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1 Macquarie Law School PROGRAM GUIDES FOR DOUBLE DEGREES WITH LAW For students commencing in 2015 onwards This document includes program guides for each of the 1 double degrees with law offered by Macquarie Law School. It is relevant to students who commenced their law degree in 2015 onwards. This information is intended as a guide only and does not replace the Macquarie University Handbook of Undergraduate Studies. All students are responsible for designing their own program of study to take account of their personal circumstances. In designing your program of study you should refer to the degree requirements relevant to your year of admission into the law program. For information pertaining to individual units you should refer to the 2015 Handbook. The link for the 2015 Handbook is: Enquiries relating to your degree program should be directed to https://ask.mq.edu.au/splash.php

2 Macquarie Department Law of School Environment and Geography Bachelor of Arts Health with Bachelor of Laws General requirements Minimum of 120 credit points required for the degree, including: 72 credit points at 200 level or above; 48 credit points at 00 level or above; 72 credit points from units with a LAW, LAWS or LAWZ prefix; completion of a qualifying major for the Bachelor of Arts; completion of a designated People unit; completion of a designated Planet unit; and completion of a designated PACE unit with a LAWS or LAWZ prefix. Suggested program of study for students commencing in Session 1 LAW115 Foundations of Law LAW109 Criminal Justice People unit LAWS104 Contracts Planet unit LAWS108 Law, Lawyers and Society 100-level unit from qualifying Major 100-level unit from qualifying Major LAWS216 Property Law LAW20 Torts LAWS256 Business Organisations LAW214 Jurisprudence LAWS259 International Law LAWS217 Equity and Trusts 200-level unit from qualifying Major 200-level unit from qualifying Major LAWS14 Constitutional Law LAWS15 Administrative Law 00+ level unit from qualifying Major 00+ level unit from qualifying Major 00+ level unit from qualifying Major 00+ level unit from qualifying Major Reparations and Resolution in Law 1 LAWS or LAWZ PACE Unit 1 Students graduating with Honours must complete LAWS555. They must also complete a further 21 credit points from 500-level units with a LAWS or LAWZ prefix. (These may include one or more 500-level PACE units.)

3 Suggested program of study for students commencing in Session 2 LAW115 Foundations of Law People unit Planet unit 100-level unit from qualifying Major LAW109 Criminal Justice LAW20 Torts LAWS104 Contracts LAW214 Jurisprudence LAWS108 Law, Lawyers and Society LAWS259 International Law 100-level unit from qualifying Major 200-level unit from qualifying Major LAWS216 Property Law LAWS217 Equity and Trusts LAWS256 Business Organisations LAWS15 Administrative Law LAWS14 Constitutional Law 00+ level unit from qualifying Major 200-level unit from qualifying Major 00+ level unit from qualifying Major 00+ level unit from qualifying Major 00+ level unit from qualifying Major LAWS or LAWZ PACE Unit Year 6 Reparations and Resolution in Law 2 Please note: This information is intended as a guide only and does not replace the Macquarie University Handbook of Undergraduate Studies. For full degree requirements you should refer to the Macquarie University Handbook at: handbook.mq.edu.au Offerings of units may change from year to year. law.mq.edu.au Find out more Academic and administrative enquiries T: (02) Web enquiries: ask.mq.edu.au Disclaimer: This publication is correct at time of creation: November Macquarie University reserves the right to change program details at any time and change its fees without notice. 2 Students graduating with Honours must complete LAWS555. They must also complete a further 21 credit points from 500-level units with a LAWS or LAWZ prefix. (These may include a 500-level PACE unit.)

4 Macquarie Department Law of School Environment and Geography Bachelor of Arts Health - Media with Bachelor of Laws General requirements Minimum of 120 credit points required for the degree, including: 90 credit points at 200 level or above; 54 credit points at 00 level or above; 72 credit points from units with a LAW, LAWS or LAWZ prefix; completion of a designated People unit; completion of a designated Planet unit; and completion of a designated PACE unit with a LAWS or LAWZ prefix. Suggested program of study for students commencing in Session 1 LAW115 Foundations of Law LAW109 Criminal Justice MAS104 Australian Media LAWS104 Contracts MAS110 Introduction to Digital Media LAWS108 Law, Lawyers and Society MMCS115 Academic Cultures MAS105 Media Cultures LAWS216 Property Law LAW20 Torts LAWS256 Business Organisations LAW214 Jurisprudence LAWS259 International Law LAWS217 Equity and Trusts 200-level unit from BA-Media MAS215 Theorising Media LAWS14 Constitutional Law LAWS15 Administrative Law 200-level unit from BA-Media 200-level unit from BA-Media 200-level unit from BA-Media 200-level unit from BA-Media 00-level unit from BA-Media 00-level unit from BA-Media LAW484 Media Law MAS16 Media Futures 00-level MAS elective Reparations and Resolution in Law 1 LAWS or LAWZ PACE Unit People or Planet unit People or Planet unit 1 Students graduating with Honours must complete LAWS555. They must also complete a further 21 credit points from 500-level units with a LAWS or LAWZ prefix. (These may include one or more 500-level PACE units.)

5 Suggested program of study for students commencing in Session 2 LAW115 Foundations of Law MAS110 Introduction to Digital Media MMCS115 Academic Cultures MAS105 Media Cultures LAW109 Criminal Justice LAW20 Torts LAWS104 Contracts LAW214 Jurisprudence LAWS108 Law, Lawyers and Society LAWS259 International Law MAS104 Australian Media MAS215 Theorising Media LAWS216 Property Law LAWS217 Equity and Trusts LAWS256 Business Organisations LAWS15 Administrative Law LAWS14 Constitutional Law 200-level unit from BA-Media 200-level unit from BA-Media 200-level unit from BA-Media 200-level unit from BA-Media MAS16 Media Futures 200-level unit from BA-Media 00-level unit from BA-Media 00-level unit from BA-Media LAW484 Media Law LAWS or LAWZ PACE Unit 00-level MAS elective People or Planet unit Year 6 Reparations and Resolution in Law 2 People or Planet unit Please note: This information is intended as a guide only and does not replace the Macquarie University Handbook of Undergraduate Studies. For full degree requirements you should refer to the Macquarie University Handbook at: handbook.mq.edu.au Offerings of units may change from year to year. law.mq.edu.au Find out more Academic and administrative enquiries T: (02) Web enquiries: ask.mq.edu.au Disclaimer: This publication is correct at time of creation: November Macquarie University reserves the right to change program details at any time and change its fees without notice. 2 Students graduating with Honours must complete LAWS555. They must also complete a further 21 credit points from 500-level units with a LAWS or LAWZ prefix. (These may include a 500-level PACE unit.)

6 Bachelor of Applied Finance with Bachelor of Laws (APLA01) COURSES.MQ.EDU.AU Suggested Program of Study 2015 UNIT CODE Session UNIT NAME LAW115 Foundations of Law AFIN100 Introduction to Finance STAT170 Introductory Statistics People/Planet unit CP AVAILABLE 2015* S2 Day S1 External, S2 Day, S2 Evening PREREQUISITES (All unit prerequisites require a Pass grade or above) (Admission to LLB or BAppFinLLB or BALLB or BA-MediaLLB or BA-PsychLLB or BBALLB or BComLLB or BCom-ProfAccgLLB or BEnvLLB or BITLLB or BIntStudLLB or BPsych(Hons)LLB or BScLLB or BSocScLLB) or (admission to the pre-law pathway) Session LAW109 Criminal Justice LAWS104 Contracts LAWS108 Law, Lawyers and Society ACCG106 Accounting Information for Decision-Making S2 Day, S2 Evening LAW115 and ((admission to LLB or BAppFinLLB or BALLB or BA-MediaLLB or BA- PsychLLB or BBALLB or BComLLB or BCom-ProfAccgLLB or BEnvLLB or BITLLB or BIntStudLLB or BPsych(Hons)LLB or BScLLB or BSocScLLB) or (admission to the pre-law pathway)) As above As above Session 2015 (December to February) ECON111 Microeconomic Principles S1 Day, S2 Day, S Day Session LAWS216 Property Law S1 Day, S1 External 18cp including LAWS104 and ((admission to LLB or BAppFinLLB or BALLB or BA- MediaLLB or BA-PsychLLB or BBALLB or BComLLB or BCom-ProfAccgLLB or BEnvLLB or BITLLB or BIntStudLLB or BPsych(Hons)LLB or BScLLB or BSocScLLB) LAWS256 Business Organisations S1 Day, S1 External As above LAWS259 International Law ACST101 Techniques and Elements of Finance S2 Day 18cp including LEX101 or LAW115 TIP: If students have not done HSC Mathematics, it is recommended they study ECON11/MATH12 as an elective (both count as Planet units) before ACST101. Session LAWS20 Torts LAWS214 Jurisprudence LAW109 and (LAW204 or LAWS104) and (admission to LLB or BAppFinLLB or BALLB or BA-MediaLLB or BA-PsychLLB or BBALLB or BComLLB or BCom- ProfAccgLLB or BEnvLLB or BITLLB or BIntStudLLB or BPsych(Hons)LLB or BScLLB or BSocScLLB) 6cp in LAW or LAWS units including LAW115 and (admission to LLB or BAppFinLLB or BALLB or BA-MediaLLB or BA-PsychLLB or BBALLB or BComLLB or BCom-ProfAccgLLB or BEnvLLB or BITLLB or BIntStudLLB or BPsych(Hons)LLB or BScLLB or BSocScLLB) LEGEND: S1: Session 1; first half year S2: Session 2; second half year S: Session ; December to February CP: Credit Point C: Capstone Unit P: PACE Unit

7 LAWS217 Equity and Trusts LAWS216 AFIN270 Stochastic Methods in Applied Finance S2 Day (15cp including (ACST101 and (AFIN100 or ACST152) and (STAT170 or STAT171))) or ACST252 Session 2016 (December to February) People/Planet unit Session LAWS14 Constitutional Law S1 Day, S1 External 6cp in LAW or LAWS units at 200 level including (LAW214 or LAWS214) LAWS98 Civil and Criminal Procedure S1 Day, S1 External 9cp including (LAW20 or LAWS20) ECON110 Macroeconomic Principles S2 Day AFIN250 Investments S1 Day, S2 Evening (15cp including ((AFIN100 or ACST152) and (ACCG100 or ACCG106) and (STAT170 or STAT171))) or ACST252 Session LAWS15 Administrative Law LAW14 or LAWS14 LAWS99 Evidence LAWS98 ECON204 Macroeconomic Analysis ECON241 Introductory Econometrics S1 Day, S2 Day, S2 Evening, S Day S2 Day, S2 Evening, S Day 15cp including ECON110 and (GPA of 2.0 (out of 4.0) or (admission to BAppFin or BActStud or BBA or BBusAnalytics or BBusLeadCom or BCom or BCom-Accg or BCom-ProfAccg or BEc or BGlobalBus or BMktgMedia)) 15cp including [(STAT170 or STAT171 or PSY122) and (ECON110 or ECON111)] Session ACST201 Financial Modelling S1 Evening, S2 Day 15cp including (ACST101 and (STAT150 or STAT170 or STAT171)) AFIN29 Derivatives Instrument S1 Day, S2 Day 6cp at 200 level including (AFIN252 or AFIN270 or STAT272) ECON4 Financial Econometrics S2 Day 27cp including (6cp at 200 level including (ECON241 or STAT272)) Session AFIN10 (C/P) Issues in Applied Finance S1 Evening, S2 Evening cp in ACST or AFIN units at 00 level AFIN28 Financial Risk Management S2 Day 6cp at 200 level including (AFIN252 or (AFIN250 and (AFIN270 or STAT272))) AFIN52 Applied Portfolio Management S2 Day 6cp at 200 level including (AFIN252 or ((ACST201 or ACST202) and AFIN250)) Session LAWS55 Remedies or or LAWS555 ± Remedies, Reparations and Resolution in Law S1 Day, S1 External TBD LEGEND: S1: Session 1; first half year S2: Session 2; second half year S: Session ; December to February CP: Credit Point C: Capstone Unit P: PACE Unit

8 Session LAWS or LAWZ elective at 200 level or above (P) * Subject to change ± Students graduating with honours in law must complete LAWS555. They must also complete a further 21 credit points from 500-level units with a LAWS or LAWZ prefix. (These may include a 500-level PACE unit.) General requirements Minimum number of credit points for the degree 126 Minimum number of credit points at 200 level or above 90 Minimum number of credit points at 00 level or above 42 Minimum number of credit points designated as commerce 42 Minimum number of credit points from units with a LAW or LAWS or LAWZ prefix 72 Completion of a designated People unit Completion of a designated Planet unit Completion of a designated PACE unit with a LAWS or LAWZ prefix Completion of other specific minimum requirements as set in the above table People and Planet units A Program of Study must include: (i) One unit taken from the Schedule of People Units and one unit taken from the Schedule of Planet units, and (ii) Those units must be taken in two different Faculties. The full list of People and Planet units can be found in the Course Handbook: handbook.mq.edu.au/ WARNING! Units that may not be credited to satisfy the People and Planet unit requirements are: (i) Units that are listed as part of the specific minimum requirements or foundation units for that award (ii) Units listed as part of the student s qualifying major for the award (if applicable) Mathematics requirements This degree requires assumed knowledge in HSC Mathematics, or international equivalent. It is recommended students have advanced knowledge of HSC Mathematics Extension 1, or international equivalent. Introductory units and bridging courses are available for students without the assumed and/or recommended prior knowledge. English requirements All applicants for undergraduate or postgraduate coursework studies at Macquarie University are required to provide evidence of proficiency in English. For more information see English Language Requirements. Find out more Disclaimer: This information is intended as a guide only and does not replace the Macquarie University Handbook of Undergraduate Studies or the University Timetable. For full degree requirements you should refer to the Macquarie University Handbook at: handbook.mq.edu.au Students are subject to the rules of the degree for the year that they enrol. This publication is correct at time of printing (November 2014). Macquarie University reserves the right to change program details at any time and change its fees without notice. Faculty of Arts Arts Student Centre W6A Level 1 Macquarie University North Ryde New South Wales 2109 T: (02) E: ask.mq.edu.au Faculty of Business and Economics E4B 106 Macquarie University North Ryde New South Wales 2109 T: (02) E: ask.mq.edu.au mq.edu.au CRICOS Provider 00002J LEGEND: S1: Session 1; first half year S2: Session 2; second half year S: Session ; December to February CP: Credit Point C: Capstone Unit P: PACE Unit

9 Macquarie Department Law of School Environment and Geography Bachelor of Psychology of Health (Honours) with Bachelor of Laws General requirements Minimum of 144 credit points required for the degree, including: 120 credit points at 200 level or above; 72 credit points from units with a LAW, LAWS or LAWZ prefix; completion of a designated Planet unit; 84 credit points at 00 level or above; completion of a designated People unit; completion of a designated PACE unit with a LAWS or LAWZ prefix. Suggested program of study for students commencing in Session 1 LAW115 Foundations of Law LAW109 Criminal Justice PSYC104 Introduction to Psychology I LAWS104 Contracts People unit LAWS108 Law, Lawyers and Society Planet unit PSYC105 Introduction to Psychology II LAWS216 Property Law LAW20 Torts LAWS256 Business Organisations LAW214 Jurisprudence LAWS259 International Law LAWS217 Equity and Trusts PSY24 Social and Personality Psychology PSY25 Developmental Psychology LAWS14 Constitutional Law LAWS15 Administrative Law PSY246 Cognitive Processes I PSY26 Biopsychology and Learning PSY247 Perception I PSY248 Design and Statistics II PSYC2 Principles of Psychological Assessment PSY51 Research Methods in Psychology PSY49 Design and Statistics III PSY99 Psychology Science: Putting Theory into Practice 00-level PSY elective 00-level PSY elective PSY418 Advanced Research Design and Statistics PSY471 Advanced Ethics and Assessment in Psychology PSY490 or PSY level PSY elective 400-level PSY elective Year 6 Reparations and Resolution in Law 1 LAWS or LAWZ PACE Unit 1 Students graduating with Honours must complete LAWS555. They must also complete a further 21 credit points from 500-level units with a LAWS or LAWZ prefix. (These may include one or more 500-level PACE units.)

10 Suggested program of study for students commencing in Session 2 LAW115 Foundations of Law People unit Planet unit PSYC105 Introduction to Psychology II LAW109 Criminal Justice LAW20 Torts LAWS104 Contracts LAW214 Jurisprudence LAWS108 Law, Lawyers and Society LAWS259 International Law PSYC104 Introduction to Psychology I PSY25 Developmental Psychology LAWS216 Property Law LAWS217 Equity and Trusts LAWS256 Business Organisations LAWS15 Administrative Law LAWS14 Constitutional Law PSY25 Developmental Psychology PSY24 Social and Personality Psychology PSY26 Biopsychology and Learning PSY246 Cognitive Processes I PSY248 Design and Statistics II PSY247 Perception I PSY99 Psychology Science: Putting Theory into Practice 00-level PSY elective 00-level PSY elective PSYC2 Principles of Psychological Assessment PSY51 Research Methods in Psychology PSY49 Design and Statistics III Year 6 PSY418 Advanced Research Design and Statistics PSY471 Advanced Ethics and Assessment in Psychology PSY490 or PSY level PSY elective 400-level PSY elective Year 7 Reparations and Resolution in Law 2 Please note: This information is intended as a guide only and does not replace the Macquarie University Handbook of Undergraduate Studies. For full degree requirements you should refer to the Macquarie University Handbook at: handbook.mq.edu.au Offerings of units may change from year to year. law.mq.edu.au Find out more Academic and administrative enquiries T: (02) Web enquiries: ask.mq.edu.au Disclaimer: This publication is correct at time of creation: November Macquarie University reserves the right to change program details at any time and change its fees without notice. 2 Students graduating with Honours must complete LAWS555. They must also complete a further 21 credit points from 500-level units with a LAWS or LAWZ prefix. (These may include a 500-level PACE unit.)

11 Macquarie Department Law of School Environment and Geography Bachelor of of Arts Health Psychology with Bachelor of Laws General requirements Minimum of 120 credit points required for the degree, including: 90 credit points at 200 level or above; 54 credit points at 00 level or above; 72 credit points from units with a LAW, LAWS or LAWZ prefix; completion of a designated People unit; completion of a designated Planet unit; and completion of a designated PACE unit with a LAWS or LAWZ prefix. Suggested program of study for students commencing in Session 1 LAW115 Foundations of Law LAW109 Criminal Justice PSYC104 Introduction to Psychology I LAWS104 Contracts People unit LAWS108 Law, Lawyers and Society Planet unit PSYC105 Introduction to Psychology II LAWS216 Property Law LAW20 Torts LAWS256 Business Organisations LAW214 Jurisprudence LAWS259 International Law LAWS217 Equity and Trusts PSY24 Social and Personality Psychology PSY25 Developmental Psychology LAWS14 Constitutional Law LAWS15 Administrative Law PSY246 Cognitive Processes I PSY26 Biopsychology and Learning PSY247 Perception I PSY248 Design and Statistics II PSYC2 Principles of Psychological Assessment PSY99 Psychology Science: Putting Theory into Practice 00-level PSY elective 00-level PSY elective Reparations and Resolution in Law 1 LAWS or LAWZ PACE Unit 1 Students graduating with Honours must complete LAWS555. They must also complete a further 21 credit points from 500-level units with a LAWS or LAWZ prefix. (These may include one or more 500-level PACE units.)

12 Suggested program of study for students commencing in Session 2 LAW115 Foundations of Law PSYC104 Introduction to Psychology II People unit Planet unit LAW109 Criminal Justice LAW20 Torts LAWS104 Contracts LAW214 Jurisprudence LAWS108 Law, Lawyers and Society LAWS259 International Law PSYC104 Introduction to Psychology I PSY25 Developmental Psychology LAWS216 Property Law LAWS217 Equity and Trusts LAWS256 Business Organisations LAWS15 Administrative Law LAWS14 Constitutional Law PSY26 Biopsychology and Learning PSY24 Social and Personality Psychology PSY248 Design and Statistics II PSY246 Cognitive Processes I PSY99 Psychology Science: Putting Theory into Practice PSY247 Perception I 00-level PSY elective PSYC2 Principles of Psychological Assessment LAWS or LAWZ PACE Unit 00-level PSY elective Year 6 Reparations and Resolution in Law 2 Please note: This information is intended as a guide only and does not replace the Macquarie University Handbook of Undergraduate Studies. For full degree requirements you should refer to the Macquarie University Handbook at: handbook.mq.edu.au Offerings of units may change from year to year. law.mq.edu.au Find out more Academic and administrative enquiries T: (02) Web enquiries: ask.mq.edu.au Disclaimer: This publication is correct at time of creation: November Macquarie University reserves the right to change program details at any time and change its fees without notice. 2 Students graduating with Honours must complete LAWS555. They must also complete a further 21 credit points from 500-level units with a LAWS or LAWZ prefix. (These may include a 500-level PACE unit.)

13 Bachelor of Business Administration with Bachelor of Laws (BALA01) COURSES.MQ.EDU.AU Suggested Program of Study Session Required UNIT CODE UNIT NAME LAW115 Foundations of Law ACCG106 Accounting Information for Decision-Making BBA102 Principles of Management ISYS104 Introduction to Business Information Systems CP AVAILABLE 2015* S2 Day, S2 Evening S2 Day, S2 Evening, S Day S1 Day, S Day PREREQUISITES (Admission to LLB or BAppFinLLB or BALLB or BA-MediaLLB or BA-PsychLLB or BBALLB or BComLLB or BCom-ProfAccgLLB or BEnvLLB or BITLLB or BIntStudLLB or BPsych(Hons)LLB or BScLLB or BSocScLLB) or (admission to the pre-law pathway) Session Required LAW109 Criminal Justice LAWS104 Contracts LAWS108 Law, Lawyers and Society ACST101 Techniques and Elements of Finance S2 Day LAW115 and ((admission to LLB or BAppFinLLB or BALLB or BA- MediaLLB or BA-PsychLLB or BBALLB or BComLLB or BCom- ProfAccgLLB or BEnvLLB or BITLLB or BIntStudLLB or BPsych(Hons)LLB or BScLLB or BSocScLLB) or (admission to the pre-law pathway)) As above As above Session LAWS216 Property Law S1 Day, S1 External 18cp including LAWS104 and ((admission to LLB or BAppFinLLB or BALLB or BA-MediaLLB or BA-PsychLLB or BBALLB or BComLLB or BCom-ProfAccgLLB or BEnvLLB or BITLLB or BIntStudLLB or BPsych(Hons)LLB or BScLLB or BSocScLLB) Required LAWS256 Business Organisations S1 Day, S1 External As above LAWS259 International Law ECON111 Microeconomic Principles S1 Day, S2 Day, S Day, S2 Evening 18cp including LEX101 or LAW115 Session LAWS20 Torts Required LAWS214 Jurisprudence LAW109 and (LAW204 or LAWS104) and (admission to LLB or BAppFinLLB or BALLB or BA-MediaLLB or BA-PsychLLB or BBALLB or BComLLB or BCom-ProfAccgLLB or BEnvLLB or BITLLB or BIntStudLLB or BPsych(Hons)LLB or BScLLB or BSocScLLB) 6cp in LAW or LAWS units including LAW115 and (admission to LLB or BAppFinLLB or BALLB or BA-MediaLLB or BA-PsychLLB or BBALLB or BComLLB or BCom-ProfAccgLLB or BEnvLLB or BITLLB or BIntStudLLB or BPsych(Hons)LLB or BScLLB or BSocScLLB) LAWS217 Equity and Trusts LAWS216 HRM107 Introduction to Human Resources S2 Day, S2 Evening, S Day LEGEND: S1: Session 1; first half year S2: Session 2; second half year S: Session ; December to February CP: Credit Point C: Capstone Unit P: PACE Unit

14 Session Required LAWS14 Constitutional Law S1 Day, S1 External 6cp in LAW or LAWS units at 200 level including (LAW214 or LAWS214) LAWS98 Civil and Criminal Procedure S1 Day, S1 External 9cp including (LAW20 or LAWS20) MKTG101 Marketing Fundamentals ACCG200 Fundamentals of Management Accounting S2 Day, S Day S2 Day, S2 Evening, S Day ACCG101 or ACCG105 or ACCG106 Session LAWS15 Administrative Law LAW14 or LAWS14 Required LAWS99 Evidence LAWS98 BUS201 Introduction to Global Business S1 Day, S2 Day BBA102 or admission to BeBus People/Planet unit Session MKTG216 Consumer Demographics S1 Day 24cp Required BBA15 Business Forecasting S1 Day 9cp including (STAT170 or STAT171 or MKTG216) BBA50 Strategic Management S1 Day, S2 Day (Admission to BBA and MKTG101 and 6cp at 200 level including (ACCG200 or ACCG25 or AFIN25)) or (BBA220 and FOBE202) Session Required BBA60 (C/P) Business Project S1 Day, S2 Evening MGMT00 The Art of Negotiation S2 Day People/Planet unit Admission to BBA and (BBA10 or ECON110 or ECON111) and (BBA250 or HRM107) and BBA102 and (BBA216 or BUS201) and BBA50 and BUSL250 9cp including (6cp in BUS or HRM or MGMT or MKTG units at 200 level) Session LAWS55 or LAWS555 ± Remedies or Remedies, Reparations and Resolution in Law S1 Day, S1 External TBD Required Session LAWS or LAWZ elective at 200 level or above (P) Required * Subject to change ± Students graduating with honours in law must complete LAWS555. They must also complete a further 21 credit points from 500-level units with a LAWS or LAWZ prefix. (These may include a 500-level PACE unit.) LEGEND: S1: Session 1; first half year S2: Session 2; second half year S: Session ; December to February CP: Credit Point C: Capstone Unit P: PACE Unit

15 General requirements Minimum number of credit points for the degree 120 Minimum number of credit points at 200 level or above 81 Minimum number of credit points designated as commerce 42 Minimum number of credit points from units with a LAW or LAWS or LAWZ prefix 72 Completion of a designated People unit Completion of a designated Planet unit Completion of a designated PACE unit with a LAWS or LAWZ prefix Completion of other specific minimum requirements as set in the above table People and Planet units A Program of Study must include: (i) One unit taken from the Schedule of People Units and one unit taken from the Schedule of Planet units, and (ii) Those units must be taken in two different Faculties. The full list of People and Planet units can be found in the Course Handbook: handbook.mq.edu.au/ WARNING! Units that may not be credited to satisfy the People and Planet unit requirements are: (i) Units that are listed as part of the specific minimum requirements or foundation units for that award (ii) Units listed as part of the student s qualifying major for the award (if applicable) Mathematics requirements This degree requires assumed knowledge in HSC Mathematics, or international equivalent. It is recommended students have advanced knowledge of HSC Mathematics, or international equivalent. Introductory units and bridging courses are available for students without the assumed and/or recommended prior knowledge. Students without prerequisite knowledge of HSC Mathematics should study ECON11 or MATH12 as electives in Session 1. Studying either unit will satisfy the Planet unit requirement. English requirements All applicants for undergraduate or postgraduate coursework studies at Macquarie University are required to provide evidence of proficiency in English. For more information see English Language Requirements. Find out more Faculty of Arts Faculty of Business and Disclaimer: This information is intended as a guide only and does not replace the Macquarie University Handbook of Undergraduate Studies. For full degree requirements you should refer to the Macquarie University Handbook at: handbook.mq.edu.au This publication is correct at time of printing. Macquarie University reserves the right to change program details at any time and change its fees without notice. Arts Student Centre W6A Level 1 Macquarie University North Ryde New South Wales 2109 T: (02) E: ask.mq.edu.au Economics E4B 106 Macquarie University North Ryde New South Wales 2109 T: (02) E: ask.mq.edu.au mq.edu.au CRICOS Provider 00002J LEGEND: S1: Session 1; first half year S2: Session 2; second half year S: Session ; December to February CP: Credit Point C: Capstone Unit P: PACE Unit

16 Bachelor of Commerce (major in Accounting) with Bachelor of Laws (CMLA01) COURSES.MQ.EDU.AU Suggested Program of Study 2015 UNIT CODE Session UNIT NAME LAW115 Foundations of Law ACCG100 Accounting IA BBA102 Principles of Management STAT150 Quantitative Business Decisions CP AVAILABLE 2015* S2 Day, S2 Evening S2 Day, S2 Evening, S Day S2 Day, S2 Evening, S Day PREREQUISITES (All unit prerequisites require a Pass grade or above) (Admission to LLB or BAppFinLLB or BALLB or BA-MediaLLB or BA-PsychLLB or BBALLB or BComLLB or BCom-ProfAccgLLB or BEnvLLB or BITLLB or BIntStudLLB or BPsych(Hons)LLB or BScLLB or BSocScLLB) or (admission to the pre-law pathway) (Admission to BAppFin or BCom or BCom-Accg or BCom-ProfAccg or BComBA- Psych) or (12cp and GPA of 2.0 (out of 4.0)) Session LAW109 Criminal Justice LAWS104 Contracts LAWS108 Law, Lawyers and Society ACCG101 Accounting IB S2 Day, S2 Evening, S Day LAW115 and ((admission to LLB or BAppFinLLB or BALLB or BA-MediaLLB or BA- PsychLLB or BBALLB or BComLLB or BCom-ProfAccgLLB or BEnvLLB or BITLLB or BIntStudLLB or BPsych(Hons)LLB or BScLLB or BSocScLLB) or (admission to the pre-law pathway)) As above As above ACCG100 or ACCG105 Session LAWS216 Property Law S1 Day, S1 External 18cp including LAWS104 and ((admission to LLB or BAppFinLLB or BALLB or BA- MediaLLB or BA-PsychLLB or BBALLB or BComLLB or BCom-ProfAccgLLB or BEnvLLB or BITLLB or BIntStudLLB or BPsych(Hons)LLB or BScLLB or BSocScLLB) LAWS256 Business Organisations S1 Day, S1 External As above LAWS259 International Law ACST101 Techniques and Elements of Finance S2 Day 18cp including LEX101 or LAW115 TIP: If you are having difficulties with this unit, PAL classes can help. Refer to _ for more information. Session ECON111 Microeconomic Principles S1 Day, S2 Day, S2 Evening, S Day LAWS20 Torts LAWS214 Jurisprudence LAW109 and (LAW204 or LAWS104) and (admission to LLB or BAppFinLLB or BALLB or BA-MediaLLB or BA-PsychLLB or BBALLB or BComLLB or BCom- ProfAccgLLB or BEnvLLB or BITLLB or BIntStudLLB or BPsych(Hons)LLB or BScLLB or BSocScLLB) 6cp in LAW or LAWS units including LAW115 and (admission to LLB or BAppFinLLB or BALLB or BA-MediaLLB or BA-PsychLLB or BBALLB or BComLLB or BCom-ProfAccgLLB or BEnvLLB or BITLLB or BIntStudLLB or BPsych(Hons)LLB or BScLLB or BSocScLLB) LAWS217 Equity and Trusts LAWS216 LEGEND: S1: Session 1; first half year S2: Session 2; second half year S: Session ; December to February CP: Credit Point C: Capstone Unit P: PACE Unit

17 Session MKTG101 Marketing Fundamentals ACCG224 Intermediate Financial Accounting S2 Day, S Day S2 Day, S2 Evening ACCG101 LAWS14 Constitutional Law S1 Day, S1 External 6cp in LAW or LAWS units at 200 level including (LAW214 or LAWS214) LAWS98 Civil and Criminal Procedure S1 Day, S1 External 9cp including (LAW20 or LAWS20) Session ACCG200 Fundamentals of Management Accounting S2 Day, S2 Evening, S Day ACCG101 or ACCG105 or ACCG106 LAWS15 Administrative Law LAW14 or LAWS14 LAWS99 Evidence LAWS98 People/Planet unit Session ACCG15 (P) Accountants in the Profession Required ACCG 00 level unit listed in the Accounting major People/Planet unit S2 Day, S2 Evening ACCG200 and ACCG224 TIP: You can choose one of ACCG01, ACCG08, ACCG26 or ACCG0. Refer to the Handbook for more unit information. Session ACCG99 (C) Accounting in Context Required ACCG 00 level unit listed in the Accounting major 100 level or above S2 Day, S2 Evening 42cp including ACCG15 TIP: You can choose one of ACCG01, ACCG08, ACCG26 or ACCG0. Refer to the Handbook for more unit information. Session LAWS55 Remedies or or LAWS555 ± Remedies, Reparations and Resolution in Law S1 Day, S1 External TBD LAWS or LAWZ elective at 00 level or above LAWS or LAWZ elective at 00 level or above Session LAWS or LAWZ elective at 200 level or above (P) LAWS or LAWZ elective at 00 level or above LAWS or LAWZ elective at 00 level or above LAWS or LAWZ elective at 00 level or above * Subject to change ± Students graduating with honours in law must complete LAWS555. They must also complete a further 21 credit points from 500-level units with a LAWS or LAWZ prefix. (These may include a 500-level PACE unit.)

18 General requirements Minimum number of credit points for the degree 120 Minimum number of credit points at 200 level or above 78 Minimum number of credit points at 00 level or above 42 Minimum number of credit points designated as commerce 42 Minimum number of credit points from units with a LAW or LAWS or LAWZ prefix 72 Completion of a designated People unit Completion of a designated Planet unit Completion of a designated PACE unit with a LAWS or LAWZ prefix Completion of other specific minimum requirements as set in the above table People and Planet units A Program of Study must include: (i) One unit taken from the Schedule of People Units and one unit taken from the Schedule of Planet units, and (ii) Those units must be taken in two different Faculties. The full list of People and Planet units can be found in the Course Handbook: handbook.mq.edu.au/ WARNING! Units that may not be credited to satisfy the People and Planet unit requirements are: (i) Units that are listed as part of the specific minimum requirements or foundation units for that award (ii) Units listed as part of the student s qualifying major for the award (if applicable) Mathematics requirements This degree requires assumed knowledge in HSC Mathematics, or international equivalent. It is recommended students have advanced knowledge of HSC Mathematics Extension 1, or international equivalent. Introductory units and bridging courses are available for students without the assumed and/or recommended prior knowledge. English requirements All applicants for undergraduate or postgraduate coursework studies at Macquarie University are required to provide evidence of proficiency in English. For more information see English Language Requirements. Find out more Disclaimer: This information is intended as a guide only and does not replace the Macquarie University Handbook of Undergraduate Studies or the University Timetable. For full degree requirements you should refer to the Macquarie University Handbook at: handbook.mq.edu.au Students are subject to the rules of the degree for the year that they enrol. This publication is correct at time of printing (December 2014). Macquarie University reserves the right to change program details at any time and change its fees without notice. Faculty of Arts Arts Student Centre W6A Level 1 Macquarie University North Ryde New South Wales 2109 T: (02) E: ask.mq.edu.au Faculty of Business and Economics E4B 106 Macquarie University North Ryde New South Wales 2109 T: (02) E: ask.mq.edu.au mq.edu.au CRICOS Provider 00002J

19 Bachelor of Commerce Professional Accounting with Bachelor of Laws (CMPL01) COURSES.MQ.EDU.AU Suggested Program of Study 2015 UNIT CODE Session UNIT NAME LAW115 Foundations of Law ACCG100 Accounting IA ECON111 Microeconomic Principles People/Planet unit CP AVAILABLE 2015* S2 Day, S2 Evening S1 Day, S2 Day, S2 Evening, S Day PREREQUISITES (All unit prerequisites require a Pass grade or above) (Admission to LLB or BAppFinLLB or BALLB or BA-MediaLLB or BA-PsychLLB or BBALLB or BComLLB or BCom-ProfAccgLLB or BEnvLLB or BITLLB or BIntStudLLB or BPsych(Hons)LLB or BScLLB or BSocScLLB) or (admission to the pre-law pathway) (Admission to BAppFin or BCom or BCom-Accg or BCom-ProfAccg or BComBA- Psych) or (12cp and GPA of 2.0 (out of 4.0)) Session LAW109 Criminal Justice LAWS104 Contracts LAWS108 Law, Lawyers and Society ACCG101 Accounting IB S2 Day, S2 Evening, S Day LAW115 and ((admission to LLB or BAppFinLLB or BALLB or BA-MediaLLB or BA- PsychLLB or BBALLB or BComLLB or BCom-ProfAccgLLB or BEnvLLB or BITLLB or BIntStudLLB or BPsych(Hons)LLB or BScLLB or BSocScLLB) or (admission to the pre-law pathway)) As above As above ACCG100 or ACCG105 Session 2015 (December to February) MKTG101 Marketing Fundamentals S2 Day, S Day Session LAWS216 Property Law S1 Day, S1 External 18cp including LAWS104 and ((admission to LLB or BAppFinLLB or BALLB or BA- MediaLLB or BA-PsychLLB or BBALLB or BComLLB or BCom-ProfAccgLLB or BEnvLLB or BITLLB or BIntStudLLB or BPsych(Hons)LLB or BScLLB or BSocScLLB) LAWS256 Business Organisations S1 Day, S1 External As above LAWS259 International Law ACST101 Techniques and Elements of Finance S2 Day 18cp including LEX101 or LAW115 TIP: If students have not done HSC Mathematics, it is recommended they study ECON11/MATH12 as an elective (both count as Planet units) before ACST101. Session LAWS20 Torts LAWS214 Jurisprudence LAW109 and (LAW204 or LAWS104) and (admission to LLB or BAppFinLLB or BALLB or BA-MediaLLB or BA-PsychLLB or BBALLB or BComLLB or BCom- ProfAccgLLB or BEnvLLB or BITLLB or BIntStudLLB or BPsych(Hons)LLB or BScLLB or BSocScLLB) 6cp in LAW or LAWS units including LAW115 and (admission to LLB or BAppFinLLB or BALLB or BA-MediaLLB or BA-PsychLLB or BBALLB or BComLLB or BCom-ProfAccgLLB or BEnvLLB or BITLLB or BIntStudLLB or BPsych(Hons)LLB or BScLLB or BSocScLLB) LEGEND: S1: Session 1; first half year S2: Session 2; second half year S: Session ; December to February CP: Credit Point C: Capstone Unit P: PACE Unit

20 LAWS217 Equity and Trusts LAWS216 STAT170 Introductory Statistics S1 External, S2 Day, S2 Evening Session 2016 (December to February) People/Planet unit Session LAWS14 Constitutional Law S1 Day, S1 External 6cp in LAW or LAWS units at 200 level including (LAW214 or LAWS214) LAWS98 Civil and Criminal Procedure S1 Day, S1 External 9cp including (LAW20 or LAWS20) BBA102 Principles of Management ACCG224 Intermediate Financial Accounting S2 Day, S2 Evening, S Day S2 Day, S2 Evening ACCG101 Session LAWS15 Administrative Law LAW14 or LAWS14 LAWS99 Evidence LAWS98 ACCG200 Fundamentals of Management Accounting S2 Day, S2 Evening, S Day ACCG101 or ACCG105 or ACCG106 ACCG250 Accounting Systems Design and Development S2 Day, S2 Evening 18cp including (ACCG100 or ACCG106) Session AFIN25 Financial Management ACCG08 Corporate Accounting and Reporting ACCG15 (P) Accountants in the Profession S2 Day, S2 Evening S2 Day, S2 Evening S2 Day, S2 Evening (ACCG100 or ACCG105 or ACCG106) and (ECON111 or BBA10) and (STAT170 or STAT171 or PSY122) and ACST101 and (24cp or GPA of 2.0) 9cp including ACCG224 ACCG200 and ACCG224 Session ACCG99 (C) Accounting in Context ACCG01 Organisational Planning and Control ACCG40 Auditing and Assurance Services S2 Day, S2 Evening S2 Day, S2 Evening S2 Day, S2 Evening, S Day 42cp including ACCG15 9cp including ACCG200 9cp including [(ACCG08 or ACCG10) and (ACCG250 or ACCG251)] Session LAWS55 Remedies or or LAWS555 ± Remedies, Reparations and Resolution in Law S1 Day, S1 External TBD LEGEND: S1: Session 1; first half year S2: Session 2; second half year S: Session ; December to February CP: Credit Point C: Capstone Unit P: PACE Unit

21 Session LAWS or LAWZ elective at 200 level or above (P) * Subject to change ± Students graduating with honours in law must complete LAWS555. They must also complete a further 21 credit points from 500-level units with a LAWS or LAWZ prefix. (These may include a 500-level PACE unit.) General requirements Minimum number of credit points for the degree 126 Minimum number of credit points at 200 level or above 87 Minimum number of credit points designated as commerce 42 Minimum number of credit points from units with a LAW or LAWS or LAWZ prefix 72 Completion of a designated People unit Completion of a designated Planet unit Completion of a designated PACE unit with a LAWS or LAWZ prefix Completion of other specific minimum requirements as set in the above table People and Planet units A Program of Study must include: (i) One unit taken from the Schedule of People Units and one unit taken from the Schedule of Planet units, and (ii) Those units must be taken in two different Faculties. The full list of People and Planet units can be found in the Course Handbook: handbook.mq.edu.au/ WARNING! Units that may not be credited to satisfy the People and Planet unit requirements are: (i) Units that are listed as part of the specific minimum requirements or foundation units for that award (ii) Units listed as part of the student s qualifying major for the award (if applicable) Mathematics requirements This degree requires assumed knowledge in HSC General Mathematics, or international equivalent. Introductory units and bridging courses are available for students without the assumed and/or recommended prior knowledge. English requirements All applicants for undergraduate or postgraduate coursework studies at Macquarie University are required to provide evidence of proficiency in English. For more information see English Language Requirements. Find out more Disclaimer: This information is intended as a guide only and does not replace the Macquarie University Handbook of Undergraduate Studies or the University Timetable. For full degree requirements you should refer to the Macquarie University Handbook at: handbook.mq.edu.au Students are subject to the rules of the degree for the year that they enrol. This publication is correct at time of printing (November 2014). Macquarie University reserves the right to change program details at any time and change its fees without notice. Faculty of Arts Arts Student Centre W6A Level 1 Macquarie University North Ryde New South Wales 2109 T: (02) E: ask.mq.edu.au Faculty of Business and Economics E4B 106 Macquarie University North Ryde New South Wales 2109 T: (02) E: ask.mq.edu.au mq.edu.au CRICOS Provider 00002J LEGEND: S1: Session 1; first half year S2: Session 2; second half year S: Session ; December to February CP: Credit Point C: Capstone Unit P: PACE Unit

22 Macquarie Department Law of School Environment and Geography Bachelor of Environment Health with Bachelor of Laws General requirements Minimum of 120 credit points required for the degree, including: 54 credit points at 00 level or above; 72 credit points from units with a LAW, LAWS or LAWZ prefix; 42 credit points from units with a non LAW, LAWS or LAWZ prefix; completion of a qualifying major for the Bachelor of Environment; completion of a designated People unit; completion of a designated Planet unit; and completion of a designated PACE unit with a LAWS or LAWZ prefix. Suggested program of study for students commencing in Session 1 LAW115 Foundations of Law LAW109 Criminal Justice STAT170 Introductory Statistics LAWS104 Contracts 100-level unit from qualifying major LAWS108 Law, Lawyers and Society 100-level unit from qualifying major ENV118 Environmental Management for a Changing World LAWS216 Property Law LAW20 Torts LAWS256 Business Organisations LAW214 Jurisprudence LAWS259 International Law LAWS217 Equity and Trusts 200-level unit from qualifying major 200-level unit from qualifying major LAWS14 Constitutional Law LAWS15 Administrative Law ENV264 Introduction to Geographic Information Science ENV267 Australian Environmental Futures 00-level unit from qualifying major 00-level unit from qualifying major 00-level unit from qualifying major 00-level unit from qualifying major ENV00 Environmental Decision Making ENV01 Environmental Management Project Reparations and Resolution in Law 1 LAWS or LAWZ PACE Unit People or Planet unit People or Planet unit 1 Students graduating with Honours must complete LAWS555. They must also complete a further 21 credit points from 500-level units with a LAWS or LAWZ prefix. (These may include one or more 500-level PACE units.)

23 Suggested program of study for students commencing in Session 2 LAW115 Foundations of Law ENV118 Environmental Management for a Changing World STAT170 Introductory Statistics 100-level unit from qualifying major LAW109 Criminal Justice LAW20 Torts LAWS104 Contracts LAW214 Jurisprudence LAWS108 Law, Lawyers and Society LAWS259 International Law 100-level unit from qualifying major 200-level unit from qualifying major LAWS216 Property Law LAWS217 Equity and Trusts LAWS256 Business Organisations LAWS15 Administrative Law LAWS14 Constitutional Law ENV267 Australian Environmental Futures 200-level unit from qualifying major 00-level unit from qualifying major ENV264 Introduction to Geographic Information Science People or Planet unit 00-level unit from qualifying major 00-level unit from qualifying major 00-level unit from qualifying major ENV00 Environmental Decision Making ENV01 Environmental Management Project LAWS or LAWZ PACE Unit Year 6 Reparations and Resolution in Law 2 People or Planet unit Please note: This information is intended as a guide only and does not replace the Macquarie University Handbook of Undergraduate Studies. For full degree requirements you should refer to the Macquarie University Handbook at: handbook.mq.edu.au Offerings of units may change from year to year. law.mq.edu.au Find out more Academic and administrative enquiries T: (02) Web enquiries: ask.mq.edu.au Disclaimer: This publication is correct at time of creation: November Macquarie University reserves the right to change program details at any time and change its fees without notice. 2 Students graduating with Honours must complete LAWS555. They must also complete a further 21 credit points from 500-level units with a LAWS or LAWZ prefix. (These may include a 500-level PACE unit.)

24 Macquarie Department Law of School Environment and Geography Bachelor of of International Health Studies with Bachelor of Laws General requirements Minimum of 120 credit points required for the degree, including: 72 credit points at 200 level or above; 45 credit points at 00 level or above; 72 credit points from units with a LAW, LAWS, LAWZ or EXLW prefix; completion of a designated People unit; completion of a designated Planet unit; and completion of a designated PACE unit with a LAWS or LAWZ prefix. Suggested program of study for students commencing in Session 1 LAW115 Foundations of Law LAW109 Criminal Justice ASN101 Asia in a Global Context LAWS104 Contracts INTS100 Cross-cultural Communication EUL101 Societies of Europe Language unit ( cps of 18 cps) Language unit ( cps of 18 cps) LAWS108 Law, Lawyers and Society LAW214 Jurisprudence LAWS256 Business Organisations LAWS259 International Law 100-level International Studies unit Language unit ( cps of 18 cps) Language unit ( cps of 18 cps) People or Planet unit LAWS216 Property Law LAW20 Torts LAWS14 Constitutional Law LAWS217 Equity and Trusts INTS202 Citizenship: Past, Present, Global LAWS15 Administrative Law Language unit ( cps of 18 cps) Language unit ( cps of 18 cps) LAWS99 Evidence EXLW20 Exchange Law Study Abroad Program (9 cps) INTS04 Global Issues 200 or 00-level International Studies Unit LAWS558 Comparative Law People or Planet unit LAWS98 Civil and Criminal Procedure LAWS or LAWZ PACE Unit Reparations and Resolution in Law 1 1 Students graduating with Honours must complete LAWS555. They must also complete a further 21 credit points from 500-level units with a LAWS or LAWZ prefix. (These may include one or more 500-level PACE units.)

25 Suggested program of study for students commencing in Session 2 LAW115 Foundations of Law EUL101 Societies of Europe 100-level International Studies unit Language unit ( cps of 18 cps) LAW109 Criminal Justice LAWS104 Contracts ASN101 Asia in a Global Context LAWS108 Law, Lawyers and Society INTS100 Cross-cultural Communication People or Planet unit Language unit ( cps of 18 cps) Language unit ( cps of 18 cps) LAWS216 Property Law LAW20 Torts LAWS256 Business Organisations LAW214 Jurisprudence LAWS259 International Law LAWS217 Equity and Trusts Language unit ( cps of 18 cps) Language unit ( cps of 18 cps) LAWS14 Constitutional Law LAWS15 Administrative Law INTS202 Citizenship: Past, Present, Global 200 or 00-level International Studies Unit Language unit ( cps of 18 cps) People or Planet unit LAWS or LAWZ PACE Unit EXLW20 Exchange Law Study Abroad Program (9 cps) INTS04 Global Issues LAWS558 Comparative Law Year 6 Reparations and Resolution in Law 2 Please note: This information is intended as a guide only and does not replace the Macquarie University Handbook of Undergraduate Studies. For full degree requirements you should refer to the Macquarie University Handbook at: handbook.mq.edu.au Offerings of units may change from year to year. law.mq.edu.au Find out more Academic and administrative enquiries T: (02) Web enquiries: ask.mq.edu.au Disclaimer: This publication is correct at time of creation: November Macquarie University reserves the right to change program details at any time and change its fees without notice. 2 Students graduating with Honours must complete LAWS555. They must also complete a further 21 credit points from 500-level units with a LAWS or LAWZ prefix. (These may include a 500-level PACE unit.)

26 Macquarie Department Law of School Environment and Geography Bachelor of Information of Health Technology with Bachelor of Laws General requirements Minimum of 120 credit points required for the degree, including: 96 credit points at 200 level or above; 24 credit points at 00 level or above; 42 credit points designated as information technology; 72 credit points from units with a LAW, LAWS or LAWZ prefix; completion of a qualifying major for the Bachelor of Information Technology; completion of a designated People unit and a designated Planet unit; and completion of a designated PACE unit with a LAWS or LAWZ prefix. Suggested program of study for students commencing in Session 1 LAW115 Foundations of Law LAW109 Criminal Justice COMP115 Introduction to Computer Science LAWS104 Contracts 100-level unit from qualifying major LAWS108 Law, Lawyers and Society 100-level unit from qualifying major ISYS114 Introduction to Database Design and Management LAWS216 Property Law LAW20 Torts LAWS256 Business Organisations LAW214 Jurisprudence LAWS259 International Law LAWS217 Equity and Trusts 200-level unit from qualifying major 200-level unit from qualifying major LAWS14 Constitutional Law LAWS15 Administrative Law COMP247 Data Communications 00-level unit from qualifying major 00-level unit from qualifying major 00-level unit from qualifying major 00-level unit from qualifying major IT-related elective IT-related elective IT-related elective Reparations and Resolution in Law 1 LAWS or LAWZ PACE Unit People or Planet unit People or Planet unit 1 Students graduating with Honours must complete LAWS555. They must also complete a further 21 credit points from 500-level units with a LAWS or LAWZ prefix. (These may include one or more 500-level PACE units.)

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