13 July 2017

The University of Surrey has launched three new exciting Criminology courses.

The MSc in Criminology and Social Research is aimed at those who seek advanced knowledge about issues connected with crime, deviance, control, the criminal justice system and social research. They’ve combined modules in academic criminology and the criminal justice system with training in qualitative and quantitative research methods. Their world-renowned criminological expertise and unique emphasis on research methodology will sharpen students’ ability to think in a logical and informed manner about criminological problems, and to design, conduct and manage effective research and evaluation.

The MSc in Criminology and Social Research degree also has two new pathways – the MSc in Criminology and Social Research (Cybercrime and Cybersecurity) and the MSc Criminology and Social Research (Corporate Crime and Corporate Responsibility).  The MSc in Criminology and Social Research (Corporate Crime and Corporate Responsibility) offers a unique opportunity to develop a specialised understanding of corporate crime and corporate responsibility. This is the first and currently the only MSc of its kind in the UK providing a combined approach to corporate crime and corporate responsibility. The MSc in Criminology and Social Research (Cybercrime and Cybersecurity) has been created to meet the growing market demand for enhanced knowledge and practice in the area of cybercrime and its control. It offers the opportunity to work with leading theorists in the field of cybercrime and experts from the Surrey Centre for Cybersecurity – one of only 14 recognised as Academic Centres of Excellence in Cyber Security Research by GCHQ and the UK Government.

If you’re interested in applying to any of these programs, please register with Across The Pond today and an advisor will assist you with the application process.