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Bachelor of Criminology and Juvenile Justice
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 Criminology and Juvenile Justice comprises 360 credit points (24 units) and consists of:
Criminology units: 195 credit points (13 units); and
Juvenile Justice units: 165 credit points (11 units).
Units are required to be completed in strict year sequence (i.e., all first year units must be completed before proceeding to second year units, and second year units must be completed before proceeding to third year units).
Year One - Semester 1
|CRI1111||Law and Order||15|
|CRI1102||Quantitative Research Methods in Criminology & Justice||15|
Year One - Semester 2
|CRI1104||The Psychology of Criminal Behaviour||15|
|CRI1105||Psychology and Criminal Justice||15|
|CRI1106||Minority Groups as Offenders and Victims||15|
|YWK1101||Principles of Youth Work||15|
Year Two - Semester 1
|CRI2101||Professional Skills - Case Management||15|
|CRI2102||Qualitative Research Methods in Criminology & Justice||15|
|YWK3203||Theories of Youth||15|
|YWK3107||Ideology and Youth Work Practice||15|
Year Two - Semester 2
|CRI2104||Professional Skills - Counselling and Managing Conflict||15|
|CRI2105||The Family and Family Law||15|
|YWK3231||Strategies for Social Change||15|
|CSV3203||Working with Groups||15|
Year Three - Semester 1
|CSV3109||Vulnerable People and Communities||15|
|YWK3113||Youth Work Professional Placement||*||30|
* YWK3113 is run as a full-year unit
Year Three - Semester 2
|CRI3102||Indigenous Offenders and Victims||15|
|CSV1101||Introduction to Community Work||15|
|YWK3211||Inclusive Youth Work Practice||15|