Crawford School of Public Policy Courses

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Doctorate (PhD)
Canberra

Within Crawford School students typically choose to work within one of the following research programs: economics, environmental studies and resource management, public policy or political science, and international relations.

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Jan, 2019
Masters (Coursework)
Canberra

We take an innovative and forward-looking approach to our teaching and learning methods, for example through blended learning, collaborative work, scenario exercises, and exposure to the policy world through guest presenters drawn from Australia’s most distinguished national security practitioners and thinkers.

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Jan, 2019
Duration
2 years full time,
Graduate Satisfaction
88.50%
Fees
$30,720 per year full-time (AFP), $61,440 total course cost
Fees
$43,680 per year full-time, $87,360 total course cost

If you want to activate a social research career in either the public or private sectors, or build a solid foundation for starting your PhD, then this specialisation is for you. With a stron...

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Jan, 2019
Graduate Satisfaction
88.50%

If you would like to pursue roles in policymaking and research, this specialisation is for you. Regulation keeps us safe and protects our economies. With your critical understanding of regul...

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Jan, 2019
Graduate Satisfaction
88.50%
Masters (Coursework)
Canberra

If you’re a manager or policymaker working in health and have leadership potential, this degree specialisation is for you. This multi-disciplinary, globally-oriented program will equip you w...

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Jan, 2019
Graduate Satisfaction
88.50%
Masters (Coursework)
Canberra

This degree specialisation is for current and future policymakers with the ambition to pursue policy analysis roles in the government, business, and community sectors. It will deepen your un...

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Jan, 2019
Graduate Satisfaction
88.50%

Build on your strong background in economics, mathematics and statistics with rigorous and specialist training in economics, and environmental, resources and energy policy. The aim of the program is to provide you with an in-depth understanding of the economic approaches that can be applied to inform and resolve resource management issues.

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Jan, 2019
Duration
2 years full time,
Graduate Satisfaction
94.30%
Fees
$34,560 per year full-time (AFP), $69,120 total course cost
Fees
$45,600 per year full-time, $91,200 total course cost

If your aim is to become an expert in foreign policy decision making, this degree specialisation is for you. With a specific focus on defence-related matters, you will develop in-demand expe...

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Jan, 2019
Graduate Satisfaction
88.50%
Masters (Coursework)
Canberra

As a student at the National Security College, you’ll be joining a supportive and passionate community of students, alumni and national security practitioners. You’ll engage with world-leadi...

Next Intake
Jan, 2019
Duration
2 years full time,
Graduate Satisfaction
88.50%
Fees
$30,720 per year full-time (AFP), $61,440 total course cost
Fees
$43,680 per year full-time, $87,360 total course cost
Graduate Certificate
Canberra

You can use your undergraduate degree in any discipline – including arts, sciences, economics, commerce and law – to enter the Graduate Certificate program.
The Graduate Certificate of Pu...

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Jan, 2019
Graduate Satisfaction
88.50%
Fees
$15,360 per year full-time (AFP)
Fees
$21,840 per year full-time (AFP)

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