Course Administrative Officers in the Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences, Justice and Behavioural Sciences act as a liaison between the Faculty and its' students, providing support to students enrolled in the Bachelor of Laws. This advice could be in regards to admission, enrolment or subject selection, credit (which can sometimes be referred to as RPL or advanced standing), course transfers, leave of absences and other course related matters. We are available to assist students from the time of their admission to CSU through to graduation.
In addition to supporting students we also provide administrative support to the Course Directors and Course Co-ordinators of the Faculty which may include; answering student enquiries, assisting with course reviews and liaison with professional bodies, some marketing activities and assisting with checking progress of students for graduation purposes.
I have been at the university for 6 years, commencing with School of Biomedical Science then moving over to Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences when the Bachelor of Laws was introduced to Charles Sturt University.
Please do not hesitate to contact me with any questions you may have.