Bachelor of Arts (Honours) Criminology
犯罪學(榮譽)文學士Course Code: 1645-DP031A (CE 68-848-00/81)
Criminology investigates a range of theoretical and policy issues relating to the extent, nature and distribution of crime, explanations of crime, the control of crime, including crime prevention, policing, the operation of the criminal justice process and methods of punishment, the nature and extent of crime victimisation, and the role of victims in the criminal justice system. You can now study criminology with one of the UK’s most prestigious centres for the study of crime, criminality and criminal justice, and acquire research methods as well as develop key transferable skills for the job market.
The BA (Hons) Criminology programme provides you with a critical understanding of issues related to crime and criminal justice through the application of up-to-date cross-cultural criminological theories as well as a thorough grounding in the broader social sciences context.
- Leading UK university for the study of crime, criminology and criminal justice;
- Teaching informed by world-class research; from one of the UK’s leading multidisciplinary schools of social sciences;
- Extensive site visit and field trip opportunities;
- Practical training on research methods and transferable skills;
- Students may opt to transfer to the UK campus for their Final Year study.
The University of Hull
Established in 1927, The University of Hull encompasses world-class teaching, research, impressive facilities, and a strong support network for over 16,000 students.
The University is ranked 63rd in the 2016 Complete University Guide. It has been consistently ranked among the leading UK universities for student satisfaction in the National Student Survey and for graduate employability.
Teaching and research in criminology enjoy a long traditions at The University of Hull. The School of Social Sciences is one of the longestestablished departments for the study of criminology, in a market that has been rapidly expanding in recent years. Sociology has also been taught at Hull for more many years, affirming the school’s excellent reputation.
英國赫爾大學於1927年成立，學府的師資、學術研究均達國際級水平；大學設置一流的設施，為全校超過16,000名學生提供強大的支援網絡。赫爾大學 於2016年英國大學排名位列第63位 (The Complete University Guide)。大學 在英國全國學生調查中亦一直被列為學生最滿意的英國大學之一，其畢業生 就業率一直名列前茅。
The entire programme comprises 18 modules (360 credits) in the UK, but in Hong Kong, only the Second Year and Third Year modules are offered.
Applicants who meet the entry requirements and are approved by The University of Hull may qualify for direct admission to the Second Year of the programme and will be required to complete 12 modules (240 credits) for graduation.
Year 2 (120 Credits)
(Each module carries 20 credits)
|Contemporary Perspectives on Crime and Deviance |
Development of Criminological Theory
Analysing Social Data: A Critical Toolkit
Criminal Justice Process
Reading About Crime and Punishment
Punishment and Society
Year 3 (120 credits)
(All but Dissertation are 20-credit modules)
Policing (20 credits)
|Available options |
(Each module carries 20 credits)
Introduction to Criminal Justice Ethics
The Problem of Youth
Drugs and Drug Use
Organisations of Violence
The above programme structure is intended for use as a guide by prospective students. HKU SPACE and The University of Hull reserve the right to vary the structure.
Duration of Study
With full exemptions from the first year of study, students can complete the enrolled programme in two years in full-time mode.
These programmes will be taught jointly by The University of Hull and HKU SPACE academic staff. Students will have 10 to 20 contact hours weekly with the teaching staff. The lecturing staff of The University of Hull will visit Hong Kong during each semester and will provide lectures for all modules. Tutorials, workshops and field visits will be conducted by qualified local tutors from HKU SPACE.
Assessments will be in various forms including essays, presentations, projects, reports, examinations and dissertation.
On Campus Transfer
Students will be eligible to apply for transfer to the Hull campus for their final year study. Full international student fees will apply.
In association with University of Hull, UK
- Programme Leaders
(University of Hull)
PhD Keele KWAN, Kalwan
Dip(SW); BSW; MSocSc; PhD HK
CHENG, Janice(HKU SPACE, Deputy Programme Leader)
BA UBC; MA CUHK; Reg. Psychologist (HKPS)
- Teaching Staff - The University of Hull
BRADY, Kay BSc; PGCE BUTLER, Ruth BSc Lancaster; PhD Reading CALVERLEY, Adam PhD Keele GREEN, Simon BSc Kingston; MA, PhD Hull HOLDSWORTH, Julia PhD Hull LITTLER, Mark LLB UCL; MSt Cambridge; PhD Manchester O’LEARY Nicola BA; MA; PhD Hull ORTON, Bev BA USA; PG Dip Lincoln Humberside; PGCE Huddesfield; MEd Cantab SANTORSO, Simone BA Padua; MA Padua; PhD Urbino
- Teaching Staff - HKU SPACE
CHAN, Samson Dip(SW) HKBC; Dip(MS) CUHK; Cert(CJ) HK; MA Leic; PgCert, PhD Hull; CSDSM, CSMSM CHAO, Joyce BA; MA; PhD Hawaii KWAN, Kalwan Dip (SW) HKBC; BSW PolyU HK; MSocSc, PhD HKU LEE, Wendy BA, MEd HKU; MIPA LEUNG, Max MA CityU HK; BSW HKBU; Dip(SW) HKBC; R.S.W. OU, Antony BSocSc, MPhil CUHK WONG, Christopher DSW PolyU HK; LLB CityU HK; MSocSc HK
Students who successfully complete the programme will be awarded the Bachelor of Arts (Honours) Criminology by The University of Hull.
The University of Hull has one of the best records in the UK for employment of its graduates, and Hull’s social sciences graduates are no exception. There is an increasing market for graduates in social sciences, criminology and/or psychology.
The demand for social sciences graduates has increased in recent years, and our degrees equip students with knowledge and skills that will be invaluable for careers connected with social services. Graduates are expected to be capable of devoting themselves in a wide variety of careers. Common career choices include the civil services, social or community services, the legal profession and academic or policy research.
Graduates with degrees in criminology-related fields have found employment in a wide variety of careers: as police and probation officers, academic and policy researchers, community and voluntary sector workers, teachers, to name only a few career destinations.
Qualifications from the University of Hull are recognised internationally, and graduates of these programmes are qualified to apply for admission to taught-master programmes or research-based postgraduate programmes such as MPhil and PhD.
The tuition fee* for 2018/19 intake is HKD33,480 and GBP2,790 per year. The tuition fee covers all charges for lectures, workshops, tutorials, field visits, marking of assignments, examinations and registration. The fee will not cover the re-taking of modules.
*The tuition fee is reviewed annually and is subject to change without prior notice.
Financial Assistance Schemes
The University of Hull's Bachelor of Arts (Honours) Criminology programme delivered in Hong Kong is successfully accredited by the Hong Kong Council for Accreditation of Academic and Vocational Qualifications (HKCAAVQ). Full-time students are eligible to apply for Hong Kong government grants and low-interest loans, i.e. Financial Assistance Scheme for Post-secondary Students (FASP) and Non-means tested Loan Scheme for Post-secondary Students (NLSPS). For details, please refer to www.wfsfaa.gov.hk/sfo.
Scholarships will be given by The University of Hull/ HKU SPACE International College to new students with outstanding achievement in their Associate Degree/ Higher Diploma study for enrolling in the BA (Hons) Criminology/ BA (Hons) Criminology with Psychology/ BA (Hons) Sociology/ BA (Hons) Criminology and Sociology programme. The amount of each scholarship is HK$10,000.
An applicant shall hold:
(a) an Associate of Social Sciences/ Applied Social Sciences awarded within the HKU system through HKU SPACE or other recognised institutions with a Cumulative GPA (CGPA) of 2.3 or above;
(b) an Advanced Diploma in Applied Social Sciences awarded within the HKU system through HKU SPACE with a CGPA of 2.3 or above.
For English proficiency, a minimum overall score of 6.0 on the IELTS or 550 on the TOEFL is required. Applicants who are graduates of the HKU SPACE Associate Degree/ Advanced Diploma, or with an equivalent qualification from a recognised institution where the normal medium of instruction is English will be exempted from this requirement if they have obtained Grade “C” or above in their sub-degree English course(s).
Applicants with other equivalent qualifications in a related social science discipline such as psychology, sociology, guidance and counselling, social welfare, legal studies, public policy and administration, etc. will also be considered. Applicants who have not previously studied social sciences (including an introduction to sociology themes and a research methods module) shall be advised to undertake additional preparatory modules of “Introduction to Sociology” and “Introduction to Social Research Methods” offered by HKU SPACE prior to entry.
Students are offered extensive site visit and field trip opportunities, including visits to criminal justice agencies, rehabilitation centres and other agencies.
|Visit to Pik Uk Prison|
|Visit to Hong Kong Police Tactical Unit||Visit to Lai Chi Rehabilitation Centre|
|Korea Study Tour||Visit to Singapore After-care Association|
|Taiwan Study Tour||Japan Study Tour|
CSM London Summer Study Programme
This programme organised by IC provides a valuable opportunity for students to enroll into a short course in Central Saint Martins College of Arts and Design (CSM), one of the world’s leading institutes for arts and design education with 150 years of history.
IC-ECNU Shanghai Winter Study Programme
This programme enables students to broaden their intercultural outlook by exploring Shanghai’s past and present, discovering local culture, lifestyle and art development. They can also experience East China Normal University’s campus, hall life and study with ECNU students.
QF This programme is recognised under the Qualifications Framework. For details of the QF level, registration number and validity period, please visit: www.hkqr.gov.hk.
This is an exempted course under the Non-Local Higher and Professional Education (Regulation) Ordinance. It is a matter of discretion for individual employers to recognise any qualification to which this course may lead.