Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
Charles Sturt's Bachelor of Policing is a course intended for police, and officers in law enforcement agencies with a policing focus, to enhance their professional policing practice and knowledge.
192 points, comprising the credit package (of 80, 96, 128 or 152 points) awarded upon admission and 112, 96, 64 or 40 points respectively completed during enrolment in the course.
Standard entry requirements
Admission is restricted to serving police officers or others employed by a related agency or in a relevant field
NSW Police Service (the course has been developed in close conjunction with the NSW Police Service and is designed to meet the career needs of servicing police officers from all jurisdictions and from other agencies with a policing focus).
Charles Sturt University frequently recognises prior learning including study at other institutions in many of its degrees. Each request for credit is individually assessed prior to the commencement of the course. Officers are recognised with a minimum 80 credit points for policing experience, or a maximum 128 credit points if articulating from the Diploma of Applied Policing, Diploma of Policing and Associate Degree in Policing Practice.
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