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Criminology Careers

If you’ve got a strong desire to understand why crime occurs and help make society a safer place, criminology could be a fascinating and worthwhile career move.

Being a criminologist means understanding the causes, nature and consequences of crime, and that involves having knowledge of a wide range of subject areas, from mental health to behavioural psychology, forensic science and law.

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  • Forensic Mental Health Legislation and Policies

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    Forensic Mental Health Legislation and Policies is an online unit provided by Griffith University, which provides a detailed analysis of the legislation and policies that affect forensic mental health in Queensland.
  • Research, Evaluation and Policy Analysis

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    Research, Evaluation and Policy Analysis examines how social science research methodology can be used to further understanding of criminology and criminal justice issues.
  • Race, Crime and Justice

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    Critically examine contemporary issues of ethnicity in the criminal justice system with this online Race, Crime and Justice unit from Griffith University.
  • Bachelor of Science (Cyber Forensics and Information Security)

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    A Bachelor of Science (Cyber Forensics and Information Security) course, studied online or on campus, puts graduates at the cutting edge of information security investigation and management.

  • Bachelor of Criminology/Bachelor of Laws

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    The Bachelor of Criminology/Bachelor of Laws course gives you the qualification to practice law and detailed knowledge of crime to improve your legal expertise and employment options.

  • Sociology of Crime

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    Gain a deeper understanding of major crimes in the 19th, 20th and early 21st century with this online Sociology of Crime unit from Griffith University.

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