Bachelor of Criminology and Justice Navitas Professional

4.0 out of 5 from 1 review
Bachelor Degree
Melbourne
2.0 years Full-Time
(or Part-Time equivalent)
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Course Description

Criminal justice covers a broad range of topics, such as criminology, criminal psychology, criminal law and procedure, law enforcement, corrections and justice related issues. In this course you’ll receive a comprehensive, theoretical education in each of these areas – from learning why people commit crimes to understanding the importance of ethics and legal processes.

Students graduating from NCPS will have the ability to apply theoretical understanding to practical situations in the administration of criminal justice. Students will learn about criminal justice systems and their relationship to the wider community while gaining an understanding of criminal behaviour, criminal law and social control.
Careers

policing and law enforcement, investigations, customs, para-legal work, court administration, youth justice, community services and corrections

Additional Information

The Criminal Justice degree may also be used to transition into other university courses such as law, forensics, counter terrorism, criminology and...

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Average ratings for Bachelor of Criminology and Justice Navitas Professional based on 1 review
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Student Reviews

February 2018
Year completed 2016

Bachelor of Criminal Justice and Criminology - Navitas College of Public Safety is a great academic institution. I loved being a student there and am pleased to have graduated from my degree.

However criticisms of this college is that they don't excel in flexibility class times via online portals are essential which is ra...

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