Bachelor of policing in Western sydney university bankstown
This course equips graduates with an introduction to policing as a distinct area of academic study, and provides the foundation for students wishing to join policing or criminal justice organisations. Students study social science and criminology units, and a range of specialist policing units to equip graduates with a broad understanding of the role of police in society. The curriculum recognises the complexities and challenges of contemporary policing and explores the application of policing practice to a changing Australian society.
Successful completion of Year 12 with an ATAR of 60, Successful completion of a recognised foundation studies program, One year of university studies or completion of a qualification equivalent to an Australian AQF Certificate IV, Test scores: 6.5 of IELTS, 82 of TOEFL ibt, 58 of PTE
Detective, Crime Scene Investigator, Evidence Technician, Victim Advocate, School Resource Officer.