If you're interested in justice, crime and investigation, you can study subjects ranging from law and forensic science, to criminology and policing and criminal justice at Anglia Ruskin.
Develop your understanding of some of the most important issues affecting societies today, along with important skills for your future career. At ARU, you’ll benefit from the support of our dedicated staff, strong industry links, and opportunities to go on work placements and take part in collaborative projects.
If you’re fascinated by forensic science but don’t meet the entry requirements for our 3 year BSc (Hons) Forensic Science course, our extended four year course is for you. It is accredited by the Chartered Society of Forensic Sciences and provides graduates with the skills to follow a range of careers in forensic science and other analytical science related fields.
Begin your journey to becoming a solicitor or barrister, or advance your legal knowledge for many roles in business, finance and public service. Develop key transferable skills that can take you far whichever career path you choose.
Thinking of joining the police or working in the wider criminal justice sector? Get first-hand experience of the day-to-day life of a criminal justice professional before you join up.
Instead of choosing between studying psychology and criminology, this course allows you to study both subjects in parallel. This course allows you to gain expertise in two disciplines instead of one.
Advance your understanding of the public services and the changing world in which they operate. Develop skills and knowledge not only for a public service career, but future leadership roles as well.
From the uniformed services to Revenue and Customs, through work placements and disaster planning, our foundation degree will give you the first-hand experience of the public services that you need to move ahead in your chosen career.
Developed in collaboration with leading employers, this is the ideal course if you’re preparing for a public services role, or already work in the sector and want to take your career to the next level.
Top up your FdA or HND Public Service to an honours degree on this course co-created by public service employers. Advance your skills and knowledge in specialist areas such as youth justice and psychology, and find out what drives policy in the UK’s public services today.