Are you fascinated by questions relating to justice and injustice? Deakin’s postgraduate courses in criminology engage students in pressing issues of local, national and global concern.
Studying postgraduate criminology at Deakin gives you a solid base of knowledge in crime and criminal justice. You’ll learn how to approach criminal behaviour, crime policy and prevention from different angles, applying your learnings to further study or directly in the workforce.
Join us for an interactive course information session and learn about Deakin’s criminology program including:
- Graduate Certificate of Criminology (6 months full-time or part-time equivalent)
- Master of Criminology (12 months full-time or part-time equivalent)
Hear from our course experts about entry requirements, course details, career opportunities and more.
Professor Reece Walters
Reece Walters joined Deakin in November 2018. He has previously held academic appointments at QUT, The Open University, University of Stirling, Victoria University of Wellington and La Trobe University. His areas of research interest and expertise include green and southern criminology, crimes of the powerful, and the sociology of criminological knowledge. He is particularly interested in the ways in which corporations and governments exploit and compromise the ‘essentials of life’, namely air, food and water for power and profit.