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We found 7 courses that you may be interested in.
  1. Course
    Honours

    Bachelor of Criminology Honours

    Code: H1271
    This is an additional year of study designed to further the knowledge you’ve developed throughout your Bachelor of Criminology.
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    Honours

    Bachelor of Laws Honours / Bachelor of Arts (Psychology)

    Code: H1275 Selection Rank: 90
    Explore criminal behaviour, relationships and the workings of the human mind by adding a Psychology degree to your Law qualification.
  3. Course
    Honours

    Bachelor of Laws Honours / Bachelor of Communication

    Code: H1274 Selection Rank: 90
    Perfect your communication and presentation skills by adding a communication degree to your law studies and gain a competitive edge in your career.
  4. Course
    Honours

    Bachelor of Laws Honours / Bachelor of Criminology

    Code: H1273 Selection Rank: 90
    Gain a competitive edge in your law career by combining your Bachelor of Laws with a Bachelor of Criminology and explore the role and operation of law in the criminal justice sector.
  5. Course
    Honours

    Bachelor of Laws Honours / Bachelor of Science (Psychology)

    Code: H1276 Selection Rank: 90
    Combine your law degree with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology to expand your career opportunities and explore criminal behaviour, neuroscience, relationships and the inner workings of the human mind.
  6. Course
    Honours

    Bachelor of Laws with Honours / Bachelor of Science

    Code: H1250 Selection Rank: 90
    Get ready for a fascinating career as you add a scientific specialisation such as Forensic Biology and Toxicology, Environmental Science or Environmental Management and Sustainability to your Law degree.
  7. Course
    Honours

    Law Honours

    Code: H1267
    This is an additional year of study designed to further the knowledge you’ve developed throughout your undergraduate Law course.