Understand the challenges of human rights, sustainable development and the creation of enduring peace at local, national and global scales through the prism of social justice. This program provides theoretical foundations and opportunities for practice-based understanding of human rights and development policy, programs and outcomes, with opportunities for streams in development studies, human rights or peace and conflict studies. You can intern at local or overseas organisations or complete a research-based supervised dissertation.
Please refer to the course resolutions for information on the specific admission requirements for different coursework award courses.
The Master of Social Justice and Graduate Diploma of Social Justice are available in the following streams: Development Studies, Human Rights, or Peace and Conflict Studies.
Candidates for the Master of Social Justice are required to complete 72 credit points including:
Candidates for the Graduate Diploma in Social Justice are required to complete 48 credit points including: