Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
As the world of business evolves, companies are realising that their employees are their most valuable asset. When undertaken effectively, human resource management can help companies adapt and thrive in environments of constant economic, sociology, and technological change. Furthermore, because HR managers are increasingly responsible for areas such as training, workplace laws and obligations, succession planning and performance management, a knowledge of the law is invaluable.At The University of Notre Dame Australia, our Bachelor of Laws / Bachelor of Human Resource Management is a five-year, full-time degree. Intensely challenging and highly practical, this double degree program will expose you to new ways of thinking, giving you the skills to critically analyse existing resources and determine outside-the-box solutions.Through the study of subjects such as Commercial Law, Contract Law, and Alternative Dispute Resolution, you will also gain a solid understanding of your legal obligations in the workplace. Similarly, your studies in Employment Relations, Human Resource Policy and Change Management will teach you how to you may apply your knowledge within an organisational structure.As a graduate you will receive accreditation from the Australian Human Resource Institute and, pending the completion of the relevant practical legal training, the Legal Practice Board of Western Australia.
- 3 core curriculum courses
- 23 compulsory law courses
- 4 law elective courses
- 6 business foundation courses
- 8 human resource management courses
- 1 business internship
- Human resource management
Standard entry requirements
- Applicants with recent Secondary Education: Indicative ATAR of 90 or equivalent with a score of 50+ in ATAR English, ATAR Literature or ATAR English as an Additional Language or Dialect (EALD)
- Or Minimum International Baccalaureate (IB) score of 33. Applicants with Higher Education Study: Other University Studies completed at undergraduate level or higher. A minimum number of 4 subjects with a high credit average is required.
The Legal Practitioner Board of WA