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2012 Bachelor of Music and Bachelor of Laws(L3J)

Responsible faculty or institute:
Law (principal)
Campus(es) Offered:
Course Duration: Minimum 5 yrs, Maximum 10 yrs.
Course Contact (faculty or school): Arts: (03) 6226 2249 Laws: (03) 6226 7510


This course is NOT accepting new applicants in 2011.

All continuing students who need to re-enrol are advised to contact their Faculty Officer for enrolment advice.

Admission & Prerequisites

This course is in teach-out and will NOT be accepting new applicants from 2010 onwards.

Course Objectives

The objectives of the combined degree courses are those of the component degrees. Reference should be made to the Bachelor of Music and Bachelor of Laws course entries.

Career Outcomes

Graduates of combined degrees could expect to find open to them all the career paths that are open to graduates of the component degree courses.

Miscellaneous Information


The components, and the assessment, of the Law Skills unit have been fully integrated into the compulsory units. Each compulsory unit description outlines the skills covered by that unit.

Moots - Students are required to enrol, attend and participate in one moot. Satisfactory performance in the moot is a prerequisite to obtaining the degree.

Bachelor of Music (Advanced Honours)

This program is available to high achieving students in the BMus component of the combined BMus-LLB.

This is a special program that recognises high achieving students. Entry to the program is by invitation through the recommendation of the Conservatorium's audition panel and is based on a student's performance at audition, an interview and entrance/placement examination. In order to remain in the program, students will have to achieve at least distinction results in their major study units and maintain a credit average in all other units. Students not initially admitted to the program but who achieve distinctions or better in their major study units and maintain a credit average in all other units will be invited to be part of the program. At the discretion of the Dean students transferring from other institutions may be eligible to enter the program.

Students participating in this program will be required to fulfill all the normal BMus component requirements and will be encouraged to develop their academic potential through participation in targeted research seminars. Individual academic mentoring and advice is also provided.

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