This course is BPS accredited and puts your learning in the larger context of law and economics as well as drawing ideas and theories from the broader disciplines of psychology and sociology. Stage one: Provides a broad introduction to psychology and criminology and builds your skills in research, critical thinking and communication. Stage two: Incorporates main areas of BPS curriculum and looks in depth at theories of crime and deviance. Stage three: Examines current issues and ideas of criminal justice in the 21st century, and offers a range of options from other areas of psychology. Key features: Combines psychology, criminology and sociology, designed to give you an understanding of the causes of crime and the ways with which deviant behaviour can be dealt.