Australian National University
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The Bachelor of Criminology addresses the causes, politics and management of criminality from a range of disciplinary perspectives. You will develop an understanding of a range of issues in contemporary criminology including definitions and representations of crime, the complex social, political, and individual factors that underpin criminal activity, the operation of the criminal justice system. We offer courses on policing, the courts, prisons and punishment, organised crime, transnational crime, drugs and crime, young people and crime and more. The Bachelor of Criminology also has a strong focus on empirical methods and debates. This provides our graduates with valuable skills that translate across many career paths.
This degree draws attention to the social dimensions of crime and deviancy and assesses the effectiveness and implications of crime control measures.
Policy, consultancy, specialist roles in government and non-government organisations in the fields of intelligence, surveillance, policing, crime control technologies, the criminal justice system, understanding offenders, illegal drug taking and offending, anti-corruption strategies, causes and effects of genocide, terrorism.
The Australian Government pays part of the tuition fee for this course. The remaining balance is paid by the student. Information about ANU student contributions.
Co-curricular or service experience (Year 12 or IB applicants only): Applicants must demonstrate at least two of the following seven skills: community engagement, inclusion and awareness of diversity, communication, leadership, personal responsibility, teamwork, creative and critical thinking. Check if you meet the ANU co-curricular or service requirement.
Minimum selection rank: 80.00. Due to the competitive nature of our admissions process, we cannot guarantee entry to applicants who meet the minimum selection rank for their preferred program.
Also refer to the ANU general admission criteria.
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