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The Centre for Policing Research and Learning have identified a number of online Structured Honours Degrees (BSc or BA) that can be studied part-time or full-time, aimed at specific police-related subjects. Alternatively, police officers and staff can select specific modules of interest, that when combined can form an Open Degree Qualification that is unique for their interests.

Obtaining a Degree can enhance CDP and enable the learner to progress to higher levels of study, thus creating further career opportunities within the Police.


Structured Honours Degrees (BSc or BA)

BSc (Honours) Computing & IT and Business

This is one of several subject combinations available in our BSc (Honours) Computing & IT and a second subject degree. Computing and business have become closely intertwined throughout the world of work. You will gain insight into all facets of the world of business: markets, organisations, processes, strategies, policies and decision-making. You can choose the focus for your studies in computing and IT, selecting from computer science, digital technologies, networking, software development or web development. On completion of this degree, you will have the knowledge and skills to take part in the management and execution of computer-related projects in a business setting.

Duration: 6 years (Part time)
Course code: Q67-citb

BSc (Honours) Computing & IT and Statistics

This is one of several subject combinations available in our BSc (Honours) Computing & IT and a second subject degree. You will develop a grasp of probability and the most common methods of statistical data analysis, and the ability to manipulate abstract concepts and use them to find solutions to practical problems. In computing and IT, you can focus your studies on computer science, digital technologies, networking, software development or web development. With basic competence in statistics and computing skills, you will be equipped to work in organisations that base decisions on statistical analysis or seek to interpret “big data”.

Duration: 6 years (Part time)
Course code: Q91-cits

BSc (Honours) Computing and IT

Computing and IT skills have become fundamental to the way we live, work, socialise and play. This degree course opens up the world of technology and an array of exciting career opportunities. It will help you to become a confident user and manager of information technologies; to administer and manage network or database systems; and to develop new software solutions to meet specific market or organisational needs.

Duration: 6 years (Part time)
Course code: Q62

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