Bachelor of Criminology 36 months Undergraduate Program By The University of Adelaide |Top Universities
Program Duration

36 monthsProgram duration

Tuitionfee

37,500 AUDTuition Fee/year

Application Deadline

09 Oct, 2023Application Deadline

Scholarship

YesScholarships

Program overview

Main Subject

Criminology

Degree

Other

Study Level

Undergraduate

Study Mode

On Campus

Criminology is the study of crime and deviance – seeking to understand the causes of crime, the extent and consequences of crime, as well as methods of crime prevention.

Our Bachelor of Criminology prepares you to think critically about crime and the criminal justice sector, as you:

  • examine criminal and anti-social behaviour
  • debate the causes and consequences of crime
  • investigate policing and crime prevention techniques
  • question justice and corrections systems
  • learn how to conduct research on emerging threats, such as cybercrime, organised crime, and terrorism.
Criminology graduates are empowered to pursue a wide range of different employment opportunities. You may choose to work in an operational role in the criminal justice system, or within one of the critical external organisations supporting the sector. You may follow a path into other professional settings, such as policy-making, research, analysis or education. You could combine your degree in criminology with other degrees, majors or minors, to pursue a career in law, forensics or psychology, amongst others.

Program overview

Main Subject

Criminology

Degree

Other

Study Level

Undergraduate

Study Mode

On Campus

Criminology is the study of crime and deviance – seeking to understand the causes of crime, the extent and consequences of crime, as well as methods of crime prevention.

Our Bachelor of Criminology prepares you to think critically about crime and the criminal justice sector, as you:

  • examine criminal and anti-social behaviour
  • debate the causes and consequences of crime
  • investigate policing and crime prevention techniques
  • question justice and corrections systems
  • learn how to conduct research on emerging threats, such as cybercrime, organised crime, and terrorism.
Criminology graduates are empowered to pursue a wide range of different employment opportunities. You may choose to work in an operational role in the criminal justice system, or within one of the critical external organisations supporting the sector. You may follow a path into other professional settings, such as policy-making, research, analysis or education. You could combine your degree in criminology with other degrees, majors or minors, to pursue a career in law, forensics or psychology, amongst others.

Admission requirements

Undergraduate

1200+
7+
7+
70+
25+
79+
58+
6.5+
176+
Please refer to the website for additional entry requirements.
09 Oct 2023
3 Years
Feb
Jul

Tuition fee and scholarships

Domestic Students

11,225 AUD
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International Students

37,500 AUD
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