Be an agent for change in our criminal justice system with AUT's Master of Criminology and Criminal Justice.
This degree focuses on the communities most affected by the criminal justice system including Māori, Pacific and other vulnerable communities.
The Master of Criminology and Criminal Justice considers how colonisation has influenced the criminal justice system as well as how communities have responded. It covers how ethnicities, class, gender and age interact with the criminal justice system, with a particular focus on children and youth crime.
Must have completed one of the following with a minimum of a B grade average or higher in papers at level 7 or equivalent:
Career opportunities for graduates include:
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