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DIT MA in Criminology

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2 | MA in Criminology Criminology is an exciting inter- disciplinary subject that draws on sociology, psychology and law to focus on issues such as the causes of crime, the meaning of crime and deviance, and the social reaction to crime. The MA in Criminology consists of core modules in criminological theory, the study of the justice system, training in research skills and methodology, and provides students with the opportunity to undertake optional modules in a range of specialised areas including criminal law, criminal psychology, desistance – the route out of crime, policing and the governance of security, studies in victimology and crime prevention, and youth offending & youth justice perspectives. New DIT Campus at Grangegorman Master of Arts in Criminology Programme Vision Perspectives Sociological Psychological Legal Offending Victimisation Criminalisation Criminal Justice Desistance Crime Prevention Offenders Victims Criminal Justice Agencies Civic Organisations Community Society The vision for this programme is to provide students with a multidisciplinary, critical theoretical, policy and practical understanding of crime and contemporary criminal justice matters which will meet the needs of both professionals who are already working in the area of criminal justice and those who wish to enter this field or engage in further MPhil/PhD research. Processes People Critical theoretical policy and practical understanding of crime and criminal justice matters

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