The Diploma of Crime and Justice Studies is the ideal course to provide you with the skills and knowledge to launch your career in a range of justice and/or law enforcement fields. The course will provide you with a thorough understanding in justice-related areas including reading and interpreting legislation, social justice, crime and punishment, ethics in the public sector, interviewing, evidence law and investigation.
There are no entry requirements, however, it is beneficial for those seeking entry into the Diploma satisfy at least one of the below: • successful completion of a Certificate IV in Crime and Justice Studies; or • successful completion of a Certificate IV qualification; or • completion of Year 12 or equivalent with a sound achievement in English; or • relevant work or life experience in the business or justice fields.
|How to Apply||Please Enquire or Apply Online|
|AQF Level||Level 5: Diploma|
Tertiary Admission Centre Codes (TAC) Codes
Select a course structure to view course details including the different study modes offered:
*All study modes may include Vocational placement and/or work integrated learning.
1 to 1.5 years full-time or 2 years part-time
|BSBLEG413||Identify and apply the legal framework||More Information||Training.gov Details|
|CJSDCP402||Prepare documentation for court proceedings||More Information||Training.gov Details|
|CJSSJI403||Analyse social justice issues||More Information||Training.gov Details|
|BSBLEG417||Apply the principles of evidence law||More Information||Training.gov Details|
|CJSACL501||Analyse and apply criminal law||More Information||Training.gov Details|
|CJSCVI503||Analyse crime and victimology issues||More Information||Training.gov Details|
|PSPETH003||Promote the values and ethos of public service||More Information||Training.gov Details|
|PSPINV002||Conduct an investigation||More Information||Training.gov Details|
|PSPINV001||Plan and initiate an investigation||More Information||Training.gov Details|
|PSPINV003||Finalise an investigation||More Information||Training.gov Details|
|CSCORG027||Research issues of concern in correctional services||More Information||Training.gov Details|
|PSPREG012||Gather information through interviews||More Information||Training.gov Details|
|BSBRES401||Analyse and present research information||More Information||Training.gov Details|
|PSPCRT016||Administer alternative dispute-resolution proceedings||More Information||Training.gov Details|
|1||BSBLEG413 - Identify and apply the legal framework|
|2||CJSDCP402 - Prepare documentation for court proceedings|
|3||CJSSJI403 - Analyse social justice issues|
|3||BSBRES401 - Analyse and present research information|
|4||BSBLEG417 - Apply the principles of evidence law|
|5||CJSACL501 - Analyse and apply criminal law|
|6||CJSCVI503 - Analyse crime and victimology issues|
|7||PSPETH003 - Promote the values and ethos of public service|
|8||PSPINV002 - Conduct an investigation|
|8||PSPINV001 - Plan and initiate an investigation|
|8||PSPINV003 - Finalise an investigation|
|9||CSCORG027 - Research issues of concern in correctional services|
|10||PSPREG012 - Gather information through interviews|
|11||PSPCRT016 - Administer alternative dispute-resolution proceedings|
What else might I find useful?
Financial assistance with fees may be available through concessions or via ‘Time to Pay’ payment plan. This and other information such as student support, study and library assistance can be found at www.cqu.edu.au/current-student
Is what I already know taken into account?
Yes. Your current skills and experience matter to us. Consideration is given to your prior life and work experience as well as formal and informal training. You can apply for Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) through our RPL centre. Please note that documentary evidence will be requested as well as other sources of evidence.