Bachelor of Criminology and PsychologyCareer
Use your strong understanding of psychological theories and practice to become a frontline justice worker.
As a graduate, you'll be ready to influence and shape legal, social and ethical issues in the field.
You’ll be prepared to meet the challenges of working in customs, corrections, child protection, welfare and youth services in justice organisations such as Victoria Police, Corrections Victoria, the Department of Justice and Regulation, and the Department of Human Services.
This degree also provides the academic foundations for those wishing to pursue a career in various areas of psychology, including clinical, educational, organisational, developmental and forensic psychology.
Careers roles include:
- victim support officer
- police officer
- corrections officer
- drug and alcohol support services worker
- policy writer
- customs and immigration officer
- crime analyst
- security analyst
- indigenous services liaison.
Crime management is a growth area, and RMIT sits at the cutting edge of preparing people for employment in this field.
RMIT has more than 30 years of experience in justice training and education, with justice and legal programs highly regarded for their practical application and work experience components.
Integral to the success of RMIT justice programs are their close links with criminal justice agencies, which complement the program’s design, development and delivery.