Bachelor of Laws / Bachelor of Business Information Systems

with a major in Business Analysis – Blended learning – on-campus and digital learning

BB-LAWBIS Double degree Hawthorn Send me a link to this course

Selected major: Business Analysis

Business today is faced with a number of economic, social and environmental changes and challenges. This major offers approaches to analysing and developing creative solutions to these changes and challenges. You’ll develop the skills needed to analyse the requirements of users and learn how to find ways to transform business through technology.

The Bachelor of Laws/Bachelor of Business Information Systems offers you a course focused on commercial law with emphasis on intellectual property law.

As the only double degree in Victoria with this specialisation, you'll learn about trademarks, patents and designs, copyright, the prohibition of misleading or deceptive conduct and competition law.

The course also prepares you to meet the demand for Information Systems professionals with the knowledge to communicate with business users.

Work Integrated Learning is a guaranteed part of all our bachelor degrees. In this double degree, you'll complete law-related professional experience placements at organisations in Australia or overseas. You'll also be introduced to the practical aspects of legal practice through moot court scenarios and advocacy exercises. And in the Business Information Systems Industry Project (INF30027), you’ll team up with other students to work on a real project briefed to you by an industry partner.

Graduates of this degree can enjoy career opportunities in the professional fields relating to the law and business information systems fields where requisite skills and knowledge are highly valued.

Start dates

Hawthorn campus

  • Semester 1 - 1 March 2021
  • Semester 2 - 2 August 2021

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5 years full-time or equivalent part-time

Full-time, Part-time

VTAC codes

  • 3400210511 (CSP)
  • 3400210513 (IFP)


Faculty of Business and Law