Bachelor of Business, Bachelor of Laws

2021 course information for Domestic Students
2021 course information for International Students

updated 6:02 AM on Thu, 15 July

Domestic snapshot

International snapshot

IELTS
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ATAR
80
Duration
5 years full-time; 10 years part-time
5 years full-time
Location
Gold Coast
Start date
February, June
Course code
3206102
Course abbreviation
BBus, LLB
Credit points
480
Equivalent units
40
CRICOS
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Fees
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Please note, some locations may not have all intake periods available. See the full availability details for further information.

Course overview

Knowledge of the intricacies of the law and of business can give you a competitive edge, regardless of the field you work in.

Our five-year double degree takes you into many areas of the law relevant to Australian organisations – from industrial relations to corporate finance. You can tailor your degree through the choice of a business major and a wide range of law electives.

Graduates are prepared for a wide range of career opportunities extending across the law and business in the private and public sectors. The Bachelor of Laws (LLB) fulfils the academic requirements for admission to the legal profession. Professional admission authorities also require law graduates of all universities to complete practical legal training or similar to be eligible to practise as a lawyer.

Applicants who do not have the required entry mark for a double degree in law are encouraged to apply for the Bachelor of Business in the first instance.

Knowledge of the intricacies of the law and of business can give you a competitive edge, regardless of the field you work in.

Our five-year double degree takes you into many areas of the law relevant to Australian organisations – from industrial relations to corporate finance. You can tailor your degree through the choice of a business major and a wide range of law electives.

Graduates are prepared for a wide range of career opportunities extending across the law and business in the private and public sectors. The Bachelor of Laws (LLB) fulfils the academic requirements for admission to the legal profession. Professional admission authorities also require law graduates of all universities to complete practical legal training or similar to be eligible to practise as a lawyer.

Applicants who do not have the required entry mark for a double degree in law are encouraged to apply for the Bachelor of Business in the first instance.

Current Southern Cross students – to access your official course details for the year you started your degree, please visit the handbook.

Entry requirements

See the University’s Rules Relating to Awards, in conjunction with the Specific Award Rules listed below.

Language requirements

English language requirements apply to International applicants and other applicants whose previous study was undertaken in a language other than English. The minimum English language requirements for such applicants for entry to this course are as follows

CategoryScore
Overall6.0
Listeningminimum 5.5
Readingminimum 5.5
Speakingminimum 5.5
Writingminimum 5.5

About the course

There are no majors in the Bachelor of Laws degree, but a diverse range of law-based elective units is available.

The following Bachelor of Business majors are available in the double degree:

  • Aviation Management
  • Business Analytics
  • Entrepreneurship and Innovation.

Specialisations available in the Bachelor of Business include:

  • Accounting
  • Financial Services.

Please note that not all majors are offered at each location, but if a student is enrolled internally, they can still study any major online.

Domestic students

Students attend a compulsory on-campus workshop.

International students

LocationTeaching periodAnnual FeesCRICOS
Gold CoastSession  1, Session  2$26,800 ($3,350 per unit)019853K
 Notice

Tuition fees are in Australian dollars, and are subject to change, including annual increases over the duration of a course. Annual tuition fee is based on completing 8 units per year. In addition students are required to pay OSHC for the duration of their visa in advance. Non-tuition fee covers textbooks, stationery and excursions.

How to apply

Where and when do you want to study?

Applications for this course are made directly to Southern Cross University via our online application service.

International students studying in Australia

Gold Coast
View domestic application details View international application details

Why choose SCU?

Excellence in research

Outstanding ratings of 'at world standard' or above in 23 research fields.

Excellence in Research Australia (ERA) 2018

Top 200 Young Universities

Only 25 years young and ranked in the top 200 universities in the world.

Times Higher Education Young University Rankings 2020

Outstanding student support

5-Star Student Support across undergraduate and postgraduate studies

Good Universities Guide 2021

Learning outcomes

Course Learning Outcomes express learning achievement in terms of what a student should know, understand and be able to do on completion of a course. These outcomes are aligned with the graduate attributes.

Course Learning Outcome

Demonstrate the intellectual and practical skills needed to identify, research, evaluate and synthesise relevant factual, legal and policy issues.

Develop and create effective solutions to straight forward problems from a discipline area.

Critically evaluate, analyse and synthesise a straight forward issue or theory from a discipline area to arrive at a conclusion / decision with justification.

Apply legal reasoning, critical analysis and research to generate appropriate responses to legal problems.

Apply knowledge and skills creatively in devising solutions to challenges related to a business discipline.

Demonstrate an understanding of approaches to ethical decision-making and an ability to recognise, reflect upon, and respond to ethical issues likely to arise in professional contexts.

Demonstrate an ability to recognise and reflect upon the professional responsibilities of lawyers in promoting justice and in service to the community.

Demonstrate an understanding of the relationship between law and sustainability.

Describe and apply a recognised ethical framework to analyse behaviour in a discipline or workplace/ organisation.

Apply discipline based knowledge and skills in situations that require autonomy and well-developed responsible behaviour.

Demonstrate an understanding of a broad and coherent body of knowledge that includes the fundamental areas of law, the Australian legal system, and underlying principles and concepts, including international and comparative contexts, and the broader contexts within which legal issues arise.

Demonstrate an understanding of the international and comparative contexts in which legal issues arise.

Demonstrate and apply in-depth discipline specific knowledge and skills with a global perspective.

Demonstrate an understanding and application of research, analytical and technical skills in a broad business discipline.

Learn and work independently.

Reflect on and assess their own capabilities and performance, and seek and make use of feedback as appropriate, to determine personal and professional development needs and achievements.

Access, manage and evaluate sources of information relevant to legal research and practice

Communicate in ways that are effective, appropriate and persuasive for legal and non-legal audiences.

Collaborate effectively and constructively with others.

Prepare and deliver well developed discipline advice, knowledge and ideas orally for a business and public context.

Prepare and deliver well developed and justified, discipline advice using written communications suitable for business and public contexts.

Investigate and identify a broad range of leadership practices in the management of people and self.

Demonstrate the ability to effectively participate in and reflect upon self and team activities in general business situations.

Apply an understanding of Australian Indigenous perspectives to all aspects of legal professional practice.

Demonstrate cultural competence in local, Australian-wide and international settings as applied in business and social situations.


Assessment methods

The assessment methods vary from unit to unit. They may include research proposals, research essays, reports, oral and written presentations, case studies, online and class participation, and examinations. The weighting of assessment marks between assignments and examinations also varies.

Teaching methods

On-campus students experience a variety of teaching approaches including face-to-face lectures and tutorials. Some units offer online activities, classes, pre-recorded and/or live lectures. The method of teaching may vary from unit to unit.

Our online study option is highly interactive and strives to promote collaboration and a sense of community. Students may receive online pre-recorded and/or live lectures, electronic study materials, workshops, online discussion forums and virtual classes. The method of teaching may vary from unit to unit.

Attendance at on-campus workshops is a requirement of the Bachelor of Laws for on-campus and online students. The workshops provide students with an opportunity to network, engage in a range of learning experiences and skills required at an LLB level that cannot be taught effectively solely online, and meet key representatives of the legal profession who address issues of contemporary legal practice and professional conduct. For more information, go to law workshops.

Career opportunities

Graduates pursue career opportunities that combine knowledge of business and law; and those specific to each discipline.

For business: advertising, marketing, public relations, product management, management, international business, human resource management, investment, banking, accounting and finance

For law: as barristers or solicitors; or in law-related areas in private, corporate or government organisations.

Professional placement

Bachelor of Laws students can undertake voluntary legal experience and professional placement with legal firms or offices, to complement their practical legal skills and become familiar with the issues facing working lawyers.

See the Bachelor of Business for professional placement.

Professional recognition

The Bachelor of Laws fulfils the academic requirements for admission to the legal profession. Professional admission authorities also require law graduates of all universities to complete practical legal training to practise as a lawyer. 

Students who intend to practise law outside Australia should check with the relevant country’s admission body to confirm their practising requirements.

See the Bachelor of Business for professional recognition.

Ask a question

Domestic future
students

Call 1800 626 481 during business hours.

International future
students

Call +61 2 6620 3876 during business hours.

Current
students

Email: enquiry@scu.edu.au
Call 1800 005 687 during business hours.


Course requirements

To be eligible to receive the Bachelor of Business, Bachelor of Laws, students must complete 40 units (480 credit points), comprising:

Bachelor of Laws with Honours

To be eligible to receive the Bachelor of Laws with Honours, students must:

Class of Honours

The Bachelor of Laws with Honours may be awarded in the following classes:

Exit Award

Students may be eligible to exit with the Bachelor of Laws or the Bachelor of Business upon completion of the requirements of the single degree. 


Course structure


Schedule of units

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Core Units

LEGL1001 -  Legal Research and Writing
LEGL1005 -  Legal Process Note 1
LAWS2005 -  Constitutional Law
LAWS2002 -  Contract Law I
LAWS2008 -  Criminal Procedure
LAWS2015 -  Torts
LAWS2003 -  Contract Law II
LAWS2009 -  Criminal Law
LAWS2012 -  Property Principles
LAWS2010 -  Environmental Law
LAWS2017 -  Principles of Equity
LAWS2016 -  Evidence
LEGL1006 -  Jurisprudence
LAWS2007 -  Corporations Law
LAWS2013 -  Civil Litigation and Procedure
LAWS2006 -  Administrative Law
LAWS3003 -  Professional Conduct Note 1
ECON1001 -  Economics for Decision Making
MGMT1001 -  Managing Organisations
ACCT1001 -  Accounting and Finance for Business
COMM1001 -  Communication in Organisations
STAT1001 -  Statistical Analysis
MRKT1001 -  Marketing Principles
SOCI1004 -  Applied Ethics and Sustainability

Majors

Select one (1) major from the following

Business Majors

Electives

Select four (4) Law electives from the following:

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ACCT2001 -  Taxation
ACCT3001 -  Advanced Taxation
LAWS2056 -  Family Law Practice
LEGL2008 -  Conveyancing Law Note 1
LAWS2057 -  Welfare Law
LAWS2060 -  Drugs, Crime and the Law
LAWS2018 -  Wills and Estates
LAWS2019 -  Employment and Industrial Relations Law
JUST2005 -  EEO and OH&S Law and Practice
LAWS2014 -  Local Government and Planning Law
JUST2001 -  Victimology
LAWS2020 -  Intellectual Property
LAWS3001 -  Clinical Legal Experience
LAWS3002 -  Law Placement
LAWS2021 -  International Business Law
LEGL2010 -  Information Technology and the Law
LAWS2022 -  Competition and Consumer Law
LEGL2011 -  Mediation and Dispute Resolution Note 1
LEGL2012 -  Mediation Practice and Procedure Note 1
LAWS2054 -  Criminology
LAWS2038 -  Advanced Advocacy
LAWS2023 -  International Law
JUST2004 -  Human Rights
LAWS2024 -  Commercial Law
LAWS4001 -  Independent Legal Research
JUST2002 -  International Criminal Justice
JUST2003 -  Restorative Justice
LAWS2025 -  Stock Exchange and Finance Law
LEGL2017 -  Public Interest Advocacy
LAWS2026 -  Entertainment Law
LAWS2063 -  Race and the Law
LEGL2018 -  Mediating Across Cultures
LAWS4002 -  Legal Research: Context, Perspective and Method
LAWS2052 -  Psychiatry, Psychology and the Law
LEGL2009 -  Mooting
LAWS2059 -  International Human Rights Law
LAWS2028 -  Animal Law
LAWS2031 -  Sexual Orientation and the Law
LAWS2032 -  Comparative Law
LAWS2050 -  International Trade and Development Law
LAWS2065 -  Ecological Jurisprudence
LAWS2046 -  Advanced Sports Law
LAWS2048 -  International Humanitarian Law
LAWS2011 -  Statutory Interpretation
LAW73003 -  Remedies
LAWS2066 -  Climate Law and Policy
LAWS2037 -  Indigenous Jurisprudence
LAWS2034 -  The Rhetoric of Law
LAWS2041 -  Legal Fictions: Writing the Law
POLT2005 -  Struggles, Movements, and the Idea of Communism
LAWS2035 -  International Business Negotiations
INDG2012 -  Indigenous Rights
LAWS3004 -  Jessup Moot Note 1
LAWS2042 -  Information Environmentalism Note 1
LAWS2044 -  Crimen Exceptum: The English Witch Prosecution in Context Note 1
LAWS2049 -  Wisdom, Traditional Knowledge and Intellectual Property Note 1
LAWS2027 -  Introduction to Chinese Business Law
JUST2007 -  Performances and Power in Literature and the Law
JUST2008 -  Justice Framed: Law in Films and in Graphic Novels/Comics
JUST2006 -  Shifting Cultural Paradigms: Law & Literature After Postmodernism
JUST2012 -  The Art of Advocacy: Mooting and Performance Rhetoric
LAWS2067 -  Crossing the Line: Law and Morality in Fiction
LAWS2068 -  Borders and Boundaries: Writing About Family in the 21st century
LAWS3005 -  European Union: Internal Market
LAWS2069 -  Troubling Transactions in Private Law
Select four (4) Business electives from the following

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Any undergraduate unit offered by the University, however approval from the School of Business and Tourism must be obtained for units not offered under the Bachelor of Business award.
Elective units can be selected from the following and/or any undergraduate unit from the School of Business and Tourism or any University-wide elective.
BUSN2001 -  Professional Development for the Workplace
BUSN3005 -  Internship A Note 2
BUSN3006 -  Internship B Note 2
LAWS2019 -  Employment and Industrial Relations Law
JUST2005 -  EEO and OH&S Law and Practice
EDUC1001 -  Language and Learning in your Discipline
MATH1003 -  Quantitative Methods with Economics


Course progressions

Students should use course progression information to select units specific to their course and enrol in these units using My Enrolment

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The course progression shown below is merely a suggestion. Students are advised to enrol in units relevant to their circumstances and entry levels. Please email studybusiness@scu.edu.au for advice on a revised study plan.
Year 1, Session 1
LEGL1001 -  Legal Research and Writing
LEGL1005 -  Legal Process Note 1
MGMT1001 -  Managing Organisations
STAT1001 -  Statistical Analysis
Year 1, Session 2
LAWS2015 -  Torts
ACCT1001 -  Accounting and Finance for Business
COMM1001 -  Communication in Organisations
ECON1001 -  Economics for Decision Making
Year 2, Session 1
LAWS2002 -  Contract Law I
LAWS2008 -  Criminal Procedure
LEGL1006 -  Jurisprudence
SOCI1004 -  Applied Ethics and Sustainability
Year 2, Session 2
LAWS2003 -  Contract Law II
LAWS2009 -  Criminal Law
LAWS2005 -  Constitutional Law
MRKT1001 -  Marketing Principles
Year 3, Session1
LAWS2010 -  Environmental Law
LAWS2007 -  Corporations Law
1st Law Electives
ACCT1002 -  Financial Accounting
Year 3, Session 2
LAWS2012 -  Property Principles
LAWS2017 -  Principles of Equity
ACCT2002 -  Financial Reporting
ACCT2003 -  Management Accounting
Year 4, Session 1
LAWS2016 -  Evidence
LAWS2013 -  Civil Litigation and Procedure
2nd Law Electives
ACCT2004 -  Business Finance
Year 4, Session 2
LAWS2006 -  Administrative Law
LAWS3003 -  Professional Conduct Note 1
BUSN2002 -  Financial Planning
3rd Law Electives
Year 5, Session1
ACCT3002 -  Advanced Management Accounting
ACCT3004 -  Auditing
1st Elective Unit from Business Electives
4th Law Electives
Year 5, Session 2
ACCT2001 -  Taxation
2nd Elective Unit from Business Electives
3rd Elective Unit from Business Electives
4th Elective Unit from Business Electives

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The course progression shown below is merely a suggestion. Students are advised to enrol in units relevant to their circumstances and entry levels. Please email studybusiness@scu.edu.au for advice on a revised study plan.
Year 1, Session 1
LEGL1001 -  Legal Research and Writing
LEGL1005 -  Legal Process Note 1
STAT1001 -  Statistical Analysis
MGMT1001 -  Managing Organisations
Year 1, Session 2
LAWS2015 -  Torts
ACCT1001 -  Accounting and Finance for Business
COMM1001 -  Communication in Organisations
ECON1001 -  Economics for Decision Making
Year 2, Session 1
LAWS2002 -  Contract Law I
LAWS2008 -  Criminal Procedure
LEGL1006 -  Jurisprudence
1st unit from Law Electives Law Electives
Year 2, Session 2
LAWS2003 -  Contract Law II
LAWS2009 -  Criminal Law
LAWS2005 -  Constitutional Law
MRKT1001 -  Marketing Principles
Year 3, Session 1
LAWS2010 -  Environmental Law
LAWS2007 -  Corporations Law
1st unit from Finance Electives Finance
ACCT2004 -  Business Finance
Year 3, Session 2
LAWS2012 -  Property Principles
LAWS2017 -  Principles of Equity
BUSN2002 -  Financial Planning
1st unit from Business Electives Business Electives
Year 4, Session 1
LAWS2016 -  Evidence
LAWS2013 -  Civil Litigation and Procedure
2nd unit from Finance Electives Finance
2nd unit from Law Electives Law Electives
Year 4, Session 2
LAWS2006 -  Administrative Law
LAWS3003 -  Professional Conduct
3rd unit from Finance Electives Finance
3rd unit from Law Electives Law Electives
Year 5, Session 1
SOCI1004 -  Applied Ethics and Sustainability
FINC3001 -  Investments and Portfolio Management
2nd unit from Business Electives Business Electives
3rd unit from Business Electives Business Electives
Year 5, Session 2
FINC2001 -  Financial Risk Management
LAWS2025 -  Stock Exchange and Finance Law
4th unit Law Electives Law Electives
4th unit from Business Electives Business Electives

TitleNote
The course progression shown below is merely a suggestion. Students are advised to enrol in units relevant to their circumstances and entry levels. Please email studybusiness@scu.edu.au for advice on a revised study plan.
Year 1, Session 1
LEGL1001 -  Legal Research and Writing
LEGL1005 -  Legal Process Note 1
MGMT1001 -  Managing Organisations
STAT1001 -  Statistical Analysis
Year 1, Session 2
LAWS2015 -  Torts
ECON1001 -  Economics for Decision Making
ACCT1001 -  Accounting and Finance for Business
MRKT1001 -  Marketing Principles
Year 2, Session 1
LAWS2002 -  Contract Law I
LAWS2008 -  Criminal Procedure
LEGL1006 -  Jurisprudence
SOCI1004 -  Applied Ethics and Sustainability
Year 2, Session 2
LAWS2003 -  Contract Law II
LAWS2009 -  Criminal Law
LAWS2005 -  Constitutional Law
COMM1001 -  Communication in Organisations
Year 3, Session 1
LAWS2007 -  Corporations Law
LAWS2010 -  Environmental Law
HRMT3001 -  The Human Resource Management Expert Practitioner
1st Elective Unit from Business Electives
Year 3, Session 2
LAWS2012 -  Property Principles
LAWS2017 -  Principles of Equity
HRMT3002 -  Designing Workforces for Human Resource Management
HRMT2003 -  Culture and Change Implementation
Year 4, Session 1
LAWS2016 -  Evidence
LAWS2013 -  Civil Litigation and Procedure
HRMT2001 -  Understanding the Business Environment
1st Law Electives
Year 4, Session 2
LAWS2006 -  Administrative Law
LAWS3003 -  Professional Conduct Note 1
MGMT3001 -  Research for Business and Tourism
2nd Elective Unit from Business Electives
Year 5, Session 1
HRMT2004 -  Strategic Architecture of Organisations
LAWS2019 -  Employment and Industrial Relations Law
HRMT2002 -  Organisational Stakeholder Management
2nd Law Electives
Year 5, Session 2
JUST2005 -  EEO and OH&S Law and Practice
HRMT2005 -  Organisational Behaviour: Power and the Human Resource Management Activist
3rd Elective Unit from Business Electives
3rd Law Electives

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The course progression shown below is merely a suggestion. Students are advised to enrol in units relevant to their circumstances and entry levels. Please email studybusiness@scu.edu.au for advice on a revised study plan.
Year 1, Session 1
LEGL1001 -  Legal Research and Writing
LEGL1005 -  Legal Process Note 1
MGMT1001 -  Managing Organisations
STAT1001 -  Statistical Analysis
Year 1, Session 2
LAWS2015 -  Torts
ACCT1001 -  Accounting and Finance for Business
MRKT1001 -  Marketing Principles
ECON1001 -  Economics for Decision Making
Year 2, Session 1
LAWS2002 -  Contract Law I
LAWS2008 -  Criminal Procedure
LEGL1006 -  Jurisprudence
SOCI1004 -  Applied Ethics and Sustainability

Year 2, Session 2

LAWS2003 -  Contract Law II
LAWS2009 -  Criminal Law
LAWS2005 -  Constitutional Law
COMM1001 -  Communication in Organisations
Year 3, Session 1
LAWS2010 -  Environmental Law
LAWS2007 -  Corporations Law
ACCT2004 -  Business Finance
1st Elective Unit from Part C Business Electives Business Electives
Year 3, Session 2
LAWS2012 -  Property Principles
LAWS2017 -  Principles of Equity
1st Elective Unit from Part B Law Electives Law Electives
2nd Elective Unit from Part C Business Electives Business Electives
Year 4, Session 1
LAWS2016 -  Evidence
LAWS2013 -  Civil Litigation and Procedure
HRMT2001 -  Understanding the Business Environment
2nd Elective Unit from Part B Law ElectivesLaw Electives
Year 4, Session 2
LAWS2006 -  Administrative Law
LAWS3003 -  Professional Conduct
3rd Elective Unit from Part C Business Electives Business Electives
4th Elective Unit from Part C Business Electives Business Electives
Year 5, Session 1
LAWS2021 -  International Business Law
BUSN3001 -  Competitive Strategy
BUSN3004 -  International Business
3rd Elective Unit from Part B Law Electives Law Electives
Year 5, Session 2
BUSN3003 -  Entrepreneurship and Innovation
MRKT2003 -  Global Marketing
BUSN3002 -  Sustainable Business Management
4th Elective Unit from Part B Law Electives Law Electives

TitleNote
The course progression shown below is merely a suggestion. Students are advised to enrol in units relevant to their circumstances and entry levels. Please email studybusiness@scu.edu.au for advice on a revised study plan.
Year 1, Session 1
LEGL1001 -  Legal Research and Writing
LEGL1005 -  Legal Process Note 1
MGMT1001 -  Managing Organisations
STAT1001 -  Statistical Analysis
Year 1, Session 2
LAWS2015 -  Torts
ACCT1001 -  Accounting and Finance for Business
MRKT1001 -  Marketing Principles
ECON1001 -  Economics for Decision Making
Year 2, Session 1
LAWS2002 -  Contract Law I
LAWS2008 -  Criminal Procedure
LEGL1006 -  Jurisprudence
SOCI1004 -  Applied Ethics and Sustainability
Year 2, Session 2
LAWS2003 -  Contract Law II
LAWS2009 -  Criminal Law
LAWS2005 -  Constitutional Law
COMM1001 -  Communication in Organisations
Year 3, Session 1
LAWS2010 -  Environmental Law
LAWS2007 -  Corporations Law
MRKT2004 -  Marketing Communications
HRMT2001 -  Understanding the Business Environment
Year 3, Session 2
LAWS2012 -  Property Principles
LAWS2017 -  Principles of Equity
BUSN3003 -  Entrepreneurship and Innovation
BUSN3002 -  Sustainable Business Management
Year 4, Session 1
LAWS2016 -  Evidence
LAWS2013 -  Civil Litigation and Procedure
HRMT2002 -  Organisational Stakeholder Management
BUSN3001 -  Competitive Strategy
Year 4, Session 2
LAWS2006 -  Administrative Law
LAWS3003 -  Professional Conduct Note 1
COMP2002 -  Electronic Commerce Systems
BUSN3004 -  International Business
Year 5, Session 1
Law Electives
Business Electives
Business Electives
Business Electives
Year 5, Session 2
Law Electives
Law Electives
Law Electives
Business Electives

TitleNote
The course progression shown below is merely a suggestion. Students are advised to enrol in units relevant to their circumstances and entry levels. Please email studybusiness@scu.edu.au for advice on a revised study plan.
Year 1, Session 1
LEGL1001 -  Legal Research and Writing
LEGL1005 -  Legal Process Note 1
STAT1001 -  Statistical Analysis
MGMT1001 -  Managing Organisations
Year 1, Session 2
LAWS2015 -  Torts
ACCT1001 -  Accounting and Finance for Business
MRKT1001 -  Marketing Principles
ECON1001 -  Economics for Decision Making
Year 2, Session 1
LAWS2002 -  Contract Law I
LAWS2008 -  Criminal Procedure
LEGL1006 -  Jurisprudence
SOCI1004 -  Applied Ethics and Sustainability
Year 2, Session 2
LAWS2003 -  Contract Law II
LAWS2009 -  Criminal Law
LAWS2005 -  Constitutional Law
COMM1001 -  Communication in Organisations
Year 3, Session 1
LAWS2007 -  Corporations Law
LAWS2010 -  Environmental Law
MRKT2001 -  Consumer Behaviour
1st Law Electives
Year 3, Session 2
LAWS2012 -  Property Principles
LAWS2017 -  Principles of Equity
MRKT2003 -  Global Marketing
MRKT2005 -  Services Marketing
Year 4, Session 1
LAWS2016 -  Evidence
LAWS2013 -  Civil Litigation and Procedure
MRKT2004 -  Marketing Communications
2nd Law Electives
Year 4, Session 2
LAWS2006 -  Administrative Law
LAWS3003 -  Professional Conduct Note 1
3rd Law Electives
1st Elective Unit from Business Electives
Year 5, Session 1
LAWS2022 -  Competition and Consumer Law
MRKT3002 -  Marketing Research
4th Law Electives
2nd Elective Unit from Business Electives
Year 5, Session 2
MRKT3001 -  Strategic Marketing
BUSN3003 -  Entrepreneurship and Innovation
3rd Elective Unit from Business Electives
4th Elective Unit from Business Electives


Notes

Note 1: Attendance at a compulsory workshop is required.
Note 2: BUSN3005 - Internship A and BUSN3006 - Internship B are both double-weighted units requiring a 16 unit pre-requisite including BUSN2001 - Professional Development for the Workplace. Please be aware of this double-weighting if you are restricted in the number of electives you can select in your major. All internship placements must be approved by the relevant Course Coordinator, prior to commencement. Please forward any queries to the Professional Experience Coordinator on wil@scu.edu.au

Unit groups

Law Electives

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ACCT2001 -  Taxation
ACCT3001 -  Advanced Taxation
LAWS2056 -  Family Law Practice
LEGL2008 -  Conveyancing Law Note 1
LAWS2057 -  Welfare Law
LAWS2060 -  Drugs, Crime and the Law
LAWS2018 -  Wills and Estates
LAWS2019 -  Employment and Industrial Relations Law
JUST2005 -  EEO and OH&S Law and Practice
LAWS2014 -  Local Government and Planning Law
JUST2001 -  Victimology
LAWS2020 -  Intellectual Property
LAWS3001 -  Clinical Legal Experience
LAWS3002 -  Law Placement
LAWS2021 -  International Business Law
LEGL2010 -  Information Technology and the Law
LAWS2022 -  Competition and Consumer Law
LEGL2011 -  Mediation and Dispute Resolution Note 1
LEGL2012 -  Mediation Practice and Procedure Note 1
LAWS2054 -  Criminology
LAWS2038 -  Advanced Advocacy
LAWS2023 -  International Law
JUST2004 -  Human Rights
LAWS2024 -  Commercial Law
LAWS4001 -  Independent Legal Research
JUST2002 -  International Criminal Justice
JUST2003 -  Restorative Justice
LAWS2025 -  Stock Exchange and Finance Law
LEGL2017 -  Public Interest Advocacy
LAWS2026 -  Entertainment Law
LAWS2063 -  Race and the Law
LEGL2018 -  Mediating Across Cultures
LAWS4002 -  Legal Research: Context, Perspective and Method
LAWS2052 -  Psychiatry, Psychology and the Law
LEGL2009 -  Mooting
LAWS2059 -  International Human Rights Law
LAWS2028 -  Animal Law
LAWS2031 -  Sexual Orientation and the Law
LAWS2032 -  Comparative Law
LAWS2050 -  International Trade and Development Law
LAWS2065 -  Ecological Jurisprudence
LAWS2046 -  Advanced Sports Law
LAWS2048 -  International Humanitarian Law
LAWS2011 -  Statutory Interpretation
LAW73003 -  Remedies
LAWS2066 -  Climate Law and Policy
LAWS2037 -  Indigenous Jurisprudence
LAWS2034 -  The Rhetoric of Law
LAWS2041 -  Legal Fictions: Writing the Law
POLT2005 -  Struggles, Movements, and the Idea of Communism
LAWS2035 -  International Business Negotiations
INDG2012 -  Indigenous Rights
LAWS3004 -  Jessup Moot Note 1
LAWS2042 -  Information Environmentalism Note 1
LAWS2044 -  Crimen Exceptum: The English Witch Prosecution in Context Note 1
LAWS2049 -  Wisdom, Traditional Knowledge and Intellectual Property Note 1
LAWS2027 -  Introduction to Chinese Business Law
JUST2007 -  Performances and Power in Literature and the Law
JUST2008 -  Justice Framed: Law in Films and in Graphic Novels/Comics
JUST2006 -  Shifting Cultural Paradigms: Law & Literature After Postmodernism
JUST2012 -  The Art of Advocacy: Mooting and Performance Rhetoric
LAWS2067 -  Crossing the Line: Law and Morality in Fiction
LAWS2068 -  Borders and Boundaries: Writing About Family in the 21st century
LAWS3005 -  European Union: Internal Market
LAWS2069 -  Troubling Transactions in Private Law

Business Electives

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Any undergraduate unit offered by the University, however approval from the School of Business and Tourism must be obtained for units not offered under the Bachelor of Business award.
Elective units can be selected from the following and/or any undergraduate unit from the School of Business and Tourism or any University-wide elective.
BUSN2001 -  Professional Development for the Workplace
BUSN3005 -  Internship A Note 2
BUSN3006 -  Internship B Note 2
LAWS2019 -  Employment and Industrial Relations Law
JUST2005 -  EEO and OH&S Law and Practice
EDUC1001 -  Language and Learning in your Discipline
MATH1003 -  Quantitative Methods with Economics

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