Research proposal 803

Module code RHP 803
Qualification Postgraduate
Faculty Faculty of Law
Module content

Development and presentation of a research  proposal. (A research proposal must be submitted to the supervisor and accepted in the first semester of the second year of study  before the student will be allowed to register for the mini-dissertation.)

Module credits 5.00
NQF Level 09
LLM International Air, Space and Telecommunications Law (Coursework)
LLM Alternative Dispute Resolution (Coursework)
LLM Banking Law (Coursework)
LLM Child Law (Coursework)
LLM Constitutional and Administrative Law (Coursework)
LLM Consumer Protection Law (Coursework)
LLM Corporate Law (Coursework)
LLM Disability Rights (Coursework)
LLM Environmental Law (Coursework)
LLM Estate Law (Coursework)
LLM Extractive Industry Law in Africa (Coursework)
LLM Human Rights and Democratisation in Africa (Coursework)
LLM Insolvency Law (Coursework)
LLM Insurance Law and Governance (Coursework)
LLM Intellectual Property Law (Coursework)
LLM International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights in Military Operations (Coursework)
LLM International Law (Coursework)
LLM International Trade and Investment Law in Africa (Coursework)
LLM Labour Law (Coursework)
LLM Law and Political Justice (Coursework)
LLM Law of Contract (Coursework)
LLM Mercantile Law (Coursework)
LLM Multidisciplinary Human Rights (Coursework)
LLM Private Law (Coursework)
LLM Procedural Law (Coursework)
LLM Sexual and Reproductive Rights in Africa (Coursework)
LLM Socio-economic Rights (Coursework)
LLM Tax Law (Coursework)
MPhil Alternative Dispute Resolution (Coursework)
MPhil Disability Rights (Coursework)
MPhil Environmental Law (Coursework)
MPhil Extractive Industry Policy, Management and Regulation (Coursework)
MPhil Human Rights and Democratisation in Africa (Coursework)
MPhil Law and Political Justice (Coursework)
MPhil Medical Law and Ethics (Coursework)
MPhil Multidisciplinary Human Rights (Coursework)
MPhil Sexual and Reproductive Rights in Africa (Coursework)
Prerequisites No prerequisites.
Language of tuition Module is presented in English
Department Law Deans Office
Period of presentation Year

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