The Bachelor of Criminology provides a multidisciplinary education in the field of criminology. Through this course, you will integrate insights from sociology, philosophy, social theory, politics, psychology and other relevant disciplines to solve problems of crime, violence and conflict in society.
Graduate with the skills and knowledge needed for a career as a criminologist along with the ability to provide objective research and advice at all levels of policy-making, from an evaluation of extensive government crime control initiatives through to proposals for local community anti-violence programs.
Crime, criminology, human behaviour, philosophy, politics, psychology, social theory, sociology.
Criminologist, criminal justice, police, customs, correction services.
English Standard (Band 2).
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