CSU's Bachelor of Social Science (Criminal Justice) course is designed to enhance the knowledge and professional capacities of people involved in occupations related to criminal justice and social justice.
Charles Sturt University's Bachelor of Social Science (Criminal Justice) course contains a core of vocationally relevant subjects which will enhance the knowledge and professional capacities of people involved in occupations related to the operation and administration of criminal justice and social justice.
The Bachelor of Social Science (Criminal Justice) is a nationally accredited and registered award in tertiary education.
As a result of the integration of field work placements into the course, students gain an important introduction to diverse professional environments.
To graduate, students must satisfactorily complete 192 points.
To study this course, you will need to indicate your likelihood of success through previous studies and other attainments and experience.
When weighing up the costs of study, consider the benefits of having the qualification you need to achieve your personal and professional goals.
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CSU provides a range of laboratory, exercise testing and sporting facilities to ensure you are experienced using the equipment and techniques found in the workplace.
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