The future of our planet and the environment relies on a fair and just society. Focus your studies on environmental or humanitarian justice to open a range of career opportunities.
In Tasmania, we have a long history of fighting for those who need a voice. The Bachelor of Justice studies is built on the issues facing social and environmental justice in our home state.
Students can explore topical and relevant examples, such as Tasmania leading the charge in gender reform, or issues related to housing, employment and asylum seekers. You'll graduate ready to make a positive impact on your community.
Focus your studies in environmental or humanitarian justice.
Available online or on campus in Hobart or Launceston.
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Our new double degrees allow you to deepen your knowledge and expertise within two separate study areas. This means you can choose from our range of exciting, diverse courses and embark on a journey as unique as you are.
At the University of Tasmania, we’ll help you get the skills you need to pursue a degree. We offer a wide range of preparatory and pathway programs, as well as short foundation programs, to assist in the transition to university.
The Bachelor of Justice Studies requires the completion of 300 credit points, including:
- 200 credit points of Core units and;
- 100 credit points of Elective units.
In your core units you will complete 75 credit points at Introductory level, 75 credit points at Intermediate level and 50 credit points at Advanced level.
In your Elective component you are able to choose from any units which you meet the pre-requisites for, at any level, from across the university. You can also complete a major in your elective space from other courses in the University.
With public, private and not-for-profit organisations increasingly partnering together to overcome social and environmental justice problems, as a Justice Studies graduate you will be prepared for a diverse choice of career options.
These are some of the top careers projected to grow in the next five years.1
1ABS Labour Force Survey, National Skills Commission trend data to May 2019 and projections to 2024.
Protective Service Workers (Police, Prison Officers etc.)
Intelligence and Policy Analysts
Social and Welfare Professionals
Entry requirements vary across courses and are available on each individual course page, which you can access from Course Options. We encourage you to apply for the courses you most want to study. If you’re not eligible to enter your chosen course right now, our admissions team will work with you to find the best pathway option.
Credit for prior learning
The University of Tasmania aims to provide you with credit for approved prior study or equivalent professional experience which exceeds standard entrance requirements for courses. For more information please visit Recognition for Prior Learning.
English language requirements
For those applicants who are nationals of and currently residing in a country where English is not the official language, evidence of an IELTS or TOEFL test must be provided. For more information, please visit International Future Students.