Criminology and Law Program By Oxford Brookes University |Top Universities
  • QS World University Rankings
  • Degree MBA
  • Study Level Bachelors
  • Duration 36 months
Oxford Brookes’ Criminology and Law course is an exciting interdisciplinary degree. It consists of distinct modules from both law and criminology. So students can pursue their interests in criminology while acquiring the skills associated with a traditional law degree. These skills include: forensic analysis; detailed problem-solving; the ability to communicate accurately and persuasively. Students can investigate topics such as: criminal justice, including punishment and sentencing; the theoretical frameworks criminologists use to understand crime; digital crime and criminology. Graduates of this course can find career opportunities in a number of sectors including: criminal justice agencies; local authorities; policing and police services; NGOs and the voluntary sector; human rights, advocacy work and community support services.

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Oxford Brookes is one of the UK’s leading modern universities.

As the only UK university ranked in the QS world rankings of top 50 institutions under 50 years old (QS, 2021), and among the world elite in 13 subjects (QS, 2020), Oxford Brookes enjoys an international reputation for teaching excellence and innovation. It currently ranks 2nd in teaching in the Times Higher Education (THE) Young University Rankings 2020, and has climbed 8 places within the UK’s top 50 institutions in the Guardian League Tables 2020.

The University’s teaching staff have 11 National Teaching Fellowships, an award recognising outstanding contributions to learning in higher education.

Oxford Brookes is located in the vibrant city of Oxford. It has three main campuses in and around the city, and a fourth in Swindon for locally-based healthcare students.

There are four main faculties at Oxford Brookes:

  • Oxford Brookes Business School
  • Faculty of Health and Life Sciences
  • Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
  • Faculty of Technology, Design and Environment

Attracting students from over 140 countries worldwide, the University has a lively cosmopolitan feel.

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