Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
The Law Research Masters offers candidates the opportunity to undertake research in a specialised area of law. Students will complete compulsory research support units and a supervised thesis that will make a substantial contribution to legal knowledge. This course will allow candidates to develop and acquire high-level skills in research and analysis, equipping candidates for careers in advanced research, tertiary education, professional training and policy development.
- 3 Units
- 60 Credit Points. Plus Master Thesis
- Research Preparation: Principles and Approaches
- Advanced Research Methods in Business and Law
- Thesis Preparation
Standard entry requirements
University admission requirements apply. All applicants are required to have a Weighted Average Mark (WAM) of 65 per cent or higher in a Bachelor degree from a similar discipline. Admission is also subject to a pre-entry review by the Associate Dean Law to determine the suitability of the intended research topic and the School's capacity to supervise.
Further Studies: Doctor of Philosophy: Students interested in completing doctoral research in Law should consider the Doctor of Philosophy (PhD).
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Related careers: Academic, Solicitor, Barrister, Judiciary, In-house Counsel, Arbitrator, Mediator, Company Secretary, Public Service employee, Private Researcher.