Criminology


Head of Faculty: Mrs S. Barnes

This is a modular course, which means you are formally assessed at the end of each unit. This is different to other A-levels where you are assessed at the end of your second year.

Once you have completed your year 12 units, you will receive a Certificate grade from the examination board in August because you have completed 50% of the course (via the 2 year 12 units listed below). You will then progress into year 13 where you will then complete the 2 final units. Once you have completed all 4 units, you will then receive your Diploma grade.

 

This diploma is graded A*- E and holds the same UCAS points as all other level 3 courses so progression into university is the typical next step.

  • Criminology Year 12

    This is a modular course, which means you are formally assessed at the end of each unit. This is different to other A-levels where you are assessed at the end of your second year.

    Once you have completed your year 12 units, you will receive a Certificate grade from the examination board in August because you have completed 50% of the course (via the 2 year 12 units listed below).

  • Criminology Year 13

    You will then progress into year 13 where you will then complete the 2 final units. Once you have completed all 4 units, you will then receive your Diploma grade.

    This diploma is graded A*- E and holds the same UCAS points as all other level 3 courses so progression into university is the typical next step.

    WJEC/Eduqas

    https://www.wjec.co.uk/qualifications/criminology-level-3/#tab_overview

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