The LLM MBA (Law) is a double degree program allows students to combine the breadth of an MBA with the advanced study of law. Delivered online and intensively the LLM/ MBA Law provides working professionals with flexibility to enhance their career prospects while maintaining full time employment.
The MBA curriculum equips professionals with the skills to be effective in a contemporary business environment where the rapid rate of innovation and disruption impacts significantly on the organisation's success. You'll be able to apply the concepts and tools to your professional environment immediately, while preparing for the future by accelerating your current career, following a new path or building a new enterprise.
The Master of Laws (LLM) program offers you the opportunity to develop an advanced and contemporary understanding of one or more areas of legal study, to acquire further expertise and enhance career prospects. By incorporating a specialisation into the LLM, you can pursue an area of law that complements your existing profession or provides entry into a new field. Alternatively, you can complete a generalist program and choose courses from any of the specialisations.
Why choose this degree?
This double degree allows you complete the top ranked online MBA program in Australia and LLM from Australia’s leading law school. As a student at AGSM, you will also benefit from the services and resources provided by our dedicated career development centre and have access to our 17,000+ global alumni network. The Master of Laws flexibility allows you to either specialise in an area of your choice or to undertake a generalised degree.
Who should choose this degree?
Practicing lawyers seeking to enhance their business and management knowledge and skills whilst increasing their knowledge of advanced topics in law, as well as executives, from a non-legal background, who wish to enhance their business and management knowledge and skills and increase their understanding of legal concepts and topics.
The LLM MBA (Law) is open to law and non-law graduates.
Students can choose from eight areas of specialisation or complete a generalist program and choose a mix of courses from any of our specialisations.
To be awarded an LLM with a specialisation, students must successfully complete at least four courses in their chosen field.
Areas of specialisation include:
- Chinese International Business & Economic Law
- Corporate, Commercial and Taxation Law
- Criminal Justice and Criminology
- Dispute Resolution
- Environmental Law and Sustainable Development
- Human Rights Law and Policy
- International Law
- Media, Intellectual Property and Technology Law
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- Senior management roles (GM, CEO, CxO and board level)
- Senior government leader
- Business Administration Managers
- Executive roles in not-for-profit and community organisations
- Project Managers with a legal or policy focus
- Professionals responsible for law or policy reform