To be read in conjunction with the program of study requirements of the degree in which you are enrolled:
To qualify for Honours in Law and Society a student must complete satisfactorily 36 units of study as specified below. The program requires one year of full-time study or the equivalent part-time.
This honours program in Law and Society aims to provide students with opportunities to extend their skills and knowledge of the relationship between law and society. It also aims to allow students to develop skills in research and the presentation of that research both in writing and orally.
On completion of this honours program students will:
- be able to demonstrate their understanding of issues and theories of policy analysis
- have an extended knowledge of contemporary law and society issues in a global context
- be able to analyse and critically evaluate ideas and concepts in law and society issues
- have developed skills to present their research both orally and in writing
- be able to plan research activities and manage their time independently.
Program of study
Students undertake 22.5 units of thesis and 13.5 units of core topics.
Honours - Law and Society - Thesis topics
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)
Honours - Law and Society - Core topics
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)