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QQI-FET progression to Criminology with Psychology DN620

Criminology is the study of crime, the causes of crime and its impact on individuals and society. This unique new degree is designed to provide students with an advanced conceptual knowledge of Criminology and Psychology, an insight into the contribution of both disciplines to understanding key aspects of human behaviour and an ability to appraise the methodologies used in both areas.

How do I enter DN620 Criminology with Psychology from a QQI-FET award?

Entry to first year Criminology with Psychology is available on a competitive basis to applicants who present an accepted major award with Distinction (80% or better) in at least 5 components, including any components and/or results specified below.

What QQI-FET major award(s) are accepted?

Level 5 Major Awards
  • 5M2181 Applied Social Studies
  • 5M2468 Business Administration
  • 5M2102 Business Studies
  • 5M2786 Community Care
  • 5M3050 Community Development
  • 5M4468 Community Health Services
  • 5M2154 Cultural and Heritage Studies
  • 5M0828 eBusiness
  • 5M3114 General Studies / Liberal Arts
  • 5M2111 International Trade
  • 5M2464 Journalism
  • 5M2073 Language and European Studies
  • 5M3789 Legal Studies
  • 5M2069 Marketing
  • 5M5165 Trade Union Studies
  • 5M4732 Youth Work
Level 6 Major Awards
  • 6M5013 Administration
  • 6M4985 Business
  • 6M3674 Community Development
  • 6M2007 Early Childhood Care and Education
  • 6M2263 Inclusive Education and Training
  • 6M3115 Information, Advice and Advocacy
  • 6M4587 Management
  • 6M2218 Social and Vocational Integration

What components are required?

No specific components are required, as long as you present an accepted major award with at least 5 Distinctions.

How will I be assessed?

If there are more eligible applicants than places, admission will be competitive based on (opens in a new window)QQI-FET scoring.

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