Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
This course is a broad-based social science degree examining crime, the criminal justice system and related social issues. All the specialised knowledge and skills necessary for a career in the highly demanding criminal justice system are taught in this course. This course focuses on the causes of crime and societys response to crime. It will provide a well-rounded perspective on the various arms of the justice system and the relationships between them. Students will graduate with a professional qualification in the field of Criminology and Criminal Justice.
- 24 units: 8 units at first year level in Criminology and Criminal Justice
- 4 compulsory Criminology and Criminal Justice units
- 8 units from the Criminal Justice Major
- 4 electives. At least 8 units must be Griffith University units, studied at second or third year level
- 4 units in the degree must be at third year level
- No more than 12 units at first year level.
- Criminology and criminal justice
Standard entry requirements
There are no educational prerequisites, no limits on numbers and no requirements to attend lectures
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