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22 October 2020

Learn more about Deakin’s new postgraduate criminology courses in our upcoming webinar

Want the skills to deliver justice in a way that makes a difference to both perpetrators and victims?

The Faculty of Arts and Education is excited to launch the Graduate Certificate of Criminology (six months full-time or part-time equivalent) and Master of Criminology (12 months full-time or part-time equivalent) courses for 2021.

Deakin’s postgraduate criminology courses can teach you to analyse current issues of local, national and global concern. The course content pushes the boundaries of existing criminological horizons, challenging you to think critically about emerging discourses in power and justice that shape theories and approaches to examining criminal behaviour, crime policy and prevention.

β€˜The course has outstanding links with government departments such as Police, Justice, Corrections, ATO (Australian Taxation Office) – as well as ongoing working relationships with private sector partners in security and regulation,’ says Professor Reece Walters, Course Director of the Master of Criminology program at Deakin.

You’ll discover the rewards of studying a cutting-edge qualification that embraces innovative teaching methods, taught by leading criminological scholars with extensive criminal justice experience.

Interested? Join our webinar!

To discover more about postgraduate study opportunities in criminology at Deakin, register for our upcoming webinar.

Postgraduate criminology webinar
Thursday 5 November 2020

Want to know more?

If you are unable to attend our webinar but are interested in studying postgraduate criminology, visit the Master of Criminology webpage. You can also email the Course Director, Professor Reece Walters, at [email protected] for further course information.

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