Graduate Diploma in Environmental Law and Policy (GDELP) provides an inter-disciplinary study program that meets the knowledge requirements of students interested in careers in environmental law, and environmental policy and management.
This novel interdisciplinary environmental program is the only one in Australia to integrate the otherwise separate disciplines of law, policy and management. Students will acquire an understanding, knowledge and analytical skills in relation to the issues, challenges and conduct of environmental law, environmental policy and environmental management, and the areas of interaction between the disciplines. The program provides opportunities for in-depth study in respect of the interrelationship between the environmental legal system, the frameworks and tools of sustainable environmental management, and the complex policy issues presented by the environmental challenges of the 21st century. Not all courses are necessarily available in any one year.
completion of a recognized bachelor degree
meet English requirements.
* Some programs have additional entry requirements, please contact UNSW for this information.
The GDELP may be taken full time in two semesters or part time in a minimum of three semesters. A total of 48 units of credit (8 courses) are required for the award of the degree of GDELP.
The Graduate Diploma in Environmental Law and Policy (GDELP) is a joint program of UNSW Law and Interdisciplinary Environmental Studies at UNSW of the School of Biological, Earth and Environmental Sciences. Postgraduate Law and IES courses are taught in a variety of formats during the University´s formal academic semesters, including summer. While some are taught for two hours per week over a teaching semester, other classes are arranged more intensively to permit students to focus fully on a research essay.
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