PGCert - Security and Crime Science as a subject
Postgraduate certificates and diplomas provide the opportunity for continuing professional development in the same area as an original degree.
Crime Science uses evidence-based information together with scientific approaches and methods to reduce crime and threats to security.
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Prescriptions for the PGCert(SCS), PGDip(SCS) and MSCS
To complete a Postgraduate Certificate in Security and Crime Science PGCert(SCS), Postgraduate Diploma in Security and Crime Science PGDip(SCS), or Master of Security and Crime Science (MSCS), students must complete CRSCI501 and CRSCI502.
Students completing a PGCert(SCS), will need to complete an additional 30 points from the 500 level papers listed for Security and Crime Science, excluding the 60 point dissertation.
Students completing a PGDip(SCS), will need to complete an additional 90 points from the 500 level papers listed for Security and Crime Science, excluding the 60 point dissertation.
Students enrolled in a 180 point MSCS will take the compulsory papers and additional papers to a total of 120 points from the 500 level papers listed for Security and Crime Science, including CRSCI592 or CRSCI594.
Depending on previous study, students who have an honours degree or a postgraduate diploma in a subject other than Security and Crime Science may be given a waiver of 15 points of the taught papers required for the MSCS, except for the compulsory papers.
 The MSCS will not be offered in 2023.
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Further information about the subject can be found at Te Puna Haumaru New Zealand Institute for Security and Crime Science