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Bachelor of Psychology, Criminology and Justice

Bachelor’s Degree
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  • IELTS Overall Band: 6.0
  • TOEFL Internet Total Score: 70
  • Other Tests: PTE Academic – 52
Course Details

Criminology is a multidisciplinary science that studies various sets of material related to criminal actions such as individual and criminal technology, group activities, and effective rehabilitation methods. Crime degrees explore the public's response to crime, the mechanisms and processes of crime prevention and protection and society's protection against crime. Crime combines ideas from other approaches such as psychology, sociology and law. Studying in Australia, the Psychology field can help you understand a wide range of human behavior and the many ways in which mental health problems take place. Psychology students will combine theory classes with practical work experience and case studies on issues such as trauma, mental disorders, addiction, child development, and current therapies, among others.

If you are studying for a Bachelor of Psychology, Criminology and Justice at Edith Cowan University, you will learn about the causes of crime and the public reaction to the justice system to address them. You will also develop an understanding of people's behavior and the diversity that affects you, which will help you understand how people can get caught up in the criminal justice system. This bachelor's course will provide you with a comprehensive background in psychology, developmental, biological, cognitive, social and organizational psychology. You will learn how to use personality skills and counseling principles to help people with personal, health, social and social difficulties. Also, you will learn about criminal practices and learn how crime can be analyzed and prevented. Crime derives from insights from many fields of study, including psychology, law, sociology, politics, and social work.

Employment opportunities include case management in the criminal justice system, education, rehabilitation, human resource management, administration and mental health, the provision of social services, performing in any job or role that involves understanding and guiding people's behavior, showing empathy and compassion, and demonstrating such analytical skills. client requirements, writing official reports, and maintaining accurate and orderly records; In particular, this double-discipline of psychology, criminology and justice prepares students to work within the criminal justice system, or other post-graduate courses in psychology, criminology, and justice.


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July 2020

3 Years



February 2021

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July 2021

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World Ranking
Source: Times Higher Education World University Ranking 2020
National Ranking
Source: QS Australian Universities Ranking 2020
About Edith Cowan University
University of Birmingham
Edith Cowan University has approximately 8492 international students. 147 China
IELTS is accepted at Edith Cowan University

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