C6124 - Advanced Diploma of Justice

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RMIT program code: C6124
Plan name: Advanced Diploma of Justice
Plan code: C6124
National Program Code: 22200VIC
Campus: City Campus
Full-Time Duration: 1 Year (12 months)
Minimum Nominal Hours: 710

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2017 Enrolment Program Structure

This qualification requires the completion of the following:

  C6124 Courses
 

The Advanced Diploma of Justice requires the successful completion of twelve (12) compulsory units, comprising eight (8) core units and four (4) elective units.

 

PART-TIME STUDENTS , STUDENTS WHO HAVE NOT COMPLETED ALL REQUIREMENTS OF THE CERTIFICATE IV IN JUSTICE AND/ OR THE DIPLOMA OF JUSTICE, OR STUDENTS WHO HAVE NOT COMPLETED THE CERTIFICATE IV IN JUSTICE OR DIPLOMA OF JUSTICE AT RMIT MUST NOT ENROL WITHOUT FIRST RECEIVING ACADEMIC ADVISEMENT.


The entry requirement for the Advanced Diploma of Justice is the successful completion of, or demonstrated equivalence to, the units of competency successfully completed within the Certificate IV in Justice and the Diploma of Justice.
Notwithstanding the conditions outlined in the course documentation of the Certificate IV in Justice and Diploma of Justice, students enrolled in the Diploma may progress to the Advanced Diploma upon completion of the Certificate IV in Justice, and or core units of the Diploma of Justice or on academic advice that determines their suitability to undertake concurrent level studies.

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C6124 Courses

If you don’t know which group you are meant to be in or you are new to RMIT, do not enrol in any units until you are allocated a group at your enrolment information session.

 

If you were a Diploma of Justice student in section code A, then only enrol in units with the section code JADA.

If you were a Diploma of Justice student in section code B, then only enrol in units with the section code JADB.

 

In semester 1, you will need to enrol in the following 6 units:

  1. Apply investigative processes  (Full Year Class)
  2. Research criminology and crime prevention
  3. Apply research techniques within justice
  4. Apply psychological concepts within justice
  5. Undertake case management in justice
  6. Develop and implement strategic plans (Full Year Class)
     

In semester 2, you will need to enrol in the following 6 units:

  1. Identify and respond to client complex issues
  2. Apply sociology concepts
  3. Human rights
  4. Work with young offenders
  5. Manage risk
  6. Conduct prosecutions (elective)      
    OR
    2nd elective to be confirmed

 

 

 

C6124 Core Units - Select ALL Eight (8) Courses

Course Title

Nominal Hours

Prereqs/ Coreqs

Course Code

Campus

Semester 1 Class

Semester 2 Class

Identify and respond to client complex issues within a criminal justice environment (VU20857)50YesJUST5709City Campus1895 (JADA)
1896 (JADB)
Apply investigative processes within justice environments (VU20852)80YesJUST5710City Campus2410 (JADA)
2411 (JADB)
Apply sociology concepts and principles to justice contexts (VU20853)50YesJUST5711City Campus1889 (JADA)
1890 (JADB)
Research criminology and crime prevention for application to practice within justice environments (VU20854)80YesJUST5712City Campus2412 (JADA)
2423 (JADB)
Implement human rights principles with justice environments (VU20855)50YesJUST5713City Campus1891 (JADA)
1892 (JADB)
Apply research techniques within justice contexts (VU20851)60YesJUST5714City Campus2424 (JADA)
2426 (JADB)
Apply psychological concepts and principles within justice environments (VU20856)50YesJUST5715City Campus2427 (JADA)
2428 (JADB)
Undertake case-management in a justice environment (VU20858)50YesJUST5716City Campus2429 (JADA)
2431 (JADB)
AND

C6124 Elective Units - Select Four (4) Courses

Course Title

Nominal Hours

Prereqs/ Coreqs

Course Code

Campus

Semester 1 Class

Semester 2 Class

Work with young offenders in justice environments (VU20860)50YesJUST5718City Campus1893 (JADA)
1894 (JADB)
Develop and implement strategic plans (BSBMGT616A)80YesBUSM6473CCity Campus2433 (JADA)
2434 (JADB)
Manage risk (BSBRSK501A)60YesBUSM6228CCity Campus1897 (JADA)
1898 (JADB)
Conduct prosecutions (PSPREG501B)80YesJUST5745CCity Campus1899 (JADA)
1900 (JADB)
 

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Contact details and related links

Program structure enquiries

Irene Pagliarella
Program Manager
+61 3 9925 4581
irene.pagliarella@rmit.edu.au

 

Tony Trevan
Program Coordinator
+61 3 9925 4512
tony.trevan@rmit.edu.au
 

Vocational Education Justice Program Administrator
Building 37, Level 3
guss.ve@rmit.edu.au

School of Global, Urban & Social Studies
411 Swanston Street
Melbourne, Victoria, 3001

 

 

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