During your criminology course, you will use a mix of quantitative research methods, explore the psychological effects of crime and its victims, and delve deep into criminal profiling. Our range of combined criminology courses will introduce you to many fascinating theories and practices within the subject of crime. Criminology careers can include a Detective, Police officer, Social worker, Charity officer, Data scientist and many more.
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Based at Farnborough College of Technology, we offer classroom-based lectures, a small campus experience and plenty of personalised support. This makes us a popular choice locally for those who want to study higher education in a down-to-earth setting – where you won’t get lost in the crowd.
✓ Our degrees are awarded by the prestigious University of Surrey
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✓ Our environment is like a college, with smaller departments than a traditional university
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✓ Our on-site nursery has helped many students balance childcare and their study needs
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