Criminology and Criminal Justice
Discover the nature and causes of crime and criminal behaviour and gain an understanding of the criminal justice system by studying Criminology and Criminal Justice at USQ.
Elect to study topics you’re passionate about including crime and the media, youth and juvenile justice, victimology, investigating crime, domestic and family violence, and green criminology.
- Network with industry professionals to interact and obtain insight from current practitioners to explore options for gaining entry/experience in your field of interest.
- By studying Criminology and Criminal Justice at USQ you will develop your problem solving capabilities, critical analysis skills, communication skills, and cultural sensitivities, which are some of the most desirable skills required by employers today.
- As many careers within the criminal justice sector do not require a bachelor degree qualification, studying an Associate Degree of Criminology and Criminal Justice at USQ gives you a competitive edge in pursuing a career within the criminal justice system or associated agencies.