Masters Program in Criminology in Oceania

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A masters is the first level of graduate coursework and can be obtained after you receive a bachelor’s degree. Earning a masters usually requires two years of full-time study, which amounts to 36 to 54 semester credits.

 

Students who want to learn more about criminal behavior may want to study criminology. Related classes might include human rights, social justice, policy development, human behavior, prison systems, criminalistics, biocriminology, and psychology.

Oceania consists of islands of the southern, western, and central Pacific Ocean, including Melanesia, Micronesia, and Polynesia. The term is sometimes extended to encompass Australia, New Zealand, and the Malay Archipelago.

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Master of Criminology

Bond University
Campus Full time 54 weeks January 2019 Australia Robina

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

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 a 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.... [-]


Master of Criminology (Professional)

Bond University
Campus Full time 92 weeks January 2019 Australia Robina

The Master of Criminology (Professional) program provides students with skill development and training as well as a 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.... [-]


Master of Security and Crime Science

The University of Waikato
Campus Full time 18 months March 2019 New Zealand Hamilton Tauranga + 1 more

Want to make a real difference to society? With the Master of Security and Crime Science, you will develop the skills required to become a leader in the security, intelligence and crime-prevention areas in the public and private sectors. [+]

Want to make a real difference to society? With the Master of Security and Crime Science, you will develop the skills required to become a leader in the security, intelligence and crime-prevention areas in the public and private sectors.

You will combine skills from different disciplines such as Statistics, Computer Science, Geographic Information Systems, Population Studies, Psychology and Management. You'll develop analytical and creative methods to tackle real-world crime and improve security in an ever-changing society.

This degree will provide a pathway to a career in policy development, crime or accident detection and analysis in both the public and private sectors. The skills you gain from the degree will enable you to promote and enhance security and community safety.... [-]