Graduate Diploma in Dispute Resolution | Law

Graduate Diploma in Dispute Resolution

Program code: 
5235
Units of credit: 
36 uoc
No. of courses: 
6 courses (2 compulsory)
Duration: 
Full time or part time
Semester start: 
Semester 1 & Semester 2
Additional entry requirements: 
Undergraduate degree
View UNSW online handbook

Program overview

The Graduate Diploma in Dispute Resolution offers students the opportunity of advanced graduate study without undertaking a full Master of Dispute Resolution degree.

There is no difference between the Graduate Diploma and the Master of Dispute Resolution in terms of the content and depth with which particular courses are studied – the Graduate Diploma merely requires completion of fewer courses.

Program structure

Students must successfully complete a total of 12 uoc in the core courses Dispute Resolution and Principled Negotiation. Students then choose a total of 24 uoc (4 courses) from the relevant elective courses.

Visit UNSW Online Handbook for further information.

Did you know?

  • Mediators who have undergone mediator training and been accredited to the national standard by LEADR, the Association of Dispute Resolvers, may be eligible for advanced standing of 6 uoc or 1 course in the Master of Dispute Resolution.
  • Graduates of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators in Australia who have completed the CIArb Diploma may be eligible for up to 12 uoc or 2 courses in the Master of Dispute Resolution.
  • Undertake a research thesis.
  • Study up to two courses from another stream.