Programs and Courses


Law and Justice

Undergraduate courses

Bachelor of Laws and Legal Practice

Bachelor of Criminology

Bachelor of Laws and Legal Practice (Honours)

Bachelor of Law and Society

Bachelor of Law and Society (Law Pathway)



Law and Society

Women's Studies

Graduate entry

Bachelor of Laws and Legal Practice (Graduate Entry)

Bachelor of Laws and Legal Practice (Graduate Entry) (Honours)

Postgraduate courses

Master of Laws (International Law / International Relations)

Juris Doctor

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Compliance (this course will not be offered after 2016)

Research Higher Degrees

Master of Laws

Doctor of Laws

A postgraduate research degree is more than just studying. It is a path to in-depth knowledge and unique expertise in your chosen field. In addition, studying for an research masters or doctorate will help:

  • Enhance skills and develop new ones (independent study, research skills);

  • Demonstrate to future employers an ability to cope with heavy workload and to self-motivate;

  • Develop expertise that only a few have in the world; and

  • Gain an internationally-recognised qualification.

For further information on research of higher degrees, click here.

Several scholarships are offered by Flinders University each year that cover both fees and provide an allowance.

Further information can be obtained from the University's Scholarships Office. Information on scholarships for international students can be viewed on the International Centre's website.

School of Law Postgraduate Research Proposals Policies and Procedures.

The Faculty provides further information on the process of undertaking a Postgraduate Research Degree.