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Course Overview

This subject aims to increase students' awareness and critical understanding of the key concepts and theoretical approaches in the area of crime, justice and punishment. This course highlights the justification for punishment and the consequences of criminalisation and punishment on the individual, community, and state. By understanding the socio-economic and political implications of crime and punishment, students will be able to better appraise the policies and practices in those areas.

Entry Requirements

Applicants applying for modular units which are drawn from existing full diploma or post-diploma programmes will have the same minimum entry requirements as the full qualifications.

 

To find out the minimum entry requirements specific to this modular unit, please click here.

What You'll Learn

  • Key concepts and theoretical approaches in the area of crime, justice and punishment
  • Socio-economic and political implications of crime and punishment 

 

 

Modes of Assessment

 

  • Written Tests
  • Case Studies
  • Assignments and Projects

 

 

Certification

 

Upon successful completion of the modular unit, students will be awarded a Statement of Result, which can count towards the attainment of the following: Diploma in Policing & Security Management.

Course Schedule / Apply

Intake Info Application Period Course Duration

To be confirmed

NA

7.00pm - 10.00pm

(weekday)

Once a week 

Course Fees

Fee Type Course Fees
(w GST)
SME-employed Singapore Citizens & Permanent Residents S$126.32
Singapore Citizens aged 40 & above
S$111.71
Singapore Citizens aged below 40 S$335.12
Singapore Permanent Residents  S$335.12
Others & Repeat Students S$1,117.08

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