Combining political science and international relations with law will help you develop a solid understanding of the world we live in. You’ll learn about the forces that shape politics, public administration and international affairs. In the law component, you’ll undertake core courses necessary for admission to practice, as well as have an opportunity to study elective courses in areas such as professional legal practice and clinics, global and international law, law and commerce, theories of law, and social justice and the environment. You’ll also develop interdisciplinary understandings of law and legal work. In the political science and international relations component, you will learn about political institutions and processes, business- government relations, foreign policy and globalisation. In your first year, you will develop your understanding of politics and international relations. In your second and third years, you will expand this knowledge and complete either a parliamentary internship or a work placement. For more course information, visit Bachelor of Laws (Honours)/Bachelor of Political Science and International Relations at GU.