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Bachelor of Commerce in Law

Bachelor of Commerce in Law for 2018

Why study Bachelor of Commerce in Law?

There is a growing need for multi-dimensional graduates with the ability to participate in an increasingly complex and dynamic local and global economy. The dual focus on commerce and law allows graduates to pursue a career in business management, whilst the focus on governance and compliance ensures ethical business practices will be followed. Armed with a firm grasp of sound business skills, graduates who want to pursue a career in law, can complete a further law qualification.

This qualification aims to equip learners with a well-rounded, broad education to produce graduates equipped with the knowledge base, theory and methodology of commerce and the general rules of law. Graduates will be familiar with the relationship between various aspects of commerce and the general rules of law.

Graduates of this qualification will also hold in high regard their duty to contribute meaningfully to the development of the local and global society and economy. The qualification will equip the learner with specialised knowledge in certain law subjects, whilst the commerce subjects will allow the learner the ability to develop a specialisation in tax, accounting or governance and compliance.

This qualification will also impart general skills and competencies in numeracy, literacy and articulation. The qualification is an ideal first degree grounding for a variety of careers in law, business and government. It furthermore enables graduates to articulate to the two year advanced Bachelor of Laws qualification, leading to a deeper understanding of the nature and function of, and an ability to apply the law, in the regulation of commercial activity.

This programme is offered and certified by Monash South Africa. Successful completion of this programme leads to a Monash South Africa qualification.

What are the BCom Law Career Opportunities?

Graduates of the Bachelor of Commerce in Law will be able to enter into a variety of careers in law and business, be it in the private or public sector. Alternatively, graduates may also continue to an advanced law qualification and ultimately follow a career in law, whilst armed with a firm grasp of sound business skills or become entrepreneurs by starting their own businesses.

For more information about studying a Bachelor of Commerce Law at Monash South Africa, get in touch with us today.

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What is a Bachelor of Commerce in Law?

A Bachelor of Commerce in Law or BCom Law is a business law degree that equips graduates with the knowledge base, theory and methodology of commerce and the general rules of law. You will receive specialised knowledge in certain law subjects and develop a specialisation in tax, accounting, governance and compliance.

What is the duration of study for the Bachelor of Commerce in Law?

Students at Monash South Africa will receive credit and complete this course in 3 years full-time or 6 years part-time. Students have a maximum of six years to complete this course.

What are the subjects offered as BCom Law units?

This qualification imparts general skills and competencies in numeracy, literacy and articulation. It enables graduates to articulate to a two-year advanced Bachelor of Law qualification, leading to a deeper understanding of the nature and function of, and an ability to apply the law, in the regulation of commercial activity. For a detailed breakdown of the course outline and BCom Law units, email inquiries@monash.ac.za

Fees for 2019

Fees are subject to change annually.

R89,900 (6,270.44 USD) per annum

Intakes

First semester (February), Second Semester (July)

Attendances

On-campus, full-time

Course code: 3669

South Africa Student Inquiries
Telephone: +27 11 950 4009
Email: inquiries@monash.ac.za

Entry requirements

Minimum entrance requirements

You must be at least 17 years old when you enrol (applications may be made while you are 16).

Our classes are taught and assessed in English. View the English language requirements.

Entrance scores are indicative only and subject to change annually.

COURSE LEVEL ENTRANCE REQUIREMENTS

South African National Senior Certificate (NSC)

  • Minimum score: 31
  • Subject prerequisites: English Home Language (4), Mathematics (4)

Minimum entrance requirements for non-school-leavers

If you don't meet the entry requirements for direct entry to the bachelor degree you'd like to study, the Foundation programme (MSAFP) can get you there. The programme bridges the gap between your highest qualification and the academic qualifications accepted by Monash South Africa.

Applications

More information can be found by visiting How to apply

Entry requirements

International entry requirements

You must be at least 17 years old when you enrol (applications may be made while you are 16).

Our classes are taught and assessed in English. View the English language requirements.

Entrance scores are indicative only and subject to change annually.

COURSE LEVEL ENTRANCE REQUIREMENTS

Advanced Levels

  • Minimum score: 7
  • Subject prerequisites: English and Math pass

Notes: Score A Levels grades as follows: A=5, B= 4, C=3, D=2, E=1. Score AS Level grades as follows: A=2.5, B=2, C=1.5, D=1, E=0.5

Examinations taken in maximum of 1 academic year.

AS Levels

Notes: Score AS Level grades as follows: A=2.5, B=2, C=1.5, D=1, E=0.5

Examinations taken in maximum of 1 academic year.

International Baccalaureate Diploma

  • Minimum score: 25
  • Subject prerequisites: English 4 (SL) or 3 (HL) and Math pass

Namibia HIGSCE

  • Maximum score: 18
  • Subject prerequisites: English and Math pass

Notes: Total score of six higher level subjects taken in one examination sitting*. Score higher level grades as follows: 1 (ONE), 2 (Two), 3 (THREE) and 4(FOUR), 0 (UNGRADED). Note: Grade 1 (ONE) is the highest and Grade 4 (FOUR) the lowest. Minimum English language requirement met by a maximum result of 2 in First Language English (Higher Level).

*A minimum of 6 subjects are taken in one examination sitting.

SAT

  • Minimum score:
    • 1710 prior to March 2016 (Total score out of 2400)
    • 1210 from March 2016 (Total score out of 1600)
  • Subject prerequisites: English and Math pass

Notes: High School Diploma (Grade 12) AND combined SAT scores of Critical Reading, Mathematics and Writing.

For other qualifications contact the School of Business and Economics.

Minimum entrance requirements for non-school-leavers

If you don't meet the entry requirements for direct entry to the bachelor degree you'd like to study, the Foundation programme (MSAFP) can get you there. The programme bridges the gap between your highest qualification and the academic qualifications accepted by Monash South Africa.

Applications

More information can be found by visiting How to apply

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011 950 4009 inquiries@monash.ac.za
From outside South Africa
+27 11 950 4009

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