The School of Science at Renaissance University offers B.Sc. in Police Science that is a broad and interdisciplinary degree delivered by leading experts of criminology and specialists in policing. This program can have a real impact in wider society, and it influences policy and practice on matters relating to policing, crime, deviance and victimisation. Policing occurs in a highly complex, contested and changeable world. The role of the police in responding to crime and disorder has fundamental consequences on individuals, communities and populations.
The degree of B.Sc. in Police Science is a research-led teaching program that enables you to uncover the realities of police work, explore the tensions and complexities of policing and challenge conventional assumptions of the role of the police. This course is designed to enable a smooth transition to higher education, providing you with full study skills support and a comprehensive research method programme that will enable one to complete their own research project in final year. This degree offers flexibility and choice with a range of option modules for you to choose from.
The curriculum of this degree at Renaissance University includes a three year careers and employability programme, giving you the opportunity to develop the skills you will need for graduate jobs. B.Sc. Police Science includes opportunities in each year for practical experience and insight into policing. Students may also have the opportunity to experience our Policing insight days, field trips, examples of policing in practice in our unique crime scene room and interview room, lectures from policing experts and practitioners, and mentoring and placement opportunities.
Candidates must have scored 50% (for SC/ST/OBC 45%) marks in aggregate in 12th Standard or an equivalent examination in the stream of PCM/B (Physics, Chemistry and Maths/Biology ) , recognized by State or Central Education Board.
15th july 2020