Criminology and Psychology (BSc) course map

Please note this course map is indicative of the structure of this course and may be subject to change.

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Staff Profile

Di Catherwood

"My research was focused for many years on infant cognition but recently I have studied adult cognition and decision-making in real-world contexts and also in laboratory studies of brain activity. My research has been funded by grants from ESRC, British Academy, Welcome Trust, as well as a MoD Competition of ideas, and recently by an Erasmus Plus grant with colleagues in Fire Services in UK and Europe. My research with the Fire Services examines fireground decision-making and situational awareness and this work has been awarded two research prizes as well as an Emerald Publishing Literati award."

  • Course Leader: Kerry Rees
  • Senior Tutor: Kerry Hughes

Level 4

Level 5

Level 5 Notes: To achieve BPS accreditation for GBC students must pass NS5110, NS5117 and NS5118.

Module CATs
To complete your programme you must pass the following compulsory modules:
NS5110: Development Across the Lifespan 15
NS5117: Research and Theory in Criminological Psychology 30
NS5118: Understanding the Criminal Mind 15
To complete your programme you must pass a minimum of 30 credits from the following:
NS5501: Crime and Society: Theorising Crime 30
NS5504: Forensic Criminology 15
NS5505: Crime Science 15
NS5506: Policing in the Community 15
Other modules that can be counted toward your programme include:
NS5001: Internship 15
NS5113: Forensic Psychology 15
NS5115: The Psychology of Wellbeing 15
NS5310: Fieldwork Elective: Social Sciences 15
NS5403: Crimes against Humanity 15
NS5404: Gender, Culture and Society 15
NS5405: Challenging Injustice: Welfare, Policy and Control 15

Level 6

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Course Maps

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Module Descriptors

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Course Resources Archive

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