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Categories: Crime and Criminal Justice, Postgraduate
Are you interested in a career in the criminal justice system? Maybe you want to join the police via its new degree-holder route? Our degree will prepare you for a career in any number of roles from protecting society to the rehabilitation of offenders.
Police Constable Entry Requirements
The College of Policing has implemented new entry routes for becoming a police constable, with individual forces already adopting these new rules.
For all graduates of our degree, you will be eligible to join their degree-holder entry that includes a two-year work-based programme. To find out more about the requirements and whether your local police force has adopted this entry programme, please find out more here.
The BA (Hons) Crime and Criminal Justice degree will explore theory and policy in the criminal justice system, alongside the different forces in society that shape crime.
We believe that every student must understand the practical implications of theory and how it relates to real-world scenarios. Our expert lecturers have experience in different areas of the criminal justice system and bring their unique insights into each teaching session.
Some of the modules and topics you will cover include rehabilitation, interview techniques, research and evidence, ethics and diversity, and the full journey through the criminal investigation process.
The University of Bolton actively works with the police, probation service and other organisations to ensure that students cover everything required to understand the vision and goals for the future safeguarding of society.