Bachelor of Social Work/Bachelor of Criminology and Criminal Justice

UNSW Sydney

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Overview

Bachelor Degree
Sydney
5.5 years Full-Time
(or Part-Time equivalent)
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Course Description

Criminologists work to reduce crime by better understanding it. They look at the context in which crime occurs, drawing from disciplines such as psychology, sociology, law, philosophy, cultural studies.

Social Workers seek practical solutions to reduce stress and improve quality of life work to understand people. They help those going through challenging circumstances such as homelessness, addiction, abuse, mental illness, poverty, aging and discrimination.

A dual degree in Social Work (Honours) and Criminology & Criminal Justice will train you to both the human aspect as well as the complex social issues necessary to make a difference.
Placements

Criminology and Criminal Justice students have the option to enrol in an elective internship through the Arts & Social Sciences Vocational Placement (Internship)...

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Careers

Having skills in both Social Work and Criminology extends yours career options to work in a variety of industries from hospitals, government departments, welfare...

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