All units offered can be undertaken as a cross-institutional enrolment. This allows students enrolled in a course at another university to complete a Monash Law unit and have it credited towards their course.
Enrolment is subject to approval of both the home institution and Monash Law School. A letter of approval from the home institution must be submitted with the application.
Units may be taught in an intensive, semi-intensive or semester long format:
- intensive units are delivered over a maximum of two weeks.
- semi-intensive units are delivered over a period exceeding two weeks. These include but are not limited to:
- three hours per session on eight occasions
- four hours per session on six occasions
- five hours per session on five occasions
- semester long units are offered as two hours per session on 12 occasions
Refer to the postgraduate timetable for specific unit dates and times.
- a Bachelor of Laws or equivalent legal qualification, with a minimum credit average; or
- a Bachelor of Laws or equivalent legal qualification and at least one year of relevant work experience; or
- an undergraduate degree or equivalent qualification in any discipline and at least one year of relevant work experience in the area of specialisation.
Applicants who do not hold an undergraduate degree may be admitted if they have relevant qualifications and work experience considered an equivalent or satisfactory substitute and that constitutes suitable preparation for the proposed course of study.