Programme Accredited    Subject exemption and year entry

 

Duration

 

Full Time:

3 years for full degree;

1 year for top up degree;

Part Time:

4~6 years for full degree;

1~ 2 years for top up degree;

Relevant Associate Degree or Higher Diploma holders may gain maximum exemption of 240 credits in first and second years.

 

 

Programme Structure

 

Students are required to complete 15 modules including one Dissertation in the final year, total 360 credits.

 

Modules

 

Year 1 core modules

Crime Scene Examination
Introduction to Investigation
Legal Foundations
Information security and Cybercrime
Underpinning Forensic Psychology

 

Year 2 core modules

Criminal Law
Fingerprints and their Uses in the Investigative Process
Investigating research methods
Understanding Investigation
Introduction to Concepts of Terrorism

 

Final-year core modules

Applied Investigation
Criminalistics
Dissertation
Law of Evidence
Application of Intelligence to Crime, Criminology and Criminal Justice

 

 

Modules offered may vary. Please always check Teesside University’s website for the most up to date course information: http://www.tees.ac.uk/undergraduate_courses/Law_Policing_&_Investigation/BSc_(Hons)_Crime_and_Investigation.cfm#coursecontent