Bachelor of Arts / Bachelor of Laws

Bond University

Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
Level: Undergraduate
CRICOS: 00017B

Bond’s accelerated three-semester-per-year timetable makes it easy to tackle a double degree. In fact, you can complete two degrees at Bond in less time than you could graduate with just one at most other universities. Bond’s Bachelor of Arts / Bachelor of Laws combination takes just under four years to complete. The combination of Arts and Law will allow you to tailor your studies according to your interests by selecting your choice of Humanities subjects in combination with a recognised Law degree that is an approved degree for admission to legal practice, in conjunction with the Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice.

Structure

TOTAL CREDIT POINTS : 400

Subjects

  • LAWS11-105: Legal Foundations A (10CP)LAWS11-106: Legal Foundations B (10CP)LAWS11-107: Foundations of Private Law (10CP)LAWS11-108: Foundations of Public and Criminal Law (10CP)LAWS11-201: Contract Law A (10CP)LAWS11-202: Tort Law (10CP)LAWS11-203: Criminal Law (10CP)LAWS11-204: Property Law A (10CP)LAWS11-216: Constitutional Law (10CP)LAWS11-217: Contract Law B (10CP)LAWS11-218: Property Law B (10CP)LAWS11-310: Corporate Law (10CP)LAWS11-313: Equity (10CP)LAWS11-317: Administrative Law (10CP)LAWS11-318: Evidence (10CP)LAWS11-325: Civil Dispute Resolution (10CP)LAWS11-326: Legal Profession (10CP)

Standard entry requirements

Australian Year 12 qualification or equivalent Selection Rank

Study information

CampusFeesMid year intakeAttendance
Gold Coast International: $229,200 No
  • Full-time : 3.4 years

Further information

The Bachelor of Arts / Bachelor of Laws enables you to graduate with two undergraduate degrees. The combined degree provides you with the professional outcomes and opportunities of both individual degrees. Please refer to the individual programs for professional outcomes. Completing this combined program will provide opportunities for a range of careers in private, government and not for profit sectors. Graduates may seek to practise law whilst utilising a strong, broad set of skills essential to all professions no matter what the chosen career. Or they may employ their study of humanities to work in alternative industries and apply their legal background in compliance, regulation and intellectual property.

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