The School of Criminology and Criminal Justice at Griffith University is recognised as Australia's leading criminology school. First established in 1991, the School has grown to include over 35 academic staff, making it the largest criminology school in the country.
At Griffith, criminology is a multidisciplinary field of study, drawing upon psychology, sociology, law, social work, criminology and criminal justice, history, and political science.
Our undergraduate criminology and criminal justice degree is the only one in Queensland backed by 'at world-standard' research. That knowledge feeds into the most up-to-date study content, giving you the best skills for an employment edge.
Our staff are outstanding teachers and scholars. Their service to students, the practitioner community and scholarship has been recognised both locally and internationally, with many of our staff considered international leaders in their field.
We are also renowned for the research we undertake. With experts in fields such as crime analysis, policing, restorative justice, forensic psychology and much more we can offer you expert knowledge based on the cutting edge research currently being undertaken by our staff.
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