With a reputation for teaching excellence and innovation, UNSW's Master of Laws offers law graduates an opportunity to acquire further expertise and enhance their career prospects. Available to lawyers.
The Master of Business Law is designed for non-lawyers involved in the private, commercial, government or international sectors where business law issues are relevant to their employment. Available to non-lawyers.
The Master of Criminal Justice & Criminology is designed for graduates seeking an interdisciplinary specialised education at an advanced level in criminal justice law, policy, theory and practice. Available to lawyers and non-lawyers.
The Master of Dispute Resolution provides a comprehensive, academically rigorous program for those seeking a specialist postgraduate qualification in dispute resolution theory and practice. Available to lawyers and non-lawyers.
The Master of Environmental Law & Policy provides an interdisciplinary study program that meets the knowledge requirements of students interested in careers in environmental law, and environmental policy and management. Available to lawyers and non-lawyers.
The Master of Human Rights Law & Policy is designed to train and support future professionals and scholars as leaders in the exciting, dynamic and expanding field of international human rights law and policy. Available to lawyers and non-lawyers. UNSW Law is the only institution in the world to offer a Human Rights Law & Policy degree for non-law graduates.
The Master of International Law & International Relations provides those with an interest in careers in international law and international relations a keen understanding of the problems, conduct, overlap and conflicts between international law and politics, and the areas of interaction. Available to lawyers and non-lawyers.
The Master of International Law & Security provides students with a strong theoretical and practical understanding of the international legal system, the factors shaping the global and Asia-Pacific security and strategic environments, and the complex policy challenges presented by the new security agenda. Available to lawyers and non-lawyers. .
The Master of Law, Media & Journalism equips students to interact with new media developments in a practical way and understand the legal consequences of those interactions. It develops a depth of knowledge through understanding of the different regulatory and legal issues that arise in the context of print, radio, television and online media sector, media relations and corporate communications. Available to lawyers and non-lawyers.
This program is designed primarily as a training course in advanced work. Candidates learn the fundamentals of research and acquire certain new techniques.
Equivalent to a PhD, the SJD is among the highest forms of degree that a university can award. The SJD degree provides an opportunity to combine a doctoral thesis with the coursework component of LLM degree and allows significant research into an area of interest developed within the coursework program.
A Doctoral degree is recognition of successful research experience. The candidate must make a distinct contribution to knowledge – of fact and/or theory. For a doctorate, considerably more original work is required than for a masters research degree.