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GRF-CYB-GCE | Postgraduate
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.
GRF-MIR-GCE | Postgraduate
Gain a deeper understanding of global issues
Step in or step up to worldwide careers spanning diplomacy, international aid and foreign policy. Broaden your focus. Get ethical. Learn to negotiate, manage conflict, and cooperate. Begin to unpack the intriguing complexity of political science.
GRF-CYC-GCE | Postgraduate
Investigate and mitigate cyber crime
Explore contemporary approaches to preventing cyber crime in Australia and across the world. You’ll establish the fundamentals of cyber security and get to know digital forensics. Learn through the lens of the criminal justice system.
GRF-MCJ-GCE | Postgraduate
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.
GRF-FMH-GCE | Postgraduate
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.
GRF-PAN-GCE | Postgraduate
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.