Course Title : 35 Hrs. Diploma Course in Criminology and Criminal Psychology
Course Description :
Criminology is the scientific study of crime and criminals, including the motivations and consequences of crime and its perpetrators, as well as preventative measures.
Studying criminology can be seen as multi-disciplinary, as it contains elements of psychology, biology, statistics, law, and sociology. Criminology deals with both theoretical and practical work, seeking to understand and tackle crime and criminals, as well as the legal and criminal justice system, and its wider social ramifications.
In this 35 Hour Criminology and Criminal Psychology Diploma level course, you will deepen your knowledge of the role and function of the criminologist. You will learn from this Criminology and Criminal Psychology course about the common causes crime and criminal behavior, characteristics of offenders and victims, mental health and its role in crime, prevention of crime and much more.
For whom (target group): School leavers after A/L’s in the Bio stream, University undergraduate students in law, science and biomedical faculties, police and law enforcement officers, psychology students and counsellors, science and health education teachers, paramedical and nursing students and nurses. If you’re considering a future career in criminology, criminal law and criminal justice, criminology, forensic psychology or in medicine and/or forensic science then you may want to consider taking this comprehensive and fast-track online independent self-study Diploma level course.
Entry Requirements: Students and Graduates in Law, Psychology or Social Work, Biomedical Sciences, Medical doctors, police officers, nurses and other healthcare students or practitioners / professionals and age not less than 20 years, and Fluency of the English language is essential.
Course Duration : 4 to 8 weeks (1.0 to 2.0 Months) – part time self-study
Total No. of Study Hours : 35 Hrs. of Independent Self-Study time
20 Course Modules / Lessons:
Part-1: Basic Criminology and Criminal Psychology
Module 01- Introduction to Criminology – Part 1 and 2
Module 02- Explanations for Criminal Behaviour
Module 03- Criminology and Personality Theories
Module 04- Detection of Crime
Module 05- Mental Health and Crime
Module 06- Root Causes of Crime
Module 07- Characteristics of Offenders and Victims
Module 08- Criminal Justice
Part-2: Advanced Criminology and Criminal Psychology
Module 1: Introduction to Criminology and Profiling
Module 2: Classification of Crime
Module 3: Violent Crimes
Module 4: The Crime Scene
Module 5: Dealing with Crime
Module 6: Understanding Criminal Psychology
Module 7: Forensic Science
Module 8: Phases of Profiling
Module 9: Criminal Profiling
Module 10: Offender Profiling
Module 11: Victimology
Module 12: The Criminal Justice System in England and Wales
The current 2023 all-inclusive Course Fee for new Students is as follows:
For Non-IMH Students: Rs. 35,000/-
For Previous IMH Students: Rs. 30,000/- (Discounted course fee)
For Overseas / International Students: USD $110
Course fees has to be paid in full by cash, cheque, credit / debit card or via a bank transfer payment.
Final Course Assessment / Evaluation
There are only three separate assignments to be completed at home and submitted to the IMH for evaluation. Once a “pass” grade has been achieved for all three assignments the Diploma in Criminology and Criminal Psychology and course transcript will be awarded to the registered student.
International Course Accreditation-1
This course is fully accredited by the Accredited Counsellors, Coaches, Psychotherapists and Hypnotherapists (ACCPH), UK
International Course Accreditation-2
This course is fully endorsed and accredited by the International Association of Therapists (IAOTH), Ireland
Course Registration / Enrollment
For course registration or further details please email us your request to enroll for this course by attaching your CV or including details of your academic and/or professional qualifications to: firstname.lastname@example.org