This double degree gives students the skills required to deal with complex legal issues stemming from new industries and contemporary science disciplines.
It has been developed to provide a new generation of scientists with an awareness of contemporary business practices for today’s increasingly competitive modern workplace.
You will combine a coherent stream of studies in a specialised scientific field with a range of foundation business courses that will provide exposure to several aspects of business practices, giving you a broad background in business management alongside a solid foundation in law.
The Law degree aims to develop graduates who have excellent analytical skills, a capacity for scholarly research, effective oral and written communication skills, and a commitment to personal and professional development, ethical practice and social responsibility.
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Why choose this degree?
The UNSW School of Law instils in students the values, skills and qualities necessary to become qualified legal practitioners with a strong sense of citizenship, community and social justice.
- Asian Studies
- Indigenous Studies
- Chinese Studies
- Advanced Chinese Studies
- Development Studies
- Creative Writing
- Environmental Humanities
- European Studies
- Film Studies
- French Studies
- Advanced French Studies
- German Studies
- Japanese Studies
- Advanced Japanese Studies
- Korean Studies
- Advanced Korean Studies
- Media, Culture and Technology
- Music Studies
- Music Studies (Intensive)
- Politics and International Relations
- Sociology and Anthropology
- Spanish and Latin American Studies
Degree StructureDegree Handbook
- In-house counsel in scientific and medical industries
- Patent lawyer
- Product analyst/developer
- Risk analyst
- Corporate and public policy adviser
- Management consultant
Accreditation / Professional Recogntion
Legal Profession Admission Board (NSW)
Chemistry and Mathematics plus one or more of Biology, Earth and Environmental Science, Mathematics Extension 1, Physics (depending on chosen area of study)