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DEGREE IN CRIMINOLOGY

Code:
 C103

Credits:
 240
 
Publication date:
 22/03/2012

Title:
 Undergraduate 3-5 years (ECTS)
 
Fee:
 17,60
 Créditos en 1ª matrícula
 

FIELD OF STUDY

Social and Legal Sciences

SYLLABUS

DEGREE IN CRIMINOLOGY

TYPE OF EDUCATION

Combined Face-to-face and On line

LANGUAGE / S THAT IS OFFERED

Valencian
Spanish

CENTRES WHERE IT IS TAUGHT

Faculty of Law

PROGRAMME JOINTLY SHARED WITH

Only taught at this university

EXAMINATION DATES

Enter the list of examination dates for this graduate programme.

SYLLABUS OFFERED

Initial node:
 

Legend: Not offeredNo teaching
FIRST YEAR
FIRST YEAR ONLINE GROUP
SECOND YEAR
THIRD YEAR
FOURTH YEAR
SECOND YEAR ONLINE GROUP
THIRD YEAR ONLINE GROUP
FOURTH YEAR ONLINE GROUP
ROUTE 1. PUBLIC SECURITY
24 credits
 
 
Once this block is approved, you get
ROUTE 1: PUBLIC SECURITY
ROUTE 2. PRIVATE INVESTIGATION
30 credits
 
6 credits
 
Year
Title
Credits
Subject
 
Once this block is approved, you get
ROUTE 2: PRIVATE INVESTIGATION
ROUTE 3. JUDICIAL ADMINISTRATION
24 credits
 
 
Once this block is approved, you get
ROUTE 3: JUDICIAL ADMINISTRATION

 

AIMS

 

The basic aim of the Degree Course in Criminology is to produce professionals capable of meeting the needs of society with regard to security and the prevention and control of criminal behaviour. Students will develop a thorough knowledge of all areas concerning criminal activity and deviant behaviour, enabling them to work within the criminal justice system and in public and private security, developing criminological, psycho-social, legal and scientific skills and expertise, and the ability to adapt rapidly to an environment in constant evolution.  The ultimate aim is to produce graduates capable of working with other professionals in identifying, preventing and intervening in problems concerning crime, criminals, deviant behaviour and victimisation. Criminology graduates can work with the Police, the Legal authorities, the Penitentiary authorities, in community and prevention programmes, in intervention against marginalisation, victim support centres, etc. The course will also prepare future graduates for specialisation in post-graduate study, where they may acquire more specialised learning for specific professional profiles.

 

On the basis of the foregoing and taking into account the skills required for the University of Alicante Degree Course, we would like to emphasise the following general aims, which coincide with the aims defined in both the White Book of Degree Courses and in Royal Decree 1393/2007:

 

  To give graduates the necessary knowledge, skills, expertise and capabilities to work in professions having to do with criminal analysis, victimisation and responses to criminal and deviant behaviour.
  To develop students’ capacity to apply their criminological knowledge in solving practical problems.
To stimulate students’ capacity to write up professional (criminological) reports, design criminal investigations, etc.
To encourage the acquisition of the skills required for independent learning.

 

Within the framework of the following general principles:

· Respect for basic rights and equality between men and women.

· Respect for and promotion of Human Rights and the principles of free access and design for all, in accordance with the terms of Final Provision Ten of Act 51/2003 of 2 December, on equal opportunities, non-discrimination and universal access for persons with disabilities.

· The values of a peaceful and democratic society.


 

COMPETENCES


General Competences (CG)

  • CG.1:Capacity to find, analyse and synthesise information.
  • CG.2:Capacity for teamwork: collaborating with others and contributing towards a common project.
  • CG.3:Capacity for self-learning and adapting to new situations.
  • CG.4:Capacity to take decisions, putting one's knowledge into practice and handling technical instruments.
  • CG.5:Capacity for criticism and self criticism.

General Competences acquired at University of Alicante (CGUA)

  • CGUA.1:Capacity to communicate in a foreign language.
  • CGUA.2:Ability to use information and communications technologies in one's professional life.
  • CGUA.3:Capacity for oral and written communication.

Specific Competences (CE)

  • CE1: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.
  • CE2:Be able to describe the fundamental theoretical approaches to criminal acts, victimisation and responses to crime and deviation.
  • CE3:Be able to extract and synthesise information from different sources, including: handling information and communication technologies, designing and applying appropriate research strategies for compiling data using quantitative and qualitative methods, and being able to apply basic statistical techniques to questions related to crime and victimisation when necessary.
  • CE4: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).
  • CE5: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.
  • CE6:Be able to identify public policy strategies affecting the field of criminology and responses to crime and deviation.
  • CE7: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.
  • CE8: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.
  • CE9: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.
  • CE10: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.).
  • CE11:Be able to draft a criminological report.

 

CREDIT STRUCTURE OF THE DEGREE COURSE

 

The University of Alicante Degree in Criminology course programme consists of 240 ECTS credits, distributed over 4 years, each worth 60 ECTS credits and, in turn, divided into two 30 ECTS semesters. The programme covers all theoretical and practical aspects to be acquired by students.

The following table summarises the subjects and the distribution of credits.

 

DISTRIBUTION OF CREDITS PER SUBJECT TYPE


Subject type

Credits

Core

60

Compulsory

138

Optional

36

Final Project

6

Total credits

240

 

GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF THE COURSE PROGRAMME

 

Core subjects are taught in the first year. These are followed by 138 compulsory ECTS credits, aimed at ensuring that students acquire the professional skills covered by the Degree, and 6 ECTS credits corresponding to the Final Project, which is undertaken in the final semester. The final 36 ECTS credits correspond to optional subjects aimed at specialisation and, as the case may be, work experience. These are taken in the final year of the course programme and enable students to choose their own area of specialisation. The routes are Public Security, Private Investigation and Judicial Administration.

Core subjects are taught in the first year, and aim to provide students with the knowledge and skills that will give them a conceptual and methodological approach to Criminology.

The optional subjects, taught in the fourth year, are grouped into three specialities, corresponding to three well-defined professional profiles: public security, private investigation and Judicial Administration.

The aim of the optional subjects is to provide students with the opportunity to undertake a more in-depth study of those subjects of most interest to them, within the more general nature of the degree course as a whole (198 ECTS credits correspond to either core or compulsory subjects, while optional subjects account for just 24 credits, except for that of Private investigation, which is worth 30 credits), whilst at the same time beginning the professional specialisation which will continue in their post-graduate courses. The route chosen is mentioned in the supplement to the degree only if the corresponding subjects are passed.  In order to make up their quota of optional subjects (36 credits), students may then choose freely from among the other subjects on offer. Students are also offered the possibility of carrying out work experience (6 credits) or a range of cultural, sporting, student representation, charity and cooperation activities established by the University, for which they may obtain up to a maximum of 6 optional credits.

 

OPTIONAL SUBJECTS AND ROUTES


ROUTES

PUBLIC SECURITY

PRIVATE INVESTIGATION

JUDICIAL ADMINISTRATION

Specific subjects: 24 ECTS

Specific subjects: 30 ECTS

Specific subjects: 24 ECTS

Administrative police: 6 ECTS

Labour law: 6 ECTS *

Witness psychology: 6 ECTS

Judicial Police: 6 ECTS

Civil Law: 6 ECTS*

Scientific police and the forensic laboratory: 6 ECTS

Intervention in crises, catastrophes and emergencies: 6 ECTS

Business Law: 6 ECTS*

Pharmacology: 6 ECTS

Gender-based violence:

6 ECTS

Technological media in private investigation: 6 ECTS*

Forensic entomology 6 ECTS

Common subjects: 6 ECTS to be chosen from:

Professional code of conduct: 6 ECTS*

Common subjects: 6 ECTS to be chosen from:

Profiling: psycho-criminological profiling of delinquents: 6 ECTS

*These subjects must be taken in order to qualify as a private detective.

Profiling: psycho-criminological profiling of delinquents: 6 ECTS

Deontología profesional:

6 ECTS

Professional code of conduct: 6 ECTS

Psiquiatría forense: 6 ECTS

Forensic psychiatry: 6 ECTS

* Optional subjects:

Route 1: Public security:

  • Administrative police
  • Judicial Police
  • Intervention in crises, catastrophes and emergencies
  • Gender-based violence

Route 2: Private investigation:

  • Labour law
  • Civil Law
  • Business Law
  • Technological media in private investigation

Route 3: Judicial Administration:

  • Witness psychology
  • Scientific police and the forensic laboratory
  • Pharmacology
  • Forensic entomology

 

**Common optional subjects: One subject may be chosen from the following group of common subjects:

  • Profiling: psycho-criminological profiling of delinquents
  • Professional code of conduct (this subject must be taken to qualify as a Private Detective)
  • Forensic psychiatry

 

*** Optional non-route credits may be taken by means of

  • Work Experience
  • Optional subject “Psychopaths and serial killers”
  • Or any optional subject from either of the two routes not chosen.

 

The offer of optional subjects in the distance learning group may be limited due to the nature of the subjects themselves, in which student presence may be essential to ensure the acquisition of the skills and the learning outcomes expected for each subject.

In the final year, as a bridge between academic and professional life, students may opt for the optional work experience programme, worth 6 ECTS credits, which enables students to work in institutions or professional offices, in order to prepare for their entry into the labour market. The work experience programme has been established as an optional part of the programme in order not to handicap students already engaged in labour or professional activities. Students may therefore choose freely between outside work experience, the optional subject “Psychopaths and serial killers” or an optional subject from either of the other two routes. Moreover, the Final Project, worth 6 credits, enables students to complete their acquisition of the skills envisaged by this Degree. It is prepared in the second semester of the final year.
Prior to evaluation for the final grade, the student must demonstrate competence in a foreign language. Among other forms of accreditation at the University of Alicante is to be overcome at least level B1 of the Common European Framework for modern languages¿¿, which may be raised in the future.

 

 

 

LANGUAGE REQUIREMENT (IN A FOREIGN LANGUAGE)

Students who study an undergraduate degree at the University of Alicante must confirm a minimum level of B1 in a foreign language (a B2 is recommended) in order to obtain the diploma.  

The required language level is in accordance with the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages. 

The language accreditation requirement can be obtained previously or at any time during university studies. However, the language requirement will be necessary in order to be able to assess the final year project.

The different forms of obtaining such language requirement can be consulted in the additional information in this section.  

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LANGUAGE TEACHING COMPETENCE CERTIFICATE

Students who want to have a career in non-university teaching when they finish their studies are recommended to obtain the teaching competence certificate (Valencian and/or foreign languages).

This certificate can be obtained by taking specific itineraries in your university studies or by taking the UA teaching competence course in Valencian, German, French and English.

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FINAL YEAR PROJECT (TFG)

All the official undergraduate degrees must be completed by preparing and defending a final year project, which must be done in the final phase of the studies and be aimed at the assessment of competences associated to the degree.

The final year project must be an original, independent and personal work. The elaboration of it may by individual or coordinated. Each student will prepare this project under the supervision of a tutor, allowing students to show the received training content in an integrated many, as well as the acquired competences associated to the undergraduate degree.

In order to register in the final year project, students must comply with the requirements established in the “Regulations for continuation studies for students registered in undergraduate degrees at the University of Alicante”. Among the requirements established to be able to register in the final year project, a minimum of 168 credits must be passed in undergraduate degrees with a total of 240 credits, and a minimum of 228 credits in undergraduate degrees with a total of 300 credits or more.

In order for the final year project to be assessed, a B1 level of a foreign language (B2 is recommended) must be confirmed.

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Access routes

Procedure for applying for admission

Recommended applicant profile

Number of places and court notes

 

ACCESS ROUTES

 

Admission to this degree course is open to any applicant who meets one of the following entrance requirements:

1. HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA AND UNIVERSITY ENTRANCE EXAMINATION (Selection Examination). Although admission will be granted for all high school diploma disciplinary routes, it is recommended that applicants have studied the following disciplinary routes: Humanities and the Social Sciences.

Applicants’ admission grades for this course can be improved by taking the corresponding specific subject paper in the university entrance examination.  Papers for specific subjects with their corresponding weightings can be consulted in the table below.

 

High School Diploma Subjects

Parámetros de ponderación
Análisis Musical II Biología Ciencias de la Tierra y Medioambientales Dibujo Artístico II Dibujo Técnico II Diseño Economía de la Empresa Electrotecnia Física Geografía Griego Historia de la Música y de la Danza  Historia del Arte Latín Lenguaje y Práctica Musical Literatura Universal Matemáticas Aplicadas a las Ciencias Sociales II Matemáticas II Química Técnicas de Expresión Gráfico Plásticas Tecnología Industrial II

Academic Years 2010-11

2011-12

0.1  x    x  x  x x
x
   x    x  x  x x
 x  x    x    x  
0.2
x

       

x             x
  x
 

Academic Years

2012-13

2013-14

2014-15

0.1

x
x x x x    x
x x x x x x   x   x  
0.2  x  x
         
x
            x
   x    

Academic Year 

2015-16

0.1 x
x x x x x
x

x x
x x
x
x
0.2
x






x x

x

x
x

 2. PREVIOUS HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA OR EQUIVALENT QUALIFICATIONS FROM PREVIOUS EDUCATIONAL STRUCTURES WITH OR WITHOUT UNIVERSITY ENTRANCE EXAMINATION: 

Applicants who have passed the previous entrance examination, or applicants who have not passed the previous entrance examination but hold one of the following qualifications: LOGSE high school diploma, COU, Pre-university course certificate, or any other qualification equivalent to the high school diploma, may take the new entrance examination.

Applicants who have passed the previous entrance examination may take a specific subject paper in order to improve their admission grade, but must still take the general examination.  Applicants who have not passed the entrance examination must take the general examination and may, if they wish, take the specific subject paper in order to improve their admission grade.

For specific subjects, the weightings indicated in the previous section must be taken into account.

3. VOCATIONAL TRAINING: Qualifications in Advanced Vocational Training, Advanced Technician in Plastic Arts and Design or Advanced Technician in Sports: admission is granted for any vocational area, although preference is given to applicants from the following vocational areas: Physical Activity and Sports; Administration and Management; Graphic Arts; Sales and Marketing; Catering and Tourism; Personal Image; Sound and Image/Communication; Safety and the Environment; Socio-cultural Services and the Community;  Art Applied to Books; Floristry; Graphic Design; Advanced Technician in Sports. 

Applicants’ admission grades for this course can be improved by taking the corresponding specific subject paper in the university entrance examination.  Papers for specific subjects with their corresponding weightings can be consulted in the table 1.

4. STUDENTS FROM EUROPEAN UNION EDUCATIONAL SYSTEMS OR OTHER STATES WITH WHICH SPAIN HAS A RELEVANT INTERNATIONAL AGREEMENT.  AN ACCESS CERTIFICATE IS REQUIRED, issued by the UNED (Spanish National University for Distance Education). Applicants may take the specific subject paper in order to improve their admission grade.  They may also take the complete university entrance examination.

5. STUDENTS FROM FOREIGN EDUCATION SYSTEMS, FOLLOWING APPLICATION FOR HOMOLOGATION OF THEIR ORIGINAL HIGH SHCHOOL DIPLOMA WITH THE SPANISH HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA, AND SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION OF THE UNIVERSITY ENTRANCE EXAMINATION ORGANISED BY THE UNED.

6. ADMISSION FOR APPLICANTS OVER 25 YEARS OF AGE Specific university entrance examination.  From the total places offered, a minimum of 2% are reserved.  Preference is given to Social and legal Sciencies. + info

7. ADMISSION FOR APPLICANTS OVER 40 YEARS OF AGE who do not hold academic qualifications but have accredited work and professional experience in accordance with accreditation criteria and the work and professional experience concerned.  An interview will be held.  A series of places are reserved for applicants over 40  years of age, of between 1% and 3% of the total places offered.  +info

8. ADMISSION FOR APPLICANTS OVER 45 YEARS OF AGE. Specific university entrance examination.  This access route is open to applicants who do not hold a qualification which would qualify them for admission by another route, and who cannot accredit work and professional experience.  A series of places are reserved for applicants over 45 years of age, of between 1% and 3% of the total places offered. + info

9. UNIVERSITY DEGREES OR EQUIVALENT. 3% of the total places offered are reserved.


PROCEDURE FOR APPLYING FOR ADMISSION: PRE-ENROLMENT AND REGISTRATION

  • Anticipated number of places offered during the first pre-enrolment session: 240 (70 on-line).
  • Applicants admitted to a course must formally register within the timescale established annually in the enrolment calendar. Registration Information.


RECOMMENDED APPLICANT PROFILE

 

Students who wish to take this Degree should have taken the Humanities and Social Sciences high school diploma route, or should have passed a higher vocational qualification in Socio-Cultural Services and the Community (in particular, that of Social Integration).

Furthermore, students should possess a series of characteristics and skills, or the capacity to acquire them, such as:

  • an interest in aspects related to crime: origins, responses, prevention;
  • an interest in politics and society;
  • have an open-minded, plural approach to people and society;
  • be committed to the values of social justice;
  • capacity for analysis, synthesis and reasoning;
  • capacity to work as part of a team;
  • capacity to mediate, negotiate and take decisions.

 

NUMBER OF PLACES AND COURT NOTES

 

COURSES

NUMBER OF PLACES

COURT NOTES

GENERAL

OVER

 25

OVER

  40

OVER

45

GRADUATES

SPORTPEOPLE

DISABLED

2010-11

240

7,960

7,390

9,000

5,300

6,720

---

5,640

2011-12

240

8,108

7,685

9,000

5,000

7,220

5,000

5,000

2011-12

ON-LINE

70

6,333

8,090

5,000

---

8,100

---

5,000

2012-13

170

8,190

7,279

5,000

5,000

7,120

5,000

---

2012-13

ON-LINE

70

7,030

7,650

7,900

---

8,930

---

5,000

2013-14

170

7,961

6,875

5,000

5,000

7,100

5,000

---

2013-14

ON-LINE

70

6,860

7,185

9,000

7,500

8,700

---

5,000

2014-15

170

7,964

6,598

5,000

5,000

6,800

5,000

---

2014-15

ON-LINE

70

7,175

6,850

5,000

---

8,360

---

5,000

2015-16

170

8,383

6,090

6,140

---

7,060

8,066

8,484

2015-16

ON-LINE

70

6,285

6,325

9,500

---

8,840

---

7,273

2016-17

170

8,263

5,348

---

---

6,630

---

5,000

2016-17

ON-LINE

70

6,875

7,710

9,400

---

7,870

5,000

---

 
  • "Court notes" indicated correspond to the results of the first adjudication of June.
  • The definitive notes can be inferior to the here collected.


 

 

 

PROFESSIONAL PROFILES

 

Criminology graduates are qualified to work within the police force, judicial or penal administration, community and prevention programmes, interventions to counter marginalisation, victim assistance, etc.

 

Professions for which the degree qualifies its holder.

 

A degree in criminology opens the doors to a wide range of professional activities, including policing and/or victimology activities in the field of public security, private security (directors and managers of private security agencies) and prison and judicial activities (participation in advisory teams and on the Treatment Boards of Prison Institutes, Parole or Juvenile Court consultancy activities, victim assistance, etc.).

By resolution of the Home Office of 21/08/2013, the Degree in Criminology with itinerary in Private Investigation is recognised to effects of the habilitation for the professional exercise like Private Detective.

 

 

IMPLEMENTATION

The new Degree in Criminology offered by the Law Faculty will be implemented year by year.



YEAR

ACADEMIC YEAR

2010/2011

2011/2012

2012/2013

2013/2014

1st Year

Degree

Degree

Degree

Degree

2nd Year


Degree

Degree

Degree

3rd Year



Degree

Degree

4th Year




Degree

 


TIMESCALE FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE NEW DEGREE IN CRIMINOLOGY (GRADO) AND PHASING OUT OF THE FORMER DEGREE IN CRIMINOLOGY (LICENCIATURA)

Academic Year

Implementation of the new Degree in Criminology (Grado)

Phasing out of the former degree in Criminology (licenciatura)

2010-2011

1st Year


2011-0212

2nd Year


2012-2013

3rd Year


2013-2014

4th Year

4th Year

2014-2015


5th Year


Once a course has been phased out, the subjects corresponding to the course will no longer be taught. Students who do not wish to take the new degree course subjects are entitled to sit four examinations in the two academic years following the end of each year. Any students wishing to continue their studies after sitting and failing these tests will be required to follow the new plan, according to the adaptation system established in the new plan.

 

 

PROCEDURE FOR THE CHANGE TO THE NEW STUDY PLAN

 

DEGREE IN CRIMINOLOGY

former plan

DEGREE IN CRIMINOLOGY

new plan

Legal medicine and forensic science

6

Legal medicine and forensic science

9

Research methods in the social sciences

4,5

Research methods in the social sciences

6

Criminal law. General overview

6

Basics of Criminal Law

7,5

Enforcement of prison sentences

4,5

Prison Law

6

Criminology I

6

Criminological theories

7,5

Criminology II

6

Applied criminology

7,5

Criminal psychology

6

Criminal psychology

7,5

Criminal policy

6

Criminal policy

7,5

Delinquency and moral responsibility in minors

4,5

Psychological development of social responsibility in minors

6

Ethics and human rights

4,5

The Law, ethics and human rights

6

Quantitative and qualitative research techniques in criminology

4,5

Quantitative and qualitative research techniques

9

Audiovisual techniques in social research

4,5

Criminal law. Specifics

6

Criminal law. Specifics

9

Sociology of Law

6

Sociology of Law

6

Prevention and treatment of delinquency

4,5

Prevention and treatment of delinquency

6

Victimology

6

Victimology

7,5

Criminal procedural law

9

The penal process

6

Psychopathology of criminal behaviour

4,5

Psychopathology of criminal behaviour

6

Judicial Police

4,5

Judicial Police

6

Mediation in penal law and criminology

4,5

Mediation and alternative conflict resolution

6

Medical-legal and forensic entomology

4,5

Forensic entomology

6

Crisis intervention and approaches to trauma in victims and professionals

4,5

Psychological intervention in crises, catastrophes and emergencies

6

Psychopaths and serial killers

4,5

Psychopaths and serial killers

6

Violence and gender: inter-disciplinary aspects

4,5

Gender-based violence

6

TOTAL CREDITS

126


162

 

 

Non-recognised subjects

 

DEGREE IN CRIMINOLOGY

former plan

DEGREE IN CRIMINOLOGY

new plan

French for criminologists

4,5

Introduction to sociology

6

German for criminologists

4,5

Introduction to criminology

6

IT data analysis

4,5

Introduction to Administrative Law

6

English

4,5

Introduction to Statistics

6

The economics of crime and criminal behaviour

4,5

Introduction to political science

6

TOTAL CREDITS

22,5

Anthropology for criminologists

6



The Constitution: the system of rights and freedoms

6



The sociology of deviant behaviour

6



Penology

6



Administrative police

6



The legal responsibility of minors

6



Labour law

6



Business Law

6



Civil Law

6



Technological media in private investigation

6



Professional code of conduct

6



Forensic psychiatry

6



Profiling: psycho-criminological profiling of delinquents

6



Pharmacology

6



Witness psychology

6



TOTAL CREDITS

120

 

A total of 126 credits in the current Criminology Degree study plan (Licenciatura) can be adapted to the new Criminology Degree study plan (Grado). Of these, 99 correspond to core and compulsory subjects, and 27 to optional subjects.

Credits taken by Criminology students not listed in the above table may be validated by means of:

Degree course optional credits, up to the maximum number of optional credits established for each degree course.

Recognised free-elective credits validated for university, cultural or representational activities will be validated for the degree course, with a maximum of up to 6 academic credits to be validated for various activities, as set out in Art. 12.8 Royal Decree 1393/2007 (participation in cultural, sporting, student representation, charity and cooperation activities).

 

DEGREE IN CRIMINOLOGY. SYLLABUS SUMMARY

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