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Get started with our highly experienced and qualified tutors. Do you need to understand your clients? In this criminal psychology online course, you will learn what goes on the mind of a criminal and more. This course is suitable for anyone who works within criminal justice, such as police, social workers, court workers, solicitors, lawyers, probation workers or anyone with an interest in the psychology of crime.
This criminal psychology online course is offered as flexible self-paced study. It is designed to give you the background knowledge and skills needed to start or improve your career in criminology. Use this course as a stepping stone to a Degree in Psychology or to enhance your existing qualifications in law, psychology, policing and more.
Careerline’s online criminal psychology course will introduce you to the psychological approaches of understanding crime. You will study the psychology of crime, the relationship of mental disorders to crime, gender and youth, psychology and the police, the courtroom and psychology and crime prevention.
When you enroll you are assigned your own tutor, giving you expert support before you even submit your first assignment. If you need to use your Certificate to gain entry into University, an invigilated exam is available. Payment plans are available from $50/week, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone us on 1300 172882 for more information.
Criminal Psychology Course Aims:
- Define crime and criminal psychology.
- Discuss psychological theories and approaches to understanding crime.
- Define serious crimes and explain the involvement of psychology.
- Discuss the relationship between a person having a learning disability and committing crime.
- Define psychopathy and discuss psychological theories relating to psychopathy.
- Discuss gender differences associated with crime.
- Discuss the psychological theories relating to youth and crime.
- Discuss how psychology is used by the police.
- Discuss how psychology is used in the court room.
- Discuss the use of psychology in crime prevention.