Bachelor of Criminology with Bachelor of Laws (Honours) Mid-Year Entry
Why choose honours?
Research-focused study in the sociology of crime and deviance will complement, contextualise and enrich your legal understandings.
This combination prepares you for rewarding careers in criminal law, government, commerce, industry, social welfare and community organisations. Adding honours will give you an edge in the crowd, particularly in roles involving research.
What will you do?
- Build high-level original research skills.
- Explore legal and criminological concepts, processes and methods.
- Develop deep discipline knowledge in a particular area of law.
- Access internship and placement opportunities.
- Undertake a major research project.
For more info
- Bachelor of Criminology
- Bachelor of Laws
For those who are based in Adelaide, we will be offering a blended delivery mode that combines face-to-face with remote learning in as many courses as possible, taking into consideration social distancing and hygiene. All lectures will continue to be delivered online for the remainder of the year, with some exceptions.
For our students who are studying offshore for the remainder of the 2020 Academic Year, the University will continue to offer high-quality access to the learning resources remotely. This includes all lectures, tutorials and other support material. Students will be advised in advance if there are course components that cannot be provided in remote mode and, wherever possible, offered alternative courses.
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CRICOS 097919F Intake February and July
English Language Requirements
Australian Year 12 Successful completion of an Australian year 12 qualification with a minimum pass in an accepted English language subject English Tests accepted by the University of Adelaide IELTS Overall 7 Reading 6.6 Listening 6.5 Speaking 7 Writing 7 TOEFL Overall 94 Reading N/A Listening 20 Speaking 23 Writing 27 Pearson Overall 65 Reading N/A Listening 58 Speaking 65 Writing 65 C1 Advanced Overall 185 Reading N/A Listening 176 Speaking 185 Writing 185 Qualifications that meet minimum English requirements A range of alternative qualifications may meet the University’s minimum English requirements
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Tertiary Qualifications The Bachelor of Criminology/Bachelor of Laws (Honours) double degree is not an entry program. Admission into the B.Criminology/B.Laws (Honours) double degree will be by application. Places will be limited and students with a GPA in the range 5.00-6.00 (depending on places available) will be invited in their penultimate year to apply for the program along with all other eligible Bachelor of Laws students. If accepted into the program, the B.Criminology/B.Laws program will be discontinued and the student admitted into the B.Criminology/B.Laws (Honours) program. All courses under the B.Criminology/B.Laws will be counted towards the B.Criminology/B.Laws(Honours) degree.
Fees and Scholarships
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Indicative annual tuition feesCommonwealth-supported place: $7,240
More information on Student Contribution Amounts.
Indicative annual tuition fees (24 units) International student place: $41,000
These scholarships, as well as many others funded by industry and non-profit organisations, are available to potential and currently enrolled students.
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Last updated: Monday, 25 May 2020