Science

Science/Law

N/AGuaranteed Selection Rank 2020
91.35 2019 Lowest ATAR
96.002019 Lowest Selection Rank
5.0YEARS
KENSINGTON CAMPUS
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INTAKE T1 & T3
ATTENDANCE PT or FT
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This dual degree challenges those with curious minds who want to engage in or support cutting edge scientific research and developments. 

This dual degree provides students with the skills required to deal with complex legal issues stemming from new industries, innovations and new social expectations, as part of a progressive Law degree that is very attractive to future employers.

Students are also given the opportunity to use state-of-the-art technology and build extensive knowledge in a scientific field choosing from the various Science specialisations offered in the Bachelor of Science.

Careers
Legal practice as a solicitor or barrister, in-house counsel, work in research, technology, science, mathematics, education, public policy. There are additional opportunities to become a patent attorney.

Accreditation
Accredited by the Legal Profession Admission Board (NSW)

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All domestic applicants (Australian citizens, permanent residents and New Zealand citizens) who wish to study an undergraduate Law dual degree program at UNSW must sit the LAT. You will be assessed for entry to UNSW Law on the basis of both your LAT results and your academic results. Academic results will be combined with the LAT result on a sliding scale so that those with very high academic results require a lower LAT score, and those with lower academic results require a higher LAT score.

Program Code: 

4770

UAC Code: 

426000

CRICOS Code: 

015779C

Award Level: 

  • Bachelor Degree

Award: 

Bachelor of Science, Bachelor of Laws

Minimum Units Of Credit for Award: 

240
Bachelor of Science
The Bachelor of Science provides you with the flexibility to study core Science subjects while majoring in your chosen area of interest.

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