- Become a problem solver and explore the social and psychological factors behind why people commit crime. You’ll learn about society’s responses to crime and many of the factors that challenge whether these responses are effective.
- Delve into forensic and criminal psychology and gain knowledge about the complexities of victimisation.
- Develop a competitive edge for the employment market. Make the most of the flexibility of a USQ’s Arts degree and combine your criminology and criminal justice studies with courses in psychology, legal studies, Indigenous studies, social justice, and many more (similar to a Bachelor of Criminology).
- Discover the intricacies of the relationship between crime, justice and the media or young people and the juvenile justice system.
- Become the subject matter expert with the option of studying the Criminology and Criminal Justice Extended major.
You can progress your study to further specialise with the Bachelor of Arts (Honours).