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1 CRIMINOLOGY AND LAW UNDERGRADUATE DEGREES GUIDE 2016 Know more. Do more.

2 Welcome to Griffith University Griffith is a top-ranked university with a welcoming atmosphere. We re one of the leading providers of higher education in the Asia Pacific, with a reputation for research and teaching excellence. At Griffith, you ll gain the knowledge you need to create the career you want. Top five reasons to choose Griffith 1 2 Ranked in the top 5% worldwide With highly awarded teaching staff, expert researchers, industry connections, a comprehensive suite of degrees spanning all disciplines, and outstanding campus facilities, Griffith ranks alongside some of the best universities in the world. Five stars for getting a job «««««We ve received five stars in the prestigious QS Stars ratings for graduate employability. At Griffith, you ll gain the academic knowledge you d expect from a world-class university, as well as the skills and confidence that employers want, giving you an edge in the job market Globally connected with an Asia Pacific focus Our degrees have an international focus, preparing you for work almost anywhere in the world. What s more, at Griffith you ll have the opportunity to enrich and diversify your degree with an overseas study experience. A generous scholarship program With over 400 scholarships on offer, Griffith can help make study at university easier. We offer scholarships for academic excellence, equity, accommodation, sports and specific study areas. OP 1 6 guarantee If you achieve an OP 1 6 or an ATAR (or equivalent), we ll reward your hard work with guaranteed entry into most of our degrees. Cover image: Joshua Creamer, Bachelor of Laws.

3 Contents Key dates 2 Find the right degree for you 3 Why study law at Griffith? 4 Law degrees 6 Why study criminology at Griffith? 12 Criminology degrees 14 Student experiences 18 How to apply 22 Scholarships 26 Go global 27 Student services and support 28 Griffith Honours College 30 Griffith Sports College 31 Our campuses 32 Student life 34 Student accommodation 36 Legend Abbreviations and symbols used throughout this guide: G = Gold Coast L = Logan M = Mt Gravatt N = Nathan S = South Bank O = Online This degree is new in 2016 This degree can be studied online QTAC = Queensland Tertiary Admissions Centre UAC = Universities Admissions Centre (NSW-based) OP = Overall position ATAR = Australian Tertiary Admission Rank. In this guide, the ATAR cut-off is listed only for those degrees offered through UAC F = Full-time study P = Part-time study 3F/6P = 3 years full-time, 6 years part-time X = External available GPA = Grade Point Average All GPAs in this publication are on a seven-point grading scale N/A = Not applicable More detailed explanations of terms are on pages University terms explained 38 Take the next step 40 Important note. All information is correct as at May 2015, but is subject to change as content is reviewed and updated.

4 Key dates Applications QTAC applications for 2016 admissions open 4 August 2015 UAC applications for 2016 admissions open 5 August 2015 Scholarship applications open (closing dates vary) mid-july 2015 Queensland Conservatorium audition applications due 17 August 2015 Queensland Conservatorium auditions 28 September 8 October 2015 QTAC and UAC on time applications due 30 September 2015 Queensland Conservatorium QTAC and UAC applications due 30 September GAMSAT registration opens November 2015 Griffith University events Experience Days, Year 12 students May 2015 Griffith University Open Day, Gold Coast 26 July 2015 Griffith University Open Day, Nathan and South Bank 9 August 2015 Visit griffith.edu.au/futurestudents for information about events for specific degrees held on-campus throughout the year. Tertiary expos Reinvent Your Career Expo March 2015 Gold Coast Careers Expo 7 May 2015 Brisbane Careers and Employment Expo May 2015 TSXPO (Tertiary Studies Expo) July 2015 Visit griffith.edu.au/futurestudents for more information about application dates and events Griffith University semester dates Orientation Week, Semester February 2016 Semester 1 29 February 22 June 2016 Orientation Week, Semester July 2016 Semester 2 25 July 18 November 2016 Visit griffith.edu.au/academiccalendar for detailed academic calendars. 2 Criminology and Law Undergraduate Degrees Guide 2016

5 Find the right degree for you Future students website Find out more about your study and entry options, including pathways, scholarships and bonus entry schemes, along with information about financing your study, support services and getting into Griffith. griffith.edu.au/futurestudents Open Days At Open Day, you ll get a taste of student life, experience our campuses, learn more about our comprehensive range of degrees and meet the people who teach them. Gold Coast 26 July 2015 Nathan and South Bank 9 August 2015 griffith.edu.au/openday Degree and career finder Explore our comprehensive range of degrees online. You can search by degree, career or course and find out everything you need to know, from prerequisites and course options to fees and how to apply. griffith.edu.au/degree-career-finder Future Students Centre Contact our admissions team at any time to discuss your study questions. Phone: (toll free) griffith.edu.au/ask-us 3

6 Why study law at Griffith? griffith.edu.au/criminology-law Study among the best When you study law at Griffith, you re studying among the world s best. Griffith Law School has been ranked among the top 100 law schools in the 2014 / 2015 QS World University Rankings. You ll learn from award-winning teachers, who have been recognised nationally for their outstanding work. The QS World University Rankings ranks universities across the world, as determined by surveys of leading academic experts and employers who recruit graduates they regard as outstanding in their field. Gain a global perspective You ll be equipped with knowledge of the world beyond our borders. Through courses in global law, exchanges to partner universities in North America, Europe or Asia, and numerous opportunities to participate in international competitions, you ll graduate with valuable international experience and a global perspective. Experience law beyond the classroom At Griffith Law School, we are deeply committed to social justice and believe in law as a powerful instrument of change. That s why we prepare you to deal with contemporary issues through exposure to practical clinics. The Griffith Legal Clinic program offers the broadest range of clinical options in Australia. You ll have an opportunity to engage in legal practice, policy work and community legal education with our wideranging clinic partners. You ll gain hands-on experience in a structured environment, working with real clients and cases. Be in demand Griffith Law School graduates are leaders in a wide variety of sectors and are held in high regard in Australia and internationally. Our law degrees equip you with in-depth knowledge of legal principles, plus the practical skills to pave the way to a rewarding legal career. You ll also have the opportunity to network with a cross-section of Queensland s legal community at regular events. Throughout your degree, our industry liaison and graduate placement officer will help you identify your career goals and provide you with the resources essential to graduate success. 4 Criminology and Law Undergraduate Degrees Guide 2016

7 Joshua Creamer, Bachelor of Laws Joshua Creamer started his legal career as an associate to the late Justice Dutney in the Supreme Court of Queensland, straight after graduating from Griffith Law School. Now a barrister-at-law in a national legal practice, Joshua is one of just four Indigenous barristers in Queensland. He is dedicated to advancing the interests of Indigenous Australians and his practice includes native title, mining law and civil and human rights. The 2013 Arts, Education and Law Outstanding Alumnus of the Year is also the Chairman of Titans 4 Tomorrow, which supports Indigenous people and communities through improved education and employment outcomes. Ultimately we re trying to create opportunities using the power of sport, he said. In 2014, he was appointed to the Australian Rugby League Indigenous Council and in 2013 he was appointed to the Advisory Board of the Queensland Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Foundation. What I learnt about law at Griffith is that it s not just about yourself, he said. Griffith University gave me the skills necessary to change my world and the world of those around me. 5

8 Code Campus Duration Start Semester Prerequisites Cut offs 2015 QTAC UAC QTAC UAC OP Rank ATAR Bachelor of Laws G N/A N 4F/8P 3F 1 English (4,SA) Assumed: any two units of English F/8P 3F 1 English (4,SA) N/A 9 81 N/A Bachelor of Laws (graduate entry) N/A G 3F/6P N/A N 3F/6P 1 Non-law bachelor degree or equivalent with a minimum GPA of 4 on a 7-point scale Non-law bachelor degree or equivalent with a minimum GPA of 4 on a 7-point scale N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A You may choose to fast-track your four-year Bachelor of Laws degree by studying additional subjects each semester, giving you the opportunity to graduate in as little as three years. What you ll study You ll develop an understanding of the core areas of legal practice and gain the skills that lawyers must have, such as critical analysis of law, negotiation, written and oral advocacy and legal writing. You ll study all courses required for admission to legal practice. You can also choose from a range of exciting electives across five areas: global law and governance; law and commerce; environment and social justice; theories and contexts of law; and clinical and professional legal practice, which includes clinical courses that emphasise practical legal skills, insights and experience. Through the Griffith legal clinic, you ll have the opportunity to gain hands-on experience in a structured environment, working with real clients and cases. The Griffith legal clinic program offers the broadest range of clinical options in Australia and you can engage in legal practice, policy work and community legal education with our wide-ranging clinic partners. Honours High achieving students will have the option of completing their final year of study at honours level, and will submit a thesis demonstrating advanced, independent and original research in an area they re passionate about. Undertaking honours can advance your knowledge in a specialist area of law, build valuable research skills, and enhance your employment opportunities. You ll also qualify to undertake a higher degree by research. Talented students who do not wish to undertake honours can choose to graduate with distinction on the basis of a high grade point average. Professional recognition The Griffith Law School Bachelor of Laws (LLB) degree satisfies the academic requirements for admission to legal practice. Completing your LLB is the first step towards being admitted as a legal practitioner. To be admitted, you must undertake additional legal training and meet the requirements of the Legal Practitioners Boards of the various Australian states and territories. Career opportunities This degree opens up a range of career opportunities within and beyond the legal environment. After gaining professional recognition, you ll be prepared for a career as a solicitor or barrister. Your degree could also pave the way for work as a lawyer for a law firm or large Australian or international corporation, a barrister representing clients in court, a policymaker or law reformer working in the government or community sector, a human rights defender, or for a non-legal career as a journalist, politician, investment banker or management consultant. You could find opportunities in areas such as academia, administration, banking, finance, industrial relations, management and marketing. As the principal solicitor of Women s Legal Service Queensland, Bachelor of Laws graduate Kara Cook s work involves looking after legal matters for women who are victims of domestic violence and/or have complex family law matters. The Law Council of Australia s 2014 Young Lawyer of the Year said being able to raise community awareness of domestic violence and women s issues was great. I enjoyed my time at Griffith and its focus on social justice issues. It gave me an opportunity to pursue those interests through my study. 6 Criminology and Law Undergraduate Degrees Guide 2016

9 Double degrees Code Campus Duration Start Semester Prerequisites Cut offs 2015 QTAC UAC QTAC UAC OP Rank ATAR Bachelor of Laws/Bachelor of Arts G 5.5F 1 English (4,SA) Assumed: any two units of English N/A N 5.5F 1 English (4,SA) N/A 9 81 N/A What you ll study If you want to play a role in the influential media industry or the arts, this double degree will suit you. You ll learn about contemporary culture and society, media and the arts, and languages and cultures. You ll also develop the skills and knowledge needed for a career in law. On graduation, you may choose to specialise in law, combine your skills to work as a specialist media or arts lawyer, or use your arts qualification to explore a wider spectrum. Majors For the arts component, you ll have the option to choose a major and develop specialist expertise in contemporary fields such as journalism, public relations, security studies or criminal justice. Or, you can study more traditional fields such as sociology, history and literary studies. See page 6 for details on the law degree component. Professional recognition Completing the Bachelor of Laws is the first step towards being admitted as a legal practitioner. To be admitted, you must undertake additional legal training and meet the requirements of the Legal Practitioners Boards of the various Australian states and territories. Career opportunities Your dual qualifications will prepare you for a career in legal practice, specialising in media or arts law, other areas of law, or in the arts, media organisations, business or government. Code Campus Duration Start Semester Prerequisites Cut offs 2015 QTAC UAC QTAC UAC OP Rank ATAR Bachelor of Laws/Bachelor of Business G 5.5F 1 English (4,SA) Assumed: any two units of English N/A N 5.5F 1 English (4,SA) N/A 9 81 N/A What you ll study With this double degree, you ll develop an understanding of the fundamentals of business and specialised legal skills. As a graduate, you ll be prepared to help organisations make crucial decisions that can affect their success. Majors In the business component, you ll learn about core business concepts in your first year. From your second year onwards, you ll focus on your chosen major. Business majors include Employment Relations, Human Resource Management, International Management, Logistics, Management, Marketing and Supply Network Management. See page 6 for details on the law degree component. Professional recognition Completing the Bachelor of Laws is the first step towards being admitted as a legal practitioner. To be admitted, you must undertake additional legal training and meet the requirements of the Legal Practitioners Boards of the various Australian states and territories. Depending on your business major, you may also be eligible for admission into one or more of these professional bodies: Australian Human Resources Institute Australian Marketing Institute Chartered Institute of Purchasing and Supply. Career opportunities You ll be prepared for a career in professional legal practice, commerce and industry, human resources, marketing, management, or the public service. Law degrees 7

10 Double degrees cont. Code Campus Duration Start Semester Prerequisites Cut offs 2015 QTAC UAC QTAC UAC OP Rank ATAR Bachelor of Laws/Bachelor of Commerce G 5.5F 1 English (4,SA) Assumed: any two units of English N/A N 5.5F 1 English (4,SA) N/A 9 81 N/A What you ll study In this double degree, you ll develop a sound understanding of law and commerce. You ll learn about the complex relationship between legal and commercial business practices specific to the major you choose. Majors In the commerce component, you ll learn about core business concepts in your first year. From your second year onwards, you ll focus on your chosen major. Commerce majors include Accounting, Economics, Finance and Financial Planning. See page 6 for details on the law degree component. Professional recognition Completing the Bachelor of Laws is the first step towards being admitted as a legal practitioner. To be admitted, you must undertake additional legal training and meet the requirements of the Legal Practitioners Boards of the various Australian states and territories. Depending on your commerce major, you may be eligible for admission into one or more of these professional bodies: CPA Australia Financial Planning Association of Australia The Economic Society of Australia (Queensland) Inc Career opportunities You ll be prepared for a career in professional legal practice, commerce and industry or the public service. Code Campus Duration Start Semester Prerequisites Cut offs 2015 QTAC UAC QTAC UAC OP Rank ATAR Bachelor of Laws/Bachelor of Criminology and Criminal Justice G 5.5F 1 English (4,SA) Assumed: any two units of English N/A M/N 5.5F 1 English (4,SA) N/A 9 81 N/A What you ll study Criminology deals with the causes of crime and the treatment of criminals, making it of natural interest to criminal lawyers. In this double degree, you ll develop the academic and professional knowledge, and analytical and practical skills you ll need for a professional career in law, criminology and criminal justice. You ll also gain an understanding of the complex environments in which crime occurs and the changing nature of the legal responses that must be applied. See pages 6 and 14 for detailed descriptions of the individual components of this double degree. Professional recognition Completing the Bachelor of Laws is the first step towards being admitted as a legal practitioner. To be admitted, you must undertake additional legal training and meet the requirements of the Legal Practitioners Boards of the various Australian states and territories. As a graduate of the Bachelor of Criminology and Criminal Justice, you ll be eligible to join the Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology. Career opportunities You ll be prepared for a career in the legal profession, with a special interest in public law or international issues. You ll also find employment in areas such as diplomacy, strategic analysis or trade relations, or in businesses with overseas profiles and international aid and non-government organisations. 8 Criminology and Law Undergraduate Degrees Guide 2016

11 Code Campus Duration Start Semester Prerequisites Cut offs 2015 QTAC UAC QTAC UAC OP Rank ATAR Bachelor of Laws/Bachelor of Government and International Relations G 5.5F 1 English (4,SA) Assumed: any two units of English N/A N 5.5F 1 English (4,SA) N/A 9 81 N/A What you ll study Combining government and international relations and law will help you develop a solid understanding of the world we live in. You ll learn about the forces that shape politics, public administration and international affairs. In the law component, you ll study within a number of special subject areas called vertical subjects. Through these subjects, you ll make connections between law and ethics, legal theory, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander issues, and internationalisation. You ll also develop interdisciplinary understandings of law and legal work. In the government and international relations component, you will learn about political institutions and processes, business-government relations, and foreign policy and globalisation. In your first year, you will develop your understanding of politics and international relations. In your second and third years, you will expand this knowledge and complete either a parliamentary internship or a work placement. Professional recognition Completing the Bachelor of Laws is the first step towards being admitted as a legal practitioner. To be admitted, you must undertake additional legal training and meet the requirements of the Legal Practitioners Boards of the various Australian states and territories. Career opportunities You ll be prepared for a career in the legal profession, with a special interest in public law or international issues. You ll also find employment in areas such as diplomacy, strategic analysis or trade relations, or in businesses with overseas profiles, and international aid and non-government organisations. Code Campus Duration Start Semester Prerequisites Cut offs 2015 QTAC UAC QTAC UAC OP Rank ATAR Bachelor of Laws/Bachelor of International Business G 5.5F 1 English (4,SA) Assumed: any two units of English N/A N 5.5F 1 English (4,SA) N/A 9 81 N/A What you ll study If you re keen to gain legal qualifications and work in an international context, then this combined degree will suit you. It will be particularly useful if you want to work for an Australian company, organisation or legal firm operating globally or for an international company. As well as developing law and business knowledge, you ll gain skills in marketing, trade analysis and international finance. In the international business component, you ll learn about the culture and business practices of Australia s international trading partners and develop an appreciation of the social, cultural and political dimensions of global business. See page 6 for a description of the law component. Professional recognition Completing the Bachelor of Laws is the first step towards being admitted as a legal practitioner. To be admitted, you must undertake additional legal training and meet the requirements of the Legal Practitioners Boards of the various Australian states and territories. Career opportunities You ll be equipped to act as an advisor to, or to take a key role within, corporations engaged in international trade in Australia and overseas. Law degrees 9

12 Double degrees cont. Code Campus Duration Start Semester Prerequisites Cut offs 2015 QTAC UAC QTAC UAC OP Rank ATAR Bachelor of Laws/Bachelor of Psychological Science G 5.5F 1 English (4,SA) Assumed: any two units of English N/A M/N 5.5F 1 English (4,SA) N/A 9 81 N/A What you ll study Combining law with psychological science will give you a unique skill set that will prepare you for work either in the community sector or in commerce and industry. You ll also develop analytical, research and communication skills. In the psychological science component, you ll learn how to apply psychological theories to topics such as thinking and perceiving, motivation, stress, health, criminal activity, and group behaviour. You ll also learn how to evaluate and understand tests that measure intellectual, behavioural and emotional states. You ll develop interpersonal and communication skills and learn about the principles of counselling and core areas of psychology. You ll learn how to help people with personal, health, vocational and social difficulties. You ll undertake a professional practice placement to enhance your skills. Visit griffith.edu.au/health/placement-essentials for details. See page 6 for a description of the law component. Professional recognition Completing the Bachelor of Laws is the first step towards being admitted as a legal practitioner. To be admitted, you must undertake additional legal training and meet the requirements of the Legal Practitioners Boards of the various Australian states and territories. As a psychology graduate, you can choose to undertake an honours year in psychology, making you eligible for associate membership of the Australian Psychological Society and provisional registration as a psychologist with the Psychology Board of Australia. Career opportunities You ll be prepared for work in community legal centres or in other support organisations and in business organisations. You ll also be well positioned to seek a career in forensic psychology. Code Campus Duration Start Semester Prerequisites Cut offs 2015 QTAC UAC QTAC UAC OP Rank ATAR Bachelor of Laws/Bachelor of Science in Environment G 5.5F N/A N 5.5F 1 English (4,SA), Maths A or B (4,SA) Recommended: one of Biology, Chemistry or Physics English (4,SA), Maths A or B (4,SA) Recommended: one of Biology, Chemistry or Physics Mathematics General 2 or Mathematics Assumed: any two units of English Recommended: one of Biology, Chemistry or Physics N/A 9 81 N/A What you ll study Environmental problems generally involve issues of science, technology, economics, law and human values. In this double degree, you ll explore how understanding these issues can help resolve environmental problems. Specialisations In the science component, you ll have the option to specialise in either Aquatic Ecosystems, Environmental Science, Environmental Sustainability, Marine Biology or Wildlife Biology. You ll study courses such as Environmental Politics and Policy, Ecological Theory and Practice, Advanced Environmental and Planning Law, Resolving Environmental Issues, and Understanding Climate Change. See page 6 for a description of the law component. Professional recognition Completing the Bachelor of Laws is the first step towards being admitted as a legal practitioner. To be admitted, you must undertake additional legal training and meet the requirements of the Legal Practitioners Boards of the various Australian states and territories. Career opportunities You ll be prepared for professional practice in environmental and planning law, and careers in government, industry, environmental organisations and development companies. 10 Criminology and Law Undergraduate Degrees Guide 2016

13 Code Campus Duration Start Semester Prerequisites Cut offs 2015 QTAC UAC QTAC UAC OP Rank ATAR Bachelor of Pharmacology and Toxicology/Bachelor of Laws G 5.5F 1 English (4,SA), Maths B or C (4,SA) plus one of Biology, Chemistry or Physics (4,SA) Mathematics or HSC Mathematics Extension 1 or HSC Mathematics Extension 2, plus one of Biology, Chemistry or Physics Assumed: any two units of English NEW IN 2016 What you ll study You ll develop legal skills and knowledge that will enhance your career opportunities in the pharmaceutical, biotechnology and related industries, particularly in the specialist legal areas of drug regulation, registration and patent protection. In the pharmacology and toxicology component, you ll learn about drugs and medicines and how they act on the body. See page 6 for a description of the law component. Professional recognition Completing the Bachelor of Laws is the first step towards being admitted as a legal practitioner. To be admitted, you must undertake additional legal training and meet the requirements of the Legal Practitioners Boards of the various Australian states and territories. To seek registration as a pharmacist, you must also complete the Master of Pharmacy degree, complete 48 weeks of pharmacist intern training and comply with all other statutory requirements. Career opportunities You will be prepared for a career as a solicitor or barrister, after gaining professional recognition. You will find opportunities in business and government in many areas. You will be particularly well qualified to work in the pharmaceutical, biotechnology, nutraceutical and related industries, or in government agencies, in the areas of drug registration, pharmaceutical regulation and patent protection. As a graduate, you ll be also be eligible for direct entry into the Master of Pharmacy, which will lead to registration as a pharmacist following an internship year. This will prepare you for work as a community or hospital pharmacy manager, or as the manager of your own pharmacy. Paul Weaver chose to study law and commerce because he loves to argue. His debating skills have shone in a number of mooting competitions, coming second in the Australian Red Cross International Humanitarian Moot and being selected to represent Griffith in the Vis International Commercial Law Moot. When I graduate I want to begin my career as a barrister and put my Griffith experiences to use, he said. Law degrees 11

14 Why study criminology at Griffith? griffith.edu.au/criminology-law Proven teaching and flexible study options Students rate our degrees among the best in Australia for overall satisfaction and teaching quality. Our highly awarded teachers and innovative courses will help you launch your criminal justice career. You can choose to study on-campus, online or a combination of both to suit you, giving you the chance to fit your learning style with your lifestyle. Largest and internationally renowned Our School of Criminology and Criminal Justice is one of the largest and fastest growing communities of criminology and criminal justice scholars in the world. We are internationally renowned for our ground-breaking research, innovative and flexible teaching, and close collaboration with practitioners and employers. Griffith criminology draws on expertise in sociology, psychology, law, public policy, information technology, geography, history and social work, giving you the opportunity to pursue your area of interest. Professional practice makes perfect Our criminology professional practice course gives you an insight into the criminal justice profession through working in an agency matched to your interests. Industry partners include agencies in policing, communities, health, justice, security and corrections. You ll develop skills and experience working on real projects. Canadian Kristian Dumitrescu always dreamed of joining the Toronto Police, but says his Bachelor of Criminology and Criminal Justice degree has made him aware of many other career options. I attended the Australian Institute of Criminology student forum in Canberra and that really opened my eyes to the research side of policing, says Kristian, who spent time researching within the Australian Research Council (ARC) Centre of Excellence in Policing and Security, which is based at Griffith. This would not have happened had I not come to Griffith. It s been a great adventure, he said. 12 Criminology and Law Undergraduate Degrees Guide 2016

15 Robert Grimshaw, Bachelor of Criminology and Criminal Justice A professional placement with the Brisbane City Council during his study was the steppingstone to a career in crime for Robert Grimshaw. As part of his honours degree, the Bachelor of Criminology and Criminal Justice graduate worked with the Brisbane City Council on a project observing and evaluating the relationship between queuing and violence. After his BCC placement Robert worked in an evaluation team in child safety, then worked for the Department of Premier and Cabinet on the Drink Safe Precinct program looking at alcohol-related and youth-justice violence. Robert credits the research and project management skills he developed at Griffith in helping his career. Research and evaluation is important to inform the policy development and I would like to continue to further my career in this area. Now with with the Office of Commonwealth Games Delivery, he liaises with government and non-government departments to evaluate and monitor the legacy benefits of the 2018 Commonwealth Games. I really enjoyed my time at Griffith. The close networks made with peers and staff continue to this day. I enjoy catching up with them at formal and informal events. I m really excited to be working on such an important and high profile event the biggest that will be held in Australia this decade. 13

16 Code Campus Duration Start Semester Prerequisites Cut offs 2015 QTAC UAC QTAC UAC OP Rank ATAR Bachelor of Criminology and Criminal Justice G/X 3F/6P 1/2 English (4,SA) Assumed: any two units of English N/A M/X 3F/6P 1/2 English (4,SA) N/A N/A What you ll study In this specialised degree, you ll learn about the causes of crime and society s response through the justice system to address them. Criminology draws on insights from many fields of study, including psychology, law, sociology, politics and social work. In your first year, you ll gain a broad understanding of these areas. You ll learn about trends in crime in Australia and overseas, studying courses about police, courts and criminal law, forensic psychology and homicide. You ll hear from academic and professional experts about how crime can be prevented and reduced. In your second and third years, you ll have the flexibility to specialise with elective courses in areas such as policing, working with offenders and victims, youth justice, and crime analysis and prevention. You can also choose some non-criminology electives, for example in languages, journalism and international relations. You ll also have opportunities to study abroad and receive credit for your degree. In your final year, you ll have the option to complete a professional placement and gain practical justice-related experience. Our professional practice course gives you an insight into the criminal justice profession through working in an agency matched to your interests. Industry partners include agencies in policing, communities, health, justice, security and corrections. You ll develop real skills and experience working on real projects. We are leaders in online criminology education, and you can choose to mix and match courses on-campus and online to suit your commitments. Our lecturers provide support and encouragement however you choose to study. Career opportunities You ll find opportunities in policing and security, intelligence, probation and parole, child protection, crime analysis, courts and justice services, crime prevention and regulatory agencies. You ll be prepared for a career in areas such as law enforcement, working directly with offenders in welfare and counselling roles, and in criminological research and policy roles. Professional recognition As a graduate, you ll be eligible to join the Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology. Despite losing her sight shortly after she began her criminology and criminal justice degree, giving up was never an option for Samantha Alexander. When I started university I could still read text books, so not being able to read print was very confronting, she said. With the help of Griffith s Disability Support Services, Samantha taught herself how to use voice-recognition and speech software. Her persistence paid off as she maintained a high distinction average. Now my drive in life is to help people, particularly the Aboriginal population. 14 Criminology and Law Undergraduate Degrees Guide 2016

17 Double degrees Code Campus Duration Start Semester Prerequisites Cut offs 2015 QTAC UAC QTAC UAC OP Rank ATAR Bachelor of Forensic Science/Bachelor of Criminology and Criminal Justice N/A M/N 4F 1 English (4,SA), Maths B (4,SA) Recommended: Biology, Chemistry or Physics N/A N/A What you ll study With this double degree combination, you ll develop a broad understanding of how crime is managed in society. In the forensic science component, you ll learn about handling criminal casework in forensic biology and forensic chemistry. In the criminology and criminal justice component, you ll learn about trends in crime and investigate how crime can be prevented and reduced. Professional recognition As a graduate, you ll be eligible to join the Australian and New Zealand Forensic Science Society, the Royal Australian Chemical Institute and the Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology. Career opportunities You ll be prepared for a career as a forensic scientist or in policing, corrections, security and law enforcement, customs and crime prevention. You ll also be qualified to work in fields such as molecular biology, analytical chemistry and biomedical science. You may also choose to continue your studies with an honours degree in either forensic science or criminology and criminal justice, which can lead to a PhD. Code Campus Duration Start Semester Prerequisites Cut offs 2015 QTAC UAC QTAC UAC OP Rank ATAR Bachelor of Human Services/Bachelor of Criminology and Criminal Justice N/A L/M 4F/8P 1 English (4,SA) N/A N/A X* 4F/8P 1 English (4,SA) Assumed: any two units of English NEW * Students in the external mode of this degree study the Bachelor of Human Services online, except for three compulsory five-day, face-to-face intensive courses. Places in this external study mode are limited and at the discretion of the University. What you ll study In this double degree, you ll develop an understanding of the vital importance of human services within Australia s legal and social systems. You ll be prepared for work in areas such as community development, welfare services and correctional services. You ll learn from the latest research and from experts with strong links to the health sector, government and community. You ll have the opportunity to use this knowledge to carry out supervised practice in a real-world human services setting in your final year professional practice placement. Visit griffith.edu.au/health/placement-essentials for details. Professional recognition As a graduate, you ll be eligible to join the Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology. Career opportunities You ll find work in areas such as welfare services, family support, mental health services, correctional services, policy development and research, rehabilitation services, women s services, and youth work. You ll also find opportunities in policing and security, probation and parole, child protection, crime analysis, courts and justice services and crime prevention regulatory agencies. Criminology degrees 15

18 Double degrees cont. Code Campus Duration Start Semester Prerequisites Cut offs 2015 QTAC UAC QTAC UAC OP Rank ATAR Bachelor of Laws/Bachelor of Criminology and Criminal Justice G 5.5F 1 English (4,SA) Assumed: any two units of English N/A M/N 5.5F 1 English (4,SA) N/A 9 81 N/A See pages 6 and 14 for descriptions of degrees. Code Campus Duration Start Semester Prerequisites Cut offs 2015 QTAC UAC QTAC UAC OP Rank ATAR Bachelor of Psychological Science/Bachelor of Criminology and Criminal Justice G 4F/8P 1 English (4,SA) Assumed: any two units of English NEW N/A M 4F/8P 1 English (4,SA) N/A N/A What you ll study This double degree will give you insights into crime and the criminal justice system. In the psychological science component, you ll develop an understanding of human behaviour and the variables that affect it, which will help you understand how people can get caught up in the criminal justice system. In the criminology and criminal justice component, you ll study crime trends and learn how crime can be analysed and prevented. You ll have the option to complete a professional practice placement one day a week in your final year to gain experience in a justice-related workplace. Professional recognition As a psychology graduate, you can choose to undertake an honours year in psychology, making you eligible for associate membership of the Australian Psychological Society and provisional registration as a psychologist with the Psychology Board of Australia. As a criminology and criminal justice graduate, you ll be eligible to join the Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology. Career opportunities You ll find work in probation and parole, community corrections, guidance, health management, family services, counselling, child protection, program and policy development, research and administration. 16 Criminology and Law Undergraduate Degrees Guide 2016

19 Kasey Swank, Christine Carney and Taylor Reeve Criminology and criminal justice students Christine Carney, Kasey Swank and Taylor Reeve were recognised by the Queensland Police Service (QPS) for their work in contributing to the successful G20 Summit. The third-year students completed a professional practice placement with the QPS in the lead-up to the G20 Summit in November They were presented with their awards at a ceremony at QPS Headquarters in Brisbane, in the presence of the Queensland Police Commissioner Ian Stewart. Inspector Rob McCall has been supervising QPS student placements from Griffith s School of Criminology and Criminal Justice for a number of years. At the time of G20, he was the Acting Superintendent of Support Services for the G20 Group. The professional practice placement for the three students occurred at an exceptional time for the QPS and the fact that all three students were then able to enter the Volunteer in Policing Programme during the G20 event gave them a unique insight into the organisation during arguably the largest security operation in Australia s history. Their lecturer, Miria Bastock, said they applied themselves to a range of learning opportunities presented to them during their placement. This award recognises their ongoing commitment to being involved with policing and community activities. Criminology degrees 17

20 Student experiences Griffith Law School The Willem C Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot Each year, students compete for a coveted spot on the Vis Moot team. Successful students travel to either Hong Kong or Vienna, where they can display their legal skills and compete against teams from prestigious law schools across the globe. Griffith Law School s most recent competing team was the top-ranked Australian team and received an honourable mention for their written memorandum of argument for both claimant and respondent. Since 2007 our students have consistently ranked in the top three speakers. Jessica Musulin (pictured below) received an honourable mention for her excellent performance as an individual oralist when she took part in the Vis Moot. Meet the Profession At this annual event, Griffith Law School students can network with a cross section of Queensland s legal community and gain insights from notable keynote speakers. Previous speakers have included former Prime Minister Kevin Rudd and Queensland Governor Paul de Jersey. Griffith Legal Clinic Program Established in 1995, the Griffith Legal Clinic Program offers the broadest range of clinical options of any Australian law school. You ll have an opportunity to engage in legal practice, policy work and community legal education with our clinic partners, including community legal centres, private legal firms, barristers, Legal Aid and government agencies. You ll develop practical skills through hands-on experience at the same time as gaining greater awareness of professional ethics and responsibilities. Most recently, we have developed Australia s first Street Law program, with our students presenting innovative and interactive sessions in local high schools. Jessica Musulin Meet the Profession event 18 Criminology and Law Undergraduate Degrees Guide 2016

21 The Innocence Project The Innocence Project is a pro-bono project that brings together lawyers, academics and Griffith law students to work to free innocent people who have been wrongly convicted in Australia. Students work under the guidance of academics and the instruction of legal practitioners from the firm Nyst Lawyers. Find out more at griffith.edu.au/criminology-law/ innocence-project Honours College High achieving students are invited to apply to the Griffith Honours College. This program complements your degree by offering extracurricular experiences that develop your abilities in areas sought after by employers: leadership, teamwork and communication, global perspective, research and industry skills. See page 30 to find out more. The Griffith Journal of Law and Human Dignity This student-run law journal is committed to advancing the values of personal freedom and human dignity through fearless and novel scholarship that lies at the heart of law, social justice and civil liberty. The journal embodies Griffith s commitment to rigorous critical legal scholarship that seeks positive social change for the silenced, disenfranchised and marginalised. View articles at griffithlawjournal.org Study overseas Griffith Law School students have travelled all over the world to expand their horizons studying at one of our many partner institutions. In 2014, seven Griffith University students were awarded the prestigious New Colombo Plan scholarship to study at leading universities in Japan, Hong Kong and China. Law and criminology and criminal justice double degree student Matthew Sharp (pictured below) is now studying at the University of Hong Kong on a New Colombo Plan Scholarship, worth $67,000. This scholarship provides a fantastic opportunity to develop a unique perspective on law and criminology in Hong Kong, while also allowing me to keep up to date with the core material being taught in Australia. My experiences to date have increased my interest not only in criminology and the law but in justice and security, he said. Matthew Sharp, Bachelor of Laws/Bachelor of Criminology and Criminal Justice 19

22 Student experiences School of Criminology and Criminal Justice Academic Excellence Society The School of Criminology s new Academic Excellence Society (ACES) provides unique opportunities for first year students with an OP 1 6, and second and third year students with a grade point average of 6 or higher. Members receive exclusive perks including access to conference sponsorships, academic mentoring, career guidance and meetings with industry professionals. Criminology Student Society The Criminology Student Society aims to enrich the academic and social experiences of students. The student-run society organises academic events such as prison visits and workplace tours, as well as social events, such as an annual student ball. Mentoring We can help with your studies and career development through mentoring and study assistance programs, including the Griffith Industry Mentoring Program and peer assisted study sessions (PASS). PASS is a free program that offers structured and enjoyable group learning sessions for selected courses. The weekly one-hour study sessions begin in week two and run all semester. The sessions are facilitated by students who have previously achieved excellent results in the course and who have attained national accreditation for their role as PASS Leader. Find out more at griffith.edu.au/students/ peer-assisted-study-sessions/ study-sessions/arts-education-law The Griffith Industry Mentoring Program can match you with an experienced professional from industry, giving you firsthand insights into their chosen profession. Find out more at griffith.edu.au/ careers-employment/for-students/ industry-mentoring-program Learning on the job Learning on the job through our Work Integrated Learning (WiL) program is an important part of our Bachelor of Criminology and Criminal Justice. In your final year, you can complete the Professional Practice course, which offers eligible students the opportunity to work with leading employers such as the Queensland Police Service, Probation and Parole, and the Griffith Youth Forensic Health Service. Professional Practice enabled Sam Gillespie to not only put what she had learned into practice, but also helped her start her career. Sam completed her professional practice at the ARC Centre of Excellence in Policing and Security (CEPS), in conjunction with the Australian Institute of Criminology (AIC) and has gone on to work as a Research Assistant at CEPS. My placement gave me the opportunity to make a trip to the AIC in Canberra for a week to work on my placement project, where I had the chance to network, develop practical skills and increase my knowledge in the field of organised crime, said Sam. Criminology students Laura McDonald, Jacqueline Fuller and Willow Bryant 20 Criminology and Law Undergraduate Degrees Guide 2016

23 Lucy Forrester, criminology and criminal justice student Careers evenings Discover the exciting criminology career paths and hear from graduates about their experience at Griffith University at our criminology careers evenings. You ll learn more about the degree and find out where it can lead you. You ll also have the chance to speak to representatives from the industry bodies that employ our graduates and hear what it is like to work in the field from state and federal policing and intelligence, to corrective services, anti-corruption bodies, the corporate world and beyond. Study overseas You can spend one or two semesters studying at a partner university or participate in a short-term or study abroad program. See page 27 for more information. The School of Criminology and Criminal Justice Study Abroad Scholarship provides financial support of up to $5000 for Bachelor of Criminology and Criminal Justice students to study criminology-related subjects overseas. Criminology student Lucy Forrester (pictured below) enjoyed a six-month study exchange to the University of Arizona. My study abroad at University of Arizona was the best and most influential six months of my life. During my time abroad I had the experience of true college life, becoming a part of a family-like community, learning a lot about both American culture and myself. This opportunity allowed me to establish connections overseas, travel and explore the states, and make friendships of a lifetime, Lucy said. Scholarships and awards Griffith offers a wide range of scholarships to help with the costs of course fees, textbooks, accommodation and living expenses. See page 26 for details. The School of Criminology and Criminal Justice also offers up to four honours scholarships for highly motivated students who have an interest in pursuing a research career in criminology. Industry conferences As a criminology and criminal justice student, you ll have the opportunity to attend industry conferences and hear from national and international experts. For example, in 2014, students attended the Homicide: Precursors and Prevention conference presented by the Griffith University Violence Research and Prevention Program, which was held in partnership with the Australian Institute of Criminology. Sam Gillespie, criminology and criminal justice student 21

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