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Bachelor of Business and Commerce and Bachelor of Laws (BCLW) - BBusCom and LLB

QTAC code (Australian and New Zealand applicants): Springfield campus: 924451; External: 904455; Toowoomba campus: 904451

CRICOS code (International applicants): 092731C

 On-campus*Online
Semester intake:Semester 1 (February)
Semester 2 (July)
Semester 3 (November)
Semester 1 (February)
Semester 2 (July)
Semester 3 (November)
Campus:Springfield, Toowoomba -
Fees:Commonwealth supported place
Domestic full fee paying place
International full fee paying place
Commonwealth supported place
Domestic full fee paying place
International full fee paying place
Standard duration:5 years full-time, up to 10 years part-time  

Notes

Students can commence study in semester 3 at Springfield campus or via online study only.
Limited Law courses are available in semester 3.

Footnotes
*Not all majors are available at Springfield campus.

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Contact us

Future Australian and New Zealand students  Future International students  Current students 
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Freecall (within Australia): 1800 269 500
Phone (from outside Australia): +61 7 4631 5315
Email: study@usq.edu.au  
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Email: international@usq.edu.au 
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Phone (from outside Australia): +61 7 4631 2285
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Professional accreditation

Bachelor of Laws

The Bachelor of Laws has been accredited by the Legal Practitioners Admissions Board, Queensland, and the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Queensland as an approved academic qualification under the Supreme Court (Admission) Rules 2004 (Qld). This will partially satisfy the requirements to practise as a solicitor or barrister in Queensland, or as a legal practitioner elsewhere in Australia. Intending solicitors and barristers must also complete an approved practical legal training course in order to become admitted to practise law. USQ does not offer practical legal training, but advice on practical legal training programs can be obtained through Ask USQ.

Bachelor of Business and Commerce:

Accounting major graduates will meet the educational entrance requirements of CPA Australia and Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand (CAANZ). This provides Associate membership of CPA Australia, eligibility to study the CPA Australia professional exams and eligibility to study the CAANZ professional exams.

Successful completion of the Accounting major can qualify students for exemptions from the Fundamental level (9 papers) of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) exams. For further details please refer to the ACCA website.

The Accounting major is accredited by the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA) and the Association of International Accountants (AIA).

Finance major graduates will meet the educational entrance requirements to become a member of the Financial Services Institute of Australasia (Finsia).

The Human Resource Management major is accredited by the Australian Human Resources Institute (AHRI) and satisfies the educational requirements for professional membership of AHRI.

The Information Technology Management major is provisionally accredited at professional level by the Australian Computer Society and, through the Seoul Accord, is recognised in other countries.

The Marketing major is accredited by the Australian Marketing Institute (AMI), and students are eligible for credit towards becoming a Certified Practising Marketer (CPM) upon completion.

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Program aims

Bachelor of Business and Commerce

The Bachelor of Business and Commerce is a professionally-oriented degree program. The aim of the program is to produce graduates who are equipped to identify, describe, analyse and resolve business problems in both the public and private sectors. Successful completion of the program will equip graduates with the skills and knowledge required to undertake employment in relevant professions.

Bachelor of Laws

The Bachelor of Laws aims to equip students with an academic qualification for professional practice. While students undertake the traditional studies in the litigation process, they also learn about the increasingly important alternative methods of resolving disputes. They learn about conflict and communication, negotiating, mediating– from a theoretical as well as practical perspective. Not all law graduates aspire to a career in legal practice and so the program also builds the special capabilities that a legal education can offer. It provides opportunities to develop analytical, complex problem-solving and research skills. It seeks to build critical thinkers with an appreciation for a range of theories explaining legal regulation as well as for the social, political and economic context of the legal process. To inform students on global issues, an international dimension, for example on the regulation of business and on the protection of human rights, is also available.

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Program objectives

Bachelor of Business and Commerce

Upon successful completion of the Bachelor of Business and Commerce, students will be able to:

  1. synthesise business knowledge, disciplinary concepts, theories, principles and processes

  2. think critically, constructively and logically about business-related issues, problems and theoretical debates

  3. communicate clearly and concisely in presenting relevant knowledge and ideas to a range of audiences

  4. apply business-related knowledge and technical skills to resolve problems and make ethical decisions across a range of institutional, national and global contexts

  5. use initiative, creativity and judgement to plan and implement professional projects

  6. work autonomously and collaboratively as part of ongoing learning and professional practice.


Bachelor of Laws

On successful completion of the Bachelor of Laws, students will be able to:

  1. demonstrate an understanding of a 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), the broader contexts within which legal issues arise, and the principles and values of justice and of ethical practice in lawyers’ roles

  2. recognise ethical and justice‐related issues that are likely to arise in the legal professional context, an understanding of approaches to ethical decision‐making, and the developing ability to respond appropriately to ethical and justice‐related issues, and exercise professional judgment

  3. demonstrate how to identify and formulate legal issues, apply legal reasoning and research to generate appropriate responses to legal problems, engage in critical analysis and make a reasoned choice between alternatives, and think creatively in approaching and generating solutions to legal problems

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

  5. use appropriate means, including technology, to engage and communicate effectively and persuasively, both orally and in writing, with lawyers and non‐lawyers, and to collaborate effectively and constructively with others

  6. demonstrate the ability to learn and work independently; and 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.


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Australian Qualifications Framework

The Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) is a single national, comprehensive system of qualifications offered by higher education institutions (including universities), vocational education and training institutions and secondary schools. Each AQF qualification has a set of descriptors which define the type and complexity of knowledge, skills and application of knowledge and skills that a graduate who has been awarded that qualification has attained, and the typical volume of learning associated with that qualification type.

This program is at AQF Qualification Level 07. Graduates at this level will have broad and coherent knowledge and skills for professional work and/or further learning.

The full set of levels criteria and qualification type descriptors can be found by visiting www.aqf.edu.au.

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Program Information Set

View USQ’s admission criteria, student profiles and a summary of all offers made under Course Admission Information Set via the QTAC website.

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Admission requirements

To be eligible for admission, applicants must satisfy the following requirements:

  • Have achieved a minimum Overall Position (OP) 11, tertiary entrance rank 76 or equivalent qualification.^
  • Subject Pre-requisite: English (4, SA) or equivalent.

  • English Language Proficiency requirements for Category 3.


Applicants are advised to also address the following:

  • Assumed Knowledge expectations: Mathematics A (4, SA) or equivalent.


All students are required to satisfy the applicable English language requirements.

If students do not meet the English language requirements they may apply to study a University-approved English language program. On successful completion of the English language program, students may be admitted to an award program.

^

These are determined by the University for specific programs each Semester. The 2018 OP and tertiary entrance ranks are based on agreed QTAC schedules which assess formal study at Year 12 or equivalent level, tertiary, preparatory, professional or vocational qualifications or work experience, as detailed in the QTAC Assessment of Qualifications Manual and QTAC Assessor Guidelines.

Bonus ranks may help you get into the program of your choice by increasing your OP/Rank. The bonus ranks don't apply to all applicants or all programs. Please read the information on USQ's Admissions bonus scheme carefully to find out what you may be eligible for.

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Program fees

Commonwealth supported place

A Commonwealth supported place is where the Australian Government makes a contribution towards the cost of a students' higher education and students pay a student contribution amount, which varies depending on the courses undertaken. Students are able to calculate the fees for a particular course via the Course Fee Finder.

Commonwealth Supported students may be eligible to defer their fees through a Government loan called HECS-HELP.

Domestic full fee paying place

Domestic full fee paying places are funded entirely through the full fees paid by the student. Full fees vary depending on the courses that are taken. Students are able to calculate the fees for a particular course via the Course Fee Finder.

Domestic full fee paying students may be eligible to defer their fees through a Government loan called FEE-HELP provided they meet the residency and citizenship requirements.

Australian citizens, Permanent Humanitarian Visa holders, Permanent Resident visa holders and New Zealand citizens who will be resident outside Australia for the duration of their program pay full tuition fees and are not eligible for FEE-Help.

International full fee paying place

International students pay full fees. Full fees vary depending on the courses that are taken and whether they are studied on-campus, via distance education/online. Students are able to calculate the fees for a particular course via the Course Fee Finder.

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Program structure

The Bachelor of Business and Commerce and Bachelor of Laws double degree comprises 40 units as follows:

Area of study  Number of courses 
Business and Commerce courses   16 courses (7 x core courses; plus 1 x 8 course major, plus 1 elective course*)  
Law courses  24 courses (19 core courses; plus 5 law approved courses) 

Footnotes
*Students can choose from undergraduate courses from across the University subject to meeting any prerequisite requirements.

Note: Students replace the Bachelor of Business and Commerce core course LAW1101 Introduction to Law with the Law course LAW1111 Australian Legal System.

The structure is as follows: 
Business and Commerce core courses  7 courses   Please refer to the Business and Commerce core course list below.  
Business and Commerce major courses*  8 courses  Please refer to the Bachelor of Business and Commerce for a list of majors 
Elective   1 course  Any elective from USQ undergraduate programs subject to prerequisite requirements.  
Law core courses  19 courses  Please refer to the Law core course list below. 
Law approved courses  5 courses  Please refer to the course list below. 

Footnotes
*Students cannot enrol in the Business Law major, Marketing and Hospitality Management major or Tourism and Events Management major.

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Required time limits

Students have a maximum of 10 years to complete this program.

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Core courses

Course  Semester of offer
Distance/Online 
Semester of offer
Toowoomba campus 
Semester of offer
Springfield campus 
Business and Commerce core courses 
ACC1101 Accounting for Decision-Making  1, 2, 3  1, 2  1, 2 
CIS1000 Information Systems Concepts  1, 2, 3  1, 2  1, 3 
ECO1000 Economics  1, 2, 3  2, 3 
FIN1101 Introduction to Corporate Finance  1, 2, 3  1, 2 
MGT1000 Organisational Behaviour  1, 2, 3 
MKT1001 Introduction to Marketing  1, 2, 3 
STA2300 Data Analysis  1, 2, 3  1, 2 
Law core courses 
HIS1115 Legal History 
LAW1111 Australian Legal System  1, 2  1, 2  1, 2 
LAW1112 Legal Writing and Research  1, 2  1, 2  1, 2 
LAW1113 Civil Obligations A (Contract and Torts) 
LAW1121 Criminal Law  2, 3 
LAW1122 Legal Conflict Resolution  2, 3 
LAW1123 Civil Obligations B (Contract) 
LAW1124 Civil Obligations C (Torts) 
LAW2211 Constitutional Law  1, 3 
LAW2212 Equity  1,  
LAW2213 Property and Trusts A 
LAW2221 Administrative Law 
LAW2222 Public International and Human Rights Law 
LAW2223 Property and Trusts B 
LAW2224 Theories of Law 
LAW3311 Company Law 
LAW3312 Ethics for Lawyers  1, 3 
LAW3321 Evidence 
LAW3322 Civil Procedure 

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Electives/Approved courses

Choose five of the following law approved courses. Some courses are offered biennially.

Course  Semester of offer
Distance/Online 
Semester of offer
Toowoomba campus 
Semester of offer
Springfield campus 
ECO3033 Law and Economics     
ENL3007 Law and Literature   
LAW2107 Environmental Law   
LAW3110 Insolvency and Restructuring Law     
LAW3130 Revenue Law and Practice  1, 2, 3 
LAW3131 Revenue Law and Practice II     
LAW3404 Banking, Finance and Insurance Law     
LAW3405 Human Rights and Anti-Discrimination Law   
LAW3406 Intellectual Property Law     
LAW3421 Family Law   
LAW3422 Succession Law     
LAW3424 Land Contracts     
LAW3441 Energy and Resources Law     
       
LAW3444 Competition and Consumer Law   
LAW3463 Private International Law     
LAW3464 International Trade Law     
LAW3465 Comparative Law   
LAW3466 Moot Court Bench   
LAW3467 Health Law   
LAW3468 Regional and Rural Legal Practice   
LAW3469 Australian Criminal Codes   
LAW3470 Principles of Public Law   
LAW3471 Criminology 
LAW3472 Local Government Law     
LAW3473 Construction Law 
LAW3476 Privacy and Data Protection Law     
LAW3477 Chinese Law and Society     
PWE3000 Professional Work Experience~^  2, 3     

Footnotes
~PWE3000 is not available to international students regardless of location or mode of study as it is an elective course. Australian regulations do not allow an elective work-based training course that is not a mandatory program requirement to be offered to international students.
^A student must have completed 16 units before enrolling in PWE3000.

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IT requirements

For information technology requirements please refer to the minimum computing standards.

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Exit points

Students must maintain good standing in this program (see Other program requirements section).

Students not wishing to complete the Bachelor of Business and Commerce and the Bachelor of Laws double degree may be permitted to exit with a single underlying award. Students may be permitted to exit with the Bachelor of Business and Commerce or, the Bachelor of Laws or, any corresponding exit point award provided they have met all of the individual requirements of the respective program.

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Credit

Credit may be permitted for a limited number of courses, equivalent in content and level, successfully completed recently with a recognised institution, in accordance with USQ policy.

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Honours

For details regarding the award of Honours in the Bachelor of Laws program, please refer to the Bachelor of Laws (Honours) .

Recommended enrolment patterns

In this section:

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Recommended enrolment pattern - Toowoomba campus and Online (semester 1 intake)

Students are able to enrol in any offered mode of a course (on-campus, external or online), regardless of the program mode of study they enrolled in.


CourseYear of program and semester
in which course is normally studied
Enrolment requirements
On-campus
(ONC)
External
(EXT)
Online
(ONL)
YearSemYearSemYearSem
MKT1001 Introduction to Marketing1111
LAW1111 Australian Legal System1111Pre-requisite: Students must be enrolled in one of the following Programs: BBLA or BBBL or BCLW or BCLA or BCBL or LLBP or BALW or BABL or BART or BEDU
LAW1112 Legal Writing and Research1121Pre-requisite: Students must be enrolled in one of the following Programs: BBLA or BBBL or BCLW or BCLA or BCBL or LLBP or BALW or BABL or BART or BEDU
ECO1000 Economics1121
CIS1000 Information Systems Concepts1212
ACC1101 Accounting for Decision-Making1212
Business and Commerce major course 11222
Business and Commerce major course 21222
STA2300 Data Analysis2131
HIS1115 Legal History2131Pre-requisite or Co-requisite: (LAW1111 and LAW1112) or LAW1201
MGT1000 Organisational Behaviour2141
LAW1113 Civil Obligations A (Contract and Torts)2141Pre-requisite or Co-requisite: BEDU (Legal Studies) Students LAW1111 or LAW1201; all other Students (LAW1111 and LAW1112) or LAW1201
Business and Commerce major course 32232
Business and Commerce major course 42232
LAW1123 Civil Obligations B (Contract)2242Pre-requisite: LAW1113 or (LAW2201 and LAW2203)
LAW1124 Civil Obligations C (Torts)2242Pre-requisite: LAW1113 or (LAW2201 and LAW2203)
Business and Commerce major course 53151
Business and Commerce major course 63151
FIN1101 Introduction to Corporate Finance3161
LAW2212 Equity3161Pre-requisite: Students enrolled prior to 2016 - (LAW1111 and LAW1112) or LAW1201; All other students - (LAW1113 and LAW1123) or (LAW2201 and LAW2202 and LAW2203).
Business and Commerce major course73252
Elective course*3252
LAW1121 Criminal Law3262Pre-requisite or Co-requisite: BEDU (Legal Studies) Students LAW1111 or LAW1201; all other Students (LAW1111 and LAW1112) or LAW1201
LAW1122 Legal Conflict Resolution3262Pre-requisite or Co-requisite: (LAW1111 and LAW1112) or LAW1201
LAW2211 Constitutional Law4171Pre-requisite: (LAW1111 and LAW1112) or LAW1201
LAW2213 Property and Trusts A4171Pre-requisite: {(LAW1111 and LAW1112) or LAW1201} and LAW1113 and LAW1123
Business and Commerce major course 84181
Law approved course 14181
LAW2221 Administrative Law4272Pre-requisite: LAW2211 or (LAW3201 and LAW3461)
LAW2223 Property and Trusts B4272Pre-requisite: (LAW2212 and LAW2213) or (LAW3205 and LAW3203)
LAW2222 Public International and Human Rights Law4282Pre-requisite: (LAW1111 and LAW1112) or LAW1201
LAW2224 Theories of Law4282Pre-requisite: LAW1114, LAW1202 or HIS1115
Law approved course 25191
Law approved course 35191
LAW3311 Company Law51101Pre-requisite: LAW2212 or LAW3205
LAW3312 Ethics for Lawyers51101Pre-requisite: Students enrolled prior to 2016 - LAW1121 or (LAW2205 and LAW3423); All other students - LAW2212 or LAW3205.
LAW3322 Civil Procedure5292Pre-requisite: LAW1123 or (LAW2201 and LAW2202)
LAW3321 Evidence5292Pre-requisite: LAW1121 or (LAW2205 and LAW3423)
Law approved course 452102
Law approved course 552102

Footnotes
*Students can choose from undergraduate courses from across the University, subject to meeting any prerequisite requirements.

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Recommended enrolment pattern - Toowoomba campus and Online (semester 2 intake)

Students are able to enrol in any offered mode of a course (on-campus, external or online), regardless of the program mode of study they enrolled in.


CourseYear of program and semester
in which course is normally studied
Enrolment requirements
On-campus
(ONC)
External
(EXT)
Online
(ONL)
YearSemYearSemYearSem
LAW1111 Australian Legal System1212Pre-requisite: Students must be enrolled in one of the following Programs: BBLA or BBBL or BCLW or BCLA or BCBL or LLBP or BALW or BABL or BART or BEDU
LAW1112 Legal Writing and Research1212Pre-requisite: Students must be enrolled in one of the following Programs: BBLA or BBBL or BCLW or BCLA or BCBL or LLBP or BALW or BABL or BART or BEDU
CIS1000 Information Systems Concepts1222
ACC1101 Accounting for Decision-Making1222
HIS1115 Legal History1111Pre-requisite or Co-requisite: (LAW1111 and LAW1112) or LAW1201
MKT1001 Introduction to Marketing1111
LAW1113 Civil Obligations A (Contract and Torts)1121Pre-requisite or Co-requisite: BEDU (Legal Studies) Students LAW1111 or LAW1201; all other Students (LAW1111 and LAW1112) or LAW1201
MGT1000 Organisational Behaviour1121
LAW1123 Civil Obligations B (Contract)2232Pre-requisite: LAW1113 or (LAW2201 and LAW2203)
LAW1121 Criminal Law2232Pre-requisite or Co-requisite: BEDU (Legal Studies) Students LAW1111 or LAW1201; all other Students (LAW1111 and LAW1112) or LAW1201
Business and Commerce major course 12242
LAW1124 Civil Obligations C (Torts)2242Pre-requisite: LAW1113 or (LAW2201 and LAW2203)
Business and Commerce major course 22131
LAW2213 Property and Trusts A2131Pre-requisite: {(LAW1111 and LAW1112) or LAW1201} and LAW1113 and LAW1123
ECO1000 Economics2141
STA2300 Data Analysis2141
Business and Commerce major course 33252
LAW2224 Theories of Law3252Pre-requisite: LAW1114, LAW1202 or HIS1115
Business and Commerce major course 43262
LAW1122 Legal Conflict Resolution3262Pre-requisite or Co-requisite: (LAW1111 and LAW1112) or LAW1201
LAW2211 Constitutional Law3151Pre-requisite: (LAW1111 and LAW1112) or LAW1201
LAW2212 Equity3151Pre-requisite: Students enrolled prior to 2016 - (LAW1111 and LAW1112) or LAW1201; All other students - (LAW1113 and LAW1123) or (LAW2201 and LAW2202 and LAW2203).
Business and Commerce major course 53161
FIN1101 Introduction to Corporate Finance3161
LAW2221 Administrative Law4272Pre-requisite: LAW2211 or (LAW3201 and LAW3461)
LAW2222 Public International and Human Rights Law4272Pre-requisite: (LAW1111 and LAW1112) or LAW1201
LAW2223 Property and Trusts B4282Pre-requisite: (LAW2212 and LAW2213) or (LAW3205 and LAW3203)
Business and Commerce major course 64282
LAW3311 Company Law4171Pre-requisite: LAW2212 or LAW3205
Business and Commerce major course 74171
Business and Commerce major course 84181
Elective course*4181
LAW3322 Civil Procedure5292Pre-requisite: LAW1123 or (LAW2201 and LAW2202)
Law approved course 15292
Law approved course 252102
LAW3321 Evidence52102Pre-requisite: LAW1121 or (LAW2205 and LAW3423)
LAW3312 Ethics for Lawyers5191Pre-requisite: Students enrolled prior to 2016 - LAW1121 or (LAW2205 and LAW3423); All other students - LAW2212 or LAW3205.
Law approved course 35191
Law approved course 451101
Law approved course 551101

Footnotes
*Students can choose from undergraduate courses from across the University, subject to meeting any prerequisite requirements.

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Recommended enrolment pattern - Springfield campus (semester 1 intake)

Students are able to enrol in any offered mode of a course (on-campus, external or online), regardless of the program mode of study they enrolled in.


CourseYear of program and semester
in which course is normally studied
Enrolment requirements
On-campus
(ONC)
External
(EXT)
Online
(ONL)
YearSemYearSemYearSem
MKT1001 Introduction to Marketing11
MGT1000 Organisational Behaviour11
LAW1111 Australian Legal System11Pre-requisite: Students must be enrolled in one of the following Programs: BBLA or BBBL or BCLW or BCLA or BCBL or LLBP or BALW or BABL or BART or BEDU
LAW1112 Legal Writing and Research11Pre-requisite: Students must be enrolled in one of the following Programs: BBLA or BBBL or BCLW or BCLA or BCBL or LLBP or BALW or BABL or BART or BEDU
ECO1000 Economics12
STA2300 Data Analysis12
Business and Commerce major course 112
Business and Commerce major course 212
ACC1101 Accounting for Decision-Making21
CIS1000 Information Systems Concepts21
HIS1115 Legal History21Pre-requisite or Co-requisite: (LAW1111 and LAW1112) or LAW1201
LAW1113 Civil Obligations A (Contract and Torts)21Pre-requisite or Co-requisite: BEDU (Legal Studies) Students LAW1111 or LAW1201; all other Students (LAW1111 and LAW1112) or LAW1201
Business and Commerce major course 322
Business and Commerce major course 422
LAW1123 Civil Obligations B (Contract)22Pre-requisite: LAW1113 or (LAW2201 and LAW2203)
LAW1124 Civil Obligations C (Torts)22Pre-requisite: LAW1113 or (LAW2201 and LAW2203)
Business and Commerce major course 531
Business and Commerce major course 631
FIN1101 Introduction to Corporate Finance31
LAW2212 Equity31Pre-requisite: Students enrolled prior to 2016 - (LAW1111 and LAW1112) or LAW1201; All other students - (LAW1113 and LAW1123) or (LAW2201 and LAW2202 and LAW2203).
Business and Commerce major course 732
LAW1121 Criminal Law32Pre-requisite or Co-requisite: BEDU (Legal Studies) Students LAW1111 or LAW1201; all other Students (LAW1111 and LAW1112) or LAW1201
Business and Commerce major course 832
LAW1122 Legal Conflict Resolution32Pre-requisite or Co-requisite: (LAW1111 and LAW1112) or LAW1201
LAW2211 Constitutional Law41Pre-requisite: (LAW1111 and LAW1112) or LAW1201
LAW2213 Property and Trusts A41Pre-requisite: {(LAW1111 and LAW1112) or LAW1201} and LAW1113 and LAW1123
Elective course*41
Law approved course 141
LAW2221 Administrative Law42Pre-requisite: LAW2211 or (LAW3201 and LAW3461)
LAW2223 Property and Trusts B42Pre-requisite: (LAW2212 and LAW2213) or (LAW3205 and LAW3203)
LAW2222 Public International and Human Rights Law42Pre-requisite: (LAW1111 and LAW1112) or LAW1201
LAW2224 Theories of Law42Pre-requisite: LAW1114, LAW1202 or HIS1115
Law approved course 251
Law approved course 351
LAW3311 Company Law51Pre-requisite: LAW2212 or LAW3205
LAW3312 Ethics for Lawyers51Pre-requisite: Students enrolled prior to 2016 - LAW1121 or (LAW2205 and LAW3423); All other students - LAW2212 or LAW3205.
LAW3322 Civil Procedure52Pre-requisite: LAW1123 or (LAW2201 and LAW2202)
LAW3321 Evidence52Pre-requisite: LAW1121 or (LAW2205 and LAW3423)
Law approved course 452
Law approved course 552

Footnotes
*Students can choose from undergraduate courses from across the University, subject to meeting any prerequisite requirements.

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Recommended enrolment pattern - Springfield campus (semester 2 intake)

Students are able to enrol in any offered mode of a course (on-campus, external or online), regardless of the program mode of study they enrolled in.


CourseYear of program and semester
in which course is normally studied
Enrolment requirements
On-campus
(ONC)
External
(EXT)
Online
(ONL)
YearSemYearSemYearSem
LAW1111 Australian Legal System12Pre-requisite: Students must be enrolled in one of the following Programs: BBLA or BBBL or BCLW or BCLA or BCBL or LLBP or BALW or BABL or BART or BEDU
LAW1112 Legal Writing and Research12Pre-requisite: Students must be enrolled in one of the following Programs: BBLA or BBBL or BCLW or BCLA or BCBL or LLBP or BALW or BABL or BART or BEDU
CIS1000 Information Systems Concepts12
ECO1000 Economics12
HIS1115 Legal History11Pre-requisite or Co-requisite: (LAW1111 and LAW1112) or LAW1201
MKT1001 Introduction to Marketing11
LAW1113 Civil Obligations A (Contract and Torts)11Pre-requisite or Co-requisite: BEDU (Legal Studies) Students LAW1111 or LAW1201; all other Students (LAW1111 and LAW1112) or LAW1201
MGT1000 Organisational Behaviour11
LAW1123 Civil Obligations B (Contract)22Pre-requisite: LAW1113 or (LAW2201 and LAW2203)
LAW1121 Criminal Law22Pre-requisite or Co-requisite: BEDU (Legal Studies) Students LAW1111 or LAW1201; all other Students (LAW1111 and LAW1112) or LAW1201
STA2300 Data Analysis22
LAW1124 Civil Obligations C (Torts)22Pre-requisite: LAW1113 or (LAW2201 and LAW2203)
Business and Commerce major course 121
LAW2213 Property and Trusts A21Pre-requisite: {(LAW1111 and LAW1112) or LAW1201} and LAW1113 and LAW1123
ACC1101 Accounting for Decision-Making21
Business and Commerce major course 221
Business and Commerce major course 332
LAW2224 Theories of Law32Pre-requisite: LAW1114, LAW1202 or HIS1115
Business and Commerce major course 432
LAW1122 Legal Conflict Resolution32Pre-requisite or Co-requisite: (LAW1111 and LAW1112) or LAW1201
LAW2211 Constitutional Law31Pre-requisite: (LAW1111 and LAW1112) or LAW1201
LAW2212 Equity31Pre-requisite: Students enrolled prior to 2016 - (LAW1111 and LAW1112) or LAW1201; All other students - (LAW1113 and LAW1123) or (LAW2201 and LAW2202 and LAW2203).
Business and Commerce major course 531
FIN1101 Introduction to Corporate Finance31
LAW2221 Administrative Law42Pre-requisite: LAW2211 or (LAW3201 and LAW3461)
LAW2222 Public International and Human Rights Law42Pre-requisite: (LAW1111 and LAW1112) or LAW1201
LAW2223 Property and Trusts B42Pre-requisite: (LAW2212 and LAW2213) or (LAW3205 and LAW3203)
Business and Commerce major course 642
LAW3311 Company Law41Pre-requisite: LAW2212 or LAW3205
Business and Commerce major course 741
Business and Commerce major course 841
Elective course*41
LAW3322 Civil Procedure52Pre-requisite: LAW1123 or (LAW2201 and LAW2202)
Law approved course 152
Law approved course 252
LAW3321 Evidence52Pre-requisite: LAW1121 or (LAW2205 and LAW3423)
LAW3312 Ethics for Lawyers51Pre-requisite: Students enrolled prior to 2016 - LAW1121 or (LAW2205 and LAW3423); All other students - LAW2212 or LAW3205.
Law approved course 351
Law approved course 451
Law approved course 551

Footnotes
*Students can choose from undergraduate courses from across the University, subject to meeting any prerequisite requirements.