Psychology of Criminal Behaviour

University College Cork

 

Course Name Psychology of Criminal Behaviour
Course Provider University College Cork
Course Code ACE-DPCB
Course Type Lifelong Learning
Qualifications
Award NameNFQ ClassificationAwarding BodyNFQ Level
Minor Diploma (Level 7 NFQ)  More info... Minor National University of Ireland Level 7 NFQ
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Attendance Options Part time, Online or Distance
Location (Districts) Cork City
Enrolment and Start Dates Comment START DATE September 2022
Application Date

Expand+CLOSING DATE 26th August 2022


How Do I Apply

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Duration

Expand+2 years part-time.

This course takes place one weekend per month between October to September.

Pre Covid times, lectures took place on the main UCC campus one weekend per month (Friday nights from 7-10pm and Saturday from 10- 5pm with a tutori...

Course Fee €2,100 per academic year
Entry Requirements

Expand+Requirements
Being at least 21 years of age by 1 January of the year of application

A detailed application form prior to the closing date which will request applicants to present a 500 word statement indicating their reasons for applying for the...

Course Content

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Psychopaths, serial killers, stalkers, rapists, paedophiles . . . the fascinating world of forensic psychology! If you have a burning interest in these topics, then The Psychology of Criminal Behaviour Diploma is the course for you....

Subjects Taught

Expand+Year 1 Modules
AP1838: Introduction to Forensic Psychology and Criminal Behaviour (5 credits)
This module will provide students with an overview of the development of forensic and criminal psychology. Topics covered will include:
Historical develo...

Assessment Method Through a variety of interesting and engaging assessments, you will develop competencies around the skills of academic reading, writing and referencing according to the American Psychological Association (APA). Assignments include book reviews, essays, reflective practices, group projects and an individual project in year 2.
Careers or Further Progression

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Previous students of the Diploma have successfully gained entry to a number of other courses including degrees in psychology and law as well as postgraduate courses such as MAs in criminology. The progression routes op...

Further Enquiries For Academic Queries and Course Content Queries please contact the Programme Coordinator Helena O Connor at h.oconnor@ucc.ie or Dr. Ciara Staunton at c.staunton@ucc.ie.

If you require further assistance with your online application please contact the Programme Administrator Deborah Kerrisk at deborah.kerrisk@ucc.ie.
Location VENUE
Online
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