Learn what motivates individuals and groups and apply that knowledge to areas including mental health, violence management, and the legal system and its procedures.

With a forensic behavioural science course, you’ll open a variety of career possibilities that includes community development, mental health and the criminal justice fields.

A course in forensic behavioural science will help you make positive impacts on people’s lives and on society as a whole.

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    Swinburne has appointed new Deans to the School of Health Sciences and the School of Social Sciences, Media, Film and Education.

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