Established in 1990, the Navitas College of Public Safety (NCPS) is an Australian owned higher education provider offering degrees in Criminology, and Policing. NCPS is part of the Navitas Group.
Our degrees are delivered in trimester mode (three teaching periods per year) so students can complete their degree after two years of successful full-time study and enter the workforce earlier. Many of the NCPS teaching staff are qualified practitioners in the field, who bring their own work experience to their teaching and pass on not only the latest information but also real life examples. This means some classes will be taught by lawyers, police officers, criminologists, psychologists and other professionals.
The College includes a work placement in the Bachelor of Criminology and Justice so that students have the chance to practise skills in a work environment, meet professionals working in the industry and gain experience before graduation.
The Melbourne campus is easily accessible by public transport and a short walk from cafes, shopping districts and entertainment venues. Students have the option to study online, on campus or a combination of both. The NCPS campus is a fully equipped educational facility. It features a number of teaching rooms, student lounges, a well-equipped computer lab and wireless broadband internet throughout the campus.
Eligible students can access FEE-HELP to assist with deferring payment for their studies.
Provider CRICOS: 01328A
Entry requirements for Navitas College of Public Safety
NCPS has general requirements of entry which applicants are required to meet in order to demonstrate their capacity to successfully complete the course. Current Year 12 prerequisites include a study score of at least 25 in units 3 and 4 of English (any).
Transfering your previous study credits
Non-Year 12 applicants may be granted exemptions from some subjects in the course because of subjects completed at another tertiary institution. Each application for credit will be considered on its merits by the Course Coordinator after enrolment. The subjects being considered must be part of a diploma level or above course and must be part of an accredited course in the same field of study as the one in which credit is being sought. Credit will not be granted for relevant life/work experience and no more than 50% of the enrolled course will be exempted.