C6124 - Advanced Diploma of Justice
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
2017 Enrolment Program Structure
This qualification requires the completion of the following:
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.
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:
In semester 2, you will need to enrol in the following 6 units:
C6124 Core Units - Select ALL Eight (8) Courses
C6124 Elective Units - Select Four (4) Courses
Contact details and related links
Program structure enquiries
+61 3 9925 4581
+61 3 9925 4512
Vocational Education Justice Program Administrator
Building 37, Level 3
School of Global, Urban & Social Studies
411 Swanston Street
Melbourne, Victoria, 3001
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*Semester 1 classes generally commence in February and Semester 2 classes generally commence in July. Please contact your school for more information about specific class start days.
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