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Law, Policy and Politics

Year



Type

Major

Description

This major will allow students to study a range of global politics, policy and legal courses that cover topics such as public international law, marginalisation in world affairs, indigenous legal systems, environmental politics and human rights. The blend of law and politics within this program will provide insight and clarity on the complex nature of international development and governance through research, case studies and problem solving using a blended learning approach.

Prerequisite(s)

N/A

Assumed Knowledge

N/A

Courses

Course Area and cat no. Units Level References
MAJOR
Global Politics and Development POLI 1020 4.5 1
Foundations of Law LAWS 1016 4.5 1
The Politics of Environmental Change in Australia and Asia POLI 2031 4.5 2
Framing the International: Representations of Global Politics POLI 2030 4.5 2
Law, Land and Peoples LAWS 3086 4.5 3
Human Rights Law LAWS 3076 4.5 3
Villains, Victims and Outsiders: Marginalisation in World Affairs POLI 3019 4.5 3
Public International Law LAWS 3013 4.5 3
SUB-MAJOR
Global Politics and Development POLI 1020 4.5 1
Foundations of Law LAWS 1016 4.5 1
The Politics of Environmental Change in Australia and Asia POLI 2031 4.5 2
Framing the International: Representations of Global Politics POLI 2030 4.5 2
Law, Land and Peoples LAWS 3086 4.5 3
Public International Law LAWS 3013 4.5 3
MINOR
Global Politics and Development POLI 1020 4.5 1
Foundations of Law LAWS 1016 4.5 1
Law, Land and Peoples LAWS 3086 4.5 3
Framing the International: Representations of Global Politics POLI 2030 4.5 2

Rules

Nil

Notes

Nil