Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Laws

Monash University

Student rating (4.06) from 222 reviews
Ranked #16 in our University Rankings

Overview

Bachelor Degree
Melbourne
94.0 ATAR
5.0 years Full-Time
(or Part-Time equivalent)
$
10,958 Annual Fees (Domestic)
$
43,400 Annual Fees (International)
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Course Description

Whether it's working for a multinational or starting your own business, a degree in law and another in commerce will give you a powerful kick-start to the future. Aimed at ambitious high-achievers, this double degree course will make you an evidence-driven, ready to go business law professional.

You will gain a solid foundation in the Australian legal system and the research, analytical and communication skills of the legal profession. Combine this with a broad foundation in accounting, finance, economics, management and marketing, and a major of your choice and you will have a thorough legal and commercial understanding of business and trade.
Majors

Accounting
Actuarial studies
Behavioural commerce
Business analytics
Business law
Econometrics
Economics
Finance
Management studies
Marketing science
Sustainability

Careers

This combination gives you a wide range of career possibilities in the corporate sector, government and business as well as in legal firms or at the bar. It will...

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Entry Requirements

Ratings

Average ratings for Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Laws based on 3 reviews
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4.33
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Teachers
3.67
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