Associate Degree in Policing (exit only) (1930)
- Western Sydney University Program Code: 1930
- AQF Level: 6
CRICOS Code: 113852E
The Associate Degree in Policing is an early exit point from the Bachelor of Policing. Qualification for this award requires the successful completion of 160 credit points in the first two years of the Bachelor of Policing as detailed in the structure tab.
Two years full-time and four years part-time.
Prospective students should visit the following websites for general enquiries about this program.
|Liverpool Campus||Full-time||Internal||Dr Ashlee Gore|
|Liverpool Campus||Part-time||Internall||Dr Ashlee Gore|
|Penrith Campus||Full-time||Internal||Dr Erin Kruger|
|Penrith Campus||Part-time||Internal||Dr Erin Kruger|
This program is an exit point only from program 1844 Bachelor of Policing.
Qualification for this award requires the successful completion of 160 credit points including the subjects listed below.
|Autumn session||Credit Points|
|BEHV 1021||The Individual in Society||10|
|CULT 1024||Introduction to Criminal Justice||10|
|BEHV 2008||Mental Health in the Community||10|
|CULT 1017||Understanding Society||10|
|HUMN 1060||Introduction to Indigenous Australia: Peoples, Places and Philosophies||10|
|HUMN 1041||People, Place and Social Difference||10|
|CULT 1005||Crime, Deviance and Society||10|
|JUST 1003||Policing Practices||10|
|HUMN 2066||Investigating and Communicating Social Problems||10|
|CULT 2017||Youth Justice and Practice||10|
|CULT 3017||Legislation, Courts and Policing||10|
|JUST 2020||Criminal Law for Policing||10|
|CULT 2005||Ethics in the Social Sciences||10|
|CULT 2016||Evidence and Investigation||10|
|CULT 2018||Crime Prevention and Drugs||10|
|Select one elective||10|
|Total Credit Points||160|