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Provides students with a unique opportunity to gain valuable knowledge in the criminal justice system, with a focus on offender management.
The major develops students' interpersonal and leadership skills, while building a comprehensive understanding of the theories of offender management and motivational change. Students will develop an appreciation for the complex issues surrounding offender management and how they can work within an environment that seeks to reduce recidivism. The major is relevant to students with an interest in criminology and justice, but also has a wider appeal to social work, psychology, security and other students in the humanities discipline.
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|Unit Code||Unit Title||Credit Points|
|PSY1101||Introduction to Psychology||15|
|CSV1103||Interpersonal and Helping Skills||15|
|CRI2101||Professional Skills - Case Management||15|
|CRI3105||Community Corrections (Theory and Practice)||15|
|CRI3109||International Human Rights||15|
|CRI3206||Misconduct and Corruption Prevention||15|
The criminal justice system is a popular career path, with employment opportunities in fields such as the court system, government and private prison systems, community-based corrections, and offender treatment programs. Employment opportunities also exist in community services, sociology and youth work, the public and private sector, Government agencies, research and universities, criminology, policy development, intelligence, crime analysis and restorative justice.
Community Corrections Officer, Youth Justice Officer, Prison Officer, Crime Prevention Officer, Victim Support Officer, Policy Development Officer, Researcher, Community Services Officer, Security Services Officer, Intelligence Officer
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