Course content (verified by ANECA in official undergraduate and Master’s degrees)
General Competences (CG)
Capacity to find, analyse and synthesise information.
Capacity for teamwork: collaborating with others and contributing towards a common project.
Capacity for self-learning and adapting to new situations.
Capacity to take decisions, putting one's knowledge into practice and handling technical instruments.
Capacity for criticism and self criticism.
General Competences acquired at University of Alicante (CGUA)
Ability to use information and communications technologies in one's professional life.
Capacity for oral and written communication.
Specific Competences (CE)
Be able to describe fundamental concepts in the fields of psychology, sociology, law and natural sciences that are needed to provide a global analysis of criminal phenomena and deviation.
Be able to explain and summarise empirical information and results of research into crime, victimisation and response to crime and deviation, and evaluate the methodology used (identify which methodology is the most appropriate, its ethical principles, results, etc.).
Be able to draft a criminological report.
Be able to describe the fundamental theoretical approaches to criminal acts, victimisation and responses to crime and deviation.
Be able to describe and evaluate social and political processes of victimisation and criminalisation in the light of criminological theories (dynamics existing between the victim, crime, deviant conduct and the main agents and institutions related to the response to criminal acts and deviation).
Be able to provide an analytical explanation of diversity and social inequality, as well as its consequences relating to criminal acts, victimisation and responses to crime and deviation.
Be able to identify public policy strategies affecting the field of criminology and responses to crime and deviation.
Be able to identify the principles and processes, including human rights and public freedoms, on which penal and juvenile justice systems are based, as well as the execution of sentences and measures for security and the alternative resolution of conflict.
Be able to argue and describe different points of view and debate them in a logical and coherent manner and present conclusions in an appropriate academic format when dealing with questions of criminal policy, victimisation, criminalisation and responses to crime and deviation as well as on the perception and interpretation of the same by the communications media, public opinion and official reports.
Be able to create prevention strategies in the fields of criminology, victimology and marginalisation, etc., guaranteeing public safety, fundamental rights and the solution of social problems.
Learning outcomes (Training objectives)
Specific objectives stated by the academic staff for academic year 2010-11
Code:18514 Lecturer responsible: No data Credits ECTS:7,50
INTERNATIONAL PUBLIC LAW AND CRIMINAL LAW Area:
CRIMINAL LAW Theoretical credits: 0,9 Practical credits: 0,6
PSYCHOLOGY OF HEALTH Area:
PERSONALITY, EVALUATION AND PSYCHOLOGICAL TREATMENT Theoretical credits: 0,9 Practical credits: 0,6
This Dept. is responsible for the course.
This Dept. is responsible for the final mark record.