Bachelor of Business/ Bachelor of Laws
Application deadlines: December 1, June 1
Full-time, Distance & online learning
Intakes: February 11, August 5
International tuition: A$31,500
Domestic tuition: A$10,958
Combine a Bachelor of Business and Bachelor of Laws at UC and you will: gain a broad theoretical and technical knowledge of the discipline of law, suitable for entering the legal profession, becoming an advocate, or undertaking related careers fine-tune your ability to present ideas and opinions effectively and communicate within and across professional and cultural boundaries specialise, through electives, in selected areas of law with an emphasis on commercial law specialise in a range of management areas, including human resource management, finance, IT and accounting, marketing and business analytics acquire a broad understanding of the theory and practice of management and the ability to problem solve, analyse and evaluate information in a systematic, creative and insightful way
This program can be done
Admission Requirements Normal UC admission requirements to an undergraduate course. The normal UC requirements for admission to undergraduate degrees are based on an entrance rank. A rank can be achieved by the following means: Year 12 ATAR other Australian Qualification work Experience overseas Qualification English Language Requirements: There are non-standard English language requirements for this course. To be eligible you must have an academic IELTS or equivalent of 6.5, with no band score below 6.0. For alternate/equivalent ways of meeting the English requirements for this course please view the English Proficiency Requirements document on the university website.
Barrister, solicitor, policy adviser, advocate, researcher, manager, entrepreneur, business owner or even politician… your career options (and the potential to earn a healthy salary) will be endless with UC’s Bachelor of Laws/Bachelor of Business degree. Graduates will have the accredited skills and qualifications required to explore legal and business careers in: law firms government and the public sector, including as in-house counsel, policy advisor, and in legislative drafting and law reform the community sector, such as community legal work and professional advocacy private legal practice small or large businesses management education and research.
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