Generally you can complete the unit work in your own
time. Please note that content is usually released on a weekly or fortnightly
basis. The unit outline will inform you of your obligations throughout the
It is a good idea to have all of the supporting documents
you may need for your application ready before beginning the application
process. The most important document to upload is your academic transcript. You
may also require Citizenship documentation (if you have changed citizenship and
are an Australian citizen), permanent residency documentation (if you are not
an Australian citizen) and personal information.
The HECS-HELP scheme is available to domestic students.
The University of Tasmania Course and Unit Handbook states the costs of units.
For further information on the HECS-HELP scheme consult the Australian Tax
Office (ATO) guidelines.
Once your application has been assessed, and if you have
been successful, you will receive an email from the University with details
about your new University of Tasmania student username, email address and password.
You will use your username and password to access eStudent to manage your
Instruction guides will be available to assist you in the
online application and enrolment process. If you have any questions please
email the Sex Crimes and Criminals unit
You are responsible for ensuring your enrolment record is
accurate. This means you must check that you are enrolled in the correct unit
and that you finalise your enrolment by the census date. The census date for
the Sex Crimes and Criminals unit is
10 August 2016.
Online learning for the Sex Crimes and Criminals unit involves a combination of online
lectures, group work, discussion forums, mapping your understanding of the
criminal justice system and critiquing others' work.
The Sex Crimes and
Criminals unit is delivered fully online. For this reason, you can study
flexibly to make up for any time that you may have missed. However if you enrol
more than 2 weeks after the beginning of semester you will need approval from
the Unit Coordinator.