OR VET qualification
If you receive an OP 1-6 or equivalent and meet subject prerequisites, you are guaranteed a place in this program.
Programs change over time. Course lists and requirements are specific to the year you started studying.
For the award of Bachelor of Forensic Science/Bachelor of Criminology and Criminal Justice (BCCJ/BForSc), you must successfully complete 350 credit points, made up of the core courses AND
You are also required to successfully complete:
This degree may be awarded with Distinction where a student achieves a minimum program GPA of 6.5 with no failed courses. The words 'This award was achieved with Distinction' will be recorded on the testamur.
|Trimester||Course code||Course title||CP|
|Tri 2||1008NSC||Principles of Forensic Investigation||10|
|Tri 2||2022NSC||Forensic Laboratory Accreditation and Quality Systems||10|
|Tri 1||2103NSC||Organic Chemistry||10|
|Tri 1||2007NSC||Human Anatomy||10|
The Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) is the national policy for regulated qualifications in Australian education and training. The Bachelor of Criminology and Criminal Justice and the Bachelor of Forensic Science are accredited as an AQF Level 7 - Bachelor Degree.
Domestic students enrolled in this program whose first language is not English may complete the following English Language Enhancement (ELE) course as an elective.
Students whose first language is English are not permitted to undertake this ELE course.
Program Learning Outcomes communicate to the community the value of the Griffith educational experience as benchmarked against national qualification standards.
Program Learning Outcomes for the Bachelor of Forensic Science and Bachelor of Criminology and Criminal Justice describe the knowledge, skills and the application of knowledge and skills you will acquire through studying the Griffith program of your choice.