Online course structure
To gain a LLM (Global Competition and Consumer Law) you must complete 100 points comprised of:
- Seven elective subjects, and
- One capstone subject.
Choose seven of the below electives. At least one of these subjects must be a research paper (7,000 words or more), these are marked with an *.
Please note that Foundations - Competition Law and Economics is a prerequisite for other online subjects in the course.
To help you plan your studies please see the following link for information about which subjects are available each term over the next two years and outlines a recommended study sequence for the LLM (Global Competition and Consumer Law) and Master of Global Competition and Consumer Law courses.
This will vary depending on the individual student’s background in the area and capacity. However, on average students will need to allocate around 6-8 hours ‘study’ time (including reading, watching videos, completing exercises and interactives, discussion board participation, participating in webinars, etc) per week, in addition to time required to complete assessments. The total time commitment required for each subject over a term will be 150 hours.
Discuss your subjects
Talk with a dedicated online student support consultant to find out more about:
- Content and learning outcomes
- Assessment requirements
- Time commitment required for each subject
- Possible recognition of prior learning
- Exit pathways.