Integrity is now, perhaps more than ever, a key component of decision making, management and leadership. Skills and training from the specialisation prepare you to respond effectively to complexities such as corruption and threats to integrity.
If you are or will be in a leadership role in government, civil society or industry, this specialisation is for you. It will equip you with the skills and practical insights to improve governance, public trust and integrity. In particular, it will help you:
• Understand complexities in governance;
• Debate, identify, assess, and communicate effectively in the area of integrity and anti-corruption;
• Solve the problems that undermine integrity and lead to corruption in the process of decision and policy making.
The study will expose you to the political, economic, and social complexities that undermine integrity and lead to corruption. You will receive training on how to examine policies, organisations and institutions that can build and undermine integrity.
When you complete the study of the program, you will have the in-depth knowledge and skills to identify corruption and threats to integrity, assess responses, and devise solutions. You will be able to engage in key debates around integrity and anti-corruption, effectively communicate with stakeholders working in the field, and evaluate and create solutions.
The program has a range of elective subjects and can be tailored to students’ professional field and interests:
• Related disciplines: Policy Studies
• Political Sciences
• Public Administration
• Law and Criminology
• Political Geography
In 2024, all graduate courses offered by the Crawford School will be available for either in-person or online study. All students are expected to attend live sessions at particular times each week for their courses. Crawford online courses are not ‘study at your own pace’. International students studying on an Australian student visa should enrol in in-person courses.
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This Master of Public Policy Specialisation requires the completion of 24 units in the specific area.