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Bachelor of Arts - Bachelor of Laws

Course requirements
To qualify for the award of the degrees of Bachelor of Arts - Bachelor of Laws a candidate must complete, satisfactorily and independently, each of (a), (b) and (c) as follows:
(a) all compulsory Law subjects;
(b) elective subjects to the value of 56 credit points. The subjects SOC222, SOC244 or SOC349 may be completed as electives for the LLB. However, they MAY NOT be counted towards the BA component of the double degree if they are being used as electives in Law. To be eligible for the award of Honours, candidates must complete either LLB313 or LLB314;
(c) subjects to the value of at least 90 credit points (not having the prefix LAW), from the course structures of the Bachelor of Arts, the General Schedule or the course Structures of the Faculty of Health and Behavioural Sciences. The 90 credit points must include one major study taught by a member unit of the Faculty of Arts (including Aboriginal Studies) OR a major study in Psychology or Population Health.
Note: No more than 48 credit points shall be for 100-level subjects.



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