Bachelor of Laws (Honours)
Australian Higher Education Loan Program (HELP)
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As Australia’s #1 university for graduate starting salary (Good Universities Guide, 2022), University of Southern Queensland is the right place to make real progress. Regardless of your education history, your age or your aspirations, at UniSQ you’ll be inspired by quality learning experiences matched with top resources and research. Having delivered distance and online learning for over 40+ years, UniSQ supports you to learn at your own pace—exactly how it suits you.
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What you'll learn
On successful completion of this program students will be able, both with intellectual independence and collaboratively, to:
• demonstrate an understanding of a coherent and advanced body of knowledge of underlying principles and concepts of specialised areas of law, and adapt this knowledge in different practical or theoretical contexts
• demonstrate knowledge of a range of research principles and methods applicable within the discipline of law
• plan, design, execute and use research and scholarship in a significant legal project, and to exercise critical thinking and judgment in developing new understandings of law
• demonstrate cognitive and technical skills needed to review, analyse, consolidate and synthesise practical legal knowledge or theoretical legal concepts, and to identify and provide solutions to complex legal problems
• communicate legal knowledge and ideas clearly and coherently in oral and written forms.
Explore a career in the public service, government, politics, non-government organisations and private enterprise with your skills gained at UniSQ.
The Bachelor of Laws (Honours) articulates from The Bachelor of Laws. The Bachelor of Laws has been accredited by the Legal Practitioners Admissions Board, Queensland, and the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Queensland as an approved academic qualification under the Supreme Court (Legal Practitioner Admission) Rules 2004 (QLD).
Higher education via OUACompleted Australia Bachelor degree in Law + GPA above 5.00
Credit for previous study or work
Under the guidance of our lecturers you will study legal research methods, complete two major research projects in areas of law you are passionate about and make a difference to society in a meaningful way. Collectively, our lecturers have a wealth of experience in a diverse range of backgrounds, including criminal law, human rights, international and comparative law, ethics, family and succession law, environmental and natural resources law, commercial and taxation law, and public law and policy.