Students gain the business expertise and legal qualifications required to practise law. The business program focuses on providing skills to prepare students for future professional employment and positions of leadership, in organisations and the community. These skills complement a graduate’s legal practice, particularly in areas such as management, corporate and commercial tax, and written communication. Law classes and workshops provide students with real-world experiences and involve judges and senior academics along with local law firms, government agencies, community organisations and the local bar. For most current course information, visit Bachelor of Business/Bachelor of Laws at JCU.
Townsville: business intelligence and information systems; human resources management; management; marketing; sports and events management. Cairns: business intelligence and information systems; human resources management; management. Online: business intelligence and information systems; hospitality and tourism management; human resource management; international business; management; marketing; sports and events management.
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English, Literature, English and Literature Extension or English as an Additional Language (Units 3 and 4, C); Completion of Year 12 or attained age 17 years
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5 years External or 10 years External