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 attain a full BA (Hons) degree in just six contact days over 18 months.
The concept of the course accredits prior experience, permitting those who have achieved PIP Level 2 or equivalent to enter the degree in its third and final stage. The work-based approach encourages you to focus on your area of interest, producing a research study while critically reflecting on investigative skills and strategies.
The course also offers the flexibility of entering during the second stage for those who have PIP1 or experience in volume investigations. The stage is comprised of three short courses which enhance your investigative ability and ultimately allows access to the final phase of the course.
Developed by senior police officers and members of NPCC, the course is undeniably relevant for those in force however its self-study nature and adaptability make it an ideal fit for investigators in all professions looking to upskill or affirm their career with a degree.
On-campus and throughout study, you will be coached by programme leads Emma Spooner and Gary Shaw. With vast experience in the world of investigations, the pair offer unrivalled academic and practical support to those undertaking the degree.
With funding options available through Student Finance, College of Policing and ELCAS, and the Corporate and Professional Education Team ready to guide you through your application and beyond, get in touch for more information: 0191 515 3361 / firstname.lastname@example.org