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Bachelor of Psychological Science and Criminology

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    February, May, September

  • English Requirements

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

  • Immerse yourself in the fascinating realm of criminal psychology with the Bachelor of Psychological Science and Criminology at ACAP, Australia. Tailored for those captivated by the intricacies of criminal behavior and motivated to foster positive change, this program offers profound insights into the psychological underpinnings of human actions. With a focus on prevention before behavior turns destructive, graduates emerge equipped with practical skills and strategies essential for impactful roles within the criminal justice system. This specialized double major degree, accredited by APAC in Sydney, Melbourne, and Brisbane, delves into the connections between mental health, crime, and rehabilitation, aligning with research from the Australian Institute of Criminology. With mental disorders prevalent in prison populations, this program is ideal for those aspiring to work in courts, corrections, youth justice, or with vulnerable populations, including young people and Indigenous communities.

    The comprehensive curriculum, comprising units from Psychological Sciences and Criminology, enhances employment and postgraduate study prospects in both fields. Graduates, having completed 24 units, including 13 core psychology and 11 core criminology units, are well-positioned for fourth-year psychology programs and subsequent registration as psychologists. The program also opens doors to postgraduate degrees in Counseling and Social Work, such as the Graduate Diploma of Counseling and Master of Social Work (Qualifying). Additionally, graduates can pursue further studies in criminology.

    • February
    • May
    • September
    • Total Tuition Fee: AUD 77,064.00
    • Tuition Fee Per Unit: AUD 3,211.00
  • To enroll in Bachelor of Psychological Science and Criminology, it is vital that applicants collect the following prior to applying:

    • Minimum 2.8 CGPA in High School – 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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