Flinders University recognises international secondary schooling for direct entry to undergraduate programs.
English language requirements
Gain a broad understanding of criminological theory and its applications in criminal justice contexts. You will have the opportunity to learn from world-class researchers in such areas as transnational crime, policing and security, organised crime, cybercrime, terrorism, corrections and corruption. Learn to apply your knowledge and skills in professional settings and to succeed within this growing field.
What you will study
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Flinders Criminology graduates have enjoyed wide choice of careers and diverse employment trajectories in Australia and overseas. Many, for example, move into employment within the wide range of operational services associated with criminal justice system.
Others work across various support and welfare services that are crucial to positive justice outcomes for offenders, victims and other vested interests. Elsewhere, Flinders Criminology graduates have applied their knowledge and skills across a range of research, policy-making, teaching and training outlets - obtaining employment through governments, universities and in other educational contexts.
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Level of Study Bachelor Degree
Duration 3 years
CRICOS Course Code 092879E
English Requirements IELTS Score UG 6
Annual Tuition AUD$32,600.00
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