Master's Program in Criminology in Oceania

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A masters refers to the completion of a graduate study program that prepares students to further their knowledge of a specific subject or advance their careers. The majority of masters are granted by state or public universities.

The topic of criminology is made up of many different focus areas related to law, justice and other social systems. Students who pursue this program may choose to study sex crime, terrorism, migration and transnationalism, capitalism and social justice, public policy or youth crime.

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Master of Criminology

Bond University
Campus Full time 54 weeks January 2018 Australia Robina

The Master of Criminology program provides you with skill development and training as well as scholarly appreciation of crime, justice and forensic issues. [+]

Masters in Criminology in Oceania 2017. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Successful completion of an undergraduate degree in criminology or sociology or legal studies or psychology or humanities / arts. Graduates from other disciplines may be considered. PROGRAM DESCRIPTION The Master of Criminology program provides you with skill development and training as well as scholarly appreciation of crime, justice and forensic issues. The course provides an understanding of a broad range of issues involving criminology theories, contemporary information on crime prevention, the theory and practice of punishment, criminal offenders, the police, courts and correctional institutions, including current crime and deviance issues. You will be provided with both knowledge and research skills and techniques required for the analysis of criminological issues and an understanding of how to critically evaluate published research. PROGRAM STRUCTURE Core subjects (2) Research Methods in Humanities and Social Sciences (HUMR71-100) Epistemology and Theory of Knowledge (HUMR71-110) Foundation subjects (6) Politically Motivated Violence (INTR71-315) Forensic Criminology (CRIM71-320) Genocide: A sociological and criminal approach (CRIM71-105) Crime Analysis and Profiling (CRIM71-102) Security and Strategy in the 21st Century (INTR71-102) Transnational Crime (CRIM71-103) Dissertation/Portfolio subjects (4) Students must choose one (1) of the following suites of subjects as their dissertation / portfolio: Major Dissertation / Portfolio A (20 credit points) (HUMR72-701) Major Dissertation / Portfolio B (20 credit points) (HUMR72-702) OR Minor Dissertation / Portfolio A (HUMR71-705) Minor Dissertation / Portfolio B (HUMR71-706) Minor Dissertation / Portfolio C (HUMR71-707) Minor Dissertation / Portfolio D (HUMR71-708) OR Minor Dissertation / Portfolio A (HUMR71-705) Minor Dissertation... [-]

Master of Criminology (Professional)

Bond University
Campus Full time 92 weeks January 2018 Australia Robina

The Master of Criminology (Professional) program provides students with skill development and training as well as scholarly appreciation of crime, justice and forensic issues. [+]

The professional program follows the same structure as the Master of Criminology program with an additional 20-week Professional Portfolio component. Professional Portfolio is a 45 credit point subject available to master’s (Professional) students in the Faculty of Society & Design. This subject is strongly experientially orientated and encourages students to develop their professional skills in a real world environment. The subject will ensure that students combine self-analysis and reflective learning skills with professional methodologies, so as to expand analytical and strategic thinking capabilities. It will provide practical experience for students to develop their skills in a profession relevant to their master’s specialisation. All students will complete a 2,000 word scoping document, and either undertake a work placement in Australia for 210 hours (which includes an employer’s report) and reflective journal (up to 5,000 words) OR completed a collaborative research project totaling up to 15,000 words. All students will submit a final professional portfolio collection of documents, highlighting their practical and theoretical expertise in their profession of choice. The Professional Portfolio subject cannot be commenced until the student has successfully completed all 12 subjects of the master’s component of the degree. [-]