The course resolutions detailed in this page apply to all courses included in the table below under section 1 (course codes).
These resolutions must be read in conjunction with applicable University By-laws, Rules and policies including (but not limited to) the University of Sydney (Coursework) Rule 2014 (the 'Coursework Rule'), the Coursework Policy 2021 (the 'Coursework Policy'), the Learning and Teaching Policy 2019, the Resolutions of the Faculty, University of Sydney (Student Academic Appeals) Rule 2021, the Academic Honesty in Coursework Policy 2015 and the Academic Honesty Procedures 2016. Current versions of all policies are available from the Policy Register: https://www.sydney.edu.au/policies
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The attendance pattern for this course is full-time or part-time according to candidate choice.
The master's degree in these resolutions is a professional master's degree, as defined by the Coursework Rule.
(1) Available places will be offered to qualified applicants based on merit, according to the following admissions criteria.
(2) Admission to the degree requires:
(a) a bachelor's degree with a minimum credit average from the University of Sydney or an equivalent qualification; or
(b) a bachelor's degree from the University of Sydney, or an equivalent qualification; and the applicant provides evidence of two years of relevant professional experience.
The units of study that may be taken for the course are set out in the table of units of study for the Master of Administrative Law and Policy. To qualify for the award of the Master of Administrative Law and Policy, a candidate must complete 48 credit points, comprising:
(a) 18 credit points of core units of study and 30 credit points of elective units of study, comprising a minimum of 42 credit points from the University of Sydney Law School, for candidates without a law background; or
(b) 12 credit points of core units of study and 36 credit points of elective units of study, comprising a minimum of 36 credit points from the University of Sydney Law School, for candidates with a law background.
(1) These resolutions apply to students who commenced their candidature on or after 1 January 2019.
(2) For all students who commenced their candidature prior to 1 January 2019, students will have the option to transfer to the new resolutions, or remain on the old resolutions.