Applied Psychology and Criminology

We have listened to the feedback you have given us and these are the changes we have made:

  • A desire to avoid assessment bunching at the end of semester 1 [Actioned: we have now spread out the deadline for different modules, so the deadlines don’t all come at once ]
  • A desire for more guidance with assessments [Actioned; we were already working on this but this review has enabled us to include formative assignments across all modules to further develop this aspect]
  • Low contact hours [Actioned: contact hours have been increased, especially in level 4]
  • More module resources [On going action: we continue to work closely with our colleagues in Information Services to ensure we address this]
  • A need to revise SS427 and SS425 to make them more engaging [Actioned: these modules have now been refreshed]
  • Complaints about the ‘tedious’/ ‘boring’ nature of SS523 [Actioned: this module has been withdrawn]
  • A desire for more choice [Actioned: three new criminology modules and one new psychology module have been added to level 6 ]
  • A desire to avoid assessment bunching in semester 2 in light of the dissertation [Actioned: the criminology option modules have been configured into long thin modules to facilitate this]


For a more detailed account of the degree please click on the link below

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