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Indicative tuition fees provided are estimates based on information available to Edith Cowan University at the time of their calculation and are presented as a guide for comparative purposes only. The fees which are ultimately applicable are subject to change. ECU makes no representations or warranties in relation to the reliability of these estimates or the methodologies used for their calculations.

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First year indicative tuition fees for 2014 undergraduate courses (domestic students)

Commonwealth supported: AUD $6,044.00
Domestic fee paying: AUD $16,150.00

There are two types of domestic tuition fees as displayed above. Read the following information to identify which indicative tuition fee amount may be applicable to you.

Commonwealth Supported Place

Under this arrangement, the Australian Government contributes towards your tuition fees and you are responsible for the remaining tuition fees, called your 'student contribution'.

You are eligible to be Commonwealth Supported if you are studying:

  • a Bachelor's degree;
  • an Associate Diploma;
  • an Honours degree; or
  • selected Commonwealth Government Supported postgraduate courses.

You must also satisfy ONE of the following criteria:

  • You are an Australian Citizen.
  • You hold a Permanent Humanitarian visa.
  • You are a New Zealand Citizen and you are living in Australia whilst studying.
  • You hold an Australian Permanent Residency visa and you are living in Australia whilst studying.

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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 (23 units) and consists of:

Criminology units: 195 credit points (13 units); and

Juvenile Justice units: 165 credit points (10 units - includes one full year unit).

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
UnitDescription Points
CRI1111Law and Order 15
CRI1102Quantitative Research Methods in Criminology & Justice 15
CRI1103Criminology 15
YWK1220Youth Issues 15

Year One - Semester 2
UnitDescription Points
CRI1104The Psychology of Criminal Behaviour 15
CRI1105Psychology and Criminal Justice 15
CRI1106Minority Groups as Offenders and Victims 15
YWK1101Principles of Youth Work 15

Year Two - Semester 1
UnitDescription Points
CRI2101Professional Skills - Case Management 15
CRI2102Qualitative Research Methods in Criminology & Justice 15
YWK3203Theories of Youth 15
YWK3107Ideology and Youth Work Practice 15

Year Two - Semester 2
UnitDescription Points
CRI2104Professional Skills - Counselling and Managing Conflict 15
CRI2105The Family and Family Law 15
YWK3231Strategies for Social Change 15
CSV3203Working with Groups 15

Year Three - Semester 1
UnitDescription Points
CRI3101Professional Ethics 15
CRI3103Juvenile Justice 15
CSV3109Vulnerable People and Communities 15
YWK3113Youth Work Professional Placement*30

* YWK3113 is run as a full-year unit

Year Three - Semester 2
UnitDescription Points
CRI3102Indigenous Offenders and Victims 15
CSV1101Introduction to Community Work 15
YWK3211Inclusive Youth Work Practice 15

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