Study crime and deviance while pursuing practical solutions to the problems of crime.
Criminology focuses on why people commit crime and the social responses to it. As a criminology student at The University of Adelaide, you will consider the way crime is represented in our culture. With a primary focus on the sociology of crime, you will also look at methods of crime prevention.
As a criminology student you will:
- Examine the criminal justice system, crime and deviancy
- Use critical and creative thinking to solve crime-related problems
- Discover the influence crime has on policy and public opinion
- Explore practical crime prevention tactics
- Research surveillance practices in contemporary society
- Gain insight into new and existing antisocial behaviours.
As a student of criminology, you will have the opportunity to study crime and deviancy from different angles including sociology, cultural studies and law to the growing field of crime science.
Degrees that offer this study area
Bachelor of Arts (Advanced)
Bachelor of Arts with Bachelor of Economics
Bachelor of Arts with Bachelor of Music
Bachelor of Arts with Bachelor of Science
Bachelor of Criminology
Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)(Chemical) and Bachelor of Arts
Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)(Civil) and Bachelor of Arts
Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)(Electrical and Electronic) and Bachelor of Arts
Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)(Environmental and Climate Solutions) and Bachelor of Arts
Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)(Mechanical) and Bachelor of Arts
Bachelor of International Relations with Bachelor of Arts
Bachelor of Media with Bachelor of Arts
Diploma in Arts
- Youth programing and counselling
- Fraud investigation/ prevention
- Corrections system
- Legal system
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