Bachelor of Arts (Criminal Justice)

You'd love to be a mentor and a support for others. You want to understand why crime occurs. You'd like to help the people caught up in the criminal justice system. And you want to influence the way communities view crime.

You'd love to be a mentor and a support for others. You want to understand why crime occurs. You'd like to help the people caught up in the criminal justice system. You'll learn why crime rates and types vary in different countries and across remote, regional and urban settings. You'll also learn to evaluate just how effective different crime prevention programs and policies are. We'll share with you the innovative and radical alternatives invented to deal with crime.

    • Case manager officer
    • Court officer
    • Criminal investigator
    • Communications officer
    • Case management officer
    • Public relations officer
    • Criminal investigator
    • Juvenile caseworker

Undergraduate students are assessed competitively on the basis of Australian Year 12, or equivalent overseas school qualifications. Students with post-school qualifications (eg diplomas, advanced diplomas) may be considered for admission with advanced standing or credit (recognition of prior learning). The amount of advanced standing will not normally exceed half of the Federation University Australia program concerned, and must be formally assessed on a case-by-case basis.

Applicants must meet the minimum English Language Requirements for entry into a Federation University Australia program. The English Language Requirement for general programs, such as business, IT and general science, is Academic IELTS Overall score of 6.0, with no band less than 6.0, or equivalent.

Fees are subject to change annually.

  • $23,300 AUD annual tuition fee - commencing 2017

Commences

  • July and February

Course Duration

  • 3 years

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