Bachelor of Criminology and Justice

Abnormal Psychology
Case Management
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Online Study






Shortest full-time duration

2 years

Lowest ATAR


Lowest Selection Rank


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The Bachelor of Criminology and Justice prepares graduates for employment in careers related to the operation and administration of justice. It is delivered in trimester mode, allowing a three year degree to be completed in two years.

Many of the ACAP teaching staff are qualified practitioners in the field. Many units are taught by lawyers, police officers, criminologists, psychologists and other professionals who bring compelling real-life case studies to the classroom. Work placement offers hands-on experience in a selection of organisations and sectors such as Victoria Police, the Department of Justice, in the court system or at law firms, in the community welfare sector or at correctional centres.

With elective units covering a range of areas including law, forensic psychology, policing, terrorism, mental health and youth justice, students are able to complete electives that complement their career aspirations or wider interests. The full course is made up of 24 units.
Graduate career opportunities

Graduates of the course have a qualification that is widely recognised by professional agencies and major employers within various fields. Graduates can gain employment in a range of occupations and develop careers in areas such as policing and law enforcement, investigations, customs, para-legal work, court administration, youth justice, community services, corrections and much more.

Course fees

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