Honours

CRIM 6814
Theoretical Perspectives of Crime and Justice
Lecturer: AR Phillips
This module is aimed at equipping students with fundamental knowledge, principles and practical application with reference to the theoretical perspectives on crime and justice, focusing on both the African and South African contexts. Furthermore, the module provides specialised knowledge which will contribute to the understanding of criminal behaviour systems, with an emphasis on the practical application and implication of various theoretical approaches in the South African context. These approaches may also be regarded as fundamental in terms of conducting research in the field of Criminology as well as associated disciplines, and for the planning of successful interventions in the domain of conflict reduction and primary prevention.

CRIM 6824
Selected Issues in Criminology
Lecturer: S Khan
The aim of CRIM 6824 is to equip you with fundamental knowledge, theories, principles, practices and policies of selected contemporary Issues in Criminology. This module will aid your understanding of main controversies within criminological discourse on specific issues within the South African context as well as globally.

CRIM 6834
Advanced Victimology
Lecturer: Dr M Cronje
The aim of the CRIM6834 is to equip you with an advanced level of Victimological knowledge of the principles and practices associated with the understanding and assistance of vulnerable individuals, groups and communities both internationally and within the African context. This module will allow for a critical engagement with the “victim” concept, including its development, current perceptions and future advancement through an understanding of the perceptions of victims both in civil society and the criminal justice system. This module also provides insight into the experiences of different vulnerable groups in order to critically analyse their rights, needs and the implementation of available support and empowerment structures aimed at reducing both victim producing events, victim producing cultures, vulnerability as well as secondary and multiple victimisation.

CRIM 6844
Transitional Justice, Human Rights and Development
Lecturer: Prof R Peacock 
Transitional justice is studied as the full range of processes and mechanisms associated with attempts to come to terms with international crimes and the legacy of large-scale human rights violations and abuse of power. Such measures involve judicial and non-judicial mechanisms with differing levels of international involvement in order to serve justice and to achieve accountability, reconciliation, reparations, peace-building and institutional reform.

CRIM 6800
Research: Mini-dissertation
This module contains fundamental knowledge, principles and practical application in the South African context of criminological related research.

Master's

CRIM 8900
Dissertation Criminology (Research Masters)
This qualification will contribute to an in-depth understanding of the processes and techniques associated with empirical enquiry in order to become a specialist in the field of criminology that will enable the exploration of a variety of critical issues relating to deviance, conflict, crime, victimisation, justice and safety in society

Doctoral

CRIM 9100
Thesis Criminology (PhD)
This qualification will enable the creation of original knowledge and specialisation in a specific field of criminology in order to address critical issues relating to deviance, conflict, crime, victimisation, justice and safety in society.


FACULTY CONTACT

T: +27 51 401 2240 or humanities@ufs.ac.za

Postgraduate:
Marizanne Cloete: +27 51 401 2592

Undergraduate:
Katlego Mabulana: +27 51 401 2495
Juanita Hlongwane: +27 51 401 3269

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