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Bachelor of Criminology/Bachelor of Laws University of New England

5.0 out of 5 from 1 review
Bachelor Degree
Armidale
5.0 years Full-Time
(or Part-Time equivalent)
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Course Description

This double degree provides you with the flexibility to either pursue a purely legal career as a practitioner, or to build a successful career in criminology, drawing on your legal skills and knowledge. The law component includes compulsory fundamental units such as legal systems and method, criminal law, contracts, torts, property law, equity and constitutional law. The criminology component draws upon criminology, forensic archaeology, anthropology, and forensic science, sociology of deviance, law and criminal justice studies.
Careers

The Bachelor of Criminology is an interdisciplinary degree that may lead to a career in policy advice and development; policing and corrections; crime prevention;...

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Average ratings for Bachelor of Criminology/Bachelor of Laws University of New England based on 1 review
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Student Reviews

April 2018
Year completed 2019

Positives: - strong support from the law school
- genuinely interesting
- creates strong post graduate opportunities

Negatives: - A Trimester system makes time constraints hard

My advice to future students is: Be organised and get involved in everything you can on campus

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