Criminology and Sociology Overview
With the skills and experience you’ll gain from studying Criminology and Sociology, you’ll be prepared to build a successful career in a range of industries – including the police force, local government, charities and education.
You can follow your interests and study Criminology and Sociology individually, combine them together, or combine them with Police Studies or Law.
During your studies you’ll delve into the history, theory and practical application of criminology and sociology – developing the experience and transferable skills you need to secure employment, or build the perfect foundation for you to pursue postgraduate study.
As one of only a few UK universities to include professional work placements with every degree, we’ll also give you the opportunity to put your skills into practice. This means you’ll graduate with relevant industry experience and contacts – without taking a year out.
“We aim to deliver a high quality student experience and to produce well-rounded and informed graduates who are highly employable and ready to contribute to society.”
Dr Emma Kelly
Senior Lecturer in Criminology
Your Subject Focus Day
Your Criminology and Sociology Subject Focus Day will be brought to you by our lecturer Russ Woodfield.
We would advise you to read through the instructions before starting your activity. If you encounter any issues with accessing the documents below then please email SCLHello@leedstrinity.ac.uk.
- Please open/download the Microsoft Word document. This document has details of the prize draw task and a hyperlink to the website where you can complete your main Subject Focus Day activity.
- Please watch the video below, where Russ will talk you through the presentation on what to do and when.
Criminology and Sociology Presentation
Criminology and Sociology Worksheet
Microsoft Word · 32KB
We hope you enjoyed the activity and you were able to increase your knowledge and understanding of the subject area. The competition instructions are provided in the activity above, please refer back to this for more information. Please submit your entry to the competition by emailing SCLCompetitions@leedstrinity.ac.uk.
By entering the competition, you will be entered into a prize draw. There will be a £20 Amazon voucher for the winner and a £10 Amazon voucher for two runners-up. The closing date for entries will be Friday 23rd July. Terms and conditions of the competition can be found here.