Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
Monash criminology is internationally renowned for its global focus. It is concerned with crimes and social harms that cause widespread concern including those perpetrated by states and organisations, during war and conflict and in transitional societies. Monash criminologists are researching and producing new empirical and theoretical knowledge, setting the agenda for local, national and international responses to issues of crime that impact large numbers of people. Combine this with an applied, World Top 30 Law degree for a career that will see you making a real difference to the people that need to it.
- Foundations of law
- Litigation and dispute resolution
- Public law and statutory interpretation
- Criminal law 1
- The global crime problem
- The complexity of crime
- plus more
Standard entry requirements
- Year 12 or equivalent
- Prerequisites: Units 3 and 4: study score of at least 35 in English (EAL) or 30 in any other English
Recognised in Australia and many other international jurisdictions. Admission to practise law in Victoria also requires the completion of Practical Legal Training.
Students may apply to transfer to this degree from another undergraduate course once they have completed the equivalent of one full-time year of study and achieved a minimum overall Distinction (70%) average. Entry to Law courses is a competitive process and the actual average required depends on the number and standard of applications received each year.
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If you are intending to practise law outside Australia, you should refer to that country's legal admissions board.