Master of Social Science (Criminology)
Study subjects relevant to crime in tropical north Queensland.
|Campus||Townsville; Cairns; External|
|Mode||Internal or External. Part time available|
This course consists of subjects that are relevant to crime in tropical north Queensland, including a focus on the environment and Indigenous justice issues. Graduates of this program will have skills for working within the criminal justice system, including applied research skills and planning and evaluation of crime prevention programs.
Students will have access to the School’s own research institute – The Cairns Institute – an important centre for national and international scholars. It brings together the expertise and intellectual resources of more than 20 academic disciplines, creating a uniquely robust and relevant research, consulting, training and teaching hub for Northern Australia, South and South-East Asia and the Pacific.
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