Postgraduate Diploma of Policing, Intelligence and Counter Terrorism
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The Policing, Intelligence and Counter Terrorism course is designed to equip students with the ability to respond to major security, policing and defence issues both locally and internationally. Students will gain knowledge and understanding in contemporary policing, intelligence, counterterrorism and security studies.
To qualify for the award of Postgraduate Diploma of Policing, Intelligence and Counter Terrorism students must complete six units. The units should include the compulsory units as indicated in the course structure and a specialisation.
The Policing, Intelligence and Counter Terrorism course has two entrance pathways:
Applicants require an undergraduate degree from a recognised university.
Business and work experience
Applicants who do not have an academic qualification but have at least 5 years relevant work experience (experience in a defence, intelligence or law enforcement role requiring research and report writing skills) may gain entry to the course by first completing the Postgraduate Certificate, then progressing to the Postgraduate Diploma and articulating up to the Masters course.
Articulating to a higher course
Students enrolled in the Postgraduate Certificate must submit a fresh application at completion if they wish to articulate to the Postgraduate Diploma. Similarly, students enrolled in the Postgraduate Diploma need to submit a fresh application at completion to articulate to the Masters course.
International students need IELTS of 6.5
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