Bachelor of Criminology Western Sydney University - WSU

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

Explore the worlds of criminology and crime. This degree gives you a fascinating insight into our criminal justice institutions and practices, victimisation, crime prevention strategies and debates, juvenile justice, prisons and different forms of punishment.

You will learn about law enforcement and surveillance, violence, gender and crime, restorative and international criminal justice, cultural depictions of crime and contemporary debates in criminology.

Discover careers in the police force, corrective services and the criminal and community justice systems. Explore the worlds of criminology and crime and how they affect society.

Emerge with the specialist skills and knowledge to make a difference in the world. Be a force for good.


You can even do a sub-major in things like Child and Community Studies, Geography and Urban Studies, Heritage & Tourism, Peace & Development Studies,...

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Community development worker, Police officer, Casework and case management, Correctional officer, Youth worker, Policy development


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February 2018
Year completed 2019

Deciding to study Criminology is one of my greatest choices in life. It has broadened by understanding of human behaviour. Criminology has taught me that there is so much more to life than black and white.

I have discovered the enriched nature of society, culture and the individuals within. I dont think I have one negativ...

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