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Unsure if you can commit to a Masters? A popular option is to start with a Graduate Certificate or Graduate Diploma. You’ll be able to advance your knowledge and skills in less time. And if you decide later to progress towards a Masters, you’ll receive credit towards that award.
You may enrol in single subjects and claim CPD points if relevant. Assessment is optional. But if you choose to proceed to an award qualification later, you do need to complete the assessment(s). View subjects by intake date
Please note FEE HELP is not available for single subject enrolments.
Graduate Certificate in Applied Law
Customise your Graduate Certificate and complete any two subjects across practice areas.
Graduate Diploma of Applied Law
Choose four subjects in your chosen area:
Or complete any 4 subjects across practice areas to attain the Graduate Diploma of Applied Law
Graduate Diploma of Family Dispute Resolution Practice (FDRP)
You are required to successfully complete the 5 core FDR subjects.
Master of Laws (Applied Law)
Without a major
Complete 8 subjects of your choice. This includes the Major Project in one of the practice areas
Complete 8 subjects – 4 of which must come from your major subject area. This includes a Capstone Project in that area. Please note a pre-requisite for enrolling in the Capstone project is that you have competed 3 subjects from the major subject area.
Complete 8 subjects – 4 from each of your major subject areas. This includes a Capstone Project in one of those areas.
Master of Applied Law (Family law)
You will complete 5 core subjects and 3 elective subjects
You must have a law degree to undertake a Graduate Certificate in Applied Law, Graduate Diploma of Applied Law or Master of Laws (Applied Law) at The College of Law.