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Bachelor of Criminology (BCRIM) in legal studies

Bachelor’s Degree
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English Requirements

  • IELTS Overall Band: 6.5
  • TOEFL Internet Total Score: 93
  • Other Tests: PTE Academic – 65 (Reading & Writing 65, Speaking & Listening 65)
Course Details

If you are interested to study all about law and crime and also legal studies then this degree is the best for your career as you will most likely be studying about the legal theories and their applications in the real world. 

In legal studies you can combine your interest in business law. This area of studies will let you have a deep understanding areas where law is applicable. You will learn a variety of dispute resolution process which include negotiation, conciliation, mediation and arbitration. 

If you have an interest to go in depth and to study all the areas of the law and legal studies then this course subjects will entice you in every depth. You will also be studying about different social groups within the society and how to deal with these legally.

Later once you graduate, you will work as a community correction officer, criminologist, court administrator and any work related to your field. 


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