Join the Programme Leads for a lunchtime session about the different ways this innovative Criminology degree is linking issues in Safeguarding, Risk and Security.
Multiagency working and the urgent need to enhance understanding and practice in these core areas of justice, but also in health, social care, and education sectors, has led to the creation of this new MSc programme offer.
Whether you are a current undergraduate student looking to enhance your knowledge of the interconnected topics of crime, harm, risk, security, and safeguarding, or a practitioner wishing to add depth and academic reflection to your professional practice, this lunchtime session can help you decide to take the next step of your journey with us.
Drawing its teaching team from the School of Justice spanning across Criminology, Security Studies, as well as Policing and Law, and offering sessions led by practitioners and former practitioners, the MSc Criminology, Risk and Safeguarding programme reflects the University of Cumbria’s commitment to high calibre teaching and personalised approach.
The MSc Criminology, Risk and Safeguarding is available at the Fusehill Street Campus in Carlisle, with a September 2021 start date, with a further option of taking stand-alone modules from the Programme in the Autumn and Spring terms.