CL51 Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Science (Psychology)

In order to complete this course, you must:

  1. Complete the core structure

Core Structure

Number of units: 26 Total credit points: 156

Both the Law and Business degrees have core components. Law has 19 core units. Psychology has 7 compulsory core units. A total of 26 core units, each being 6 cp = 156 cps. The total credit points for the dual degree is 24 units of Law (144 cps) and 12 units of Psychology (72 cps) making a total of 36 units (216 cps).

NOTE: To meet the course’s psychology study requirements of a total of 60 units of credit (10 units) at Level two and three as detailed above, students must undertake 2 additional units from the Level 2 or Level 3 unit options as listed above.

  • Psychology units undertaken must include 12 units of credit (2 units) at Level 1, at least 24 units of credit (4 units) at Level 2 and at least 24 units of credit (4 units) at Level 3 - of which PSYC11008, PSYC11009, PSYC12047, PSYC12048, PSYC13015, PSYC13017 and PSYC13020 are compulsory.
  • You must undertake at least 60 units of credit (10 units) at level 2 and Level 3 in Psychology combined.
  • Failure to satisfy these requirements will result in non eligibility to graduate.

Available units
Students must complete the following compulsory units:
LAWS11057 Introduction to Law
LAWS11059 Statutory Interpretation
LAWS11060 Criminal Law
LAWS11061 Contract A
LAWS11062 Contract B
LAWS11063 Torts A
LAWS11064 Torts B
LAWS11065 Constitutional Law
LAWS12056 Equity
LAWS12060 Trusts
LAWS12061 Administrative Law
LAWS12065 Foundations of Property Law
LAWS12066 Land Law
LAWS12072 Legal Research
LAWS13009 Corporations Law
LAWS13010 Evidence and Proof
LAWS13013 Legal Professional Conduct
LAWS13016 Theories of Law and Justice
LAWS13017 Civil Procedure
PSYC11008 Biological Foundations of Psychology
PSYC11009 Social Foundations of Psychology
PSYC12047 Introduction to Data Analysis
PSYC12048 Research Methods
PSYC13015 Advanced Methods in Psychology
PSYC13017 Abnormal Psychology
PSYC13020 Individual Differences and Assessment

Law electives. Choose 5 from the following list of units.

Available units
Students must complete 5 from the following units:
LAWS12059 Conveyancing
LAWS12062 Alternative Dispute Resolution
LAWS12063 Legal Drafting
LAWS12064 Legal Advocacy
LAWS12067 Environmental Law
LAWS12068 Innovation and Intellectual Property Law
LAWS12069 e-Law
LAWS12070 Public International and Human Rights Law
LAWS12071 Australian Employment Law
LAWS12073 Legal Practicum
LAWS13011 Family Law
LAWS13012 Succession
LAWS13014 Revenue Law
LAWS13015 Principles of Commercial Law
LAWS13018 Australian Consumer Law
LAWS13019 Legal Automation
LAWS13020 Legal Professional Portfolio

Psychology Level 2 electives. Choose 2 from the following list of units.

Available units
Students must complete 2 from the following units:
PSYC12010 Introduction to Human Development
PSYC12012 Physiological Psychology
PSYC12013 Personality
PSYC12014 Critical, Cultural and Social Psychology

Psychology Level 3 electives. Choose 1 from the following list of units.

Available units
Students must complete 1 from the following units:
PSYC13016 Cognitive Psychology
PSYC13021 Forensic Psychology
PSYC13022 Learning & Behaviour Modification
PSYC13023 Educational Psychology
PSYC13024 Qualitative Research Methodology
PSYC13025 Applied Sports Psychology

NOTE: To meet the course’s psychology study requirements of a total of 60 units of credit (10 units) at Level two and three as detailed above, students must undertake 2 additional units from the Level 2 or Level 3 unit options as listed above.