Bachelor of Justice Studies

University of Tasmania - UTas

Student rating (3.9) from 48 reviews
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Overview

Bachelor Honours Degree
Hobart
3.0 years Full-Time
(or Part-Time equivalent)
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Course Description

Imagine working for an international organisation like the United Nations, Amnesty International, Australian Human Rights Commission, and Australian Red Cross, within the Police, Department of Justice or Correctional Services. The Bachelor of Justice Studies is your first step towards a career of improving the criminal justice outcomes for offenders and victims, people and places.
Specialise in Criminology, Police Studies or Social Justice and Human Rights which reflect social change and demand for job ready graduates who seek to apply their learnings to real world problems.
Give yourself every chance to deepen your understanding, gain experience and network through work-integrated learning opportunities, internships and exchange programs in across more than sixty countries.
Engage and learn from the world's leading experts in Criminology, Police and Forensic Studies, Sociology and Politics and International Relations, through a unique course which brings together criminal and social justice.

Delivered by the School of Social Sciences, this course is developed within an applied framework that develops your real world problem solving capabilities which can be applied in local, national, and global employment opportunities. Prepare yourself for criminal and social justice workplaces by learning independently and collaboratively about the theoretical, ethical, and practical issues related to crime and justice.
Majors

A choice of the following majors:
Criminology
Police Studies
Social Justice and Human Rights

A choice of the following minors:
Forensic...

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Careers

The Bachelor of Justice Studies with Honours provides you with a range of diverse skills and knowledge related to criminology, policing, human rights, corrective...

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