Bachelor of Justice and Society/Bachelor of Laws and Legal Practice Flinders University

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Bachelor Degree
5.5 years Full-Time
(or Part-Time equivalent)
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Course Description

The combined degrees program of Bachelor of Laws and Legal Practice/Bachelor of Justice and Society (Criminology) requires the completion of a minimum of 189 units of study and a Bachelor of Justice and Society (Criminology)/Bachelor of Laws a minimum of 171 units.

The Bachelor of Laws and Legal Practice provides you with professional legal skills you need to lead.

As society faces critical challenges, the law has never mattered more. The certainty of law brings hope to the disadvantaged, confidence to commercial ventures, rigour to politics and solid operating functions to organisations.

A Flinders Law degree will empower you with the knowledge and skills needed to effect meaningful change and become a legally literate leader - wherever your career takes you.

The Bachelor of Criminology gives you a broad understanding of criminological theory and its applications in criminal justice contexts.

You will have the opportunity to learn from world-class researchers in such areas as transnational crime, policing and security, organised crime, cybercrime, terrorism, corrections and corruption.

With a Flinders Criminology degree you will learn to apply your knowledge and skills in professional settings, and succeed within this growing field.

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February 2018
Year completed 2022

The course itself is very interesting and engages with a lot of practical class activities and scenarios. The workshops are great because you get to interact with other people in smaller sessions, being able to debate on topics/issues whilst hearing different perspectives. It is a great and fun learning environment because of...

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