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Master of Ethics and Legal Studies - Distance

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  • Objectives
    CSU’s Ethics and Legal Studies program is an articulated set of courses in ethics and legal studies drawing on the diverse expertise within the Faculty of Arts.
  • Academic Title
    Master of Ethics and Legal Studies
  • Course description
    Including
    Graduate Diploma of Ethics and Legal Studies GradDipEthics&LegStud
    Graduate Certificate in Ethics and Legal Studies GradCertEthics&LegStud

    About the course

    It is designed to meet the demand for the study of ethics and legal studies across various vocations in a way that is broad in scope and provides specialist expertise particular professions require.

    In addition to core subjects in ethics and in legal studies, students may select subjects in accordance with their particular needs and interests.

    Subjects may be selected from a comprehensive, vocation-directed list of subjects dealing in ethical and legal issues offered by the many disciplines across the faculties. In the Graduate Diploma and Master courses, students may choose a vocationally-specific specialisation, thus gaining postgraduate expertise in ethics and legal studies that is highly specific to their particular profession.

    Articulation and credit

    The Master, Graduate Diploma and Graduate Certificate articulate fully and full credit is given in each higher level course for the subjects completed in the lower level course.

    Graduation requirements

    To graduate, students must satisfactorily complete 96 points (12 subjects) in the Master degree, 64 points (eight subjects) in the Graduate Diploma and 32 points (four subjects) in the Graduate Certificate. In addition, successful completion of the course for those undertaking a specialised area will require that students complete the core subjects required by their specialised area at Pass level or better.

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