This programme offers an opportunity to explore and explain some of society’s most fascinating questions. Studying this popular combination allows you to study the human mind and behaviour, gain an understanding of crime, criminals, and how society defines and responds to them. You will graduate with a Psychology degree accredited by the British Psychological Society, plus in-depth knowledge of Criminology.
Keele pioneeredundergraduate Criminology teaching in the UK
British Psychological Societyaccreditation for Psychology modules
Global Top 300for Criminology THE World University Subject Rankings, 2022
Kathryn, Criminology and Psychology
"The Criminology programme made me adaptable and resilient and gave me a determination to work within the criminal justice field" - read more about Kathryn, Criminology and Psychology
Peirce Proctor, Psychology
"Conducting research and experiment where you could possibly have an impact on the world is definitely the most rewarding part of the course" - read more about Peirce Proctor, Psychology
Brittany, Criminology and Sociology
"Keele's employer links have led me to working for Staffordshire Youth Commission in a voluntary capacity. I now speak to young people to discuss their thoughts around crime to feed back to the Staffordshire Police and Crime Commissioner"
Naomi, Neuroscience and Psychology
"Keele Psychology has enhanced my employability by offering countless opportunities to enhance my skills and knowledge, including a 2-month studentship, voluntary work in labs, and talks from academics." - read more about Naomi, Neuroscience and Psychology
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