Worldwide, degrees such as The Science of Harry Potter, Golf Management and Star Trek have been ridiculed, but statistics from the UK’s Higher Education Statistics Agency tell a different story.
Public Sector prisons in England and Wales are managed by Her Majesty's Prison Service (HMPS), which is part of the National Offender Management Service, an executive agency of the United Kingdom government.
There is also a Juvenile Justice Centre, located in Bangor, County Down, which is operated by the Youth Justice Agency.
It is also used as a prison officer training centre.
However, some offenders aged between 15-17 are placed in Young Offender Institutions in certain cases, due to capacity, risk and other factors.
As of 2016, the prison population of the UK (England & Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland combined) is around 86,000, with a total capacity of around 88,000.
But the worst degrees for job prospects are not necessarily the most obscure.
Traditional subjects such as History, French and English Literature are among the least helpful when it comes to employment.