LLM in Cyber Law (Course work)

Home » University Courses » LLM in Cyber Law (Course work)

General

Faculty Website:   Faculty of Law
Department: Department of Public Law
Programme Level: Postgraduate
Programme Name: LLM in Cyber Law (Course work)
Programme Code: M4054Q

Medium of Facilitation: part-time, Full-Time
NQF Level: 9
NQF Credits: 180
SAQA: 73991

Application Start Date: 1 April 2024
Application End Date: 31 October 2024

Campus: Auckland Park Kingsway

Contacts: 011 559 4555
Email: mylife@uj.ac.za

Duration of Study: 

Programme Fees


Purpose

The purpose of the three taught modules is to develop the student’s intellectual and theoretical competencies at an advanced level, and to strengthen their ability to understand the different fields of study and related law from the viewpoint of a critical analysis of the underlying principles and a comparative evaluation of the application value of foreign data. The purpose of the minor dissertation is to develop the student’s capacity to give a scientific account of and apply the knowledge in the area of the different fields of study and related law that they’ve  gained through literature study.


Admission Requirements

The minimum entry requirement is an LLB degree (or equivalent qualification) at NQF Level 7 or 8 and a minimum number of credits of 624. Candidates for admission to Master’s degrees in general need to have obtained their previous degree with an average mark of at least 65%. A student can gain entry at the beginning of and for purposes of registration for any of the three coursework modules. Depending on the pre-study, a supplementary study programme may be required as condition for admission. Students may be selected for entry to the qualification. This selection will be based on one or more objectively justifiable and appropriate criteria. Such criteria may include the academic merit of an applicant, the relevant practical experience of an applicant and the number of students who can be effectively accommodated in a programme or module having regard to the high level of personal interaction required between Master’s students and supervisors/study leaders. Work prescribed in law modules is in English and in Afrikaans. It is the student’s responsibility to ensure that he/she is able to understand the prescribed work in both languages.

Latest News

| View All News
...

Vice-Chancellor Message – 24 May 2024


Since its inception almost 20 years ago, our University has

...

UJ’s Department of Nursing celebrates nurses and midwives: The unsung…


Issues around the role of midwives and nurses in providing

...

Reimagining museums: Towards one world ethnographic museums and subjunctive museology


The University of Johannesburg welcomed the Department of Anthropology and

...

UJ launches the Pure Research Portal


The University of Johannesburg (UJ) is proud to announce a

...

Twins Charlotte and Charmaine Setati graduate together with Bachelor of…


It was double the joy for the parents of Charlotte

UJ Faculties

| All Faculties
...

College of Business and Economics (CBE)


Created from the former Faculties of Management, and Economic and Financial Sciences

...

Faculty of Art, Design And Architecture


Industry-relevant and competitive professional programmes

...

Faculty of Education


Education has the power to transform human lives

...

Faculty of Engineering & the Built Environment


First in South Africa offering a full range of professional engineering qualifications

...

Faculty of Health Sciences


A preferred learner experience and innovative methods

...

Faculty of Humanities


To the benefit of individuals, the University and the community we serve

...

Faculty of Law


Traditional, specialised and short course Law programmes

...

Faculty of Science


Innovatively creating new knowledge and leading scientists

...

Johannesburg Business School


JBS. The Business of Reimagining Your Future.