The Postgraduate Certificate in Law is for those who have already completed an undergraduate degree, whether in Law or another area, and wish to gain advanced legal knowledge and develop their research skills.
The programme provides advanced theoretical and practical knowledge of law and legal issues, which you will be able to integrate with your existing knowledge and related professional experience. Practising lawyers can earn credit towards satisfying compulsory Continuing Legal Education requirements by enrolling in and completing papers towards a Postgraduate Certificate in Law.
In exceptional circumstances, a student who does not otherwise meet the criteria for entry to the Master of Laws but who has completed the PgCertLaw may be considered for admission into the Master of Laws.
Level of Study: 8
Duration: 6 months full time/ part time available
Venue: City Campus
Start Date: 26 Feb and 16 July 2018
To qualify for the Postgraduate Certificate in Law, a student must successfully complete an approved programme of study comprising 60 points from papers in the Master of Laws Table (Page 90).
The outcomes for graduates of this programme are outlined in the Graduate Profile
Last updated: 17-Oct-2017 3.44pm
The information on this page was correct at time of publication. For a comprehensive overview of AUT qualifications, please refer to the Academic Calendar.