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Our courses offer the right balance of practical knowledge and academic excellence and a wide range of study options.
Indicative tuition fees provided are estimates based on information available to Edith Cowan University at the time of their calculation and are presented as a guide for comparative purposes only. The fees which are ultimately applicable are subject to change. ECU makes no representations or warranties in relation to the reliability of these estimates or the methodologies used for their calculations.
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International: AUD $24,000.00
You are an International Full Fee Paying student if you do not hold Australian or New Zealand citizenship, Australian permanent resident status or a Permanent Humanitarian Visa.
You may have a choice in the units you enrol in and this may change the cost. Tuition fees also change each year and you will be charged the unit price for the current year in which you are enrolled in the unit.
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This course is recommended for students with an interest in criminology, social justice and the justice system. It provides a comprehensive understanding of the nature of criminology and justice and the principal disciplines of law, political science, psychology and sociology, which inform criminological and justice related issues.
The course adopts a contemporary international approach to criminology and justice education and seeks to develop well-educated practitioners. Students gain a significant background in the contemporary theory and research that informs criminology and justice professions.
Students examine the nature of crime and social control, as well as a broad range of areas in the domain of justice, including policing, courts, law, corrections, family law and alternative dispute resolution. They also develop professional skills required for employment in criminology and justice, including Indigenous cultural responsiveness. This approach prepares students for positions of future leadership.
Police Officer, Community Corrections Officer, Parole Officer, Youth Justice Officer, Prison Officer, Research & Policy Officer, Family/Juvenile Counsellor, Family Law Case Worker, Child Protection Case Worker, Customs Officer, Security Officer
Students interested in progressing further in this area can elect to study the Bachelor of Criminology and Justice Honours.
Laws / Criminology & Justice double degree also available in this discipline.
This course is available for on-campus study by students with an International student visa.