Navigate the new normal of legal practice and the laws that govern those who innovate and create in this technologically-charged double degree.
Swinburne’s Bachelor of Laws/ Bachelor of Business Analytics and Analysis will arm you with the tech-skills and legal knowledge to tackle ever-changing legal and business challenges. Up your game and the pursuit of justice. Learn how to visualise data. Gain even more business intelligence to outsmart any competitor.
Super-intelligent problem solving
This mind-blowingly innovative double degree will arm you with the tech, people and Agile skills to become an agent of change.
You’ll learn about the Australian legal system, trade marks, patents, designs and copyright, competition law and more. Plus, extend yourself beyond our borders and delve into the law and legal systems of Australia’s major trading partners so you’re ready to launch an international business plan or career.
Pair your legal knowledge with the principles of business technology, analysis and analytics. Emerge charged up for a career in business analysis, business analytics, solution architecture, project management and more. And of course, when you have fulfilled all the requirements, you can also practise as a lawyer in the Victorian and Australian Federal legal systems as set by the Victorian Legal Admissions Board.
Supercharge your résumé with real industry experience while you study.
For local students who pass the competitive selection process, our Bachelor of Laws / Bachelor of Business Analytics and Analysis offers a 6- or 12-month Professional Placement. Learn more about Work Integrated Learning.
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- Semester 1 - 26 February 2024
- Semester 2 - 29 July 2024
- 3400210511 (CSP)
- 3400210513 (IFP)
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