Upon completion of the LLM (Research) you will have the knowledge and skills to advance your career in your specialised area of legal expertise. The program will open a range of academic and professional opportunities in academia or research in both private or public sectors.
Where will your degree take you?
Higher education academia
Becoming an academic at a university or other higher education institution, you can teach, engage in research, and specialise in your area of interest.
Dietetic graduates with an interest in research can work in an array of health and research settings including universities, the food industry, hospitals and health services, national government departments and research institutes. As the field of food and nutrition is broad, nutrition-related research projects are vast and can include food science (the physical, biological and chemical components of food), the psychology of eating and behaviour change, and clinical nutrition.
Program learning outcomes
Program Learning Outcomes provide a broad and measurable set of standards that incorporate a range of knowledge, skills and abilities that will be achieved on completion of the program. These outcomes will help you determine whether this program aligns with your professional pathway, career and learning goals.
View Master of Laws (by Research) learning outcomes
- Formulate viable and significant legal research questions and initiate a legal research project.
- Interpret, analyse and evaluate complex legal issues, information and problems relevant to and extending beyond the field of law.
- Collaborate effectively and communicate the results of legal research to specialist and non-specialist audiences.
- Critically reflect on legal research principles, methods and outcomes.
- Demonstrate higher level self-management and decision-making skills to plan and execute legal research effectively and ethically.
CRICOS Code: 093848D
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