You apply psychological principles to the field of justice through the study of social justice and social, developmental, cognitive and abnormal psychology. You explore topics that include crimes of violence, environmental criminology, Indigenous justice, official corruption, transnational crime, and forensic psychology. You complete core foundation units then focus on a primary major in either criminology and policing, or policy and politics. Registration as a psychologist requires further study.
This course is covered by the QUT Offer Guarantee and Year 12 Early Offer Scheme.
For more course information, visit Hyperlink=”www.qut.edu.au/study/courses/bachelor-of-behavioural-science-psychology-bachelor-of-justice” target=”_blank”>Bachelor of Behavioural Science (Psychology)/Bachelor of Justice at QUT.