The Bachelor of Information Systems/Bachelor of Laws degree will provide you with the capacity to be multi-skilled in both information systems and law, enhancing your marketability in both fields.
While learning about computing and information systems applications in the context of a global corporate environment, the Bachelor of Information Systems allows you to cooperate with businesses and work on genuine community-based concerns.
The Bachelor of Laws curriculum meets the academic requirements for admission to the Australian legal profession. While participating in collaborative face-to-face problems and case-based learning, students will participate in genuine evaluation to improve knowledge and skills. They will also benefit from online learning resources.
The double Bachelor's degree in Information Systems/Law requires the successful completion of 400 credit points in the fields listed in the prescribed sequence.
a total of 160 credit hours in basic legal subjects.
Subjects selected from the Bachelor of Laws Alternate Subjects pool are worth 80 credit points.
Information Systems subjects are worth 160 credit points.
You can choose career opportunities as a graduate:
Solicitor or Barrister
Five years of full-time study or 10 years of part-time study. Information systems courses are offered at the Parramatta site, while law courses are offered at the Campbelltown and Parramatta campuses. Students may be required to travel across campuses in order to complete their subjects.
A 2827 Diploma in Laws will be awarded to students who complete 80 credit points in this program (exit only).
Admission requires HSC Mathematics and any two HSC English courses.
Citizens of Australia and New Zealand, as well as permanent resident visa holders, can apply directly through the Universities Admissions Centre (UAC) or the Western Portal. Use the links below to apply to UAC or Western Sydney University. For applications submitted directly to Western Sydney, there is no application fee.
Applicants who studied abroad may be asked to demonstrate their English proficiency. Local applicants can find information on the minimum English proficiency requirements and acceptable documentation on the Universities Admissions Centre (UAC) website. When applying directly to the university, local applicants should use the information on the UAC website.
Students must apply through UAC International if they are completing an Australian Year 12 in Australia or abroad, an International Baccalaureate in Australia, or a New Zealand National Certificate of Educational Achievement (NCEA) level 3.
All other international applicants must contact the University's International Office directly to submit their applications.
International students applying to the University through the International Office can learn about the minimum English proficiency requirements and appropriate documentation on the International Office's website.
International Relations Office
To be accepted by UAC and Western Sydney University, overseas qualifications must be recognized by the Australian Education International - National Office of Overseas Skills Recognition as equal to Australian qualifications (AEI-NOOSR).