Criminology and justice is research-driven. So, having knowledge and skills to undertake crime research is valuable. This course exposes you to the complexities of contemporary crime research methods and provides practical skills to undertake crime-related research projects from conception to a full report. You will be trained in qualitative and quantitative methods using contemporary data analytic software (SPSS and NVIVO), engage with spatial mapping (GIS) and learn how to perform qualitative and quantitative data analysis, interpret and communicate the findings and their implications.
- Course Coordinator Consent Required. Enrolled in AR325, AR363, AR396, AR364, or AB316 and completed 96 units with a minimum cumulative program GPA of 5.
- Semester of offer Subject to change
- Online: Semester 2
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- Band 4D
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- 1.4D: Human Society, Society & Culture, Sport & Recreation
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