The Bachelor of Criminal Justice and Criminology consists of 24 units, and will see you undertake the following studies:
On successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
To qualify for the award of Bachelor of Criminal Justice and Criminology, students must complete 300 credit points comprising:
Students may not complete more than 125 credit points (normally 10 units) at Introductory Level. A unit of study can only be counted once, where units are shared between majors and/or minors, students must choose an approved alternate.
Professional placements are subject to a competitive selection process. International students may be eligible for a professional placement where a relevant professional degree exists. International students who successfully gain a placement through the selection process will be required to change courses to the relevant professional degree, in order to complete a placement, and should consider any visa and extended study duration implications prior to applying.
Students who undertake a 12-month professional placement are subject to the following course rules and must complete 375 credit points comprising:
Students who elect to undertake a 6-month professional placement are subject to the following course rules and must complete 337.5 credit points comprising:
Volume of learning
The Bachelor of Criminal Justice and Criminology consists of a total of 24 units (300 credit points). Units normally carry 12.5 credit points (cps). A standard annual full-time load comprises 8 units (100cp), and a standard annual part-time load comprises 4 units (50cp).
Maximum academic credit
The maximum level of credit that can be granted for the Bachelor of Criminal Justice and Criminology is 150 credit points (normally 12 units).