Bachelor of Creative Industries/Bachelor of Laws (Honours)
Queensland University of Technology

(Tuition fee is not stated)
3-4 years

Course Description

This course allows you to combine your creative interest with your law qualification. Whether you choose to work in the legal fraternity or within the creative industries, you will graduate with a unique set of skills that will enhance your employment options. You will gain key disciplinary knowledge in your chosen creative major, along with skills in creativity and innovation, as well as a law degree. You can choose a creative industries major from one of creative and professional writing; media and communication; drama and performance; entertainment; fashion communication; interactive and visual design; music and sound; and screen content production. Our Bachelor of Laws (Honours) is a higher-level qualification than a bachelor degree, as it has honours-level content integrated throughout the course. The advanced knowledge and skills in this course will benefit your professional career, or future research and study. Our contemporary law degree prepares you to think ahead and allows you to take advantage of employment opportunities in growth areas or newly emerging sectors, such as intellectual property and technology. As a law student, you will benefit immediately and into the future from: a course that has been designed in consultation with industry to have a strong foundation in contemporary law knowledge, understanding and experience meaningful connections with high profile industry employers practical and effective hands-on learning experiences during your studies classes with leading and expert teachers international study and placement opportunities our high quality law library, expert librarians and Law Moot Court facilities the convenience of a city-based campus "For more information, please check out their official website here:

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