Bachelor of Laws (Honours) and Bachelor of Arts

Monash University

Student rating (4.06) from 222 reviews
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Overview

Bachelor Honours Degree
Melbourne
94.0 ATAR
5.0 years Full-Time
(or Part-Time equivalent)
$
8,850 Annual Fees (Domestic)
$
40,200 Annual Fees (International)
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Course Description

While either Law or Arts can be a fine start to your career, you can enhance your options and professional expertise by combining them in this sought-after double degree course.

Tailored to your interests and career aspirations, a feature of our Law course is the large number of specialist units available. Coupled with some 40 Arts majors and minors, you can blend your study of Law with subjects such as bioethics, criminology, international relations, holocaust or genocide studies, or indulge your passion for the performing arts, language, music or theatre. The choice is yours.
Majors

Anthropology, Archaeology (formerly ancient cultures), Behavioural studies, Bioethics, Chinese studies, Communications and media studies, Criminology, Digital...

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Careers

The course offers opportunities for law graduates to focus on issues of policy and governance in addition to direct legal services. Graduates will be highly...

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Additional Information

Graduates with these two degrees will have a solid foundation in the concepts, procedures and reasoning underpinning the Australian legal system an...

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Entry Requirements

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