Posted by: Donovan3 - 9/11/2010
The School of Political and Social Inquiry comprises the program areas of Anthropology, Behavioural Studies, Criminology, Politics and Sociology as well as the Centre for Women's Studies & Gender Research, the Centre for Population and Urban Research (CPUR), the Global Terrorism Research Centre (GTRC), the Unesco Chair in Interreligious and Intercultural Relations – Asia Pacific and the Centre for Islam and the Modern World (CIMOW).The School has a presence on three Melbourne campuses: Clayton, Caulfield and Berwick and is also represented in Malaysia and South Africa. It is one of the largest humanities/social science schools in Australia and one of the largest Schools within the Faculty of Arts at Monash University.The School offers undergraduate and applied graduate courses, honours and higher degree supervision in all of the above programs and in interdisciplinary fields. It also offers graduate diplomas and coursework masters degrees in international relations, counter-terrorism studies, applied social research and criminology. The core teaching areas traverse social, cultural and political theory, addressing key contemporary issues such as globalization, governance, terrorism, collective and individual identities, gender, sex and crime and social, political and demographic changes in Australia.