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  • Macquarie University

    MAQ-PICX8952 | Postgraduate

    Work with peers on a simulated real-world crisis. Calling on your studies to date, apply criminology theory to your team role as a criminologist. Draft briefing papers and make policy recommendations to combat crime in this role-playing scenario.

    Start dates

    • 20 Feb 2023,  
    • 24 Jul 2023
  • Macquarie University

    MAQ-PICX8089 | Postgraduate

    Drawing on your knowledge of Australian and international criminal justice practices and policies, formulate solutions to real-world crime problems. With a focus on police, courts and corrective services, evaluate current crime reduction strategies.

    Start dates

    • 20 Feb 2023
  • Macquarie University

    MAQ-PICX8088 | Postgraduate

    Understand how crime intersects with social, political, cultural and economic elements of life. Learn and evaluate advanced contemporary criminology theory. Cover left and right realism, cultural criminology, opportunity and deterrence theories.

    Start dates

    • 20 Feb 2023
  • Macquarie University

    MAQ-PICX8062 | Postgraduate

    Gaze back at some of the most powerful and criminal individuals and institutions. Categorise types of crime, such as white collar and state crime. Study notorious offenders and criminal acts, including the BHP oil spill and Nazi death camps.

    Start dates

    • 24 Jul 2023
  • Curtin University

    CUR-PSB560 | Postgraduate

    Understand why some people are more likely to commit particular crimes than others, and why certain citizens are more likely to be victims of these crimes. Cover sexual crimes, violent crimes and family violence in particular. 

    Start dates

    • 28 Nov 2022,  
    • 29 May 2023,  
    • 27 Nov 2023
  • Curtin University

    Untangle the ‘why’ behind crime by better understanding the perpetrators psyche. You’ll consider how elements such as biology, personality and mental health impact are at play. Get an introduction to forensic psychology and major theories of crime. 

    Start dates

    • 27 Feb 2023,  
    • 28 Aug 2023
  • Curtin University

    CUR-PSB530 | Postgraduate

    Delve into the complex relationship between crime and mental illness. Examine links between offending, violence, mental disorder, and substance abuse. Get critical with an evidence-based approach that separates media representations from actual research.

    Start dates

    • 28 Nov 2022,  
    • 29 May 2023,  
    • 27 Nov 2023
  • Griffith University

    Sharpen your ability to process and analyse raw quantitative social science data using SPSS for Windows. Study the use of statistics in criminal justice, the description of samples and the tools to describe data and relationships.

    Start dates

    • 27 Feb 2023
  • Griffith University

    GRF-CCJ742 | Postgraduate

    Through the lens of sociological, psychological and biological perspectives, you’ll appreciate how offenders and offending have been conceptualized. Use your learning to articulate the resulting implications on the criminal justice system.

    Start dates

    • 27 Feb 2023