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  • Griffith University

    Qualified criminology practitioners are in demand nationally

    Examine crime and its causes, society’s response and related social issues. Qualify for a career in the demanding criminal justice system in policing, corrections, security, regulatory law enforcement, crime prevention and customs

    Available majors

    • Criminal Justice
  • University of New England

    UNE-LLB-DEG | Undergraduate

    A quality law degree for anybody and everybody

    If you’re passionate about the legal system, or looking for a start to your legal career, this law degree is open to everyone—no matter your background or school marks. Understand Australian law, conduct legal research, and communicate with persuasion.

  • Charles Sturt University

    CSU-LAW-DEG | Undergraduate

    A fully-registered foundation qualification in law

    Take your first steps towards a future in law. Get an introduction to the Australian legal system before specialising in subjects that interest you. Upon completion of further study, you may become a lawyer in Australia. 

  • Murdoch University

    Protect our world against threats

    You’ll cover terrorism, political violence, crimes that have effects across national borders, global poverty and even climate change. Learn how to combat situations in the short-term and use prevention longer-term.

  • Griffith University

    GRF-ART-DEG | Undergraduate

    Innovators, communicators and creators start here!

    Develop the analytical and critical thinking, writing, research and project management skills in demand by a variety of industries. Majors include criminal justice, journalism, sociology, history, screen culture, creative writing and public relations.

    Available majors

    • Art History,  
    • Creative Writing,  
    • Criminal Justice,  
    • History,  
    • Journalism,  
    • Literature,  
    • Public Relations,  
    • Screen and Media Studies,  
    • Sociology
  • Edith Cowan University

    Prepare for a fascinating career in the criminal justice system

    Learn how to use psychology to understand criminal behaviour. Explore the theories of criminology and get to know the major institutions of criminal justice in Australia. Graduate ready for meaningful roles in justice, police, and human services.

  • University of South Australia

    USA-CRJ-DEG | Undergraduate

    Graduate with skills demanded by the criminal justice sector.

    Lock in your understanding of the criminal justice foundations of law enforcement, courts and corrections. Consider social factors and psychology. Explore contemporary issues like cybercrime. Study under experienced academics with industry backgrounds.

  • 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.

  • University of New England

    UNE-CRM-DEG | Undergraduate

    Get hands-on with criminology

    Intrigued by crime shows and podcasts? Carve your future in the field with an inter-disciplinary degree. Cover criminology, forensic science, criminal justice and what leads people to commit crimes. Get hands-on experience in the justice system.

    Available majors

    • Criminal Justice Major,  
    • Justice and Indigenous People Major,  
    • Justice Politics and Society Major,  
    • Policing and Corrections Major
  • University of the Sunshine Coast

    USC-CRJ-DEG | Undergraduate

    Examine crime and crime prevention

    Get to know Australia’s criminal justice system. You’ll study crime, punishment, corrections, and policing. Take a look at crime through a social lens and explore human behaviour. Electives include cyber crime, human rights, and professional placement.