BA (Hons) Applied Investigation is a unique and contemporary course which adapts itself and students to the evolving nature of investigative practice. It aims to build knowledge and expertise in the area of investigations through work-based learning, allowing you to enter during the course’s second or final year, requiring only six on-campus days, per year of study.
The concept of the course accredits prior experience, permitting those who have achieved PIP Level 1 or equivalent investigative experience to enter during the second year and those who have PIP Level 2 or equivalent to enter during the course’s third and final year. The work-based approach of the course encourages you to focus on your area of interest, producing a research study while critically reflecting on investigative skills and strategies. With only six contact days per year, you can earn a full degree alongside your career.
Throughout the course, you will be coached by programme leads Emma Spooner and Gary Shaw MBE. With vast experience in the world of investigations, the pair offer unrivalled academic and practical support to those undertaking the degree.
Developed by senior police officers and members of NPCC, the course is undeniably relevant for those in the force, however its self-study nature and adaptability make it an ideal fit for investigators in all professions.
For more information contact the Corporate and Professional Education team on firstname.lastname@example.org or 0191 515 3361.
|Upcoming start dates|
|3 September 2019|
|9 October 2019|
|26 February 2020|