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Bachelor of Business - Bachelor of Laws

Give your career a far-reaching, competitive start with this double business and law degree. Pair your business insight in accounting, economics, management, marketing or tourism, with a strong understanding of legal principles to bring unparalleled expertise to future roles. You'll gain practical experience through real-world case scenarios, internships and mock trials in 'moot' e-court facilities. This course is an approved qualification to practise law in Queensland.

Build your network

Work alongside academics and industry experts

Industry experience

Benefit from internships

5 Stars

for student teacher ratio 2024 Good Universities Guide

Commencing

  • Online: February, July
  • Townsville: February, July
  • Cairns: February, July

Fees

$16,323.00+

+estimated annual Commonwealth Supported Fee for a full-time study load


Plus Student Services and Amenities fee
Fee deferral and scholarships available if eligible

Duration

5 years full-time

or part-time equivalent

Entry Requirements

ATAR 66.5

English (Units 3/4,C)

QTAC Codes

  • 311539
  • 311531
  • 321531

Course detail

Real stories

  • Student of Bachelor of Business - Bachelor of Laws Student

    Student

    Bianca Rapisarda

    Bachelor of Business - Bachelor of Laws

    I chose JCU because of the convenience of having a well-respected university so close to home. I had a keen interest in law and accounting and both degrees complement each other well. I’m confident that I will be exposed to a greater range of employment opportunities, which is definitely worth the extra year of study.

  • Mitchell Locke studied Bachelor of Law

    Alumni

    Mitchell Locke

    Bachelor of Business - Bachelor of Laws

    The WIL program at JCU gave me the opportunity to work with the legal team in multinational consulting firm Accenture. The skills learnt in the classroom were put to use in a practical environment such as contractual negotiation. This continues to assist me in my role where contractual disputes are often litigated.

  • Lecturer of Bachelor of Law

    Lecturer

    Neil Dunbar

    Lecturer, College of Business, Law and Governance

    This joint degree offers a variety of career options to graduates as it enhances careers in law and business. Our academic staff have a wealth of knowledge across these disciplines to help their students succeed in their studies.

  • Firm Partner at Connolly Suthers Lawyers

    Employer

    Brendan Gaeta

    Firm Partner at Connolly Suthers Lawyers

    Connolly Suthers has a long history of employing JCU law graduates as they have a high level of understanding of the underlying principles and concepts of the Australian legal system. They demonstrate the intellectual and practical skills required in private practice. They know the north, its industries and people.