Study justice

If you want a career that can make a positive difference, our justice degree prepares you for a career in policing, intelligence, the justice profession, policy or government.

Why study justice at QUT?

  • Study for a career in policy, governance, law enforcement, military services, government and private sector intelligence and security agencies, crime prevention agencies, and criminal and social justice policy agencies.
  • Choose to study full-time or part-time, on campus or online, or choose a combination of delivery options for flexible study.
  • Combine your studies in criminology, policing, policy and governance with law or psychology, forensic science, management or Indigenous knowledges.

Connect with industry

Our justice courses are updated regularly to match industry needs.

We help our students make industry connections through industry placements and our career mentor scheme. Our students have:

  • worked with corrections departments in the Northern Territory
  • completed a project in the Office of the State Coroner
  • gained experience in the Office of the Information Commissioner.

Many placements are funded to cover flights and other expenses.

Learn from the best

Our staff are highly qualified, internationally renowned academics and expert teachers with current industry knowledge and connections. Learn from experienced experts from policy, governance, criminology and intelligence across multiple industries.

Industry relevance

Our new Graduate Certificate in Policy and Governance has been designed in consultation with the Queensland Public Service Commission (QPSC) and is the only university course designed to teach the skills QPSC identify as essential to work in policy across all levels of government.

Flexible study

We're committed to offering flexible delivery of our courses, and the learning materials for all of our bachelor courses are available online.

We also offer our postgraduate coursework programs completely online.

Access specialised legal resources

Our QUT Law Library provides specialised legal information resources and learning support for students studying law and justice. Located in the Law building, the Law Library has an extensive range of resources and study spaces. You'll also have on-site access to staff and law student peer advisers for help and support.

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Contacts

Law

Faculty office

  • Level 4, C Block
    Gardens Point
    2 George St
    Brisbane
  • Postal address:
    Faculty of Law
    GPO Box 2434
    Brisbane QLD 4001

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