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  • Location:
    Joondalup
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    3 years full-time or equivalent part-time
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    Business and Law
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    Law and Justice
  • Code:
    G81
  • CRICOS:
    057991G
  • Indicative ATAR (TER):
    55
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Bachelor of Criminology and Justice

This course structure will be available to students commencing the course from Semester 2, 2014 onwards.

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 Justice requires a minimum of 360 credit points (24 units) and normally requires three years of full time study or the part time equivalent.

The degree has the following components:

  1. Core program of 270 credit points (18 units); and
  2. 90 credit point (6 unit) minor program (see approved list below): or
  3. 60 credit point (4 unit) minor program and 2 elective units: or
  4. 90 credit points of elective units (6 units).

Approved 90 credit point (6 unit) minor programs:

  • MIAADT -Addiction Studies
  • MIAADM -Psychology
  • MIYOU -Youth Work
  • MISEC -Security
  • MIAAEA -Counter Terrorism and Intelligence

or any other 6 unit minor as approved by the Course Coordinator.

Approved 60 credit point (4 unit) minor programs:

  • MIAAAH -Management
  • MIAAAG Human Resource Management
  • MIAAFS - Counter Terrorism

or any other 4 unit minor as approved by the Course Coordinator.



Year One - Semester 1
UnitDescription Points
CRI1102Quantitative Research Methods in Criminology & Justice 15
CRI1111Law and Order 15
CRI1103Criminology 15
Plus one unit from minor or elective unit
 


Year One - Semester 2
UnitDescription Points
CRI1104The Psychology of Criminal Behaviour 15
CRI1105Psychology and Criminal Justice 15
CRI1106Minority Groups as Offenders and Victims 15
Plus one unit from minor or elective unit
 


Year Two - Semester 1
UnitDescription Points
CRI2101Professional Skills - Case Management 15
CRI2102Qualitative Research Methods in Criminology & Justice 15
CRI2103Correctional Studies - Theory and Practice 15
Plus one unit from minor or elective unit
 


Year Two - Semester 2
UnitDescription Points
CRI2104Professional Skills - Counselling and Managing Conflict 15
CRI2105The Family and Family Law 15
CRI2107Foundations of Criminal Law 15
Plus one unit from minor or elective unit
 


Year Three - Semester 1
UnitDescription Points
CRI3101Professional Ethics 15
Plus two units selected from :
CRI3103Juvenile Justice 15
CRI3104Organised Crime 15
CRI3105Community Corrections (Theory and Practice) 15
LAW4130Innocence Project**15
Plus one units from minor or elective units
 


** LAW4130 acceptance into this unit is by application only

Year Three - Semester 2
UnitDescription Points
CRI3102Indigenous Offenders and Victims 15
Plus two units selected from :
CRI3107Offender Profiling 15
CRI3108Justice and Forensic Science 15
CRI3109International Human Rights 15
CRI3110Workplace Practicum*15
CRI3111Workplace Practicum*15
LAW4130Innocence Project**15
Plus one minor or elective unit
 


*CRI3110 and CRI3111 must be completed in the final semester of study following consultation with the Practicum Coordinator. Both units must be taken in the same semester. ** LAW4130 acceptance into this unit is by application only

Elective Units
UnitDescription Points
CRI1100Essential Skills for University Study in Criminology and Law 15
PSY1101Introduction to Psychology 15
LAW1100Legal Framework I 15
YWK1220Youth Issues 15
CSV1101Introduction to Community Work 15
SCY1117Intelligence Foundations 15
ADS1151Addiction Studies: Fundamental Concepts 15
ADS2253Addiction Studies: Processes of Change 15
SCY2112Counterterrorism 15
SCH2143Forensic Skills 15
ADS3458Addiction Studies: Preventive Practice 15
or any other ECU unit with the approval of the Course Coordinator
 

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