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The Master consists of 192 credit points.
Some courses are offered online, giving you the flexibility to design a study plan to meet your needs.
You'll explore the links between evidence, intelligence and practice and learn to determine the ways in which contemporary ideas and practices enable, shape and limit the application of justice in contemporary Australia.
You may be able to undertake internships and field projects as well as design, implement and evaluate your own projects and simulated activities representing real workplace scenarios.
You'll build essential knowledge of ethics and values in the justice sector, with core courses focusing on:
- crime science
- global crime
- justice management
- criminal justice systems
- criminological theory
You'll select elective courses from a range of social science streams including:
- justice studies
- psychology and human services
- global communities
- public policy and management
- human rights
Plans are variations offered for a program such as specialisations, modes of delivery or location. Browse a plan to see the courses our students are currently studying.
Master of Justice and Criminology
2 years full-time or 4 years part-time (check Articulation & Pathways section for more detail)
2 years full-time
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