|Diploma in Criminology and Forensics|
This programme combines the NCFE Certificate in Criminology and NCFE Certificate in Forensic Science. On completion of both courses you will receive 2 NCFE Certificates and a Diploma from CMIT.
Criminology: The aim of this programme is designed for anyone interested in building knowledge of criminology, crime, terrorism - its causes and prevention. The course examines in detail the range of criminal activity together with detection and prevention methods in common use.
Forensic Science: The aim of this self-study course is to provide a comprehensive guide to crime detection and examines in detail a range of techniques used for scientific evaluation of evidence. Forensic Science means any science which is used as evidence in a court of law. It is also taken to mean scientific analysis and comparison used in the detection and investigation of crime.
By choosing to study this course with CMIT, Students have 24x7 access to CMIT eLearning for the duration of the course. This includes a comprehensive Course Manual, Video, Quizzes and personalised Tutor Support. The course documentation for this course is detailed and easy to read. You will also be able to upload assessments online and receive online feedback. You can use the eLearning system from any computer that has internet access.
Unit 1: Introduction to Criminology
Unit 2: Criminal Statistics
Unit 3: The Irish Justice System
Unit 4: Understanding Drugs
Unit 5: Understanding Violence
Unit 6: Understanding Property Crime
Unit 7: Understanding Crime and the Community
Unit 8: Understanding Trans-national and Organised Crime
Unit 9: Understanding High Tech Crime
Unit 10: Understanding Crime Prevention
Unit 11: Understanding Youth Crime
Unit 12: Understanding Anti-Social Behaviour
Unit 13: Introduction to Forensic Psychology
Unit 14: Introduction to Criminal Profiling
Unit 15: The Theories of Terrorism
Forensic Science Course
Unit 1: Introduction to Forensic Science
Unit 2: Crime Scene Investigation (CSI)
Unit 3: Investigation of Computer Evidence
Unit 4: Crime Scene Equipment
Unit 5: Analysis of Crime Scene Evidence
Unit 6: Presentation of Evidence