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  • Griffith University

    Crime, the causes of crime, and justice

    Gain an overview of the theory, research methodology, and the workings of the criminal justice system. Study crime analysis, mapping, intelligence, forensic mental health, prevention, and law and behaviour to work in criminal justice fields.


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    6 months full time or part time equivalent

  • Curtin University

    PostgraduateCUR-HRI-GCE

    Graduate Certificate in Human Rights

    Think global. Act local. Think local. Act global.

    Study the theory and philosophy of different cultural, religious and political traditions to investigate how they can be translated into practice today. Make a difference for human rights groups, aid programs, diplomatic services and governments.


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    6 months full time or part time equivalent

  • Griffith University

    Upskill to confidently identify dishonest wealth generation

    Build skills to detect and report financial crime. You’ll learn about current financial crimes including money laundering and terrorism financing. Unpack the financial services industry’s obligations. Keep up with evolving technology and regulations.


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    6 months full time or part time equivalent

  • University of South Australia

    Prevent child abuse and support victims of trauma

    Make a meaningful difference and enhance your professional practice. You’ll learn how to assess and respond to childhood trauma with evidence-based approaches. Build a specialist knowledge of child abuse and its impact on development.


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  • Australian National University

    Prevent and reduce crime in the face of growing complexity

    Address the challenges of regulating illegal activity which stretch the capabilities of traditional governing actors and institutions. You’ll consider crime in complex scenarios like global pandemics and climate change. Mitigate risk. Enhance resilience.


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  • Griffith University

    Become a recognised forensic mental health specialist

    Gain a broad knowledge of forensic mental health and its overlap with the criminal justice system and mental health services. For psychologists, social workers, nurses and psychiatrists to be able to practice at an advanced level.


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    6 months full time or part time equivalent

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  • Griffith University

    PostgraduateGRF-CYB-GCE

    Graduate Certificate in Cyber Security

    Employers recognise the importance of secure IT systems

    Delve into digital forensics and fight cyber crime. Identify and address threats and risks. Explore malware and attacks. Skill up in computer and network security. Follow investigative procedure. Work within legal and social frameworks.


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  • Australian National University

    PostgraduateANU-POL-GCE

    Graduate Certificate of Public Policy

    The fundamentals of contemporary public policy making

    Discover the concepts and tools for designing and implementing public policy. You’ll explore policy approaches to complex challenges like public health, immigration, and education. Get to know the key players in policy making—and what your role might be.


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    6 months full time or part time equivalent

  • Griffith University

    PostgraduateGRF-PAN-GCE

    Graduate Certificate in Policy Analysis

    Prepare to work at the cutting-edge of policy analysis

    Meet the demands of working in policy or in policy roles. Respond to the rapidly evolving demands of policy design and implementation. Work on real life examples, and engage with current thinking, and 21st century policy-making and governance.


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  • Australian National University

    An overview of regulatory excellence

    Formalise your skills and explore academic options in regulation and governance. First, study the policy and practice of regulation. Then explore contemporary challenges including technology governance and regulating nuclear capabilities.


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