Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
This postgraduate program provides dynamic opportunities for engagement with organisations and individuals who are working to combat modern slavery and human trafficking. The flexibility in the program allows you to select the study mode - research or professional practice – that suits you best, and you can choose elective courses to focus on your particular areas of interest.The research mode provides you with the research design and methodology you need to undertake high level research, culminating in a substantial research project, focusing on end-user research.The professional practice mode provides you with specialist insights and expertise, designed to ensure ethical decision-making skills and encourage the development of future industry leaders. You will complete an applied professional project, co-designed with a partner organisation, and focus on applying professional skills to specific workplaces and anti-slavery and anti-trafficking groups.
- 6 compulsory courses
- 6 elective courses. Courses will vary depending on the select mode: Applied Research or Professional Practice.
Standard entry requirements
To be eligible for admission to the Master of Arts (Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking)applicants must also meet the following specific requirements:Students must have as a minimum qualification, a recognised Bachelor degree (AQF level 7 qualification) or equivalent in any discipline area.Applicants without a Bachelor level qualification may be eligible to enter the Program if they have at least two years’ experience in a related field. This would be determined on a case-by-case basis.Possession of a Graduate Certificate or Diploma (AQF level 8 qualification) of Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking or a cognate discipline.
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