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The Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences
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|Award title||Master of Criminology|
|Year & campus||2020 — Parkville|
|Fees information||Subject EFTSL, level, discipline and census date|
|Study level & type||Graduate Coursework|
|Credit points||200 credit points|
|Duration||24 months full-time or 48 months part-time|
The Master of Criminology provides an advanced understanding of crime, harm and best-practice justice innovation.
How to respond to crime and injustice are core issues in any society, sitting at the heart of government, legal and social policy and practice. Focused on how to better recognise and address the complex causes of crime and criminalisation in society, the Master of Criminology gives graduates the knowledge and professional skills to engage with criminal justice governance and social and legal justice across a wide range of professional areas.
The Master of Criminology provides students and working professionals with the opportunity to develop a comprehensive understanding of the range of social, political, legal and economic issues associated with offending, victimisation, the prevention of crime and the pursuit of justice and to apply this knowledge in practice. Grounded in an interdisciplinary framework and drawing on contemporary research and theory, the Master of Criminology places crime and criminality in a broader context of social and historical inequality and considers the strengths, limitations, impact and effects of social, legal, government and policy responses to crime across time and throughout the world.
Taught by leading experts in Australia’s oldest continuing Criminology program, the Master of Criminology is underpinned by strong research, theory, methods and links to industry.
Last updated: 16 July 2020