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Our justice degree allows you to make a difference in a career in policing, intelligence, the justice profession, policy or government.
Our staff are highly qualified experts with extensive industry knowledge and connections across multiple industries and in subjects areas such as policy, governance, criminology and intelligence.
We frequently welcome guest lecturers in many of our units. For example, first-year students taking Forensic Psychology and the Law received lectures from consultants working for the Family Court of Australia, psychologists from the Institute for Urban Indigenous Health, and academics specialising in human memory and eyewitness testimony in court.
In 2017, we welcomed visiting police associate Inspector Christopher Emzin to deliver guest lectures, mentor students and assist with research.
Our justice course is updated regularly to match industry needs. We help our students make industry connections through industry placements and our career mentor scheme.
Our students have:
Many placements are funded to cover flights and other expenses.
Our Bachelor of Justice has two options for majors:
Secondary majors are available in law or psychology. Minors are available in Indigenous Knowledges, forensic science and management, or any other minor across QUT.
Study policy analysis, and how policy is researched, written, implemented and reviewed within government. Ideal for careers in government.
Study for a career in law enforcement, defence and psychology of criminals, and intelligence.
Most units have assessments that allow you to apply what you’re learning in real-world situations. In the first-year unit Policy, Governance and Justice, for example, students gain both understanding of theory surrounding policy and governance, and applied skills to develop and write policy. Assessment focuses on the legislative and legal framework of policy work and the political context of public policy decision making. Students are required to develop policy consultation, analytical and writing skills by creating their own policy for assessment.
Our QUT Law Library provides an extensive range of specialised legal resources and learning support for students. You'll also have on-site access to expert staff and online access to a reservoir of online databases and journals.
All of the learning materials for our bachelor course is available online.
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