Bachelor of Criminology and Justice University of the Sunshine Coast

4.0 out of 5 from 1 review
Ranked #2 in our University Rankings
Bachelor Degree
Sunshine Coast
3.0 years Full-Time
(or Part-Time equivalent)
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Course Description

This program equips you with the knowledge and skills to understand and prevent crime. You will take a 360 degree view of the criminal justice system, its institutions, and how it all fits together. This will involve understanding legal institutions and processes, developing problem solving skills in crime-related issues, and examining fair and effective methods of crime prevention.

The program builds knowledge of the role of the justice system and examines policies impacting on the police, courts, corrections and many allied agencies. You will develop strong analytical skills and be given grounding in relevant ethical issues. Through your electives, you have the opportunity to explore criminal profiling, youth justice, homicide and international justice.

You can find employment pathways in policing and law enforcement, custodial and community corrections, private and public security and intelligence, legal...

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Additional Information

For your final year you can choose from a professional placement or research project, then apply what you’ve learnt and begin to make a difference....

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June 2018
Year completed 2018

Positives: It's very interesting, you learn so many different aspects of criminology and justice that you didn't know about before. It helps to expand your view on many different aspects involving criminology and justice. It is not necessarily a majorly difficult course, because if you are actually interested in criminology t...

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