Bachelor of Criminology and Criminal Justice/Bachelor of Laws

UNSW Sydney

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

This dual degree challenges you to understand Australian and international legal systems, the social impact of crime and society’s response to criminal behaviour. You’ll study a comprehensive Law degree with a range of opportunities to gain practical experience in criminal law.

You can undertake an internship at a local court or work on a real case at the Law School’s in-house legal centre. In Criminology you will study contemporary social problems like drug addiction, juvenile justice, offending and victimisation.

Criminology & Criminal Justice/Law is jointly offered by UNSW Law and UNSW Arts & Social Sciences.

Career opportunities exist with criminal justice agencies such as the Attorney-General’s Department, Police, Prisons, Customs, ASIO, Magistrates, District and...

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