BH060 - Bachelor of Justice and Criminology (Honours)

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Plan: BH060P16 - Bachelor of Justice and Criminology (Honours)
Campus: City Campus

Learning outcomes

Program Learning Outcomes Statement

On successful completion of the program, you would be able to pursue either higher degree study, or to seek employment in the professional policy formation and implementation sectors. Specifically, as an Honours graduate you will be required to demonstrate the following capabilities:.

  • apply creativity, critical thinking and innovation when identifying and solving justice and criminology problems in diverse contexts
  • critique the value of information and knowledge from a wide variety of sources and experiences and
    reflect on and evaluate their application in justice and criminology research
  • apply a range of social science research methods to design and conduct independent and collaborative
    research, which constructs, tests and defends an argument, and undertake social analysis considering
    the theoretical, historical, local and international contexts of decision making
  • communicate professional ideas using diverse formats and strategies to academic and professional
    audiences within and external to justice and criminology disciplines
  • critically examine dominant literature and theoretical knowledge in justice and criminological fields to
    undertake innovative policy analysis and assess risk in justice and criminological contexts

The capabilities were determined by industry representatives, employers, students and graduates as those most essential for graduates to operate as a capable professional in the field.

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