This degree is designed for people wanting an in-depth understanding of crime and criminal justice at national and international levels. It promotes a critical and comparative approach to crime and justice issues intended to equip students with the skills and knowledge required to deal with a range of traditional and non-traditional crime, justice and deviancy issues.
It looks at contemporary problems such as terrorism and the priorities of global policing, human rights and justice, environmental justice and transnational crime. The international and transnational dimension of crime is an integral part of the programme.
Why study MA Criminology at Middlesex University?
Criminology at Middlesex has a particularly strong international reputation. The Department was pioneering in an inﬂuential strand of criminology called 'left realism' and established one of the very ﬁrst courses of its kind in the UK, which is still considered to be one of the leading postgraduate criminology courses....
University of Nottingham - Faculty of Social Sciences
Designed to develop an advanced critical understanding of crime in its social context, this course draws on insights across the humanities and social sciences.
Designed to develop an advanced critical understanding of crime in its social context, this programme draws on insights from across the humanities and social sciences.
This course incorporates sociology, law, psychology, geography, history, and cultural and media studies. It reflects the nature of criminology as a fast-developing, interdisciplinary subject concerned with understanding crime in its local, regional, national and international contexts.
You will consider questions such as:
How and why do certain kinds of behaviour get defined as 'crime' whilst other harmful activities do not?
Who has the power to determine what is 'criminal' and why does this vary across different times and places?
How can theory and research help us to account for different kinds of lawbreaking behaviour?
How do societies respond to the problem of 'crime' and its impact on victims through systems of formal and informal social control?
The MA in Criminology and Criminal Justice challenges students to engage with contemporary issues faced by the criminal justice system from both a criminological and lega
In the 21st Century, the means by which we respond as a society to crime and victimization is under greater scrutiny than ever before. How we respond to cases of historic sexual abuse, the use of imprisonment as a just and effective means of punishing or rehabilitating criminals, and the challenges posed by organized crime and international terrorism, mean criminological and legal scholarship are being brought to the forefront.
This course is designed to furnish students with the conceptual tools needed to engage with such issues, imparting a broad range of cognitive, analytical and general transferable skills including judging and evaluating evidence, interpreting data, generating and synthesizing information, and formulating reasoned arguments....
Lancashire Law School - University of Central Lancashire
UCLan’s MA Criminology programme offers you a flexible approach to developing your skills and knowledge to enhance your employability in this fascinating and growing area
Why Study This Programme?
UCLan’s MA Criminology programme offers you a flexible approach to developing your skills and knowledge to enhance your employability in this fascinating and growing area of study. Our course covers a wide range of current issues that are the subject of public and policy concern, both in the domestic UK system or globally. This will allow you to develop postgraduate-level analytical and reflective skills and bolster your previous experiences through our comprehensive syllabus.
There are opportunities to choose from a range of specialised option modules that allow you to customise your learning to your own interests and career aspirations. The modules we offer are informed by cutting-edge research conducted by members of staff who possess expert knowledge of Criminology and Criminal Justice. There will also be an opportunity to gain a stand-alone qualification in the exciting and highly sought-after skill of mediation....
The George Washington University - Columbian College of Arts & Sciences
An MA Degree in Criminology is offered in a joint program by the Sociology Department and the Forensic Sciences Department at GWU. The program is unique in combining trai
An MA Degree in Criminology is offered in a joint program by the Sociology Department and the Forensic Sciences Department at GWU. The program is unique in combining training in traditional criminology, criminal justice, and forensic sciences.
The MA in Criminology is an academic program, weighted toward traditional criminology (with some forensic science training as well), and is not intended to train practitioners who wish to work in criminal justice or security agencies. Students interested in pursuing an MA in forensic sciences fields (e.g., traditional forensics, security management, crime in commerce, computer fraud) should consult the Forensic Sciences website.
Our MA in Applied Criminal Justice and Criminology will help you learn about the causes of crime, the Criminal Justice system and cutting-edge themes in criminological de
Our MA in Applied Criminal Justice and Criminology will help you learn about the causes of crime, the Criminal Justice system and cutting-edge themes in criminological debates from leading experts in the field. There is an exciting range of diverse modules, that are being offered, focused on applying criminological knowledge to the workings of the Criminal Justice System.
The MA in Applied Criminal Justice and Criminology offers:
An in-depth understanding of criminological theories of crime and the operation of the criminal justice system
Knowledge of international developments in criminological and criminal justice research
An opportunity to study the impact of social, political and economic factors on crime and criminal justice policy
Enhanced employability for a career in criminal justice, academia, or research
Examine real-life case studies to piece together the inner workings of serious crime, and the methods used to police it. You’ll gain the skills and knowledge needed for m
Examine real-life case studies to piece together the inner workings of serious crime, and the methods used to police it. You’ll gain the skills and knowledge needed for many careers in criminal justice, such as the Police, youth justice, the Home Office or border agencies.
Study with a school ranked 8th in the UK for Criminology (The Guardian University Guide 2018).
Feel supported by our close community of students and staff, including dedicated social media groups.
Learn from professional criminal justice practitioners through lectures, workshops and other activities.
Take part in events including field trips, guest lectures and our end-of-year Criminology Conference.
Join forces with PIER, our Policing Institute for the Eastern Region, with links to local and regional forces and policing bodies and chief officers at the local and national level.