Study mode

There are two study modes available in the Associate Degree.

Full time

Session 1 will be studied online for the 16 weeks. Immediately after completion of the online session, students will attend the NSW Police Academy and complete their session 2 studies on campus for 16 weeks.

Session 2 students will return to the NSW Police Academy, Goulburn and complete a further 16 weeks before attestation. (Admissions course code: KPOL mixed mode)

Full Time Offerings (Mixed Mode - Admission Code KPOL)

 Charles Sturt Session 1
Class 348 (202108)Class 349 (202128)Class 350 (202138)Class 351 (202148)Class 352 (202168)Class 353 (202178)
Session 1 Block 1 (online 8 weeks) 3/01/2021 28/02/2021 25/04/2021 * ANZAC DAY 20/06/2021 15/08/2021 10/10/2021
Census Date 29/01/2021 26/03/2021 21/05/2021 16/07/2021 10/09/2021 5/11/2021
Session 1 Block 2 (online 8 weeks) 28/02/2021 25/04/2021 20/06/2021 15/08/2021 10/10/2021 9/01/2022
Session 1 Concluded 23/04/2021 18/06/2021 13/08/2021 8/10/2021 3/12/2021 4/03/2022
 Charles Sturt Session 2
202138202148202168202178202211202231
Session 2 Block 3  (On Campus) 25/04/2021* ANZAC DAY 20/06/2021 15/08/2021 10/10/2021 9/01/2022 6/03/2022
Census Date 21/05/2021 16/07/2021 10/09/2021 5/11/2021 4/02/2022 1/04/2022
Session 2 Block 4 (On Campus) 20/06/2021 15/08/2021 10/10/2021 9/01/2022 6/03/2022 1/05/2022
Session 2 End Dates 13/08/2021 8/10/2021 3/12/2021 4/03/2022 29/04/2022 24/06/2022

Please note: These dates are subject to change, please refer to your letter of offer for finalised dates.

Download years 2021-2023

Part time

Part time combines two sessions of online study (session 1a and 1b), then online students join full-time on campus students for session 2 at the NSW Police Academy, Goulburn (Admissions course code: EPOL).

Part Time Offerings (Admission Code EPOL)

 Charles Sturt Intake / Session 1a
202168202213202243202273202343
Session 1a (online 16 weeks) 15/08/2021 9/01/2022 1/05/2022 21/08/2022 30/04/2023
Census Date 10/09/2021 4/02/2022 27/05/2022 16/09/2022 26/05/2023
Session 1a Concluded 3/12/2021 29/04/2022 19/08/2022 9/12/2022 18/08/2023
 Charles Sturt Intake / Session 1b
202213202243202273202313202373
Session 1b (online 16 weeks) 9/01/2022 1/05/2022 21/08/2022 8/01/2023 20/08/2023
Census Date 4/02/2022 27/05/2022 16/09/2022 3/02/2023 15/09/2023
Session 1b concludes 29/04/2022 19/08/2022 9/12/2022 28/04/2023 8/12/2023
 Charles Sturt Intake / Session 2
Class 354
(202243)
Class 356
(202273)
Class 358
(202313)
Class 360
(202343)
Class 364
(202413)
Session 2 (on campus 16 weeks) 1/05/2022 21/08/2022 8/01/2023 30/04/2023 7/01/2024

The Full Time and Part Time model dates are subject to change.

The new intake model will change from three intakes on offer annually to six. These sessions are listed below for your reference, however please note these dates are subject to change.

Studying online

Charles Sturt is one of Australia's largest providers of online education and offers  the technology, support and services to ensure your study experience is positive and successful.

How does it work?

Instead of being locked in to a schedule of class times for Session 1, you will use Charles Sturt's online tools to access the study resources, communication tools and support you need to study the online component of the Associate Degree in Policing Practice (ADPP). Through Charles Sturt's subject websites, you can access your subject information, keep in touch with other students and academic staff, check your grades, order library resources, stay on top of assignment due dates and submit your assignments at the click of a button.

What should you know about studying the ADPP online?

  • Part-time study: as a part-time student, you study the two sessions (Session 1a and 1b) of the course over an eight-month period, based at home, without having to resign from your current work
  • Support: you will receive subject materials and teaching aids to assist with study
  • Tutors and lecturers: can be contacted by phone (leave messages to be returned) or email to help with any enquiries or problems you may encounter
  • All students are involved in both physical and academic activities. Students should come prepared with appropriate clothing and subject materials to suit both activities and the Goulburn climate.
  • Assessment: you will be assessed via a combination of assignments, examinations, practice simulations, presentations or seminars. The work requirements of assignments vary but often written essays, short answer questions, practical work, fieldwork or verbal presentations are used to assess skills and understanding of a topic
  • Session 2: Session 2 is conducted at the NSW Police Academy, Goulburn (16 weeks' duration). You will be eligible to apply for a scholarship / financial support. Limited on campus accommodation is available.
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