The Bachelor of Criminal Justice and Criminology equips you with the practical and analytical skills needed in our rapidly changing world. Given shifting perceptions of crimes and social inequities, this program interrogates profiles, patterns, and trends and public and media influence on policy in how states respond; and situates crime events involving offenders, victims, and communities within cultural and historical contexts. It provides you with the knowledge and industry-facing practise that will help lead cultural and systemic change across a wide range of justice-oriented organisations.
The program encompasses theoretical and practical aspects of current and anticipated opportunities in the criminal justice workforce to gain a competitive advantage in employability outcomes. Subjects include criminal justice, cybercrime, criminal law, explanations for crime, miscarriages of justice, and crime prevention. You will be prepared for career options in justice-related positions across private, government, and not-for-profit agencies aligned with professional roles in the support, policy, and research sectors. For more course information, visit the Bachelor of Criminal Justice and Criminology at Bond Uni.