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The criminology and law courses are taught by our expert academic team who have published in their specialised research areas, many of whom have professional backgrounds in the criminal justice/law system.
Kingston is well-placed for visits to crown courts, the central criminal court and the many non government organisations (NGOs) and charities connected to crime prevention and justice.
Studies on the general law LLM are enhanced by legal events and guest lectures, covering legal aspects of areas such as technology, employment, and climate change. This course has a strong focus on employability, equipping students with the specialist knowledge and expertise to succeed in the legal profession, as well as other careers and professions.
Teaching on our human rights course is enhance with guest lecturers from human rights and international organisations have included politician and activist Shami Chakrabarti, and the directors of non-governmental organisations.
The School offers courses in law, economics, human rights, international relations, sociology, psychology and criminology. The psychology and specialist forensic psychology courses are accredited by the British Psychological Society.
Students graduate with the theoretical and methodological tools, hands-on experience and critical thinking necessary to understand individual and group behaviour, solve problems and influence the future.
All of our masters' courses feature an Assessment Centre Experience, providing the opportunity to experience the pathway to employment with tailored feedback to help develop your employability skills for the world of graduate employment.
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