CRICOS Provider Code: 00586B
Course contact (faculty or school) Economics : (03) 6226 2160 Laws : (03) 6226 2081
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Bachelor of Economics and Bachelor of Laws Course Specifications
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Over the five years of the degree course, students complete the requirements for both the BEc and the LLB.
The BEcLLB provides a strong basis for a career in business or public administration, where there is a need for an understanding of the relationships between economic decisions and legal constraints. In recent years the ACCC has been looking for graduates with the set of skills undertaken in the combined degree.
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Responsible faculty or school | Faculty of Commerce | Faculty of Law
Campus(es) offered | Hobart
Mode of delivery | Full time | Part time
Course duration | 5 years minimum (10 semesters) | 10 years maximum (20 semesters)
Costs (course fees only annual) | HECS: YES
Students enrolled in this course | Total students enrolled last year: 24 | Total students enrolled this year: 18 | International students this year: 0
Approximate student-staff contact hours | approx 10 hrs weekly (Law)
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