General Education courses
General Education courses offer you the opportunity to learn about disciplines outside of your main field of study.
General Education guidelines
- This is a required component of all undergraduate degrees.
- LLB students enrol for LAW 121G in LLB Part I. Students accepted to LLB Part II cannot count LAW 121G as a General Education course and are required to complete 15 further points from the General Education schedules.
- Students not accepted into LLB Part II and who continue with another programme may be able to include LAW 121G as a General Education course in their other programme. For some programmes, students may also be able to include LAW 131 and/or LAW 141 as General Education courses. Please check your specific degree programme regulations.
- Graduate students are not required to take General Education courses but do need to include LAW 121G: Law and Society as part of LLB Part I.
- Students (other than graduates) intending to complete LLB as a single degree are encouraged to include 15 points of General Education courses (other than LAW 121G) as part of their 90 points of non-law courses in the first year.
- Students intending to complete conjoint degrees may defer their General Education course (other than LAW 121G) until after their first year.
For more information on LAW 121G, LAW 131 and LAW 141 see our compulsory courses page.