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Highly addictive TV dramas, such as Law and Order and NCIS have resulted in the growing popularity of the challenging careers within these areas of criminology, security and forensics. The prospect of solving crimes and delving into the mind of a criminal is exciting.
Criminology is one of the most fascinating areas to study and we offer a range of different distance learning courses. They’ll teach you the most important skills and will open the doors to a range of security jobs and also careers in psychology. There's also the possibility of progressing into higher education and studying for a criminology degree or a degree in forensic science. We also offer the rare opportunity to study areas which include forensic anthropology and forensic psychology.
There are also courses to provide you with the necessary skills and knowledge to be qualified for a range of security jobs. Our security management course covers the principles of loss and decision-making within the security environment.
Studying criminology can provide an important stepping stone towards becoming a fully qualified psychologist and continuing onto further study. There are also opportunities to become a forensic psychologist or scientist in order to help offenders make positive changes.
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You are eligible to enrol on our NUS Extra scheme from just £12 and claim big discounts. As a registered Stonebridge student, you can use the NUS extra card to get money off:
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