This topic is no longer available. See below for details for 2020.
4 x 1-hour seminars per semester 1 x 70-hour industry placement once-only
1 Admission into HBCRIM-Bachelor of Criminology (Honours) 1a Admission into HBLS-Bachelor of Law and Society (Honours) 1b Admission into HBA-CRIM-Criminology 1c Admission into HBA-LWSO-Law and Society Must Satisfy: ((1 or 1a or 1b or 1c))
Demonstrate general knowledge of research methods and methodology. Demonstrate general knowledge of criminology/law and society.
Assignment(s), Placement, Project, Seminar
In this topic, students will apply their existing knowledge of the relationship between law and society/criminology to specific projects. This application will also allow students to acquire new knowledge and practical skills concerning the relationship between law and society/criminology. Students will encounter and evaluate the responsibilities, roles, attitudes, values, priorities, judgments and work methods of service providers operating in the field of law and society/criminology while completing their project. This topic will provide students with an opportunity to reflect upon the knowledge and skills that they have already developed, and to assess what additional knowledge and skills they may require before undertaking employment.
The topic aims to assist students to:
apply skills and knowledge already acquired in their undergraduate degree concerning the relationship between law and society/criminology
acquire new practical skills concerning the relationship between law and society/criminology
Identify the responsibilities, roles, attitudes, values, priorities, judgments and work methods of service providers /project supervisor
develop professional attitudes, including reflective thinking skills
reflect on WIL experience
Expected learning outcomes
Upon completion of this topic, students will be able to:
apply acquired practical skills relevant to the workplace during the course of an industry work placement or research project
deploy acquired new practical skills relevant to the workplace or research project
develop knowledge of the culture of a specific workplace/s or the complexity of a research project
demonstrate a range of competencies relative to a specific experience/project
demonstrate a professional attitude, including objective and reflective thinking skills
Key dates and timetable
Timetable details for 2020 are no longer published.
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