Jurisprudence

Units of study

Unit of study Credit points A: Assumed knowledge P: Prerequisites C: Corequisites N: Prohibition Session

Graduate Diploma in Jurisprudence

Students must complete 24 credit points of units of study.

Units of Study

JURS6018
Constitutional Theory

This unit of study is not available in 2018

6      Intensive August
LAWS6350
Criminal Law: History and Theory

This unit of study is not available in 2018

6    A LAWS6034 Criminal Liability, undergraduate criminal law or by permission of Unit Coordinator
Intensive October
JURS6019
Freedom of Speech
6      Intensive August
LAWS6187
Functional Analysis of Law and Soc Control
6      Intensive March
LAWS6827
Legal Responsibility and Philosophy of Mind
6      Semester 2
LAWS6335
Neurolaw: Brain Mind Law and Ethics

This unit of study is not available in 2018

6   

This unit is offered in online mode, with a compulsory face-to-face workshop conducted over 2 days. Students are required to digest materials posted in the Learning Management System each week, including traditional academic literature and multi-media resources, and to complete weekly online tasks (including quizzes and discussion questions).
Intensive September
LAWS6308
Philosophy of Law
6   

Students cannot enrol directly into this unit in Sydney Student. Enrolment instructions will be provided upon successful pre-enrolment registration. For further information, please visit http://sydney.edu.au/law/offshore/index.shtml.
Intensive July
LAWS6836
Precedent, Interpretation and Probability

This unit of study is not available in 2018

6    N JURS6028 or JURS6029
Semester 2
LAWS6338
The Nature of the Common Law
6      Intensive May
LAWS6119
The State and Global Governance
6   

Master of Law and International Development students may undertake this unit as an elective or capstone unit.
Intensive May
LAWS6940
Theories of Law

This unit of study is not available in 2018

6    N LAWS5169 or LAWS3469
Intensive June
LAWS6316
Theories of the Judiciary
6      Intensive June