Bachelor of Commerce in Law
This programme will provide knowledge and skills in a number of areas traditionally associated with Law that will prepare students to be employable as managers, entrepreneurs and contributors to society and the legal sector.
NQF Level 7
SAQA - 71778
WHY study towards a BCom in LAW Degree?
Bachelor of Commerce in Law is recommended to students that have a dual interest in Law and Business. That way, these students are free to pursue either option once they have their degree. Further study might be necessary depending on which aspects of law you’re drawn to. Develop competent leaders in the law and management ﬁeld with advanced applied fundamental and generic cross-functional technical knowledge and skills
What CAREER PATH's can I choose after completing this QUALIFICATION?
Person responsible for corporate governance at a particular business enterprise
Business strategy planner
Fundamentals of the South African Legal System
Business Management 1
Business Management 201
International Business Law
Demonstrate a well-rounded and systematic knowledge of the structure of the South African legal system and the relationship between the various sub disciplines of law that comprise our legal system.
Engage with legal texts pertaining to legislation, court precedent and academic articles to source, identify and select appropriate and relevant information to support and inform statements, recommendations and decisions related to legal and corporate ﬁnancial position.
Interpret questions of law of an advanced nature, including legal problems encountered in ﬁnancial planning.
Articulate, contextualise and communicate a legal conundrum and its likely solution in a professional and academically appropriate manner.
A National Senior Certiﬁcate with a Bachelor’s Degree endorsement admission or a relevant NQF 4 qualiﬁcation or equivalent.