BA(Hons) Criminology and Law (with Foundation Year) is a flexible course that allows you to explore topical modules spanning criminal justice, penology, sexual offences and offending. Gain a solid grounding in criminological research methods and practice. Develop valuable legal skills such as mooting and negotiating alongside your academic studies. This hands-on course gives you real-world insight and helps you develop professional abilities through community engagement and work-based learning. You’ll study both law and criminology in equal measure in your first year and then opt to major in one or the other from year two. If you major in law, you’ll have the option to graduate with a Qualifying Law Degree (QLD). This gives you access to our Legal Practice Course (LPC), which includes the option to do an LLM in Advanced Legal Practice (LPC LLM) or Bar Professional Training Studies (BPTS) to become a solicitor or barrister. Law majors can choose from a range of modules that provide academic discourse as well as examples of real-life cases. Criminology majors get to explore contemporary issues through practical lab sessions. This degree combination leads naturally to a career in criminal law. But depending on your specialism, you could pursue a career as a solicitor, barrister, legal adviser or paralegal, or as a teacher, social worker, counsellor or charity worker. There are also opportunities with the police, prison and court services, as well as the legal sector.