Studying Criminology at City, on its own or as Criminology and Psychology, as Criminology and Sociology or with Criminal Justice, will help you understand why crime is a defining issue for our society and so prominent in popular culture.

The valuable transferable skills you learn, like critical thinking, data analysis, report writing, presentation skills and teamwork, open up a wide range of career options, and these are enhanced by our central London location, with close links to institutions of government, policymaking, policing and the media.

For our full list of criminology and psychology degrees read on.

Second year BSc (Hons) Criminology student Robyn shares her experience of studying at City and her advice for future students.

Career perspectives

A degree in Criminology will prepare you for a career as a criminologist or in the police, prisons, forensic psychology, offender management, youth justice, probation service, social work, community safety and research.