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Master of Suicidology

Postgraduate | GRF-SDY-MAS | 2024

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.

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Master of Suicidology

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Career opportunities

This program will benefit individuals currently employed in or interested in gaining employment in this specialty field including health, mental health, education, law enforcement, emergency work, clergy, social, community and youth service sectors.

This program will equip policy makers in public health, sociology and other health and human service domains with specific suicide research and prevention knowledge applicable to local, state, national and international level strategic planning.

Additionally, this program provides a pathway to higher degree research qualifications (for example, PhD in Suicidology) and a career in the academic context for those students who complete the dissertation component.

Career outlook

Aged and Disabled Carers:
$60K to $74K
Health and Welfare Services Managers:
Over $120K
Welfare Support Workers:
$75K to $93K

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