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Course: Master of International Economic Law (865AA)

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Award: Master of International Economic Law
Course Level: 04
Faculty: Faculty of Business, Government & Law
University Admissions Centre (UAC) Course Code: 880117
CRICOS Code: 038225C
Offered Locations and Delivery Modes:

  • UC Bruce Campus
    • Full Time, Face-to-Face -
    • Part Time, Face-to-Face -

Introduction

The Master of International Economic Law is a specialised degree course designed for law and non-law graduates who wish to develop their knowledge of international economic law. Candidates will be able to increase their knowledge and understanding in the key areas of international commercial transactions, finance, technology, competition law and dispute resolution. The course canvasses the legal implications of individual transactions as well as policy and international level legal issues.

Candidates may complete the Master of International Economic Law degree entirely by coursework, or by coursework and a minor research project.

Course Requirements

24 credit points comprising:

(a) Required (6 credit points) as follows:
6644 Principles of Common Law PG
6621 Advanced Legal Research and Writing PG

(b) Restricted choice (18 credit points) as follows:
18 credit points from any other PG level law units.

For a list of current Law unit offerings, please refer to the Law Faculty website <http://www.canberra.edu.au/faculties/law/courses/unit-offerings>.

Typical Course Structure

Option (b) restricted choice


Semester 1 Semester 2
6644 Principles of Common Law PG PG level law unit
6621 Advanced Legal Research and Writing PG PG level law unit
PG level law unit PG level law unit
PG level law unit PG level law unit

Course Duration

Standard two semesters full-time or equivalent. Maximum six semesters.

Admission Requirements

Admission is open to graduates of any discipline. Applicants will normally have either a 4-year undergraduate degree with a Grade Point Average of 5.0 or higher or hold qualifications deemed equivalent by the Universitys Admissions Committee; or a 3 year undergraduate degree with a Grade Point Average of 5.0 or higher along with 2 years relevant work experience, or hold qualifications deemed equivalent by the Universitys Admissions Committee along with 2 years relevant work experience.
Advanced standing of up to 3 credit points may be granted on the basis of studies equivalent to the unit Principles of Common Law PG. Additional advanced standing of up to two PG level units may be granted for graduates on the basis of completion of up to two equivalent and comparable level units at a recognised Australian or foreign university.

Approved Credit arrangements.

Credit of up to 12 credit points may be granted on the basis of an incomplete or complete postgraduate course in accordance with the Credit Policy.

 
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