Bachelor of Policing and Justice
Help to make sense of the unexplainable for those who seek justice.

KEY INFORMATION

National CRICOS Course Code
097105M
Course length
3 years full time (or part-time equivalent) or fast-track your study to complete the degree in 2 years

INTAKES AND START DATES

1ST TRIMESTER
Monday 5 February 2018
2nd TRIMESTER
Monday 28 May 2018
3rd TRIMESTER
Monday 17 September 2018

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.

About this course

Understand criminal behaviour. Lead a successful career in law enforcement.

You want to do your part in keeping our society safe, by understanding the justice system inside and out. Our Bachelor of Policing and Justice gives you deep insight into why we behave the way we do, and the effect today’s justice system has on society. 

Gain the practical skills and strategies to successfully work in policing and contemporary law enforcement, including state and federal police services, security services, intelligence agencies and private agencies.

Structure

This course is comprised of a number of core units. Core units are compulsory 

subjects required to complete your degree. 

There are no elective units available for this degree.

24

UNITS

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
info.acap@navitas.com
Admission Criteria
Meet the following criteria:
  • ATAR – this is an academic course therefore the ATAR is important, however no clearly-in ATAR has been established.
  • A study score of at least 25 in units 3 and 4 of English (any)
  • Results from individual subjects; Legal Studies and Psychology, if undertaken in Year 12.
  • VTAC or direct Personal Statement

 OR

  •  Be aged 21 years or over, and
  • Any tertiary courses, complete or incomplete (in this case a tertiary course means a Diploma level course or above), including results received in the completed subjects;
  • Results of the STAT (Special Tertiary Admissions Test) multiple choice test;
  • Information contained in a SEAS (Special Entry Access Scheme) application (if applying through VTAC)
  • Relevant work and/or life experience.

 

International student IELTS requirement: Academic IELTS minimum overall score of 6.5 with no sub-score less than 6.0 completed in the last two years (or equivalent).

What you'll learn

Expertise in human behaviour forms the foundation of all our courses including our Bachelor of Policing and Justice.

Explore with an applied focus subjects specific to Australian policing, plus:

  • Criminology
  • Organised crime
  • Sentencing
  • Terrorism
  • Policing in LGBTQI communities
  • Federal criminal law
  • Mental health in policing

See the complete course guide here.

The practical component was definitely the selling point for me. I love the method of group work and discussion in class. It helps us to understand the concepts better.

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Your Career Pathways

LIFE CHANGING JUSTICE

Gain the right experience to work in the State police, Federal police, Protective and security services, Intelligence agencies and Sheriff’s offices.  

Career Advancement

For those of you looking to advance your career this degree will help take a step toward progressing your career to more senior roles with more responsibility and autonomy, as well as specialty areas within the justice sector.

 

Note: Australia’s state police forces have specific recruitment processes. Obtaining a Bachelor of Policing and Justice does not guarantee entry into a police force, intelligence agency or any other agency or organisation. Students pursuing entry to the Police service should also familiarise themselves with the selection and recruitment processes of such agencies.

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