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Criminology and Criminal Justice Postgraduate Research - 2024 Entry

Course Details

  • Qualification PhD
  • Duration 3-6 years
  • Study Mode

    Full Time

    Part Time

  • Location


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The issues raised by Crime and Justice today present new challenges for legitimacy, security and social justice. Our research degrees in Comparative Criminology and Criminal Justice allows you to study those challenges in local, international and global contexts.

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