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- TEACHING MODE:
- Blended learning.
- OPEN DAYS:
- On-campus open days on 1st Oct, 29th Oct & 19th Nov.
- TEACHING NOTES:
- They are planning a high-quality student experience, designed on the basis of in-person, face-to-face, teaching and learning activities, supplemented with digital resources. Students, staff and visitors on campus should wear face-coverings indoors within communal areas, and outside in crowded spaces.
9 Anthropology reviews at University of Plymouth
Criminology and Criminal Justice Studies, BSc HonsBy member969917 On 11th July 22 Verified student
Good course, some topics I don’t enjoy but that is expected. Overall and good University
Criminology and Criminal Justice Studies, BSc HonsBy g.everitt0502 On 22nd April 20 Verified student
(Started studying 19/20.) Love the Criminology course. Modules are interesting and lengthy so nothing feels rushed. The DLE (Digital Learning Environment) has all the resources. The lecturers are friendly and are always happy to help. University is very independent, nothing is given to you and you have to make the steps yourself but they all make it very easy for you. Personal tutors are friendly and always available. You may have to buy textbooks but they’re usually available for free in the library. There’s some awesome opportunities on this course if you work hard and you can meet some great people.
Criminology and Criminal Justice Studies, BSc HonsBy member1325403 On 20th December 16
Interesting course however some of the teaching can be boring on some modules .
Criminology and Criminal Justice Studies with Psychology, BSc HonsBy member525254 On 18th December 16
Police and Criminal Justice Studies, BSc HonsBy member820747 On 25th January 16
Hasn't been the best course
Police and Criminal Justice Studies, BSc HonsBy member1020416 On 14th December 15
Not what they made it out to be, very disappointing but good for future jobs
Criminology and Criminal Justice Studies, BSc HonsBy RobbinsHallsRA On 7th December 15
There are no trips in criminology where there could be, which is a con of the course because others do but pay the same fees. Personal tutors are available but are not too useful.
Police and Criminal Justice Studies, BSc HonsBy aNorthenerDownSouth On 2nd December 15
9K a year and I find myself just looking at the powerpoints the day before and going, "Eh, is that all" and having a beautiful lye in. Teaching is good generally! Lecturers are passionate and Gareth is a manly man. Personal tutor WAS good but when it changed to someone else I found myself asking why, I don't associate with them at all.. Content for year 1 is basically Criminology so expect to be disappointed I guess. After 2017-2019 you will need a policing degree of sorts to enter the police so enjoy it now I guess and be qualified early!
Criminology and Criminal Justice Studies with Psychology, BSc HonsBy member98685 On 30th April 15