The BSc/LLB takes five years (10 semesters) if you are studying full-time. You will need to complete 675 points, including:
- 255 points from BSc courses
- 405 points from LLB courses
- 15 points from General Education
In your first year you will need to complete three Stage I core LLB courses, and five Stage I courses for the BSc. You will continue to take a mix of Law courses and Science courses in each of the following years. You will also need to include a General Education course in one of those years.
You would usually need to enrol in nine 15-point courses (135 points) each year if you want to complete in five years (10 semesters). This is a higher load than the standard enrolment of 120 points a year. Alternatively you could complete in 5.5 years (11 semesters) by enrolling in 120 points per year and adding an extra 15-point course in one semester.
The LLB includes both core courses and a wide range of elective courses, including Corporate and Commercial, Public, Criminal, International, Family and Environmental Law.
The BSc includes core courses from your selected major or majors. You may choose to complete a single major or a double major on the BSc side of your conjoint. Anthropological Science, Biomedical Science, Data Science, Food Science and Nutrition, Green Chemical Science, Information and Technology Management, Logic and Computation, and Medicinal Chemistry are not available as majors within a conjoint. Find out more about planning your BSc conjoint, and access conjoint degree planners.