Course code: #M1314
|Term start& deadline||Deadline|
This course at Murdoch will provide you with the skills -to understand the fundamental matters of criminology.
Whether you have graduated with a degree in criminology or another discipline, you will gain in-depth knowledge and skills to analyse contemporary issues challenging today’s criminal justice system.
As a criminology professional, you will need multidisciplinary and applied skills to investigate complex and evolving issues.
You will understand criminal behaviour and investigate complex crimes such as cyber-crimes and terrorism.
You will understand developing criminal justice issues, including how criminal law and evidence responds to new crimes, particularly in the business environment.
Suppose you have industry experience, a graduate certificate or a graduate diploma.
In that case, you can use this to obtain advanced standing in the Master of Criminology to gain your qualification quicker.
|Cost of living||1 person||$10,620|
|Accommodation||1 bed room||$7,700|
Suppose you do not currently meet Murdoch's minimum English or academic requirements. In that case, the university has a range of options available through the following partner institutions that can help you meet the admission requirements and get you into a Murdoch degree:
Phoenix Academy is one of Murdoch University’s Preferred Pathway Partners to offer both English and Academic programs.
Upon completing all AEP course requirements, you are eligible for direct entry at either an undergraduate or postgraduate course with no IELTS test required at Murdoch University (some course exclusions may apply).
International students can also use the internet-based Phoenix English Proficiency Test (iPEPT) for direct entry into Murdoch's courses for all 2022 intakes and 2023 Trimester 1, Trimester 2 and Semester 1 intakes.
PHOENIX CLASS LEVEL COMPARISON TABLE
|Class Description||CEFR*||iPEPT* Level||Expected progress|
approx. TOFEL Band Score Equivalent
|approx. IELTS Band Score Equivalent||Recommended Entry Point for further study|
|Pre-Intermediate A||Social||A2||30%||6-10 wks||30-40||3|
|Pre-Intermediate B||A2+||35%||6-10 wks||3.5|
|Intermediate A||Vocational||B1||40%||6-10 wks||41-52||4|
|Intermediate B||B1+||50%||6-10 wks||61||5|
|Pre-Advanced/ Express English||B2+||60%||6-10 wks||79-80||6|
Bachelor Degree; Cambridge C AE; Internship; Postgraduate Coursework
*exceptions are Bachelorof Law, Bachelorof Nursing, Veterinary Science, Bachelor of Education
|Advanced A||Technical||Cl||65%||6-10 wks||88-89||6.5||Postgraduate Research|
|Advanced B||Cl+||70%||6-10 wks||92-93||7||CELTA|
|Expert A||Expert||C2||75%||6-10 wks||96 -110||7.5+||DELTA, TAE|
|Expert B||C2+||80%||6-10 wks||111-120||7.5+|
Admission to the Master of Criminology is available to students with a Bachelor's degree in any area.
A student’s advanced standing is assessed at the time of application, considering a higher level of study and/or professional experience. Up to 12 points of advanced standing are available to students with:
A Bachelor's degree in Criminology or a Bachelor's degree with a major in Criminology; or
A Bachelor's degree in an unrelated discipline and a Graduate Certificate or Diploma in Criminology or cognate discipline; or
An Honours degree or equivalent in an unrelated discipline; or
A Bachelor's degree in an unrelated discipline and two years of relevant documented professional experience. Up to 24 points of advanced standing are available to students with:
An Honours degree or equivalent in Criminology; or
A Graduate Diploma in Criminology
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