Graduate Certificate of Crime and Regulation

Summary

CRICOS course code: 107757K
Level of study: Postgraduate

The operational challenges for policing, justice, regulatory and security agencies across Australia, Asia and the Pacific are increasing in our networked world. Combating criminal threats to economic well-being, social equity and cohesion, environmental sustainability and national security requires a critical and holistic approach. The Graduate Certificate in Crime and Regulation applies established regulatory insights and an evidence-informed approach to examine and understand these new governance challenges. The compulsory courses provide students with a solid foundation in the concepts, processes, institutions and practices of criminology and regulation, while the elective courses allow students to develop their methodological skills and apply these concepts to a range of issues and domains related to compliance, restorative justice and governance. The program prepares students for professional careers that require an understanding of crime, justice and associated regulatory systems.
Learning Outcomes
Analyse and evaluate current debates and thinking at the intersection of crime and regulation; Reflect on these debates in relation to the practical challenges of regulating illegal activity in Australia, Asia and the Pacific, transnationally and globally; Identify and apply appropriate analysis and research methods relating to crime, governance and regulatory policy; Develop innovative recommendations to complex criminological problems and effectively communicate responses to external audiences.

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