Criminology provides students with a theoretical and practical understanding of crime, including causes of crime and different techniques used to control crime, within the broader context of the criminal justice system. Criminology aims to develop specific knowledge in various crime types, including street crime, crimes in the home, serious and organised crime, transnational crime and terrorism, and key topic areas such as victims of crime, media representations of crime, surveillance and privacy, policing and security; and theoretical and practical skills in understanding and responding to crime problems.Read More
Burwood (Melbourne), Waurn Ponds (Geelong), Online
Promising career opportunities await in both the public and private sector, state and federal police, intelligence agencies and a range of law enforcement, anti-corruption and crime prevention agencies at federal, state and local government, correctional services, community services and private security industries.
- To complete a Major sequence in Criminology select eight (8) credit points as outlined below;
- To complete a Minor sequence in Criminology select any four (4) credit points from below, including no more than one (1) credit point at level one, and at least one (1) credit point at level 3.
Complete 6 units from:
Plus 2 units from level 2 or level 3, selected from: