Bachelor of Criminal Justice - Award Regulations - University of Canterbury - New Zealand

Schedule B to the Regulations for the Degree of Bachelor of Criminal Justice

The following regulations apply to students commencing study within the 2018 academic year. For previously published regulations, refer to the Calendar archive (Academic Services website). Find key terms in the Glossary of terms.

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Elective Courses

Course Code

Course Title

CRJU 210 Special Topic
CRJU 304 Research Essay in Criminal Justice
CRJU 307 Issues in Policing, Prosecution and Alternatives to Prosecution
CRJU 308 The Principles of Evidence
CRJU 309 International Criminal Law
CRJU 310 Special Topic
CRJU 311 Transnational Criminal Law
CRJU 312 Contemporary Issues in Criminal Law and Procedure
HIST 295 Crime, Criminology and Policing in Modern Europe since 1750
HIST 395 Crime, Criminology and Policing in Modern Europe since 1750
HSRV 201 Communication in the Human Services
HSRV 203 Policy Debates in the Social Services
HSRV 206 Child Protection Practice
LAWS 378 Genetics, Neuroscience and the Criminal Law
LING 225 Forensic Linguistics
PHIL 240 Bioethics: Life, Death, and Medicine
PSYC 206 Research Design and Statistics
PSYC 208 Cognition
PSYC 211 Personality
PSYC 335 Abnormal Psychology
PSYC 336 Industrial and Organisational Psychology

One of:

Course Code

Course Title

HSRV 302 Qualitative Social Research
HSRV 305 Quantitative Research Methods for the Human Services
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