Online - Trimester 2, 2016
Virtual classrooms are where online classes at NCPS are held rather than physical class spaces. This allows students to study off campus, in locations convenient to them. All materials are available in the online class space including; readings and written content, lecture recordings and presentations, activities and instructions.
Students studying online have the same attendance requirements as those studying on campus, and are required to attend a minimum of 75% (9 of 12) of tutorials.
Online students are not required to attend a virtual lecture in real time; rather, lectures are uploaded and can be viewed at a time that best suits the student. However, students should keep up to date with lectures to avoid falling behind and where possible listen to the lecture recording prior to attending the tutorial.
Trimester 2, 2016 timetable
Trimester 2 begins week commencing Monday 30 May. New commencing students undertaking full-time study will complete four subjects in their first term. Students do not attend every class scheduled below; this timetable shows all available classes to choose from.
First year, Trimester 2 commencing subjects include:
(Choose 4 subjects for a full-time load or 1-3 subjects for a part-time load)
- Academic Enhancement
- Theoretical Criminology
- Fundamentals of Law
- Drugs and Crime
Lectures: Students can attend the lecture on campus and/or view the lecture online at anytime after it gets uploaded to the online class space.
Tutorials: Students are able to study fully on-campus, fully online or a combination of both. Depending on the mode of study chosen for each subject students will either attend one of the on-campus tutorials or one of the online tutorials from below. Once a student has been enrolled in a tutorial they stay with that group in that timeslot for the entire trimester. Students can not choose to attend different tutorial class times each week.
* All times refer to Australian Eastern Standard time
^ Ethics should only be chosen where credit/RPL has been awarded for another subject