Broaden your knowledge through core subjects focusing on international crime and justice, terrorism, criminal justice research and evaluation, and criminological theory and practice. The Master of Criminology program exposes you to the latest theoretical and practical advances in criminology from international crimes – like terrorism and genocide – to local issues – like Indigenous justice and injustice.
This cutting-edge course is taught by experts working at the forefront of national, international and comparative research. It equips you with a sophisticated appreciation of global trends in crime and criminal justice.
Master of Criminology is designed for students wishing to extend their cognate undergraduate degree, or for people already working in social policy and justice who want to enhance their knowledge. You can further your knowledge in organisational crime, drug use and policy, corruption, crime prevention, and human rights. If you want to build on your transferable skills in research and research design, this course equips you with the abilities to collect, analyse and theorise data. It also suits those wishing to undertake an internship at a domestic or global criminal justice agency. The program assists you to develop your own industry networks by gaining hands-on experience in criminal justice practice, and through offering opportunities to meet a wide-range of criminal justice professionals.
On graduation from the Master of Criminology, you’ll be ready for work in professional fields including:
Do you strive to make an ethical difference in your current work or in your proposed career path? By studying a Master of Arts (Professional and Applied Ethics) you can. You’ll investigate and apply practical and ethically sustainable solutions to real world issues.
This wide‐ranging program provides you with a theoretical, analytical and practical understanding of the policy and practice of ethics in a national and global context. It’s been developed by the Centre for Applied Philosophy and Public Ethics (CAPPE) – a partnership between the University of Melbourne, the Australian National University and Charles Sturt University.
Enter an academic arena in which to debate and explore pressing issues, including corporate collapse, globalisation, corruption, political change, new technologies and environmental disaster. Delivered for those who want to refine and understand the ethics of our world, the Master of Arts (Professional and Applied Ethics) investigates practical and ethically sustainable solutions to world issues through a balanced understanding of the ethical and empirical aspects of the situation. You can follow your personal interests through the minor thesis component in targeted areas, including criminal justice, business, politics and healthcare. This thesis can act as a pathway to a PhD.
A Master of Arts (Professional and Applied Ethics) prepare you with the ability to work in professional fields including: