1. Applied Criminal Justice Studies (Top-Up)

    • Award BA (Hons)
    • Qualification Undergraduate
    • UCAS Code M212

    This course is ideal if you are a serving or recently retired police officer, and would like the opportunity to study a range of areas within the field of criminal justice at a more challenging and academic level than you may have experienced before. If you have sufficient operational experience, this can be formally recognised through APCL and taken into account when gaining entry onto this Top-up course.

  2. Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHs)

    • Award MSc
    • Qualification Postgraduate

    This multidisciplinary course aims to promote an advanced level of knowledge and understanding in the area of child and adolescent mental health. Our Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) MSc is designed for practitioners from health, social or voluntary services who work in some capacity with children and young people with mental health problems at first or second tiers of service provision. This course is suitable for you if you are a psychology graduate, or have studied other cognate disciplines, social and behavioural sciences, education and related fields. Some voluntary or professional experience of work with children and adolescents is desirable, but not essential.  

  3. Counselling

    • Award MSc
    • Qualification Postgraduate

    Our Counselling MSc course provides you with a level of knowledge and skills in counselling which will allow you to develop as counsellors, and once you have gained further experience and client hours you will be able to pursue a range of professional opportunities. If you have a first degree in Psychology that is Graduate Basis for Chartered Membership (GBC) accredited your postgraduate training opportunities will include doctoral training on British Psychological Society (BPS) accredited courses in Counselling Psychology. The course will also provide you with a range of skills that will be highly relevant to if you wishing to undertake further training in a range of related careers and specialisms. In addition to careers options, the degree will provide you with a range of communication skills and personal development skills that will be highly valued in a range of organisations and situations. Most of all, this course enables you to feel that you belong to a process of development that is enriching and supportive.

  4. Counselling Children and Young People

    • Award MSc
    • Qualification Postgraduate

    Our Counselling Children and Young People MSc is a multidisciplinary course that aims to promote an advanced level of knowledge and understanding that underpins practice in the area of Counselling with Children, Young People and their families. This course supports you in developing your skills and theoretical knowledge of counselling with children, young people and their families. If you have a particular interest in counselling work with children then this course is designed with you in mind, allowing you to develop the skills and knowledge needed to pursue a career in this field. This course will allow you to study alongside practitioners from health, social or voluntary services who work with children and young people, as well as graduates of psychology and other social and behavioural sciences, allowing you to learn from each other's experiences as well as course materials.

  5. Criminology

    • Award BA (Hons)
    • Qualification Undergraduate
    • UCAS Code M930

    Criminology tackles questions such as What is crime? How are laws enforced? Why is crime concentrated in particular areas? How do you judge and evaluate evidence? How can crime be prevented? Through class discussions and independent study we explore both theoretical and practical perspectives of crime. For further information on the course please download the Criminology course fact sheet.  

  6. Criminology (Joint Honours)

    • Award BA/BSc (Hons)
    • Qualification Undergraduate

    Criminology tackles questions such as: What is crime? How are laws enforced? Why is crime concentrated in particular areas? How do you judge and evaluate evidence? How can crime be prevented? Through class discussions and independent study, we explore both theoretical and practical perspectives of crime. Field trips, volunteering, and networking opportunities available on this course provide you with valuable practical experience. For further information on the course please download the Criminology course fact sheet.    

  7. History

    • Award MA
    • Qualification Postgraduate

    This postgraduate course will help you to develop your knowledge and understanding of history across a range of periods, regions and theoretical perspectives. The MA in History allows you to study the subject at an advanced level – from Britain’s experience of warfare to the material culture of the English country house. By studying particular topics in depth, we encourage you to think not only about the diversity of the past, but also how history itself is constructed.

  8. History

    • Award BA (Hons)
    • Qualification Undergraduate
    • UCAS Code V100

    Our History degree mixes academic study with field trips and opportunities to go on placements with local museums, heritage organisations and other relevant employers. You will be studying in an environment that is supportive, responsive, and above all friendly.