Bachelor's Degree in Law Studies in Australia

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Law Studies

A bachelor's degree is given to students who fulfill the necessary requirements given by the college or university they are attending. The requirements include three to seven years of focus on a subject, typically referred to as a major or concentration.

Law and regulations are the sets of rules and guidelines created by people to be followed by other people. The subdivisions of this field include everything from international government relations to ensuring appropriate business practices.

Australia has a subsidized higher education for students pursuing the undergraduate degrees. They also give loan and grants for the post graduate students. Higher learning starts at undergraduate degree level to a doctoral degree offered in any field of study.

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Bachelor of Laws (LLB)

Murdoch University
Campus Full time 4 years February 2018 Australia Perth

Like any law degree in Australia, the Murdoch law degree consists of compulsory units prescribed by the Legal Practice Board. These compulsory units are complimented by a wide range of elective units. Electives allow you to explore a diverse range of legal subjects, or focus your studies around a cluster of units within a particular area of law. [+]

Best Bachelors in Law Studies in Australia 2017. Like any law degree in Australia, the Murdoch law degree consists of compulsory units prescribed by the Legal Practice Board. These compulsory units are complimented by a wide range of elective units. Electives allow you to explore a diverse range of legal subjects, or focus your studies around a cluster of units within a particular area of law. For example, you can select a range of units that will be appropriate for general practice, commercial law, international trade law, human rights, welfare law or public law and policy. Not only will studying Law at Murdoch University broaden your skillset, it will also open you up to a wide range of experiences and opportunities along your journey. Students can take part in numerous experiences and opportunities throughout their studies including: International Study Programme - Italy, Switzerland, Germany and India Mooting Clinic at Murdoch Internships Undergraduate Course Bachelor of Laws (Four-Year Degree) (LLB) Graduate Entry Bachelor of Laws (Three-Year Degree) (LLB) Popular Combined Degrees The skills you gain from a second degree can complement your legal skills and enhance both your law degree and career prospects. Murdoch University gives you an opportunity to combine a Murdoch Law degree with a Bachelor of Arts or Business or Science with many interesting and rewarding majors. A combined Law degree usually only takes an extra year, as core units from both degrees are integrated within the five years. - Bachelor of Laws with Bachelor of Arts -... [-]

Bachelor of Criminal Justice

Charles Sturt University
Campus or Online Full time 3 years January 2018 Australia Port Macquarie Bathurst + 1 more

CSU’s Bachelor of Criminal Justice equips you with the skills and knowledge to progress to the Associate Degree in Policing Practice (ADPP) and to be further considered for entry into the NSW Police Force, subject to professional suitability. [+]

Criminal justice is at the forefront of how a society is shaped and functions. Described as the ways in which social control, deterring and mitigating crime and rehabilitation are developed and delivered in a society, criminal justice offers a range of diverse and exciting careers. CSU’s Bachelor of Criminal Justice equips you with the skills and knowledge to progress to the Associate Degree in Policing Practice (ADPP) and to be further considered for entry into the NSW Police Force, subject to professional suitability. It prepares you to work in diverse criminal justice fields, such as corrections, probation and parole, or work with refugees, criminal offenders, victims and their families. Alternatively, during your work placement experience, you may discover other careers in law enforcement and social justice. There is also the possibility of entering an academic career after the Bachelor of Criminal Justice, embarking upon law studies or undertaking a higher degree by research. Why study this course? Reasons to study Criminal Justice at CSU: this is a multidisciplinary degree: students study a range of subjects, including justice studies, criminology, sociology, psychology, philosophy, communication and Indigenous studies. This means you can explore different career paths and stitch subjects together that suit your career plans or current workplace the course is offered online and on campus at Bathurst and Port Macquarie, allowing you to study as flexibly as you need to for those interested in a career in policing, the course offers a recognised pathway to apply for the NSW Police Force... [-]

Bachelor in Criminology and Criminal Justice (Honours)

The University of Queensland
Campus Full time 4 years January 2018 Australia Saint Lucia Brisbane Gatton + 2 more

The Bachelor of Criminology and Criminal Justice (Hons) is a specialised program of study that prepares you for a career as a criminologist. You will study criminological theory, criminal justice, criminological research methods, criminal law and professional practice in criminology and criminal justice. [+]

Best Bachelors in Law Studies in Australia 2017. Why study the Bachelor of Criminology and Criminal Justice (Honours) The Bachelor of Criminology and Criminal Justice (Hons) is a specialised program of study that prepares you for a career as a criminologist. You will study criminological theory, criminal justice, criminological research methods, criminal law and professional practice in criminology and criminal justice. Your program of study culminates in a fourth year of study that brings together theory, research and industry-relevant specialist skills to provide you with a sound platform for employment or further study. As a criminologist, you will understand how the justice system works, why people commit crimes, and have the skills and knowledge to contribute towards preventing and controlling crime and social problems that face contemporary society. This is a new program with staged introduction of new courses. Students applying to change program and/or applying for credit on the basis of previous studies should seek advice from the Program Convenor or the School of Social Science (socialscience@uq.edu.au). Please note that due to the staged introduction of courses, it may take longer than anticipated for students with credit to complete program requirements. Entry requirements Prerequisites Year 12 (or equivalent) English English Proficiency IELTS overall 6.5; reading 6; writing 6; speaking 6; listening 6. For other English Language Proficiency Tests and Scores approved for UQ, read the English proficiency policy below. In order to gain entry to an academic program at UQ, you will have to demonstrate you have the appropriate... [-]

Bachelor of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Advocacy (BATSIA)

Charles Darwin University
Campus Full time Part time 3 - 6 years January 2018 Australia Northern Territory Sydney Melbourne + 3 more

The Bachelor of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Advocacy degree provides an opportunity for students to engage intellectually and in hands-on ways with concepts and practices based on Indigenous [+]

Bachelor of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Advocacy (BATSIA)

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Batchelor Casuarina Campus External Studies

The Bachelor of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Advocacy degree provides an opportunity for students to engage intellectually and in hands-on ways with concepts and practices based on Indigenous knowledge systems. The core units and the course specialisations are designed to privilege and advance the exploration and practical application of knowledges from the rich cultural traditions and contemporary social experiences of Indigenous peoples. The course of study promotes the capacity of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, and those who work with them, to provide accountable leadership, advocate for and empower people and communities in their aspirations for cultural maintenance and reclamation, and for effective participation in contemporary Australian social, cultural and economic life.... [-]