The course is offered by the College of Business, Government and Law.
A student who has completed all the requirements of the Bachelor of Criminology, or another qualification which the Dean (Education) agrees is equivalent, may be accepted as a candidate for the honours degree providing a sufficiently high standard has been achieved in fulfilling the requirements for the bachelors degree. Applicants must normally have achieved a Grade Point Average (GPA) of 5.25 or better in the Bachelor of Criminology, or equivalent qualification, to be eligible to apply for entry.
The Honours program aims to:
Upon completion of the Bachelor of Criminology (Honours) students will be able to demonstrate:
To qualify for the Bachelor of Criminology (Honours) degree a student must complete satisfactorily 36 units of study as specified in the program of study.
22.5 units comprising:
CRIM7300A Honours Thesis in Law and Criminology (9/22.5 units)
CRIM7300B Honours Thesis in Law and Criminology (9/22.5 units)
CRIM7300C Honours Thesis in Law and Criminology (4.5/22.5 units)
13.5 units comprising:
CRIM7301 Advanced Theory and Research Applications (4.5 units)
CRIM7303 Field Practice (4.5 units)
CRIM7304 Research Design, Methods and Analysis (4.5 units)
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