Associate Degree of Criminal Justice

You’re curious about the criminal mind. Are they born or made?

Associate Degree of Criminal Justice

KEY INFORMATION

National CRICOS Course Code

081563E

Course length

1 year and four months

Fees
Study modes

On-campus in Melbourne, via online delivery, or a combination of both. You will need to have access to a computer and the internet, study mode availability is subject to unit requirements and trimester enrolments.

Intake & start dates
1ST TRIMESTER
Mon 4 Feb 2019
2nd TRIMESTER
Mon 27 May 2019
3rd TRIMESTER
Mon 16 Sep 2019

About this course

Understand criminal behaviour. Lead a successful career in criminal justice.

You’re intrigued by criminal behaviour and want to know more about our justice system. Our Associate Degree of Criminal Justice gives you deep insight into why we think and act the way we do, and the impact our justice system has on people. Learn about criminal psychology, criminal law and procedure, law enforcement and corrections services. 

Gain an understanding of why people commit crimes and the importance of ethics and legal processes. Then graduate with the practical skills to successfully work in the criminal justice system.

Structure

16 UNITS

What you'll learn

Expertise in human behaviour forms the foundation of all our courses including our Associate Degree of Criminal Justice.

Explore with an applied focus:

  • Criminal justice systems (and their relationship to the wider community)
  • An understanding of criminal behaviour, criminal law and social control

See the complete course guide here.

Before Applying

Chat to one of our ACAP course advisors to make sure you’re picking the right course for your goals. Think about funding options, and whether full-time or part-time study suits your commitments. We’ve also got some entry requirements and practical components to complete.

 

Feel free to get in touch with us

1800 061 199

connect@acap.edu.au

Admission Criteria

Meet one of the following criteria:

  • Participate in a screening interview (online or by phone); and

  • Be 21 years or above at the date of commencement; or
  • Completion of a Senior Secondary Certificate of Education (or equivalent); or
  • Completion of a Certificate IV or above (or equivalent); or
  • Admission to an undergraduate degree at an Australian University (or equivalent)

Overseas qualifications must be deemed by ACAP as equivalent to Australian qualifications.