Master Criminology & Socio-Legal Studies (Criminology pathway) MRes

The University of Manchester

Tuition fee:
  • € 4,239 / Year (EEA)
  • € 12,390 / Year (Non-EEA)
Start date: September  2014
Languages:
  • English
Location:
Delivery mode: On Campus
Educational variant: Part-time, Full-time

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This programme provides students with the expertise and skills to undertake and evaluate criminological and criminal justice research. This acclaimed programme has ESRC recognition as a Foundation Course for Research Training and is an essential step for students wishing to progress onto doctoral studies or pursue a career in research in the public or voluntary sectors. Combining core research skills with specialist criminology and criminal justice modules, this programme enables students to critically examine the theoretical foundations that underpin applied criminological research. Students will develop a critical understanding of research methods and their application as well as a range of transferable skills (presentation, critical reading and writing).

Compulsory and optional courses allow students to gain a broad knowledge of research methods and issues within contemporary criminological and criminal justice debates while the dissertation allows in-depth study in an area of interest under the supervision of a member of academic staff.

The programme is taught by an interdisciplinary team of research-active experts from sociological, legal and psychological backgrounds using a variety of delivery methods: lectures, workshops, student-led presentations and debate, group work and individual research.

Contents

Module details

The programme consists of five compulsory core units (totalling 75 credits), three optional courses (45 credits) and a dissertation (to be completed over the summer period).

The core units are:

* Researching Social Issues; An Introduction
* Evaluating Policy and Practice
* Qualitative Research Methods
* Introduction to Statistics and Data Analysis
* Advanced Theoretical Criminology

Optional course units: A further 45 credits are selected from a list of optional course units. Course units available in any given year will not be confirmed until June preceding the start of the academic year. Optional course units confirmed for 2011/12 are: Criminal Justice Research & Policy; Risk and Society: Law and Social Theory; Organising Crime;Measures and Correlates of Crime; Offender Management and Community Re-integration; Comparative Studies in Crime and Criminal Justice; Democratic Transformations and the Law (among other Criminological/Socio-Legal optional course units).

Dissertation: 12,000 to 15,000 words.

Requirements

Academic entry qualification overview: A minimum Upper Second class honours degree, or the overseas equivalent, in a relevant discipline.

English language:

Students whose first language is not English are required to hold IELTS 7.0 with a minimum writing score of 7, or TOEFL 625 paper-based (with a minimum score on "Test of Written English" of 5.0) or 263 computer-based, or TOEFL 106 internet-based, or Cambridge Certificate Grade C.

It is also recommended that applicants attend pre-sessional English language courses at the University.

English Language Requirements

CAE score: 60 (Grade C)

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