- Introduction, Research Design, and Project Management
- Progress and Problems
- Presenting and Writing
- Disscusion forum/Discussion Board
- Online assignment submission
- Standard Media
- Resources and Links
You must have successfully completed the following subject(s) before starting this subject:
- GRF-CCJ736-Quantitative Skills for Criminologists (Previously Quantitative Social Research)
- GRF-CCJ737-Qualitative Skills for Criminologists (Previously Qualitative Social Research)
- GRF-CCJ722-Research and Evaluation Methods (Previously Research, Evaluation and Policy Analysis)
Students working towards the Master of CCJ must complete all of the above subjects before enrolling into CCJ747. Students must also have 80 CP towards their degree to enrol in this subject.
No special requirements
This subject provides an opportunity for students to integrate theoretical knowledge and empirical analytic skills acquired in their program through a practical research problem. Students will be expected to complete a small research project (based on topics provided by the degree convenor).
This degree integrates the knowledge and skills acquired through the Master of Criminology and Criminal Justice or Master of Forensic Mental Health. As a capstone degree, it provides an opportunity for students to put into practice this knowledge and skills through conducting a small research project. For feasibility and ethical reasons, the degree convenor will provide a list of research problems. Under the supervision of the degree convenor, students will select a problem, develop and implement a design, and write up a report. Although the project is an individual responsibility, students will work collaboratively to discuss problems and issues at different stages of the process.
CCJ747 should be completed in the final session of study. Students must have permission of the Program Director or Advisor to enrol earlier in their program.
- Assignment 1 - Progress report (20%)
- Assignment 2 - Research Project (80%)
Textbooks are subject to change within the academic year. Students are advised to purchase their books no earlier than one to two months before the start of a subject