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Bachelor of Criminology and Justice

  • Campus Location

    Melbourne, Australia

  • Qualification


  • Fees


  • Duration


  • Intake

    February, May, September

  • English Requirements

    A minimum overall score of 2.8 with no band less than 6.0.

  • Embark on a journey to safeguard our society and unravel the complexities of human behavior within the realm of justice and crime. The Bachelor of Criminology and Justice at ACAP, Australia is your gateway to comprehending the intricate workings of offenders’ minds and the profound influence our justice system wields on our future actions. Delve into the core of our criminal justice system and its interconnections with our community. Unravel the enigma behind criminal behavior, understanding the rationale behind it, and how laws and societal control mechanisms intertwine within our justice structure.
    Accredited by the esteemed Navitas Professional Institute (NPI), ACAP program roots itself in the profound expertise of human behavior, a cornerstone of all our courses, including the Bachelor of Criminology and Justice.


        Criminal psychology
        Crime prevention
        Law enforcement
        Corrections and justice-related matters

    The program immerses you in a profound understanding of criminal behavior and the consequential impact our justice system has on shaping our future actions. Tailor your learning journey with elective units covering diverse areas like law, forensic psychology, policing, terrorism, mental health, and youth justice, aligning with your career aspirations or broader interests. The comprehensive course comprises 24 units.

    • February
    • May
    • September
    • Total Tuition Fee: AUD 77,064.00
    • Tuition Fee Per Unit: AUD 3,211.0
  • To enroll in Bachelor of Criminology and Justice, it is vital that applicants collect the following prior to applying:

    • CGPA of 2.8 in High School OR 10 + 2
    • Letter of Recommendation
    • English Language Proficiency Requirements (IELTS overall band of 6.0 with no individual band below 5.5 completed in the last two years (or equivalent)
    • Transcripts of all previous academic degrees (To be translated in English and approved by the translator)

    To know more on admission deadlines and requirements, contact Oli and the Associate’s counselor!

Updated on February 12th, 2024

About Australian College of Applied Professions (ACAP)

  • The Australian College of Applied Professions (ACAP) stands as an esteemed institution of tertiary education, distinguished for its specialized curriculum offered through a network of campuses across Australia, supplemented by a robust online learning platform. At the heart of ACAP's ethos lies a profound dedication to comprehending human behavior and a fervent aspiration to enhance the societal well-being. Since its inception in 1983, ACAP has been a beacon of education, shaping the intellectual pursuits of over 20,000 graduates who have engaged in on-campus, online, or blended delivery modes of learning. The institution's meticulously curated courses, spanning psychology, counselling, social work, criminology, coaching, and management, are meticulously designed to prepare students from diverse backgrounds for enriching vocations in community engagement. ACAP further extends flexible pathway options to advance one's academic journey in alignment with individual priorities and career aspirations. Learn More

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