Forensic Science and Criminology

What is the Course About?

Faculty: Wellbeing

Department: Health and Social Care

BTEC National Foundation Diploma in Forensic and Criminal Investigation alongside Pearson BTEC Level 3 National Extended Certificate in Applied Psychology.

Days and hours of attendance

20 hours a week over 5 days

What Happens Next

1. Once you apply online, we will send you an email so you know we have received your application.

2. If you are new to UCM, you will be asked to attend an Information Sharing Appointment (ISA) when you find out more about UCM and the course you've applied for, and we find out more about you.After your ISA, we will either:

* make you an unconditional offer (i.e. a definite place on the course);

* make you a conditional offer (i.e. a place on the course IF you get the results required in the summer exams);

* place you on a waiting list, if the course is already full (if this is the case, we will also advise you to apply for another course, just in case);

* suggest you apply for another course because the one you have applied for is not suitable for you.

Once you have a place, you will be asked in to enrol in person.

Information Sharing Appointment (ISA)

Which Campus

TBC

Timetable and what to expect

TBC

What to wear

TBC

What to bring

TBC

Useful links

Course Fee PolicyStudent Awards (Grants)Free School MealsBusesInternational ApplicationsChildcare SupportStudent Emergency Fund

What are my progression and career options?

  • Criminal Investigation

  • Psychology

  • Lab Technician

  • Project Management

  • Paralegal

How will I be assessed?

Examination, internal and external assessment

Entry requirements

Four GCSE C grades including English, Maths and Science