The Master of Public Policy and Administration course provides the opportunity for students to develop advanced knowledge and understandings of management and leadership for policing and related professions. There is the opportunity also to undertake specialised studies through the elective options.
Part-time 3 years (six sessions)
Candidates for admission to the Master of Public Policy & Administration degree program shall demonstrate the following:
Either hold a Bachelor degree, or have qualified for an equivalent award; or hold a Graduate Diploma with an average of credit or hold a similar award; or have demonstrated in study or professional performance the potential to undertake study successfully at a master degree level acceptable to the AGSPM.
The Master of Public Policy and Administration degree program consists of 12 subjects, each of eight point value. Six of the subjects are core requirements and six are electives.
Session 1 (Autumn)
Session 2 (Spring)
Session 3 (Autumn)
Session 4 (Spring)
Session 5 (Autumn)
Session 6 (Spring)