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  • Edith Cowan University

    ECU-CRJ-DEG | Undergraduate

    Understand crime and work towards prevention

    Study the legal system, policing, courts and corrections. Think about justice. Majors, including policing and youth work, enable you to shape your career. Gain real-life experience in a criminal justice agency placement or industry-based project.

  • La Trobe University

    LAT-ART-DEG | Undergraduate

    Pursue your passion and your profession

    A flexible arts degree offering a large selection of humanities and social sciences majors. Mix it up with minors and electives in business, health, and science. Develop critical thinking, emotional intelligence, creativity, and communication skills.

    Available majors

    • Archaeological and Heritage Studies,  
    • Creative and Professional Writing,  
    • Crime, Justice and Legal Studies,  
    • Digital Media,  
    • English,  
    • Hindi Studies Beginners,  
    • History,  
    • Human Geography,  
    • Linguistics,  
    • Philosophy,  
    • Politics,  
    • Psychological Science,  
    • Sociology,  
    • Sustainability and Development,  
    • Visual Cultures,  
    • Agribusiness,  
    • Digital Business,  
    • Enterprise,  
    • Management,  
    • Marketing
  • Edith Cowan University

    ECU-LAW-DEG | Undergraduate

    Legal skills for the courtroom and beyond

    A law degree with options. Elective streams including criminal law and social justice allow you to shape your career path towards a specialisation. Learn beyond the textbooks and gain real life skills through mooting competitions and mentoring programs.

  • University of New England

    UNE-LGS-DEG | Undergraduate

    Study the Australian legal system, laws, and legal processes

    Prepare for a paralegal career in the Australian legal services sector. Build a solid foundation in law and legal professional skills. Follow your interests with topics including property law, the criminal justice system, and environmental law.

  • Charles Sturt University

    CSU-PPS-DEG | Undergraduate

    A policing course co-designed with the NSW Police Force

    Pursue skills and knowledge relevant to policing. Study topics like emergency management and organised crime. Work on professional skills like investigation. Graduate into rewarding careers in policing, corrections, and criminal justice.

  • University of Tasmania

    Available majors

    • Accounting,  
    • Business Economics,  
    • Finance,  
    • Marketing,  
    • Managing People and Organisations
  • University of Tasmania

    TAS-JUS-DEG | Undergraduate

    Pursue what’s right in justice policy and practice

    Work towards a career in social, environmental, or criminal justice systems. Consider laws and ethics beyond national borders. Explore justice concepts and theory. With problem solving skills you’ll be prepared to make changes for a better world.

  • University of the Sunshine Coast

    For careers spanning business, governance, and society

    Study contemporary business fundamentals including management and accounting. Add to that the foundations of the Australian justice system. You’ll pick up practical skills that are valued in both sectors. Safeguard businesses. Know the law. 

  • Southern Cross University

    SCU-LJS-DEG | Undergraduate

    An entry point for professional legal work and the justice sector

    Get to know the Australian legal system. Develop legal reasoning and research skills. This legal degree hones your knowledge and approach to law. Graduate and work in justice and policy, or continue your legal studies towards a Bachelor of Laws.

  • Swinburne University of Technology

    Prepare for a career in foreign affairs and international politics

    Develop global diplomacy skills including conflict resolution and critical thinking, and explore the powers of the United Nations. Through the lens of Australian politics and foreign policy, you’ll study topics including terrorism and human rights.