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Bachelor of Forensic Investigation Honours
This course structure contains information about the units which comprise the course as well as the credit points required to successfully complete it.
The Bachelor of Forensic Investigation Honours is a 125 point (6 unit) course. The Honours course is comprised of both coursework and research thesis components. Full time students will follow the course structure below:
|CRI4100||Applied Research Skills||15|
|CRI4101||Preparation of Thesis Proposal||15|
|SCH4105||Advances in Human Biology 1||20|
|PLUS 15 credit points (one unit), selected in consultation with the course coordinator and/or research supervisor. Examples of units that may be selected include:|
|CRI4103||Justice Policy Development and Evaluation||15|
|SCY4101||Security and Risk Management||15|
|CSG4106||Introductory Computer Forensics||15|
Semester 2 These units must be taken concurrently as part of the development and completion of a thesis research project: