Foundation Degree (FdA) Criminology & Sociology Awarded by UCLan
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Is this course for me?The Foundation Degree in Criminology and Sociology enables students to explore and analyse the way society perceives and manages crime. On the course students will study the social differences that impact society e.g. race, class, religion and gender. The course provides undergraduates with the knowledge, qualification and skills to establish a career within the sector or continue their studies onto a Top-Up Degree.
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