UCAS code V90C
Most of our humanities subjects can be studied as joint honours as well as single honours. Joint honours programmes give you the opportunity to combine two subjects, which complement your interests or career goals. You will usually concentrate on both subjects equally. It can be possible to transfer between single and joint honours options, usually during your first or second year, and advice will be available from your personal academic tutor.
This course covers:
Criminology: the changing nature of crime and the social, political, historical and individual forces behind these changes
We offer modern student accommodation at a number of our locations.
Entry to year one:
Advanced entry to year two:
You will study two core culture and heritage modules:
You will also study three core criminology modules:
Plus one option module from across the university's humanities portfolio.
You will study the following core modules:
Culture and heritage
You will also choose one option module from across the university's humanities portfolio.
You will study one core module:
Plus two culture and heritage option modules may include:
* modules run on alternate years
You will also study three criminology modules:
You will complete a dissertation in culture and heritage or criminology. You will also study one option module from your chosen dissertation subject, plus three option modules from the other subject.
Culture and heritage modules may include:
Criminology modules may include:
Number of hours per week indicates the total number of hours you should dedicate to the course, which includes time spent in lectures and your own time spent on individual study and research.
For students normally domiciled in Scotland or the European Union/EEA (outside of the UK) and with a term time address in Scotland, the following fees apply:
|Full-time (120 credit modules) per year||£1,820||£1,820|
|Part-time (structured) (3 x 20 credit modules) per year||£645||£645|
|Part-time (unstructured per module) (per 20 credit module)||£215||£215|
For students normally domiciled in the rest of the UK (England, Wales and N. Ireland) and with a term time address in Scotland studying this course full time, the following fees apply:
*4th year free only for students studying full-time who have paid for the previous 3 years at the University of the Highlands and Islands.
Part-time (per 20 credit module) - £1,340 (2017-18) and £1,500 (2018-19).
Fees are payable in advance each academic year unless otherwise agreed.
There are a number of funding options available to UK and EU students to help you pay for your studies and your cost of living whilst studying.
For students who do not normally reside in the UK or European Union and with a term-time address in Scotland, the following fees apply:
|Full-time (120 credit modules) per year||£10,500||£11,100|
|Part-time (structured) (3 x 20 credit modules) per year**||£5,250||£5,550|
|Part-time (unstructured per module) (per 20 credit module)**||£1,750||£1,850|
**There is no part-time study option for Tier 4 sponsored international students.
Further information on international course fees.
A no fee increase guarantee is available for self-funding full-time and structured part-time RUK and International undergraduate students for continuous and contiguous study for the same award, up to the permitted standard time limit for the relevant award.
External scholarships and financial support may be available. Contact your enrolling college for more information.
Once you have successfully completed your BA (Hons) Culture, Heritage and Criminology, you might like to consider careers in:
You can progress from the BA (Hons) Culture, Heritage and Criminology to the following postgraduate courses:
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The lecturers possess vast knowledge of their subject areas and are more than happy to take time out and speak to the students. It is a very relaxed and friendly atmosphere which allows the student and lecturer to really get to know each other.
Adam Mathers, BA (Hons) Scottish Cultural Studies (previous title of the BA (Hons) Culture and Heritage
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