4 years full-time
8 years part-time
CSP available (more)
Overall position (OP) 2015
This double degree will give you insights into crime and the criminal justice system. In the psychological science component, you will 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 will study crime trends and learn how crime can be analysed and prevented.
You will 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.
The criminology and criminal justice component of the program will be offered on-campus and off-campus. The psychological science component of the program will be offered on-campus only.
Work-integrated learning activities integrate theoretical learning with its application in the workplace. The inclusion of work-integrated learning activities in the degree program demonstrates Griffith's commitment to preparing its graduates for success in their working life. In this program you will spend 100 hours in an organisational context completing a project for that organization through a field placement. In semester two of your final year you can undertake this unpaid placement which will require one day a week attendance within an organization. Preparation for this course occurs during semester one.
To be classed as a full-time student, you are required to enrol in a minimum number of credit points each semester. This may affect your entitlement to Centrelink benefits. The minimum credit points for full-time enrolment in this program are 30 credit points.
You will find work in probation and parole, community corrections, guidance, health management, family services, counselling, child protection, program and policy development, research and administration.
As a graduate, you may undertake a further year of study (honours or postgraduate) in psychology which will make you eligible for associate membership of the Australian Psychological Society (APS) and general registration, with probationary conditions, as a psychologist in Queensland.
Full registration requires a further two years of approved postgraduate study or supervised on-the-job training with a registered psychologist.
Criminology graduates may be eligible to join the Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology (ANZSOC).
There are placements associated with this program. Students should refer to the checklist of pre-placement and placement requirements for their Health discipline on the Placement Essentials website for full details of the requirements regarding clinical placement to ensure that they meet eligibility for placement.
Note: In the event that there is a difference between the contents published on the Placement Essentials website and the program-specific information published on the Degree and Career Finder/Programs and Courses websites, or where information published on the Placement Essentials website is not in accordance with University Policy, the Degree and Career Finder/Programs and Courses website contents and University Policy shall override the information on the Placement Essentials website.
|Year||Fee category/Band||Fee per CP||Tuition fee per EFTSL (80 cp)|
|2016||FPUG Band 15C||$293.75||$23,500.00|
|2015||FPUG Band 5||$226.00||$18,080.00|
|2014||FPUG Band 5||$217.00||$17,360.00|
Eligible undergraduate fee-paying students may defer their tuition fees by taking out a FEE-HELP loan which is part of the Higher Education Loan Program (HELP). Payment of the loan is via the taxation system when income reaches a specified level.