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    BA (Hons) Crime, Terrorism and Global Security

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    Crime, Terrorism and Global Security

    The course is designed for students who wish to enter either an armed or blue light service, though not exclusively so.

    Course Information

    • Qualification: Honours Degree
    • Course Code: C700
    • Start Date: 09/09/2020
    • Duration: 3 years full-time
    • Campus: Easton
    • Entry requirements: Our typical offer is 96 UCAS tariff points form A levels or equivalent A minimum of GCSE maths and English (preferred) grade 4/c or above or National Literacy and Numeracy tests at Level 2 or 3 UCAS points from Scottish Highers or Advanced levels are accepted UCAS points from Irish Leaving Certificate are accepted Welsh Baccalaureate UCAS tariff points from BTEC or City and Guilds diplomas are accepted Open University credits in lieu of A levels Access to HE Diplomas at Pass level with suitable science or land-based credits Credit transfer and accreditation of prior learning or experience: If you have achieved a qualification of credits towards a Higher Education programme at another Higher Education Institution you may be able to enter Level 5 or accredit matching modules. Please see our further information on our Credit Transfer/APL/APEL area
    • Cost:Full-time £8500

    The course is also suitable for those with an interest in strategy and transnational politics and wish to further their interest in these areas.

    Each year the British Armed Forces recruit around 11,000 new recruits to fill junior positions to replace personnel who are being promoted or are taking their skills and experience into a Civilian setting. Additionally, the Armed Forces and the Security Services consistently remain within the top 100 graduate employers each year. Graduates fulfil vital roles within the Armed Forces within Officer Corps and within specialised jobs within the Junior Ranks.

    In the 2015 autumn spending review, the government has made a commitment to the reaction of 5,000 new jobs in the Army as well as expanding the UK’s fighter aircraft, intelligence and reconnaissance capabilities, investing an extra £10 billion of the next 10 years. Outside of the armed forces, increased investment in the Security and Intelligence services has meant the creation of 1900 additional Intelligence Officer Positions; jobs almost exclusively filled by graduates. Within the Police Force there is an increasing number of graduate opportunities within the Police and National Crime Agency.

    Personnel within this industry need to have:

    • Excellent problem solving and lateral thinking skills, being able to take a nonstandard approach to be able to solve a range of problems
    • Apply their skills and knowledge to a real-world situation

    There are a range of related jobs within both the private and public sector including in the civil services within the Ministry of Defence and the Home Office and private companies such as G4S.

    Students will be exposed and discover a range of themes during the course, including terrorism and insurgency, transnational organised crime and criminology and global security and human rights issues. Students will be equipped with the knowledge and lateral thinking and analytical skills required to enter a broad range of public services including the police, the intelligence services, commissioned entry into the armed forces as well as the civil service.

    For the academic year 19-20 the tuition feed for this programme are:

    Full-time £8500

    All fees quoted are for UK/EU students. For Overseas student please contact admissions

    Level 4 (Year 1 for full-time students)

    Credit Value

    Professional and Academic Skills

    Core

    All year

    20

    Police and Policing

    Non- Core

    All year

    20

    Introduction to Criminology

    Non-Core

    All year

    20

    Political Violence in the 20th Century

    Non-Core

    Semester 1

    20

    Modern Strategy

    Non- Core

    Semester 2

    20

    Introduction to International Relations

    Non-Core

    All year

    20

    Level 5 (Year 2 for full time students

    Research Methods

    Core

    All Year

    20

    Organised Crime

    Non-Core

    Semester 1

    20

    Airpower and Sea Power

    Non-Core

    All Year

    20

    Terrorism and Counter Terrorism

    Core

    All Year

    20

    Examining Global Security

    Core

    All Year

    20

    Serial offending and Violent Crime

    Core

    Semester 2

    20

    Level 6 (Year 3 for full time students)

    Dissertation

    Core

    All Year

    40

    Nuclear Strategy

    Non-Core

    All Year

    20

    Insurgency and Counter Insurgency

    Core

    All Year

    20

    Human Rights Abuse and State Crime

    Core

    Semester 1

    20

    Crimes of the Rich and Powerful

    Non-Core

    Semester 2

    20

    Students are taught via a combination of lectures, seminars, guest speakers and practical activities within laboratories or on our farm units and estate. This mix of teaching and learning methods allows students to develop both academic and farm competencies side by side, applying theory from the classroom in real situations. Typical groups sizes are of 20-30 but are larger for cross-college modules (40 +), this smaller group profile allows you more contact time and support from our lecturers and subjects specialists. Technical staff such as laboratory technicians, farm/animal/equine technicians and unit managers support the team and may deliver supportive sessions.

    Students will be expected to utilise computers widely in research and producing their work and will have access to the programme Virtual learning Environment that support lectures and provided additional materials of interest.

    Independent learning-

    When not in timetabled sessions you are expected to continue learning independently through self-study. Typically this will involve reading journals articles, books and working on individual assessments or project work and preparation for examinations. You will be expected to work in groups at time for formative tasks or for summative assessment. This independent work is supported by the college’s library facilities, HE computer suite/common room and access to online journals and VLE materials.

    Overall workload-

    Students should expect to spend 16-25% of their time in scheduled activities

    Level 4

    Teaching Learning and Assessment 288 hours

    Independent Learning 912 hours

    Level 5

    Teaching Learning and Assessment 288 hours

    Independent Learning 912 hours

    Level 6

    Teaching learning and Assessment 198 hours

    Independent Learning 1002 hours

    The programme provides you with a range of opportunities to display your understanding and application of the subject informally prior to summative assessments that will count towards your final grade. Each module normally contains at least one piece of formative (practice) work for which feedback is provided from tutors or peers but grades will not be provided for this work.

    Formal (summative) assessments may be mid or towards the end of modules. A range of methods are utilised to assess performance including (but not limited to) examinations, essays or literature reviews, presentations, posters, portfolios, observed practical work and project reports. The grades from each formal assessment count towards an overall module grade.

    The balance of assessment by examination and assessment by coursework depends on modules selected.

    Feedback

    Feedback on coursework is provided via an online system. Feedback on examination performance is available in a broad summary but further feedback is available on request to the module leader.

    Feedback is intended to help you to learn and to build your performance over time, therefor we encourage discussion of performance and progress with your programme tutor.

    We aim to provide feedback within 21 working days

    Whilst there are no modules within this programme including specified work experience hours. It is expected that students will build their CV and transferable skills with suitable work or commitments such as Officer Training Corps, Special Police or private security services.

    Easton and Otley College aims to support students with learning needs. Applicants that have identified needs are eligible for support via DSA which aims to provide equipment, training or additional support to students on Higher Education programmes. Further information is available at application or during enrolment and induction.

    Bursaries

    The College provides a bursaries and funds available for undergraduate students which you may be eligible to apply for.

    You can check your eligibility for these types of financial support along with their value and application deadlines at our Bursaries page.

    Facilities

    220 hectare farm estate

    Dedicated HE area including common room, study facilities and kitchen

    4 on site laboratories

    Range of teaching and learning rooms including lecture theatre and conference facilities

    Well equipped library

    Free wi -fi

    Free parking

    HE accommodation

    On successful completion of the BA (Hons) students may apply seek provision for post graduate study in similar subjects at other institutions (subject to entry requirements) Students may select to enter employment or graduate internships in a range of industry based careers such as research, security services, unformed services, police, MI5/6, government.

    Applications for Further Education full time, access to HE, apprenticeships and part time courses are made online. Go on to the relevant course page and click on the 'Apply Now' button to start the application process. Applications for short courses are made by contacting the College Admissions Team on 08000 224556. Higher Education programme applications should be made via UCAS in the first instance, UCAS website

    Applications for accommodation usually open late Spring. For more information pleae see the following link; Student accommodation

    Students aged 19 ( as of 31 August) and above can study any of our part time or short courses as well as our Access to Higher Education and Higher Education programme. Some of floristry, horticulture and arboriculture courses may also be available to adult learners. Please contact the College Admissions Team for more information, 08000 224556. Adult learning

    Yes, you can speak to the College Admissions Team on 08000 224556 who can provide general course choice advice and guidance or you can drop in to one of our Course Advice Days.

    Course Advice Days are normally held on Saturday morning's from 9am-12pm. They provide an excellent opportunity to speak to course tutors, find out more about the courses we offer, have a tour of the facilities and speak to Student Services about any non academic questions like transport or bursaries. Dates are advertised on our website. Course Advice Day

    We also have our campus open days, known as a 'Big Day Out' which take place in the summer term. Both campuses and facilities are available for you to explore, speak to tutors and students, watch demonstrations and have a go at activities. If you like what you see you can also make an application on the day. Details on the Big Day Out will be advertised on our website nearer the time

    Please see the following links for more information on applying for your bus pass;Easton transport information or Otley transport information

    Please contact the College Admissions Team on 08000 224556 who will be able to advise of any future interview dates and rebook your interview to a suitable date.

    To cancel your application pleae contact the College Admissions Team on 08000 224556 or use the contact us form on our website.

    The College Admissions Team will send out letters to all students aged 19 and over, on relevant courses, providing all the information needed from Easton & Otley College to enable you to make an online application with Student Finance England. These letters will be sent out during the summer term.

    Applications for the college bursary are made online. You should make sure that you read the guidance notes prior to making an application to ensure that you are eligible. Further information can be found on Financial Support

    For students resident in England and aged 18 and under on 31 August, before they are due to start their course in September, then your full time course fees are fully funded. For students aged 19 and over, and those looking to study a short course, please contact the College Admissions Team for more details on 08000 224556.