Criminology Courses

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 Charles Sturt UniversityBachelor of Criminal Justice

The Bachelor of Criminal Justice course offered by CSU gives you the expertise to forge a career in criminal justice.

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 UniSA OnlineBachelor of Criminal Justice

Gain a sound understanding of the criminal justice system and do your part to help keep our community safe when you undertake an online Bachelor of Criminal Justice led by UniSA Online. 

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 Edith Cowan UniversityBachelor of Criminology and Justice

The Bachelor of Criminology and Justice provides students with a comprehensive understanding of the nature of criminology and justice and the legal, political, psychological and sociological concepts involved.

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 Swinburne OnlineBachelor of Social Science With a Major in Criminology

Study this Bachelor of Social Science With a Major in Criminology course and delve into the motivations and psychology behind criminal activity.

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  • About Criminology

    Criminology courses offer a window into a fascinating field that encompasses the study of crime, responses to crime and crime prevention strategies. You can choose from a number of degree programs, including a Bachelor of Criminology and Criminal Justice, a double Bachelor of Criminology/Bachelor of Laws degree or a Master of Forensic Mental Health. Best of all, you can choose to study many criminology courses online, allowing you the flexibility of studying when and where you want.

    If you have a strong sense of social justice and are looking for a job with meaning, the study of crime and criminal justice may be a good direction for you. Depending on the career path you wish to explore, you could find yourself studying exciting courses in criminal psychology, forensic science or pathology, criminal justice, social science or forensic mental health.

    A criminology degree can lead you to jobs in government, correctional services, policing, social work, intelligence and policymaking.

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    Criminology Careers

    In a broad sense, criminology is the study of crime, criminals, their behaviour, and society’s definition of, and response to, crime and crime prevention, as well as how we treat criminals via corrections.

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