Postgraduate Distance Learning Courses
|Criminology and Criminal Justice||MSc, PgD, PgC|
|Police Leadership and Management||MSc, PgD, PgC|
|Security and Risk Management||MSc, PgD, PgC|
|Security, Conflict and International Development||MSc, PgD, PgC|
For all our postgraduate distance learning courses, we offer you the opportunity to study at Masters (MSc), Postgraduate Diploma (PgD) or Postgraduate Certificate (PgC) level.
- The Postgraduate Certificate is a one-year condensed programme, consisting of three modules. For details of the modules you are required to take please contact the Department.
- The Postgraduate Diploma consists of the six taught modules but not the dissertation and can be completed in 1.5 years.
- The Masters Degree consists of the six taught modules and the dissertation and can be completed in two years.
|Postgraduate Level||Time Taken||Programme Content|
|Postgraduate Certificate (PgC)||1 Year||Three modules|
|Postgraduate Diploma (PgD)||1.5 Years||Six modules|
|Masters Degree (MSc)||2 Years||Six modules and the dissertation|
Why Study via Distance Learning at Leicester?
Our courses are designed to attract mid-career professionals who are looking to add an academic dimension to their professional profile. Studying by distance learning has the benefit of allowing you to develop your career without having to leave employment. It also means that you can apply new knowledge and insights to your working life while you are still studying. At the Department of Criminology, distance learning is part of our core educational provision and our programmes are flexible, high quality and focussed on you and your needs.
If you require further information about our postgraduate distance learning programmes please visit our Frequently Asked Questions section. You can also download a pdf of our distance learning brochure or a pdf of our new distance learning programme brochure for Security, Conflict and International Development or request to be sent an information pack and prospectus in the post by following the link below.
We understand that choosing a degree programme and university is a difficult decision so please do not hesitate to get in touch with the Department if you have any further questions. Please contact our Admissions Administrator:
- Tel: + 44 (0) 116 252 3946/2458
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Next step: Request an information pack and prospectus