Curtin University of Technology
Course Learning Outcomes
Adapt the fundamental principles, concepts and techniques in criminology to work with young people and/or adults in custodial and non custodial settings in both individual and collaborative settings.
Apply technology and transliteracy skills to summarise and evaluate quantitative and qualitative research and its application to different contexts in criminology.
Communicate criminological knowledge to express ideas, using both written and oral forms and applying English language proficiency for varied audiences.
Demonstrate accountability for personal outputs and development by reflecting on practices and performance in individual and collaborative settings.
Demonstrate broad technical and theoretical knowledge with depth in theoretical criminology perspectives, principles and legislation required for practice in criminal and social justice professions.
Demonstrate cross cultural awareness and indigenous cultural competence to work with indigenous people and other cultural groups within criminal justice settings.
Demonstrate initiative and judgement to generate ideas and recommend evidence-based solutions for criminological paraprofessional practice.
Identify, analyse, synthesise and act on the theories of criminology and social justice in both national and international jurisdictions.
Interpret and communicate responses to recommend appropriate and sustainable solutions to sometimes complex problems in criminology, applying policies, procedures in ethical, legislative, international and global perspectives.
|Institution Name||Curtin University of Technology|
|Course Duration||Full Time 2 years Start Semester 1 or 2 Part Time 4 years Start Semester 1 or 2|
|Course University||Curtin University of Technology|
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