Undergraduate Certificate in Business Law
A foundation in business law that you can build on
The first step in studying business law at a university level—your career in commerce starts here! You’ll explore markets and legal frameworks, then dive into companies and contracts and law with a business focus. Work towards a career in business law.
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Subjects may require attendance
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This undergraduate certificate aims to enable students to:
- apply principles and concepts of business law in a variety of contexts relevant to further learning and/or paraprofessional work
- apply critical and creative thinking and problem solving skills relevant to business law to generate innovative solutions to problems
- use technology appropriately to communicate business law concepts to experts and non-experts
- consider global perspectives on business law and international business law standards
This undergraduate certificate has no entry requirements and is open to everyone.
During your application
We’ll ask you to provide your education history. It’s for government data collection only and will not impact your application.
Skip the questions in the Entry Requirements section by selecting Higher Education. Then enter “n/a” in all the Previous Higher Education Studies boxes.
Although you'll need to consent to an academic results search, we won't conduct it when we process your application.
Applications for Credit for Recognised Learning are not considered within this course.
This Higher Education Certificate may lead students into a Bachelor of Commerce (Business Law) program.
The Undergraduate Certificate in Business Law is designed for people who are interested in pursuing a career in business. The Undergraduate Certificate gives student entry (and credit for the four units completed) into the Bachelor of Commerce (Business Law) (OUMU-BSLAW) among others at Curtin.
Recommended Study Pattern
Student must complete 4 subjects.
To qualify for the Undergraduate Certificate in Business Law students must complete four core subjects.
You can apply direct through Open Universities Australia.
Once you've checked your eligibility, apply and enrol for this degree following the steps. This degree also allows you to get started with Open access.
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Choose subjects to begin your application. You can choose 1 or 2 subjects to start.
Choose how you want to start
You can apply for the full degree or if you want to start with Open access, enrol into the subjects using the ‘Single subjects’ option.
You can apply for the degree later and the subjects may be credited towards the degree.
Complete your details
Provide your details and select a funding option. You can pay up-front or apply for government funding in your application.
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This degree offers Open access entry, exclusive to Open Universities Australia.
There’s more than one way to get a degree. Open access allows you to start with single subjects as a way into eligible degrees, regardless of your study history.
Enrol into and complete the required Open access subjects to earn entry in this degree. Most subjects have no entry requirements, are fully government funded (if you’re eligible) and may be credited when you start the degree.
The best part? You can enrol and get started with single subjects now.