Bachelor of Entrepreneurial Transformation/ Bachelor of Laws

Bond University

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

New technologies and increased globalisation are creating unprecedented potential for start-ups, entrepreneurship, and business transformation across every industry. Think Non-Fungible Tokens, virtual and augmented reality, artificial intelligence and robotics.This brave new world is disrupting how the law is interpreted, applied, and practised at every level – both within the legal industry itself, and outside of it. Graduates with skills in law and entrepreneurship will thrive in any industry and any setting.Bond’s Bachelor of Entrepreneurial Transformation / Bachelor of Laws is a unique transdisciplinary program that combines the qualifications needed to practise as a lawyer, with skills in entrepreneurship, digital technology, design thinking and innovation. Students graduate as active global citizens with the imagination to contribute to the development of thriving future societies.




  • BUSN12-200: Responsible and Sustainable Organisations (10CP)COLB11-100: Global Citizenship (10CP)COLB12-100: Immersion 1: Work-Based Experience (10CP)COLB12-110: Trust, Privacy, Law and Ethics in the Digital Age (10CP)COLB12-120: Design: Process, Methods and Mindsets (10CP)COLB13-110: Immersion 2: Work Placement (10CP)COMN12-302: Digital Media and Society (10CP)DTSC11-110: Cyber and Fraud Threats in Organisations (10CP)MGMT13-311: Managing Strategic Change (10CP)MKTG11-100: Marketing (10CP)MKTG13-312: Internet and Social Media Marketing (10CP)STAT11-112: Quantitative Methods (10CP)

Standard entry requirements

Australian Year 12 qualification or equivalent Selection Rank

Study information

CampusFeesMid year intakeAttendance
Gold Coast International: $237,600 No
  • Full-time : 3.8 years

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