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- Psychology and Philosophy
- Griffith University
Found 10 related courses for Griffith University Psychology and Philosophy Degrees
GRF-CCJ-DEG | Undergraduate
Qualified criminology practitioners are in demand nationally
Examine crime and its causes, society’s response and related social issues. Qualify for a career in the demanding criminal justice system in policing, corrections, security, regulatory law enforcement, crime prevention and customs
- Criminal Justice
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-MCJ-MAS | Postgraduate
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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GRF-MHP-GCE | Postgraduate
Support the mental health needs of your community
Get set for a career in mental health support. Designed for work in community settings, such as nursing, rehabilitation, police liaison, housing, or disability support. Delve into evidence-based research, and collaborate with carers.
GRF-FMH-MAS | Postgraduate
This degree is a collaboration with the Queensland Health Department's School of Mental Health
Become a highly valued forensic mental health specialist able to practise at an advanced level. Study assessment, legislation and policies, research and evaluation. Examine interventions with offenders, justice and crime, law and behaviour.
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-RHC-MAS | Postgraduate
Understand rehabilitation in theory and practice
Work as a rehabilitation counsellor, perhaps in government, insurance, private or not-for-profit rehabilitation services. Put your theory into practice through fieldwork, and applied counselling and research methods.
GRF-MHP-MAS | Postgraduate
Become a mental health support specialist
Develop specialised knowledge, and effective support practices. Get set for work in community settings, such as nursing, rehabilitation, police liaison, housing, or disability support. Delve into evidence-based research, and complete a placement.
GRF-SPS-GCE | Postgraduate
Engage with suicide intervention and prevention
Whether you’re dealing with suicide in a practical or academic context, you’ll have a scientific and theoretical basis to work from. Apply your knowledge to research, policy and planning, in areas like health, education, and law enforcement.
GRF-SDY-MAS | Postgraduate
Specialise in suicide intervention and prevention
Explore the historical and sociological development of the complexities of suicide. Compare different intervention and prevention methods. Understand the importance of scientific enquiry and the development and assessment of suicidal behaviour.