MC223 - Master of Justice and Criminology

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Plan: MC223 - Master of Justice and Criminology
Campus: City Campus

Learning outcomes

Program Learning Outcomes Statement

Program Learning Outcomes

As a graduate of this program you will be able to:

  • Use strategic, critical, creative, and analytical thinking to develop creative solutions to a range of dynamic problems associated with crime management and the justice system. 
  • Critically analyse, synthesise, and reflect on complex theories, principles, philosophies, and recent developments in the justice sector, both locally and globally, to extend and challenge knowledge and practice.
  • Employ a wide range of research tools, methods and approaches to produce new knowledge of justice issues and guide policy development and inform decision making.
  • Synthesise, rationalise, and communicate new scholarship and research to diverse professional and non-professional audiences.
  • Use a range of communication, conflict management, and leadership skills to work productively with a diverse range of people in justice environments, as well as within teams.
  • Use appropriate ethical ideas and reflective practice skills in addressing situations and problems in justice settings demonstrating cultural, social, and environmental sensitivity. 
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