Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
CRICOS: 00917K; 02851G (WS, The College)
In a globalised world, crime and criminalisation have assumed new and transnational forms with mixed effects on human wellbeing and social justice. The aims and objectives of this course are to draw out the significance and range of these issues in international criminology, and to examine the viability of different preventive and criminal justice responses in relation to these.
80 credit points
- Transnational crime
- cyber justice
- political economy of development
- theories of the social
- violence, culture and criminal justice.
Standard entry requirements
Undergraduate degree, or higher, in criminology or criminal justice.
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