Many of the major challenges facing the world today, such as terrorism, environmental destruction, corruption, and inequalities, can be understood better through a combination of sociological and criminological approaches. On this course, you will explore how institutions, systems of power, culture and economics impact on crime, disorder and social problems.
Keele pioneeredundergraduate Criminology teaching in the UK
Top 10in England for overall Student Satisfaction NSS 2021 (broad-based public universities)
97%of research world leading, or of international importance Research Excellence Framework, 2014
Kathryn Morgan, BSc Criminology and Psychology graduate
"The Criminology programme made me adaptable and resilient and gave me a determination to work within the criminal justice field" - read more about Kathryn Morgan, BSc Criminology and Psychology graduate
Stephen Barber, Politics and Sociology graduate
"Keele prepared me for my future as I had the opportunity to get involved in some incredible extra curricular activities such as Model UN" - read more about Stephen Barber, Politics and Sociology graduate
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