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1 PROGRAMME DETAIL SPECIFICATION Programme Summary 1 Awarding institution Liverpool John Moores University 2 Teaching institution university LIVERPOOL JOHN MOORES UNIVERSITY 3a Programme accredited by: 3b Description of accreditation British Psychological Society 4 Final award Bachelor of Science with Honours in Forensic Psychology and Criminal Justice 5 Programme title BSH.Forensic Psychology and Criminal Justice 6 UCAS code CM82 7 Subject benchmark statement Criminology and Psychology 8 Educational aims of the programme The purpose of the Forensic Psychology and Criminal Justice programme is to enable students with an interest in Psychology and Criminal Justice to: undertake the rigorous study of both disciplines to a level which is appropriate for an understanding of the major issues in each. explore the relationship between the disciplines and to encourage an interdisciplinary approach to issues in Forensic Psychology and Criminal Justice policy and practice. develop appreciation of multiple perspectives in a way that fosters critical evaluation. develop an understanding of real-life applications of theory to the full range of experience and behaviour link theoretical analysis with empirical enquiry and the operation and impact of theories and policies on practice. identify and understand different value positions in the criminal justice system and processes. acquire knowledge of a range of research skills and methods for investigating experience and behaviour, culminating in an ability to conduct research independently. understand the legal context and principal legal features of the criminal justice system. provide students with a sufficient understanding of forensic psychology and criminal justice so to improve their employability in psychology, criminal justice and allied areas. To encourage students to fully engage with the World of Work programme, including the World of Work Skills Certificate and, as a first step towards this, to complete Bronze (Self Awareness) Statement. 9 Level Learning Outcomes: FHEQ Level 4 Outcomes: Demonstrate an understanding of conceptual and historical perspectives in Psychology (FP) Demonstrate a firm grounding of the basic concepts, ideas and origins of Biological Psychology (FP) Demonstrate an appreciation of the specialised discipline of Cognitive Psychology (FP) Demonstrate an ability to understand the contributions of Developmental Psychology to the discipline (FP) Demonstrate an understanding of the role and insights of Social Psychology (FP) Demonstrate an understanding of the range of research methods in Psychology and Criminal Justice (FP and Demonstrate a well-rounded and informed understanding of the origins and development of the criminal justice system ( Demonstrate an appreciation understanding of the key concepts and theories of crime, including policy-making and implementation ( Demonstrate a understanding of the legal context and content of criminal justice and a socio-legal understanding of its operation ( Demonstrate problem solving skills to show imagination and flexibility in seeking solutions to problems (FP and Demonstrate an understanding of conceptual and historical perspectives in Psychology (FP)

2 Demonstrate a firm grounding of the basic concepts, ideas and origins of Biological Psychology (FP) Demonstrate an appreciation of the specialised discipline of Cognitive Psychology (FP) Demonstrate an ability to understand the contributions of Developmental Psychology to the discipline (FP) Demonstrate an understanding of the role and insights of Social Psychology (FP) Demonstrate an understanding of the range of research methods in Psychology and Criminal Justice (FP and Demonstrate a well-rounded and informed understanding of the origins and development of the criminal justice system ( Demonstrate an appreciation understanding of the key concepts and theories of crime, including policy-making and implementation ( Demonstrate a understanding of the legal context and content of criminal justice and a socio-legal understanding of its operation ( Demonstrate problem solving skills to show imagination and flexibility in seeking solutions to problems (FP and Demonstrate an ability to distinguish between normative and empirical questions (FP and Demonstrate a psychological and socio-legal understanding of the criminal justice system (FP and Demonstrate an basic ability to apply his or her knowledge to a situation of limited complexity in order to provide arguable conclusions for concrete problems (FP and Demonstrate ability to self-manage learning utilising time-management and effective planning strategies (FP and Demonstrate the ability to collaborate and work in co-operation with others to investigate a social question or issue (FP and Demonstrate an ability to prioritise time to work to strict deadlines (FP and Demonstrate ability to communicate effectively in both verbal and written communication (FP and Demonstrate ability to use IT to access contemporary sources and information (FP and FHEQ Level 5 Outcomes: Demonstrate an advanced understanding of the concepts, ideas and origins of Biological Psychology (FP) Demonstrate an advanced appreciation of the specialised discipline of Cognitive Psychology (FP) Demonstrate a well-developed ability to understand the contributions of Developmental Psychology to the discipline (FP) Demonstrate an advanced understanding of the role and insights of Social Psychology (FP) Demonstrate an appreciation of the contributions Personality and Individual Differences make to the development of Psychological thinking (FP) Demonstrate an advanced appreciation of the range of research methods in Psychology and Criminal Justice, and to develop the ability to scrutinise their usage (FP and Demonstrate an advanced appreciation of the key concepts and theories of crime, including policy-making and implementation ( Demonstrate data collection and research skills to discover information, manipulate data, and question its meaning (FP and Demonstrate evaluative and analytical skills to apply theory, make critical judgements, and to evaluate the outcomes and impact of interventions (FP and Demonstrate sensitivity to values and interests to identify and take account of normative and moral positions ( Demonstrate an advanced understanding of the concepts, ideas and origins of Biological Psychology (FP) Demonstrate an advanced appreciation of the specialised discipline of Cognitive Psychology (FP) Demonstrate a well-developed ability to understand the contributions of Developmental Psychology to the discipline (FP) Demonstrate an advanced understanding of the role and insights of Social Psychology (FP) Demonstrate an appreciation of the contributions Personality and Individual Differences make to the development of Psychlogical thinking (FP) Demonstrate an advanced appreciation of the range of research methods in Psychology and Criminal Justice, and to develop the ability to scrutinise their usage (FP and

3 Demonstrate an advanced appreciation of the key concepts and theories of crime, including policy-making and implementation ( Demonstrate data collection and research skills to discover information, manipulate data, and question its meaning (FP and Demonstrate evaluative and analytical skills to apply theory, make critical judgements, and to evaluate the outcomes and impact of interventions (FP and Demonstrate sensitivity to values and interests to identify and take account of normative and moral positions ( Demonstrate an ability to use established theories and concepts in psychology, law, social policy and other social sciences to analyse psychological behaviour and criminal justice within national and international contexts ( Demonstrate an ability to seek out and use quantitative and qualitative data and primary and secondary sources in psychology, criminal justice and related disciplines (FP and FHEQ Level 6 Outcomes: Demonstrate a critically aware understanding of the key concepts and theories of crime, including policy-making and implementation (FP and Demonstrate the ability to critically exmaine the contemporary range and activities of criminal justice agencies and organisations, their regulation, outcomes and inter-relationships ( Demonstrate an advanced ability to critically reflect upon the political economy of criminal justice and how values and principles are related to political, economic, and professional interests ( Demonstrate adavnced data collection and research skills to discover original information, manipulate data, and question its meaning (FP and Demonstrate critically alive evaluative and analytical skills to apply theory, make critical judgements, and to robustly evaluate the outcomes and impact of interventions (FP and Demonstrate a critically aware understanding of the key concepts and theories of crime, including policy-making and implementation (FP and Demonstrate the ability to critically exmaine the contemporary range and activities of criminal justice agencies and organisations, their regulation, outcomes and inter-relationships ( Demonstrate an advanced ability to critically reflect upon the political economy of criminal justice and how values and principles are related to political, economic, and professional interests ( Demonstrate adavnced data collection and research skills to discover original information, manipulate data, and question its meaning (FP and Demonstrate critically alive evaluative and analytical skills to apply theory, make critical judgements, and to robustly evaluate the outcomes and impact of interventions (FP and Demonstrate an advanced ability to use established theories and concepts in psychology, law, social policy and other social sciences to critically analyse psychological behaviour and criminal justice within national and international contexts (FP and Demonstrate an ability to integrate ideas and findings across the multiple perspectives in psychology and recognise distinctive psychological approaches to relevant issues (FP) Demonstrate a well informed and critically developed ability to integrate ideas and findings from psychology and criminal justice (FP and Demonstrate ability to critically reflect on policy and practice (FP and 9 Intended learning outcomes - the programme provides opportunities for students to develop and demonstrate knowledge and understanding, skills, qualities and other attributes in the following areas: Intended Learning Outcomes summary Knowledge and understanding A1. Demonstrate an understanding of conceptual and historical perspectives in Psychology (FP) A2. Demonstrate a firm grounding of the basic concepts, ideas and origins of Biological Psychology (FP) A3. Demonstrate an appreciation of the specialised discipline of Cognitive Psychology (FP) A4. Demonstrate an ability to understand the contributions of Developmental Psychology to the discipline (FP) A5. Demonstrate an understanding of the role and insights of Social Psychology (FP) A6. Demonstrate an appreciation of the contributions Personality and Individual Differences make to the development of Psychological thinking (FP)

4 A7. Demonstrate an understanding of the range of research methods in Psychology and Criminal Justice (FP and A8. Demonstrate a well-rounded and informed understanding of the origins and development of the criminal justice system ( A9. Demonstrate an appreciation of the key concepts and theories of crime, including policy-making and implementation ( A10. Demonstrate the ability to critically exmaine the contemporary range and activities of criminal justice agencies and organisations, their regulation, outcomes and inter-relationships ( A11. Demonstrate an advanced ability to critically reflect upon the political economy of criminal justice and how values and principles are related to political, economic, and professional interests ( A12. Demonstrate a understanding of the legal context and content of criminal justice and a socio-legal understanding of its operation ( Teaching, learning and assessment methods used to enable outcomes to be achieved and demonstrated Knowledge is gained through a combination of teaching methods including lecture, tutorial, workshops, work-based learning and private study. IT resources are provided by the Aldham Robarts Library and the Avril Robarts Library. Assessment Assessment methods are specified in each module handbook. There is a range of assessment methods adopted throughout the programme including, examinations, coursework in the form of essays, projects, portfolios, reports and presentations Intellectual Skills Skills and other attributes B1. Demonstrate problem solving skills to show imagination and flexibility in seeking solutions to problems (FP and B2. Demonstrate data collection and research skills to discover information, manipulate data, and question its meaning (FP and B3. Demonstrate evaluative and analytical skills to apply theory, make critical judgements, and to evaluate the outcomes and impact of interventions (FP and B4. Demonstrate sensitivity to values and interests to identify and take account of normative and moral positions ( Teaching, learning and assessment methods used to enable outcomes to be achieved and demonstrated Intellectual skills 1-2 are developed through lectures; 3-4 are encouraged through tutorial support and seminar preparation. Students are provided the opportunity for reflection and achievement in developing their own understanding in acquiring skills. Assessment Intellectual skills are assessed in all forms of assessment which is specified in the assessment schedule. A variety of assessment methods are used including examination, essay, projects, portfolios and presentations. Professional practical skills C1. Demonstrate an ability to use established theories and concepts in psychology, law, social policy and other social sciences to analyse psychological behaviour and criminal justice within national and international contexts (FP and C2. Demonstrate an ability to seek out and use quantitative and qualitative data and primary and secondary sources in psychology, criminal justice and related disciplines (FP and C3. Demonstrate an ability to distinguish between normative and empirical questions (FP and C4. Demonstrate a psychological and socio-legal understanding of the criminal justice system (FP and C5. Demonstrate an ability to integrate ideas and findings across the multiple perspectives in psychology and recognise distinctive psychological approaches to relevant issues (FP) C6. Demonstrate a well informed and critically developed ability to integrate ideas and findings from psychology and criminal justice (FP and C7. Demonstrate an basic ability to apply his or her knowledge to a situation of limited complexity in order to provide arguable conclusions for concrete problems (FP and Teaching, learning and assessment methods used to enable outcomes to be achieved and

5 demonstrated Key skills are prioritised within all level 4 modules, but particularly in Module 4102PSYSCI. At level 5 and 6 students are encouraged to develop these skills in written submissions and through seminar based tutorials. Assessment Key skills 2-7 are the central focus of some coursework assignments where information gathering, written and spoken communication, and group work are prioritised. Transferable / key skills D1. Demonstrate ability to self-manage learning utilising time-management and effective planning strategies (FP and D2. Demonstrate the ability to collaborate and work in co-operation with others to investigate a social question or issue (FP and D3. Demonstrate an ability to prioritise time to work to strict deadlines (FP and D4. Demonstrate ability to communicate effectively in both verbal and written communication (FP and D5. Demonstrate ability to use IT to access contemporary sources and information (FP and D6. Demonstrate ability to critically reflect on policy and practice (FP and Teaching, learning and assessment methods used to enable outcomes to be achieved and demonstrated The main focus of these skills is introduced in level 4. Transferable skills are an essential part of the activities throughout the programme. Assessment Transferable skills 1-4 are assessed in the various assessment processes, exams, coursework, projects and portfolios all measure skills 1, 3 and 4. Skill 2 is assessed in group tutorials and group presentations. 10. Route/Pathway/Field requirements, levels, modules, credits and awards The programme is offered in full-time mode (3 years). The programme is organised in three levels of study each corresponding to a year's full-time attendance. Students may enter or interrupt their study (with the credits they have accumulated at the points indicated. The programme is based on a 2 semester academic year with modules being delivered and assessed in each semester. The modules are rated as 24 academic framework credits (equivalent to 240 hours of student effort). A total of 360 credits are required for the BSc Honours Degree and the credits are divided between the levels of study. Level 4 = 120 credits, Level 5 = 120 credits, Level 6 = 120 credits. Credits are designated to modules and are awarded for the achievement of the learning outcomes of the module. BSc (Hons) in Forensic Psychology and Criminal Justice BSc in Forensic Psychology and Criminal Justice Diploma in Higher Education Certificate in Higher Education It should be noted that although the Work-Based Project module (6004LAW is listed as an optional module, it is in fact an 'OPTIONAL CORE' and can be chosen as a core module instead of the Dissertation module on this programme (6005LAW. STUDENTS MUST ENROL FOR ONE OF THESE MODULES, BUT CANNOT SELECT BOTH. Graduate Basis for Chartership status with the British Psychological Society is not conferred unless the student has reached a minimum 2:2 classification in their final degree award, and has achieved a mark of 40% or more in the compulsory Dissertation (6005LAW or Work-Based Project (6004LAW modules. Award Requirements Bachelor of Science with Honours in Forensic Psychology and Criminal Justice Bachelor of Science in Forensic Psychology and Criminal Justice Diploma of Higher Education in Forensic Psychology and Criminal Justice Certificate of Higher Education in Forensic Psychology and Criminal Justice For information about awards, see Level 6 Potential Awards on completion Bachelor of Science with Honours Core Option Award Requirements

6 6003PSYSCI FORENSIC 6002LAWLT GENDER, SEXUALITY AND THE LAW 6006LAWCJ CRIMES OF THE POWERFUL 6007LAWCJ VICTIMOLOGY 6013PSYSCI IN EDUCATION 6014PSYSCI APPETITIVE BEHAVIOUR: PLEASURE & REWARD 6016LAWPL CRIME AND SECURITY IN THE EU 6017PSYSCI SUBSTANCE USE: THEORETICAL, PSYCHOLOGICAL AND APPLIED PERSPECTIVES 6019PSYSCI POSITIVE 6500LAWEU EUROPEAN SOCIO-LEGAL STUDIES 6000LAWCJ COMMUNITY PENALTIES AND PROBATION 6001LAWCJ PRISONS 6002LAWCJ POLICING 6003LAWCJ YOUTH JUSTICE 6004LAWCJ WORK BASED PROJECT 6005LAWCJ DISSERTATION 6002LAWPL SEX, CRIME AND SOCIETY 6002PSYSCI OCCUPATIONAL 6006PSYSCI APPLIED HEALTH 6011PSYSCI COGNITIVE NEUROSCIENCE 24 core credits at level 6 96 option credits at level 6 0 elective credits at level 6 Level 5 Potential Awards on completion Core Option Award Requirements 5012LAWCJ CRIMINOLOGICAL THEORY 5101PSYSCI BIOLOGICAL, COGNITIVE AND DEVELOPMENTAL 5102PSYSCI SOCIAL & INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES 5007LAWCJ PUNISHMENT AND SENTENCING: THEORY, PROCESS AND PRACTICE 5000PSYSCI RESEARCH METHODS AND STATISTICS IN II Level 4 Potential Awards on completion 120 core credits at level 5 0 option credits at level 5 0 elective credits at level 5 Core Option Award Requirements 4011LAWCJ CRIMINAL JUSTICE AND CRIMINOLOGY: AN INTRODUCTION 4012LAWCJ, CRIME AND LAW 4102PSYSCI RESEARCH METHODS AND STATISTICS IN I 4103PSYSCI DEVELOPMENTAL AND SOCIAL 4104PSYSCI LEARNING, COGNITIVE AND BIOLOGICAL 120 core credits at level 4 0 option credits at level 4 0 elective credits at level 4

7 11 Opportunities for work-related learning ( location and nature of activities) Work Related Learning will be in Level 6 core module, 6003PSYSCI Forensic Psychology. Students have direct contact with prison psychology service. Also, in the Level 6 'either/or' core modules 6005LAWCJ Dissertation and 6004LAWCJ Work-Based Project, students will study independently and will be able to have contact with a range of criminal justice agencies. 12 Criteria for admission A/AS Level 320 UCAS Tariff points from a minimum of 2 A2s BTEC National Diploma BTEC Extended Diploma-320 UCAS Tariff points Irish Leaving Certificate 320 UCAS Tariff points including 5 Highers Scottish Higher Scottish Advanced Higher UCAS Tariff points- acceptable on its own and with other qualifications. International Baccalaureate 33 points from the IB Diploma Access Access to HE Diploma in a relevant subject. Of the level 3 units, at least half should be at Distinction level. Other Five GCSEs (Grade C or above) required, including English and Mathematics. Equivalent qualifications may be accepted Mature entry Mature, non standard applicants providing evidence of ability to undertake the Programme will be interviewed by the Admissions Tutor Overseas qualifications Overseas applicants will be considered in line with normal entry requirements. Any applicant whose first language is not English will be required to have IELTS 6.0 (with no less than 5.5 in any component) or acceptable equivalent. 13 Information about assessment regulations All programmes leading to LJMU awards operate within the University's Academic Framework. Full details are available from: A programme operating within the Framework may be unable to comply with all the requirements of the Framework. In these circumstances the programme team may apply to the Academic Planning Panel for a programme variance which will be considered against agreed criteria that the variance is a nationally published condition of an accrediting / professional body, without which the programme could not be accredited. 14 Indicators of quality: Research Assessment Exercise Several members of staff teaching on the Psychology and Criminal Justice elements of the programme have submitted work for consideration as part of the current Research Excellence Framework exercise. Institutional audit outcomes The University is subject to Institutional Review by the Quality Assurance Agency on a 6 year cycle. A published review report is then available on the QAA web site: 15 Support for students and their learning Induction programme Student handbook and module guides Personal tutors in each School Research Methods in Psychology module at Level 4, and Psychology, Crime and Law module at Level 4 which includes World of Work Bronze assessment Counselling and Disability services Careers and World of Work service

8 24 hour Library 24 hour use of IT facilities including internet access Student Open door policy of all academic staff Work based learning unit 16 Methods for evaluating and improving the quality and standards of teaching and learning British Psychological Society (Five-yearly accreditation) The Role of the External Examiner External examiners approved by the University are appointed to cover whole programmes or clusters of modules within programmes. The role of the external examiner is to provide informative comment and recommendations upon whether or not: - the University is maintaining the threshold academic standards set for awards in accordance with the frameworks for higher education qualifications and applicable subject benchmark statements - the assessment process measures student achievement rigorously and fairly against the intended outcomes of the programme(s) and is conducted in line with the University policies and regulations - the academic standards are comparable with those in other UK higher education institutions of which external examiners have experience - the achievement of students are comparable with those in other UK higher education institutions of which the external examiners have experience and to provide informative comment and recommendations on: - good practice and innovation relating to learning, teaching and assessment observed by external examiners - opportunities to enhance the quality of the learning opportunities provided to students. Subject standards for all taught programmes of study are specified using an outcome based learning model. Attainment is measured against the standard and individual student performance is moderated at assessment boards. This involves both internal moderation (by LJMU staff and/or partner institution staff) and external moderation (by External Examiners). Internal annual programme self-assessment is informed by broad ranging student feedback, external examiners and academic staff who conduct module review. External quality assessment by Professional Statutory Regulatory Bodies and the Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education confirms that standards are set at the appropriate level and that quality of learning opportunities are subject to continuing improvement. The quality of teaching is assured through staff review and staff development in learning, teaching and assessment. Designated committees have responsibility for the oversight of processes wherein quality and standards are evaluated and improved. Please note: This specification provides a concise summary of the main features of the programme and the learning outcomes that a typical student might reasonably be expected to achieve and demonstrate if he/she takes full advantage of the learning opportunities that are provided. More detailed information on the learning outcomes, content, teaching, learning and assessment methods of each module can be found in the student module guide and course handbook. The accuracy of the information contained in this document is reviewed by the University and may be checked by the Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education. 17 Key sources of information about the course can be found in: Further details may be obtained from a series of handbooks for students that together provide comprehensive information. Detailed programme information is contained in definitive documentation for the programme. The Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) is increasingly used to provide module specific information. 18 Progress Files Increasingly, academic guidance is provided within a framework of personal development planning linked to progress review.

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