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Bachelor of Laws Bachelor of Psychological Science

This course structure will be available to students commencing the course from Semester 1, 2015 onwards.

This course structure contains information about the units which comprise the course as well as the credit points required to successfully complete it.

The Bachelor of Laws Bachelor of Psychological Science consists of 720 credit points (48 units) and requires 5 years full time study or part time equivalent.

The program includes:

Course No of credit ponits No of units
LAW core units 330 credit points 22 units
LAW elective units 150 credit points 10 units
Psychology units 240 credit points 16 units
 



Year One - Semester 1
UnitDescription Points
LAW1111Contract Law I 15
LAW1600Legal Writing and Research 15
LAW1116Legal Process 15
PSY1101Introduction to Psychology 15
PSY1111Psychology: History and Perspectives 15
 


Year One - Semester 2
UnitDescription Points
LAW1212Contract Law II 15
PSY1102Research Methods in Psychology 1 15
PSY1204Social Determinants of Behaviour 15
Plus two (2) LL.B elective units
 


Year Two - Semester 1
UnitDescription Points
LAW1113Criminal Law I 15
LAW1117Torts I 15
PSY2202Research Methods in Psychology 2 15
PSY2301Learning and Motivation 15
Plus one LLB elective
 


Year Two - Semester 2
UnitDescription Points
LAW1214Criminal Law II 15
LAW1218Torts II 15
PSY3350Biological Psychology, Sensation and Perception 15
PSY2231Developmental Psychology 15
 


Year Three - Semester 1
UnitDescription Points
LAW2102Property Law I 15
LAW2104Constitutional Law I 15
PSY3303Research Applications and Ethical Issues 15
PSY3343Abnormal Psychology 15
Plus one (1) LL.B elective unit
 


Year Three - Semester 2
UnitDescription Points
LAW2312Property Law II 15
LAW2314Constitutional Law II 15
LAW2350Administrative Law 15
PSY2305Individual Differences 15
PSY3304Cognition 15
 


Year Four - Semester 1
UnitDescription Points
LAW3102Corporations Law 15
LAW3103Equity 15
PSY3216Group Process and Group Management 15
PSY3217Cultural Issues in Psychology 15
Plus one (1) LL.B elective unit
 


Year Four - Semester 2
UnitDescription Points
LAW3106Evidence 15
LAW3107Law of Trusts 15
PSY3246Systems Consultation 15
PSY3306Psychology, Community and Work 15
Plus one (1) LL.B elective unit
 


Year Five - Semester 1
UnitDescription Points
LAW4604Civil Procedure I 15
Plus three (3) LL.B elective units
 


Year Five - Semester 2
UnitDescription Points
LAW4614Civil Procedure II 15
LAW4620Commercial Practice, Conveyancing and Drafting 15
LAW4625Statutory Interpretation 15
LAW4704Legal Ethics and Professional Responsibility 15
 


PSY1101 Introduction to Psychology must be successfully completed before undertaking any subsequent units in Psychology. However, this unit can be taken in conjunction with PSY1102 Research Methods in Psychology 1. Students should take care in ensuring that they satisfy the pre-requisites for any unit.

Unspecified Law electives, based on previous studies under a recognised LLB course, may be credited towards the above course upon approval from the course coordinator and in accordance with the University's rules and policy on advanced standing.

HONOURS An undergraduate law student, who has not more than 120 points of study left to complete to qualify for a Bachelor of Laws degree and who has achieved a weighted average mark of not less than 70% across previously completed Bachelor of Laws units, may be eligible to graduate with Honours. Eligible students must complete LAW4710 - Advanced Legal Research Thesis in lieu of 30 credit points of law elective units.Completion of LAW4710 does not guarantee a student will receive a Bachelor of Laws (Honours). Except as otherwise provided, the policy Management of Honours Candidature, Grading of Honours Performance and Student Support applies. The Honours grade will be based on both completed units within the Bachelor of Laws degree as well as LAW4710. The coursework and dissertation mark are combined in proportion to the credit point values in determining the overall mark and honours grade. There is no third class honours.



ELECTIVE UNIT - HONOURS

UnitDescription Points
LAW4710Advanced Legal Research Thesis 30
 

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