Full-time undergraduate degree programmes are offered over a minimum period of three years.
The Bachelor of Commerce in Law is a specialised degree suitable for students who wish to link a commercial background with that of law. The business environment in South Africa is complex, dynamic and fast-changing, necessitating the need for business people to acquire sophisticated management and legal skills in order to compete in local and global markets. The combination of a legal background with that of business is an excellent blend for anyone aiming to work in the commercial field. Every aspect of business is built on a legal foundation. The legal knowledge gained will ensure graduates are aware of any and all legalities in the business world with which they need to comply.
The specific skills acquired by the student will depend on which business or commerce modules are chosen as majors. The students have the option of majoring in Business Management, Human Resource Management or Accounting, together with Private Law and Mercantile Law.
After successfully completing the modules at the third level of their studies, the student will be able to do a higher qualification in Business Management, Human Resources, Accounting or Law.
Students have a choice in second and third year as to the commerce modules in which they would like to major. The students must choose two subject groups to continue with, in addition to their law modules. They have a choice between Business Management, Accounting and Human Resource Management.
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Last updated April 11, 2016