Congratulations to our Justice Honours students who have submitted their Honours theses for 2017!
Jacob Thompson Function Creep and Metadata: The Ethics of Expanding Access for the Goals of National Security to Civil Matters
Renee Groenhuijzen Coffee and climate change: A criminological perspective on the fight to save Indonesia’s coffee industry
Melesiale Doulos Aholelei We’ve boundless plains to share”: A socio-legal analysis of Australia’s policy and legislation administering the deportation of non-citizen criminals
Lorraine Watson Continuity or change? Terrorist attacks and Australia’s relationship with Indonesia
Laura Impey The Coronial Determination of Suicide: The use of Therapeutic Jurisprudence in Suicide Determination
The Bachelor of Justice (Honours) offers an opportunity for students to work closely with an academic staff member to complete a substantial independent research project in their area of interest. Learn more at https://www.qut.edu.au/study/courses/bachelor-of-justice-honours
Justice students with a GPA of 5 or above can apply through 31 January 2018 for study commencing in 2018. Full and part-time options are available. Contact the Justice Honours Coordinator for more information.