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    Hey everyone! I'm hoping to study Criminology at Lincoln in 2018, and am wondering how current criminology students are finding the course. The course seems to focus a lot on the sociological aspect of criminology which I'm not a huge fan of, so I'm just wondering how it plays into the modules, and what you learn in the modules themselves. Obviously, I've studied the Lincoln site, but It'd be wonderful to have a students perspective!

    I’m currently a first year student for criminology, and honestly I wasn’t too keen about the sociology modules but everyone that takes a social science have to take these courses too. It’s not too awful because with most of the modules the lecturer will mention how certain topics will relate to certain disciplines like criminology. Certain aspects of the sociology modules can be very interested and relevant but obviously as a criminology student I prefer the images of crime module which is extremely interesting and worth the other less interesting modules so I would say it is worth it!! Hope this helps
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