Credit points


Minor available at

  • Melbourne
  • North Sydney

Additional information

In the Criminology minor stream you will gain understanding of criminological theory and aspects of the study of criminal offending and offenders to which psychology makes important contributions. You will be introduced to aspects of the law as it relates to the use of forensic psychology in criminal justice; to the issues of identifying at risk juveniles and how they might be diverted from a criminal career; and to the issues of reintegrating offenders into society as part of and/or on completion of their sentence. 

Admission requirements

Disclaimer: The course entry requirements above are for 2024 Admission.

Completion requirements

A student must complete 40 cp of the Schedule of Unit Offerings (Part A).

Part A :

Complete exactly 40 credit points from the following:

CodeTitleCredit PointsNotes
LCRM101Introduction to Criminology10
LCRM104Juvenile Justice10
LCRM201Introduction to Forensic Psychology and the Law10
LCRM207Corrections and Rehabilitation of Offenders10

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