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Bachelor of Justice StudiesUniversity of Tasmania
Bachelor of Justice Studies
Imagine working for an international organisation like the United Nations, Amnesty International, Australian Human Rights Commission, and Australian Red Cross, within the Police, Department of Justice or Correctional Services. The Bachelor of Justice Studies is your first step towards a career of improving the criminal justice outcomes for offenders and victims, people and places.
- Specialise in Criminology, Police Studies or Social Justice and Human Rights which reflect social change and demand for job ready graduates who seek to apply their learnings to real world problems.
- Give yourself every chance to deepen your understanding, gain experience and network through work-integrated learning opportunities, internships and exchange programs in across more than sixty countries.
- Engage and learn from the world's leading experts in Criminology, Police and Forensic Studies, Sociology and Politics and International Relations, through a unique course which brings together criminal and social justice.
Delivered by the School of Social Sciences, this course is developed within an applied framework that develops your real world problem solving capabilities which can be applied in local, national, and global employment opportunities. Prepare yourself for criminal and social justice workplaces by learning independently and collaboratively about the theoretical, ethical, and practical issues related to crime and justice.
The flexible structure of this degree allows you to tailor course content to suit your own interests. Dive deeper to develop your Justice Studies specialisation, or broaden your learning across other areas of interest with a major (eight units), minor (four units) or individual elective units from across the University of Tasmania.
English Language Requirements
International applicants will be required to provide evidence of their English language ability.
For those applicants who are nationals of and currently residing in a country where English is NOT the official language, evidence of an approved English language test completed within the last two years must be provided.
For more information about admission requirements, please visit the university website
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- Key Concepts in Social Justice
- Human Rights and Global Justice
- Social Inequalities: Global and Local
- War! The Moral and Legal Limits of Political Violence
- Transnational Crime
Scholarships & funding
Several scholarship options are available. Please check the university website for more information.
The Bachelor of Justice Studies provides you with a range of diverse skills and knowledge related to criminology, policing, human rights, corrective services, forensic studies, sociology, social justice, intelligence, risk analysis, and legal studies.
In an environment where government and non-government organisations are now partnering together to combat crime and criminal justice issues, graduates will be prepared for working across a broad range of criminal justice contexts including:
- Administration officer
- Border protection officer
- Child and family service worker
- Child protection worker
- Client service officer
- Community corrections officer
- Corrective services officer
- Court support worker
- Courts administration worker
- Disability support worker
- Drug and alcohol support worker
- Forensic services worker
- Homelessness and housing support worker
- Human rights advocate
- Information officer
- Insurance fraud investigator
- Intelligence analyst
- Mediation case worker
- Policy adviser or analyst
- Probation and parole officer
- Program coordinator
- Public servant
- Refugee support worker
- Security and crime prevention officers
- State and Federal police
- Victim support worker
- Welfare officer
- Youth worker
- Youth advocate
About this institute
University of Tasmania
Tasmania is a place unlike any other. Our island is a living laboratory where environment, industry and society are uniquely connected. With 45% of the island being National Park or World Heritage listed it is a stunning place to get...
Why study at University of Tasmania
Australia ranked #2 study abroad country
Australia has been ranked the #2 study abroad country in the world for 2020! With everything from the tranquility of the Gold Coast beaches to the adventure of the Australian Alps, take a trip “Down Under” and discover why Australia is a great choice for an exceptional study abroad experience.
Tasmania is unique and so are Tasmanians. We believe in our island. We embrace the unusual. And we love imagination.
From our vibrant cities to the stillness of our World Heritage-listed wilderness, our incredible island is a place of contrasts – and we embrace its character in everything we do.
We offer great courses in an extraordinary location, and our teaching is supported by world-leading research, so you know you’re getting direct access to the best expertise. We’re the only university in the state, which means you will get unparalleled access to industry connections through our institution’s partnerships.
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