CRICOS Provider Code: 00586B
Course contact (faculty or school) Information Systems : (03) 6226 6200 or 1800 687 120 Laws : (03) 6226 2081
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Bachelor of Information Systems and Bachelor of Laws Course Specifications
See introductory details of Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Laws .
Over the five years of the degree course, students complete the requirements for both the BIS and the LLB.
Note: The following information is NOT included in the printed edition of the Course and Unit Handbook
Hobart: Sub-Dean (IS) ph 6226 2900 fax 6226 2913 and Secretary (Law) ph 6226 2073 fax 6226 7623
The following information answers some frequently asked questions.
Note, however, details should be confirmed with the appropriate authority
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)
Majors and Specialisations | Hobart specialisations: management of information systems, electronic commerce, systems development
Costs (course fees only annual) | HECS: YES | International students: $10,500
Students enrolled in this course | Total students enrolled last year: 15
Approximate student-staff contact hours | approx. 15hrs weekly (IS) 10hrs weekly (Law)
First year only available in Launceston
On admission to the University: Admissions@utas.edu.au
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