Studying Criminology gives students a wide exposure to diverse issues relating to crime, security, policing and punishment. Our courses aim to produce graduates with a diverse range of abilities.
|Undergraduate (Bachelor) degrees|
|Bachelor of Arts||Course information for:||Local Students||International Students|
|Bachelor of Arts (Honours)||Course information for:||Local Students||International Students|
|Bachelor of Criminology||Course information for:||Local Students||International Students|
|Bachelor of Criminology/Laws||Course information for:||Local Students||International Students|
|Bachelor of Criminology/Psychological Science||Course information for:||Local Students|
|Bachelor of Criminology/Information Technology (IT Security)||Course information for:||Local Students|
|Bachelor of Forensic Science/Criminology||Course information for:||Local Students||International Students|
Why study at Deakin?
Get ready for your new career
Criminology is an engaging field of study with diverse career prospects. Deakin's Criminology programme involves broad fields of study with students covering a considerable breadth and depth of crime and criminal justice issues as well as specialisation in areas such as victimology, media, terrorism, crime prevention, security and surveillance. The elective work placement/internship program gives you invaluable experience working with the local community.
Learn from the best
Deakin's Criminology staff have many years of combined industry experience, and are leaders in their research fields.
Career and Industry
Promising career opportunities await in both the public and private sector, state and federal police, intelligence agencies and a range of law enforcement and anticorruption and crime prevention agencies at Federal, State and Local Government, correctional services, community services, and private security industries.