Graduate coursework

Masters and non-Masters graduate programs

The School of Social and Political Sciences has teaching responsibility in the following Masters programs:

  • Master of Criminology
  • Master of Development Studies
  • Master of International Relations
  • Master of Public Policy and Management
  • Master of Social Policy

The School also offers a range of non-Masters graduate programs that are available to those wishing to complete a shorter program of study or for those requiring a pathway into a Masters program. These include:

  • Graduate Certificate in Arts
  • Graduate Diploma in Arts
  • Graduate Certificate in Arts (Advanced)
  • Graduate Diploma in Arts (Advanced)

For more information about the various graduate programs, course structures, entry requirements and application process, please visit the Melbourne School of Government and the Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences websites.

Thesis requirements

The following documents provide important information on submission dates, hurdle requirements, supervision expectations and the submission requirements of your thesis:

Search the staff list to find a research supervisor. You can filter the list by study are and supervision availability.

For more information about ethics please visit the Faculty of Arts Human research ethics web page.

Policy and procedures

Refer to the Melbourne Policy Library website for information on University policies and guidelines in connection with your studies.

Contact

Current graduate coursework information on the Faculty of Arts website.

Stop 1: information and services for current graduate students.

Phone: Stop 1 at 13 MELB (13 63 52) 9am-5pm Monday to Friday
Contact: Submit an enquiry

Future students

For more information about the various graduate programs, course structures, entry requirements and application process, please visit the Melbourne School of Government and the Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences websites.