Addictive Behaviours - M6014
The Master of Addictive Behaviours is offered in partnership with Turning Point, an internationally renowned drug and alcohol treatment and research centre.
The course will provide you with a comprehensive overview of addiction science, policy and practice. It is a multidisciplinary, modular course that is delivered online but which retains a strong interactive and dynamic focus. Covering contemporary concerns such as problem drinking and gambling, and misuse of prescribed and illicit drugs, the course is delivered by a team of national and international experts from Monash University, Turning Point and other leading universities.
This master’s program is built on a strong conceptual and theoretical foundation. It covers key topics in epidemiology, public health and policy, prevention and treatment and research methods. Building on your qualification in psychology, criminology, nursing, medicine and social work, or if you are a professional engaged in criminal justice, mental health, community health and public policy, this program enables you to further your career development, improve your academic skills and gain a rewarding and satisfying educational experience.
All units in this course are delivered online. Contact with teaching staff is conducted via forum discussions, announcements, email and telephone.
At a glance
|Location(s):||Off-campus: Part time|
|Duration:||3 years (part time)|
|Start date:||First Semester (February)|
|Qualification:||Master of Addictive Behaviours|