A public research university with its main campus in Tasmania, Australia, is called the University of Tasmania (UTAS). Built around 1890. It is the fourth-oldest university in Australia. The institution is made of sandstone and a part of both the Association of Southeast Asian Institutions of Higher Learning and the international Association of Commonwealth Universities.
The university collaborates with 20 specialized research institutes and cooperative research centers, and it provides a variety of undergraduate and graduate degrees in a number of subject areas. The university's multiple 5 rating scores (far above world standard) for excellence in research earned by the Australian Research Council are in large part due to the Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies. At the Australian Maritime College, the country's hub for maritime education, training, and research, the university also offers tertiary education.
There are three main campuses for the institution, located in Burnie, Launceston, and Hobart. On its Sydney sites in Darlinghurst and Rozelle, the College of Health and Medicine also houses a variety of small, specialized facilities. Additionally, it shares a research space with the Australian National Maritime Museum in Pyrmont.
The research strengths of the institution aim to benefit from Tasmania's distinctive features, notably its natural environment and geographic location. The research is strongest in the areas of data, knowledge, and decision-making as well as the environment, resources, and sustainability; creativity, culture, and society; health; the marine, antarctic, and maritime.
A fair and just society is essential for the future of our planet and the environment.
We take great pride in providing Justice Studies as a thorough, independent degree. In Tasmania, we've traditionally championed the rights of people without a voice. The foundation of the Bachelor of Justice Studies is our state's social and environmental justice problems. This course will push you to think critically about issues of justice that impact the areas where you live, work, play, and learn.
Utilize research-driven learning opportunities in a variety of justice contexts to put your enthusiasm into action. We will aid you in examining a variety of complicated justice-related topics, such as domestic and international crime, domestic violence, international terrorism, humanitarian disasters, climate change, and species extinction. Additionally, you'll develop deeper understandings and connections to larger regional, national, and worldwide issues.
You will have the chance to create an elective program that fits your interests and professional goals throughout your degree. The institution offers a broad variety of elective modules from which to choose. You can take electives to finish a second major or to diversify your degree by studying business, the arts, or a foreign language. Numerous students select optional courses in related disciplines including sustainability, environmental science, law, criminology, and politics.
An expert in criminology, human rights, correctional services, forensic studies, sociology, international relations, social justice, environmental justice, Indigenous concerns, and humanitarian disaster management, a "justice practitioner," possesses a wide variety of crucial abilities. Graduates of this program will be equipped to work in a variety of non-governmental organizations and community assistance environments, including those involving inter-agency justice.
Independently communicate using technology-supported written, oral, and written forms to show understanding of social, environmental, legal, ethical, and political concerns that have an impact on justice policy and practice.
Apply knowledge, analytical skills, and technical abilities as a foundation for decision-making and planning across important justice concerns locally, nationally, and worldwide. Show judgment and intellectual independence in problem-solving.
Analyze, assess, and synthesize complicated factual situations critically and draw judgments that are ethical, professional, and based on the available data.
Investigate justice-related topics, come up with fresh perspectives on the world, and develop innovative strategies for resolving perceived injustice by using disciplinary knowledge and abilities with flexibility and creativity.
Tuition: $33450 per year
25% reduction in registered tuition fees for the duration of the course.
Academics: 2.8 GPA