Year 3: Level 6 Semester 1
Semester 2 HUG 3100 Undergraduate Dissertation Optional (30 credits) OR HUG 3239 Research Active Dissertation optional (30 credits) HUG 3254 Experiential Placement compulsory (30 credits)
HUG 3255 Political Context of Offending compulsory (20 credits)
HUG 3256 International Perspectives on Crime and Offending Behaviour compulsory (20 credits)
HUG 3257 Mental Health Law and the Offender compulsory (20 credits) Exit Award: BSc Psychosocial Analysis of Offending Behaviour 120 Credits at Level 4 and 240 from the combined Levels 5 and 6 where no fewer than 60 credits were at Level 6 (total of 300 credits) Exit Award: BSc (Hons) Psychosocial Analysis of Offending Behaviour 120 Credits at Level 4, 5 & 6
Learning Opportunities The learning opportunities included in the range of modules available to you include:
Lectures, workshops, seminars, tutorials;
Group work, work based learning, self-directed study, supervised independent study;
Problem based and Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) based learning;
Working alongside academic staff in consultancy and research.
In developing learning opportunities for you following this programme, the programme team will play a key role in:
Recognising individual differences in learning styles and in supporting you in developing your preferred style and in exploring others.
Providing you with academic and pastoral support.
Supporting the development of alternative/flexible ways of programme delivery to enable widening access to professionals.
Evaluating the teaching/learning experience, organising the exchange of ideas, and encouraging the spread of good practice.
Arranging to meet specific requirements of those of you from different backgrounds.