Criminology I, 30 credits

About the course

The course Criminology I, provide a basic knowledge of the points of departure, concepts and definitions employed within the field. It covers theories relating to crime, measures to combat crime and the basic methods employed in criminological research. Students are also expected to be able to reflect on and assume a critical approach towards the course content from a theoretical and methodological perspective, and to demonstrate an understanding of how fundamental questions examined by the philosophy of science relate to the field.

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