Study Plan

Study Plan

Bachelor of Social Science (Social and Criminal Justice & Environmental Studies)

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  1. CHOOSE SUBJECTS. Use the tables below to choose your subjects. You can also download a planner to make the planning process easier. Note: Core subjects will already be on your study plan in eStudent.

  2. CHECK TIMETABLE. Check subject timetables to ensure you don't have lecture clashes.

  3. ENROL IN SUBJECTS. After you have chosen your subjects, right click and open eStudent in new tab to start enrolling.

Level 1

Teaching period 1

Core/Elective

Subject Code

CORE – Already on plan

SS1010 - Australian People: An Introduction to the Social Sciences

ELECTIVE

Choose option: Choose one subject from level 1 AN, AR, CY, EV, HI, IA, PL, PY, SY or WS subjects. Each subject selected must have a different prefix.

ELECTIVE

Choose option: Choose one subject from level 1 AN, AR, CY, EV, HI, IA, PL, PY, SY or WS subjects. Each subject selected must have a different prefix. An EV level 1 subject is required for your Environmental Studies major.

ELECTIVE

Choose option: Choose one subject from any undergraduate subjects.

Total 12cp (4 subjects)

Teaching period 2

Core/Elective

Subject Code

CORE – Already on plan

SS1103 - An Introduction to Social Science Research Practices

ELECTIVE

Choose option: Choose one subject from level 1 AN, AR, CY, EV, HI, IA, PL, PY, SY or WS subjects. Each subject selected must have a different prefix. CY1001 is recommended for your Social & Criminal Justice major.

ELECTIVE

Choose option: Choose one subject from level 1 AN, AR, CY, EV, HI, IA, PL, PY, SY or WS subjects. Each subject selected must have a different prefix.

ELECTIVE

Choose option: Choose one subject from any undergraduate subjects.

Total 12cp (4 subjects)

Level 2

Teaching period 1

Core/Elective

Subject Code

CORE – Already on plan

SY2005 - Qualitative Research or SY3005 - Qualitative Research. (click on alternate if you want to complete SY3005)

CORE – Already on plan

SY2012 - Social Survey Design and Analysis –(SP2) or SY3012 - Social Survey Design and Analysis – (SP2) or PY2103 - Describing and Analysing Behaviour – (SP1). (click on alternate if you want to complete SY3012 or PY2103)

MAJOR – Choose one subject

Choose option: Social & Criminal Justice - Choose one subject from Group A

MAJOR – Core

LA2902 – Environmental Law and Policy. Will appear on your study plan once you have chosen your Environmental Studies major.

Total 12cp (4 subjects)

Teaching period 2

Core/Elective

Subject Code

MAJOR – Choose one subject

Choose option: Social & Criminal Justice - Choose one subject from Group A

MAJOR – Choose one subject

Choose option: Social & Criminal Justice - Choose one subject from Group A

MAJOR – Core

EV2003 – Introduction to Environmental Economics. Will appear on your study plan once you have chosen your Environmental Studies major.

ELECTIVE

Choose option: Choose one subject from any undergraduate subjects. A level 2 EV subject is required for your Environmental Studies major.

Total 12cp (4 subjects)

Level 3

Teaching period 1

Core/Elective

Subject Code

MAJOR – Choose one subject

Choose option: Social & Criminal Justice - Choose one subject from Group A

MAJOR – Choose one subject

Choose option: Social & Criminal Justice - Choose one subject from Group A

MAJOR – Core

EV3001 – Environmental and Regional Planning. Will appear on your study plan once you have chosen your Environmental Studies major.

MAJOR – Core

EV3252 – Indigenous Environmental Management. Will appear on your study plan once you have chosen your Environmental Studies major.

Total 12cp (4 subjects)

Teaching period 2

Core/Elective

Subject Code

CORE – Already on plan

SS3000 - Tropical Futures: Social Science at Work

MAJOR – Choose one subject

Choose option: Social & Criminal Justice - Choose one subject from Group A

MAJOR – Core

EV3002 – Environmental Impact Assessment. Will appear on your study plan once you have chosen your Environmental Studies major.

MAJOR – Core

EV3251 – Environmental Impacts of Human Activities in Protected Areas. Will appear on your study plan once you have chosen your Environmental Studies major.

Total 12cp (4 subjects)