BSc Management with Law
About the course
This degree combines essential elements from both the BSc Management and LLB (Law) programme, giving you an opportunity for both critical and theoretical study. This degree is for you if you:
- wish to pursue a career in law or management, or run a legal practice
- are seeking employment, either in the public or private sector, where a demonstrated ability for logical reasoning is required.
Study Mode Online Education, Distance Learning & External study modes available
To provide you with a thorough grounding in both accounting and law; the programmes take a broad approach to the subjects rather than focusing on narrow technicalities.
Structure and Syllabus
Please note: the following course information sheets are in pdf format.
|Standard Route ||Graduate Entry Route |
|100 courses ||100 courses |
|1 ||AC1025 Principles of accounting || |
|AC1025 Principles of accounting |
|2 ||LA1040 Elements of the law of contract ||2 ||LA1040 Elements of the law of contract |
|3 ||LA1031 Common law reasoning and institutions ||3 ||MN1107 Introduction to business and management |
|4 ||MN1107 Introduction to business and management || || |
|200 and 300 courses ||200 and 300 courses |
|5 ||LA3017 Commercial law || |
|LA3017 Commercial law |
|6 ||LA3021 Company law ||5 ||LA3021 Company law |
|7 ||One 300 course from Selection group M ||6 ||One 300 course from Selection group M |
|8 ||One 300 course from Selection group M ||7 ||One 300 course from Selection group M |
|9 ||One 300 course from Selection group M ||8 ||One 300 course from Selection group M |
|10 ||One course from Selection group M ||9 ||One course from Selection group M |
|11 || One 200 or 300 course (or two half courses) from any Selection group || |
|12 ||One 100, 200 or 300 course (or two half courses) from any Selection group |
- The structure shown above is subject to confirmation in the 2011-2012 Regulations. The Regulations also contain full details on the rules that govern the choice of any course. Students already registered on the programme should consult the current Regulations section of our website.
- To be eligible for the award of a degree, you must attempt all 12 courses and pass a minimum of 10 (although this would result in a drop in the class band of the degree award). On the Graduate Entry Route, you must successfully pass all 9 courses to be eligible for the award of degree.
- In your first year of study you must demonstrate the capacity to succeed at Level 4 (100) courses before advancing to Level 5 (200) or Level 6 (300) courses, unless you have received accreditation of prior learning.
- Prerequisites - courses which you must have already passed - are shown in brackets.
- Course codes are new from the 2011–2012 academic year and replace any previous year’s examination numbers. This change does not affect the syllabus or course content. Please note that the course information sheet displays the old code – this will be updated in due course.
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