Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
CRICOS: 00002J; 02942D (ELC)
The Bachelor of Laws (Honours) course is a four year accredited professional course that has been benchmarked with undergraduate Law degrees from around Australia. Undergraduate Law is traditionally offered over 4 years and includes a suite of compulsory law units for accreditation purposes. The four-year Honours course is embedded within the Bachelor of Laws as an exit degree. Students will typically apply to transfer to the Honours course after their third year. Students aspiring to Honours will receive training in research methodology and must complete a significant research project under the supervision of a Macquarie Law School staff member.
- Contact Macquarie University for more information
Standard entry requirements
- Admission to Honours will be by direct internal application to the Law School.Bachelor of Laws students will be eligible to transfer to the Bachelor of Laws (Honours) program if they meet the following criteria:a) Successful completion of a minimum of 100 credit points in graded LAWS units - based on the standard progression, students will have completed their third year of study
- B) Have a minimum of 80 credit points of LAWS units still to complete
- Andc) Have a WAM in their graded LAWS units of 75 or above.Students with a WAM of 65 or above may apply to the Law School for approval to enrol in the Bachelor of Laws (Honours) units.
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