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Our courses offer the right balance of practical knowledge and academic excellence and a wide range of study options.
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This double degree is a challenging educational initiative combining the Law program with an Arts program to provide students with the theory, practical experience and transferable employability skills, including critical thinking, teamwork, communication and problem solving, needed for employment in a wide range of professions, and for further study in a variety of disciplines.
Arts majors are available in the following disciplines:
- Contemporary Fashion & Textiles
- French (Introductory and Post ATAR)
- Japanese (Introductory and Post ATAR)
- Politics & International Relations
- Visual Arts Studio
The Bachelor of Laws equips students with skills for the courtroom and beyond, providing greater scope and options for a rewarding career in the legal, corporate, commercial and social justice fields.
Practical experience may be gained at the on-campus Northern Suburbs Community Legal Centre and through the Criminal Justice Review Project (Innocence Project).
This course is accredited by the Legal Practice Board of Western Australia (LPBWA). Graduates of this course will be eligible for registration with the Legal Practice Board of Western Australia (LPBWA) and the ability to practise depends on successful registration.
Students will be required to attend classes on both campuses to complete the course.
Lawyer, Barrister, Solicitor, Legal Practitioner, Community Legal Adviser, Local Government Officer, Corporate Lawyer, Legal Executive, In-house Counsel, Interpreter, Historian, Journalist, Politician, Legal Publisher, Social Scientist, Foreign Affairs Officer
Students who have no more than 120 credit points left to complete to qualify for a Bachelor of Laws degree and who have achieved the required minimum weighted average mark (70%) across previously completed Bachelor of Laws units may be eligible to graduate with Honours by satisfactory completion of LAW4710.
The Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Arts are also available in these disciplines.
This course is not available for on-campus study by students with an International student visa.