Be empowered with the knowledge and skills to make a lasting impact in the world as a lawyer, legal researcher, criminologist, forensic psychologist, law enforcement officer, youth or community justice worker, or community corrections officer.
Our courses are taught by experienced legal practitioners and criminologists with a focus on practical skills, to give you a real-world understanding of crime, justice and the law for an interesting and rewarding career path.
Study Law and Criminology with the top ranked public university in Queensland for overall experience and student support.*
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Hands-on law degrees
Gain a career advantage with a double degree tailored to your areas of interest.
- Bachelor of Behavioural Science (Psychology) / Bachelor of Criminology and Justice
- Bachelor of Business / Bachelor of Criminology and Justice
- Bachelor of Laws / Bachelor of Arts
- Bachelor of Laws / Bachelor of Business
- Bachelor of Laws / Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting)
- Bachelor of Laws / Bachelor of Criminology and Justice
- Bachelor of Laws / Bachelor of Environmental Management
- Bachelor of Social Work / Bachelor of Criminology and Justice
Add one year for an Honours Degree
These programs are 'End-on honours' which means one year of study, in addition to your bachelor degree. You can apply for a one-year honours program after you have completed a three-year bachelor's degree in Criminology and Justice or related field.
I love knowing how our legal systems impact people, ranging from legislation to our prison systems. I can use my critical thinking skills to apply legal reasoning to a scenario and learn how to adequately research court cases.
Bachelor of Laws/
Bachelor of Criminology student
In a hurry?
Not ready to commit to a 3 year degree?
Gain foundation skills and employment opportunities by graduating with a diploma or undergraduate certificate. While qualifications in their own right, they can also be a pathway to a bachelor and beyond.
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