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BA/LLB(Hons) History-Single Major (Part-Time)

 Course Level
Bachelors / UG
 Type
Part Time

 Duration
10.583333333333 Years
 Start month
March

 Tuition fee

International
35024 AUD
National
9564 AUD

Application fee

International 100 AUD
National 100 AUD
Department
Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
Scores accepted
IELTS (min)7
TOEFL-IBT (min)87

About this course

This dual degree program allows students to combine studies in law with a wide range of majors in the arts. The Bachelor of Laws (Honours) (LLB(Hons)) degree is like a passport to exceptional success in the employment market: as a barrister or solicitor in private practice, as a prosecutor of crime, as a community lawyer, as a legal officer in the public service, as in-house counsel for a large corporation, or, when combined with another degree in any one of a wide range of positions in areas such as foreign affairs, industrial relations, management, or politics. Students will gain a thorough understanding of the concepts, principles, policies and values of the law both in Australia and other jurisdictions. It will also see students develop outstanding skills in critical analysis, thought and argument, skills which will be valuable in whatever career students eventually choose.BA studies will provide students with highly developed skills in written communication, problem-solving, critical thinking and interpersonal understanding.

History provides an essential framework for all the humanities and social sciences. It is an on-going dialogue between the present and the past: about how the past should be understood and interpreted, and about the meanings we should assign to the past. An informed understanding of the present and our expectations for the future go hand-in-hand with knowledge of history. The study of history further promotes the acquisition of important professional skills such as the ability to initiate an original inquiry, conduct archival research and documentary analysis and interpret evidence. At UQ, topics within this major include: Great Empires, Genocide, Global History, The Foundations of Europe and Islamic Civilisation.

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Eligibility Criteria

English language requirement:

  • At least 7 overall IELTS ; writing 7; speaking 7; reading 6; listening 6. 
  • Study Abroad and Incoming Exchange students are only required to meet the overall score (eg 7 IELTS or 87 TOEFL or 64 PTE( Pearson Test of English )).

Academic Requirement:

 For Australian students:

  • OP/Entry rank:1/99
  • Year 12 or equivalent English.

 For International students:

  • Year 12 or equivalent English.
  • At least 7 overall IELTS; writing 7; speaking 7; reading 6; listening 6. Study Abroad and Incoming Exchange students are only required to meet the overall score (eg 7 IELTS or 87 TOEFL or 64 PTE( Pearson Test of English )).

 

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Course Modules

Bachelor of Laws (Honours) (LLB(Hons)):

      Part A:

  • LAWS1700 Foundations of Law
  • LAWS1701 Law of Contract I: Principles of Contractual Agreement
  • LAWS1702 Law of Contract II: Principles of Contractual Liability
  • LAWS1703 Principles of Public Law
  • LAWS2700 Criminal Law: Principles, Offences and Defences
  • LAWS2701 Criminal Law: Process and Procedure
  • LAWS2702 Law of Torts I
  • LAWS2703 Law of Torts II
  • LAWS2704 Trusts and Equity I
  • LAWS2705 Trusts and Equity II
  • LAWS2706 Foundations of Property Law
  • LAWS2707 Interests in Property
  • LAWS3700 Constitutional Law
  • LAWS3701 Administrative Law
  • LAWS3702 Corporate Law
  • LAWS3703 Ethics and the Legal Profession
  • LAWS3704 Jurisprudence
  • LAWS3705 Public International Law
  • LAWS4700 Law of Evidence
  • LAWS4701 Civil Dispute Resolution

       Part B:

  • LAWS5121 Family Law
  • LAWS5122 Labour Law
  • LAWS5124 Human Rights Law
  • LAWS5125 Unjust Enrichment
  • LAWS5126 Medical Law
  • LAWS5127 Media Law
  • LAWS5130 Succession Law
  • LAWS5131 Planning Law
  • LAWS5134 Environmental Law
  • LAWS5135 Comparative Native Title Law
  • LAWS5136 Commercial Law
  • LAWS5138 Competition Law
  • LAWS5139 Insurance Law
  • LAWS5142 Consumer Law
  • LAWS5144 Introduction to Taxation Law
  • LAWS5151 Law and Technology
  • LAWS5152 Financial Services Regulation
  • LAWS5153 Private International Law
  • LAWS5156 International Humanitarian & Criminal Law
  • LAWS5160 Maritime Law
  • LAWS5162 European Union Law
  • LAWS5163 International Trade Law
  • LAWS5165 Jessup International Law Moot
  • LAWS5167 Asian Legal Systems
  • LAWS5168 Comparative Law
  • LAWS5169 Legal History
  • LAWS5171 Advanced Crime and Criminology
  • LAWS5172 Advanced Jurisprudence
  • LAWS5180 Clinical Legal Education
  • LAWS5182 Special Topic A
  • LAWS5183 Research Project A
  • LAWS5189 Islamic Law
  • LAWS5202 Immigration and Refugee Law
  • LAWS5206 Copyright Law
  • LAWS5207 Patent and Trademark Law
  • LAWS5208 Law Moot A
  • LAWS5209 Law Moot B
  • LAWS5213 Research Project B
  • LAWS5214 Research Project C
  • LAWS5219 International Organisations
  • LAWS5220 Personal and Corporate Insolvency
  • LAWS5221 Advanced Private Law
  • LAWS5222 Advanced Public Law
  • LAWS5223 Advanced Tax
  • LAWS5224 Special Topic B
  • LAWS5225 Special Topic C
  • LAWS5226 Special Project
  • LAWS5227 Law of Political Institutions
  • LAWS5228 Privacy Law
  • LAWS5229 Special Topic D
  • LAWS5230 Advocacy: Principles, Procedures and Practice
  • LAWS5231 Human Trafficking and Migrant Smuggling Working Group

      Part C:

  • 8 units of non-law electives from almost any undergraduate program in the University as approved by the Executive Dean.

Bachelor of Arts(History-Single Major):

  • HIST1601 Turning Points in World History
  • HIST1201 The Australian Experience
  • HIST1400 The Medieval and Early Modern World
  • HIST2312 The History Makers

      History of Asia and the Middle East:

  • HIST2100 China: From Empire to Republic, 1500-1951
  • HIST2101 Contemporary China: The People's Republic, Hong Kong & Taiwan since 1949
  • HIST2107 The Modern Middle East
  • HIST2119 Modern Southeast Asia: Freedom, Power and the State
  • HIST2140 Indian History and Religion Study Tour
  • RELN2300 Rituals, Priests & Kings: A History of Hinduism
  • HIST2619 Japan and the World

      Making Europe: Medieval and Early Modern History:

  • HIST2013 Medieval Study Tour
  • HIST2411 Witchcraft & Demonology in Early Modern Europe & Its Colonies
  • HIST2412 The British Isles: 1500-1700
  • HIST2416 Medieval Heresy
  • HIST2615 Age of Crusades
  • RELN2411 Western Religious Thought from the Middle Ages to the Present

      Western Modernity: the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries:

  • HIST2211 America in Film
  • HIST2245 Australians at War
  • HIST2247 The Making of Modern Australia: Society & Culture since 1901
  • HIST2407 Germany from Bismarck to Hitler (1870-1933)
  • HIST2408 Germany from Hitler to Reunification (1933-1991)
  • HIST2414 The Radical Right & Fascism in Europe
  • HIST2417 Imperial Britain: Crisis and Conflict, 1815-1945
  • HIST2707 The Anatomy of a Super Power: the US since 1945

      Themes in World History:

  • HIST2030 Bodies of Knowledge: History of Science and Medicine.
  • HIST2603 Sex in History
  • HIST2611 Body, Fashion & Consumption in History
  • WRIT3613 Making History
  • HIST3616 History in Popular Culture
  • HIST3301 History of Genocide
  • HIST3302 The City in History
  • HIST3303 Trafficking Bodies from the Ancient World to the Present

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How to Apply

Applications must be lodged via the Online Application Form.Domestic applications for admission to all undergraduate programs are made online through the Queensland Tertiary Admissions Centre (QTAC).If you are not a current Year 12 applicant, you will be asked to include details of any previous studies and any subsequent tertiary study (e.g. university or TAFE studies). If you believe your work experience is relevant to your application, please provide supporting documentation.

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