Full-time students take eight modules per year for two years. Part-time students take one to three modules per year.
The core modules are designed to impart legal knowledge, develop problem-solving techniques and provide contextual analysis and research skills. There will be close liaison with the students place of work, with a mentoring system enabling students to apply in the work place what they learn at University. Skills will be developed in client care, case management and supervision.
Students can complement their course of study with a number of advice-based modules from a range including housing, employment, welfare, debt and consumer rights and benefits. Students undertake an analysis of the law, including practice and procedure, in each of the chosen subject areas.