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Why does crime occur? What makes people do harm to others? This degree explores a range of fascinating issues to do with crime, criminal justice and psychology – including antisocial behaviour, surveillance, security, social justice, social welfare and environmental degradation.
The Bachelor of Criminology with Honours is concerned with understanding social constructions of crime and criminality. It provides graduates with a unique opportunity to develop both theoretical and practical skills and an understanding of criminology within a local and international context.
A Deakin Bachelor of Arts degree offers enormous flexibility, allowing you to keep your career options open and design your course around your interests and for maximum employability.
All arts major sequences are taught as a combination of practical and theoretical learning, with many areas of study offering work placements.
The B.S. Criminology curriculum encompasses a comprehensive study of both crime and criminal justice systems. The focus for undergraduate students is to achieve academic competencies in criminology/criminal justice. The program from the University of West Georgia promotes a critical examination of crime and justice issues and the development of analytical and communication skills.
The Bachelor of Criminology is concerned with understanding social constructions of crime and criminality. It provides graduates with a unique opportunity to develop both theoretical and practical skills and an understanding of criminology within a local and international context.
Graduates of this double degree will have a highly developed understanding of the law and its relationship with the principles underpinning criminology eg forensic science, the criminal process and the sociology of deviance.
Deakin‘s Bachelor of Criminology/Bachelor of I.T. Security is the only degree of its kind in Australia. It brings together two independent degrees in criminology and I.T. security into an attractive four-year combined course. The course will provide you with skills in securing data and data communications, as well as investigating, analysing and providing solutions to computer crime.
Deakin‘s Bachelor of Criminology/Bachelor of Psychological Science brings together two independent degrees and combines them in an attractive four-year combined course. This course provides an accredited undergraduate sequence in psychology and includes complementary studies in individual and group counselling, health, and behavioural change.
Focuses on the practical and theoretical dimensions of IT security across a range of fundamental areas, such as network security and vulnerability assessment, information security, digital forensics, wireless device security and database security.
Utica College is one of the few colleges in the United States to offer a cutting-edge Cybersecurity degree online and at the undergraduate level. Reports of large cyber breaches at major retail, technology and financial companies continue to permeate the daily news. Statistics show that such crimes–including identity theft, cyber terrorism and cyber espionage–are on the rise1. Clearly, cybersecurity grows more vital with every passing day, and so too does the need for men and women trained in cyber defense methods.
Develop next-generation skills to anticipate and avoid cyber threats and prepare for rapid career growth with our nationally recognized cyber security degree program.
In University of Maryland University College's bachelor's degree program in cyber security management and policy, you can prepare to become a leader in the protection of data. This innovative, world-class program uses a multidisciplinary approach–drawing from fields such as management, law, science, business, technology, and psychology–to provide you with the most current knowledge and skills for protecting critical cyber infrastructure and assets.
This program is for students interested in pursuing careers in Cybersecurity. Cybercrime, cyber terrorism, cyber espionage and cyber-attacks of mammoth levels have led Cybersecurity to become a national priority. The risks are not limited to organizations only - the United States government, every company, and every individual is impacted from these attacks.