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LLB Law LLB with Criminology

St Mary's University, Twickenham
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Course UCAS code: B911
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  • LLB, Full-time , Duration: 3 Years
Course Summary:
Law affects almost every area of our day-to-day lives and is the means by which governments effect change all over the world. Criminology is a diverse, exciting and growing subject which seeks to explain crime, criminalisation, victimisation and the sociology of criminal justice agencies from police to prison. Criminology examines ‘crime’ and ‘deviance’, and the processes through which the criminal justice system responds to these phenomena. The Criminology modules on offer as part of this degree enable students to explore why crime exists, how crime and deviance is socially constructed, which societies have the most crime and how societies deal with crime. No society is crime free. Crime and society are intertwined. You will develop the analytical and reasoning skills essential for formulating legal arguments as well as to develop a thorough understanding of criminology and key issues within this discipline.
During the first year of the programme, you will be introduced to law and its interaction with society and to some of the ‘Foundations of Legal Knowledge.’ You will consider key aspects of the English and EU legal systems and how laws are made and disputes resolved, the operation of the respective court systems. In the second year you will build on the knowledge and skills in the first year and continue to study the ‘Foundations of Legal Knowledge’ and develop key legal analysis skills. Criminology modules at this level will consider sociological understandings of a globalised society and the impact this has on forms of crime and the criminal justice processes established to police these crimes. In your final year you study subjects in greater depth and will study the final ‘Foundations of Legal Knowledge’ subject, Equity and Trusts. As a single honours student you will also carry out supervised research project on a topic of your choice.
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15 January

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The campus is in the grounds of a beautiful gothic mansion, Strawberry Hill, and the local neighbourhood is a lovely picturesque place. There is plenty for students to do, and you'll make so many great friends and have so many amazing experiences. The atmosphere is relaxed and friendly and you'll able to find everything you need on campus. The SU are very approachable and helpful, and there are loads of services available.

Tel. 020 8240 4027
Email. [email protected]

Tel. 020 8240 4027
Email. [email protected]

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  • B_e's avatar by B_e on 20th November 2018
    Honestly St. Mary’s University, Twickenham is a great place to study. Compared with other it is quite small and everything in mostly in one place. They provide great services if you need help and have a wide variety of societies and clubs.
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