This course is aimed at providing the entry qualiﬁcations to a range of professions that involve preventing and investigating crimes and other deviant behavior of people. Both areas of criminal and forensic studies involve a great degree of understanding and predicting human behavior and thinking patterns. Thus, a dual qualiﬁcation in Criminology with Psychology to facilitate and enhance your career is ideal for those who are interested to work with law enforcement to solve crimes, provide expert testimony in courts and do criminal proﬁling. This is a well established ﬁeld in the other parts of the world and soon will become popular in our region with the tendency of making the criminal investigations more transparent and in line with international justice standards, making our prisons more humane with more correctional emphasis. Students could either continue with the same combination for the ﬁnal year or switch the ﬁeld entirely to psychology.
|Introduction to Psychology||15|
|Research Methods - QN||15|
|Research Methods - QL||15|
|Motivation & Emotion||15|
|Introduction to Criminology||15|
|Criminal Behavior & Oﬀender Proﬁling||15|
|Psychology for the Courtroom||15|
|Basics of Neuroscience||15|
|Human Mind & Language||15|
|Forensic Child Psychology||15|
|Post Trauma Counseling||15|
Language Skills Support
Academic Writing Skills
Course Fee may vary based on the intake. You could download the course fee list for the current intake Here.
Funding through banks