CL55 Bachelor of Science (Criminology and Psychology)

In order to complete this course, you must:

  1. Complete the core structure

Core Structure

Number of units: 24 Total credit points: 144

The degree consists of 24 units making a total of 144 credit points.

There are seven core Criminology units, three elective Criminology units and a choice of CRIM13003 Criminology Research Capstone or CRIM13004 Criminology Work Placement Capstone unit. This makes a total of 11 Criminology units.

There are nine Psychology units, two elective units at Level 2 and two elective units at Level 3; making a total of 13 Psychology units. The elective Psychology units are grouped into Level 2 electives and Level 3 units to ensure students study the correct number of units at each level to meet accreditation requirements of the Psychology component of the CL55 Bachelor of Science (Criminology and Psychology) course.

NOTE: To meet the course's Psychology accreditation requirements, Psychology units undertaken must include 12 credit points (2 units) at Level 1, at least 24 credit points (4 units) at Level 2 and at least 24 credit points (4 units) at Level 3.  Within these guidelines PSYC11008, PSYC11009, PSYC12047, PSYC12048, PSYC13015, PSYC13017 and PSYC13020 are compulsory units of study. Overall you must undertake at least 60 credit points (10 Psychology units) at Level 2 and Level 3 combined. Failure to satisfy these requirements will result in non eligibility to graduate.

Available units
Students must complete the following compulsory units:
CRIM11001 Foundations of Criminology and Criminal Justice
CRIM11002 Criminal Justice Procedure and Analysis
CRIM11004 Crime and Control
CRIM11005 Crime, Media and Power
CRIM11006 Criminal Intelligence Analysis
LAWS11057 Introduction to Law
PSYC11008 Biological Foundations of Psychology
PSYC11009 Social Foundations of Psychology
PSYC11012 Foundations of Psychological Research
CRIM12003 Criminology Theory
PSYC12047 Introduction to Data Analysis
PSYC12048 Research Methods
PSYC13015 Advanced Methods in Psychology
PSYC13017 Abnormal Psychology
PSYC13020 Individual Differences and Assessment
PSYC13021 Forensic Psychology

There are nine psychology units, two elective units at Level 2 and two elective units at Level 3; making a total of 13 Psychology units. The elective Psychology units are grouped into Level 2 units and Level 3 units to ensure you study the correct number of units at each level to meet accreditation requirements of the Psychology component of the CL55 Bachelor of Science (Criminology and Psychology) course.

NOTE: To meet the course's Psychology accreditation requirements, Psychology units undertaken must include 12 credit points (2 units) at Level 1; at least 24 credit points (4 units) at Level 2 and at least 24 credit points (4 units) at Level 3. Within these guidelines, PSYC11008, PSYC11009, PSYC12047, PSYC12048, PSYC13015, PSYC13017 and PSYC13020 are compulsory units of study. Overall you must undertake at least 60 credit points (10 Psychology units) at Level 2 and Level 3 combined. Failure to satisfy these requirements will result in non eligibility to graduate.

Students must complete 2 of the following Level 2 units.

Available units
Students must complete 2 from the following units:
PSYC12010 Introduction to Human Development
PSYC12012 Physiological Psychology
PSYC12013 Personality
PSYC12014 Critical, Cultural and Social Psychology

There are nine Psychology units, two elective units at Level 2 and two elective units at Level 3; making a total of 13 Psychology units. The elective Psychology units are grouped into Level 2 units and Level 3 units to ensure you study the correct number of units at each level to meet accreditation requirements of the Psychology component of the CL55 Bachelor of Science (Criminology and Psychology) course.

NOTE: To meet the course's Psychology accreditation requirements, Psychology units undertaken must include 12 credit points (2 units) at Level 1; at least 24 credit points (4 units) at Level 2 and at least 24 credit points (4 units) at Level 3. Within these guidelines PSYC11008, PSYC11009, PSYC12047, PSYC12048, PSYC13015, PSYC13017 and PSYC13020 are compulsory units of study. Overall you must undertake at least 60 credit points (10 Psychology units) at Level 2 and Level 3 combined. Failure to satisfy these requirements will result in non eligibility to graduate.

Students must complete 2 of the following Level 3 units.

Available units
Students must complete 2 from the following units:
PSYC13016 Cognitive Psychology
PSYC13022 Learning & Behaviour Modification
PSYC13023 Educational Psychology
PSYC13024 Qualitative Research Methodology
PSYC13025 Applied Sports Psychology

There are seven core Criminology units, three elective Criminology units and a choice of CRIM13003 Criminology Research Capstone or CRIM13004 Criminology Work Placement Capstone unit. This makes a total of 11 Criminology units.

Students must complete 3 Criminology discipline component units from the list below.

Available units
Students must complete 3 from the following units:
CRIM11003 Indigenous Australians and the Criminal Justice System
CRIM12002 Case Management Practice
CRIM12004 Understanding Violence and Conflict
CRIM12005 Community Justice Innovation
CRIM12006 Crimes of the Powerful
CRIM12007 Criminal Ethnographies
CRIM13005 Indigenous Justice
CRIM13006 Justice Strategy and Alliances

There are seven core Criminology units, three elective Criminology units and a choice of CRIM13003 Criminology Research Capstone or CRIM13004 Criminology Work Placement Capstone unit. This makes a total of 11 Criminology units.

Students must choose one of the Criminology capstone units from the list below. 

Available units
Students must complete 1 from the following units:
CRIM13003 Criminology Research Capstone
CRIM13004 Criminology Work Placement Capstone