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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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  • Flinders University

    Take charge of your government career

    Work on the core skills required to manage the business of government. You’ll cover public management theory and ethics, and explore current ideas around public policy. Tailor your course with electives including economics and environmental policy.


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    1 year full time or part time equivalent

  • Flinders University

    Get a global view of legal issues

    Examine the significance of international law as a means of regulating matters affecting relations among nation states. Prepare for work locally or internationally. Plan and execute a substantial research-based project in international law.


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    Approx. 1.5 years full time or part time equivalent

  • Charles Sturt University

    Prevent business crimes that pose a national security risk

    Learn how to identify signs of money laundering in your industry. Explore new regulations and threats that impact this work. Write a dissertation that brings your expertise to light. Graduate ready for a role in compliance, policy or criminal intelligence.


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    Approx. 1.5 years full time or part time equivalent

  • 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

  • Macquarie University

    PostgraduateMAQ-PSP-MAS

    Master of Public and Social Policy

    A unique course in Australia

    Take a dual focus towards policy and social research. Learn how policy is shaped, before gaining skills to design and deliver your own. Use research to address sustainable communities, welfare, immigration, population health and more.


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    1 year full time or part time equivalent

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  • Macquarie University

    PostgraduateMAQ-INT-MAS

    Master of Intelligence

    Master the theory and practice of intelligence studies

    Dive deep into real world global intelligence issues. Secure practical skills analysing intelligence challenges. Think critically and make ethical judgements.


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    Approx. 1.5 years full time or part time equivalent

  • Macquarie University

    PostgraduateMAQ-CRM-MAS

    Master of Criminology

    Interrogate the causes of crime and how society responds

    Engage with advanced criminology theory, applied criminological research and criminal justice policy analysis. Apply your theory to a range of crimes. Get an understanding of motivations, reactions, and how we can work to alleviate crime.


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    Approx. 1.5 years 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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  • Griffith University

    Contemporary criminological theory in practice

    Deepen your knowledge of the justice system and gain insight into key policy debates and contemporary research methods. Graduates find roles in criminal justice related fields such as crime prevention, community health and local government.


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    Approx. 1.5 years full time or part time equivalent

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