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C10126v8 Bachelor of Science Bachelor of Laws

Award(s): Bachelor of Science in (name of Science major) (BSc)
Bachelor of Laws (LLB)

UAC code: 609060(Autumn session)
CRICOS code: 009473E
Commonwealth supported place?: Yes
Load credit points: 240
Course EFTSL: 5
Location: City campus

Overview
Career options
Course intended learning outcomes
Admission requirements
Assumed knowledge
Course duration and attendance
Course structure
Course completion requirements
Course diagram
Course program
Honours
Professional recognition
Other information

Overview

The Bachelor of Science Bachelor of Laws is offered jointly by UTS: Law and UTS: Science. The law is of special importance in many areas of science, including research, industrial and commercial enterprise.

The program provides full-time study for students wishing to obtain a professional legal qualification that satisfies the academic requirements only for admission as a lawyer together with a science specialisation.

The course addresses the increasing need for scientific expertise among lawyers. Graduates develop critical and analytical skills necessary when making decisions as they understand the complex links between science and law, increasing their employment prospects and career opportunities in both fields.

Career options

Career options include positions in the law (in areas where strong scientific backgrounds are valued, such as conservation and resource management), climate change advisory roles, defence technologies, environmental pollution regulation, finance, human health, industrial and occupational health and safety, pharmaceutical and biotechnological research and development, and scientific patents.

Course intended learning outcomes

1.1 A coherent understanding of fundamental areas of legal knowledge including: the Australian legal system, international and comparative contexts, theoretical and technical knowledge; the broader contexts within which legal issues arise and the law operates including cultural awareness, social justice and policy; and the principles and values of justice and ethical practices in lawyers' roles.
2.1 A capacity to value and promote honesty, integrity, accountability, public service and ethical standards including: an understanding of approaches to ethical decision making and professional responsibility; and an ability to recognise, reflect upon and respond to ethical issues likely to arise in professional contexts in ways that evidence professional judgment, promote justice and serve the community.
3.1 A capacity to think critically, strategically and creatively, including the ability to: identify and articulate legal issues in context; apply reasoning and research to generate appropriate responses; engage in critical analysis and make a reasoned choice amongst alternatives; and think creatively in approaching legal issues and generating appropriate responses.
4.1 Well-developed cognitive and practical skills necessary to identify, research, evaluate and synthesise relevant factual, legal and policy issues.
5.1 Effective and appropriate communication skills including: highly effective use of the English language to convey legal ideas and views to different audiences and environments; an ability to communicate to inform, analyse, report and persuade; an ability to strategically select an appropriate medium and message; an ability to assess how messages are received and alter communication strategies accordingly; an ability to be responsive and adaptive to the perspectives of collaborators, clients, counter parties and others; and an ability to generate a sustained and logical argument.
6.1 The ability to implement appropriate self-management and lifelong learning strategies including: an ability to undertake and initiate self-directed work and learning; well developed judgment and responsibility as a legal professional in a broader social context; the ability to support personal and professional development by: reflecting on and assessing their own capabilities, wellbeing and performance; making use of feedback as appropriate; identifying and accessing appropriate resources and assistance; and making use of resources and support in developing resilience; a capacity to adapt to and embrace change and a commitment to ongoing learning.
SCI.1.0 An understanding of the nature, practice and application of the chosen science discipline.
SCI.2.0 Encompasses problem solving, critical thinking and analysis attributes and an understanding of the scientific method knowledge acquisition.
SCI.3.0 The ability to acquire, develop, employ and integrate a range of technical, practical and professional skills, in appropriate and ethical ways within a professional context, autonomously and collaboratively and across a range of disciplinary and professional areas, e.g. time management skills, personal organisation skills, teamwork skills, computing skills, laboratory skills, data handling, quantitative and graphical literacy skills.
SCI.4.0 The capacity to engage in reflection and learning beyond formal educational contexts that is based on the ability to make effective judgments about one's own work. The capacity to learn in and from new disciplines to enhance the application of scientific knowledge and skills in professional contexts.
SCI.5.0 An awareness of the role of science within a global culture and willingness to contribute actively to the shaping of community views on complex issues where the methods and findings of science are relevant.
SCI.6.0 An understanding of the different forms of communication - writing, reading, speaking, listening - including visual and graphical, within science and beyond and the ability to apply these appropriately and effectively for different audiences.
SCI.7.0 An ability to think and work creatively, including the capacity for self-starting, and the ability to apply science skills to unfamiliar applications.

Key

SCI = Science course intended learning outcomes (CILOs)

Admission requirements

Applicants must have completed an Australian Year 12 qualification, Australian Qualifications Framework Diploma, or equivalent Australian or overseas qualification at the required level.

The English proficiency requirement for international students or local applicants with international qualifications is: Academic IELTS: 6.5 overall with a writing score of 6.0; or TOEFL: paper based: 550-583 overall with TWE of 4.5, internet based: 79-93 overall with a writing score of 21; or AE5: Pass; or PTE: 58-64; or CAE: 176-184.

Eligibility for admission does not guarantee offer of a place.

International students

Visa requirement: To obtain a student visa to study in Australia, international students must enrol full time and on campus. Australian student visa regulations also require international students studying on student visas to complete the course within the standard full-time duration. Students can extend their courses only in exceptional circumstances.

Assumed knowledge

English proficiency; Mathematics; and Science.

Course duration and attendance

The course duration is five years of full-time study. For students who undertake the Bachelor of Science (Honours) the course duration is six years of full-time study.

The law component requires attendance at 10–15 hours of lectures a week and timetable constraints may require attendance at daytime and evening classes. The science component requires attendance of approximately 10 hours a week at the University.

Course structure

The course comprises a total of 240 credit points and allows students to graduate with the separate degrees of Bachelor of Science (BSc) and Bachelor of Laws (LLB). The study components for course completion are as follows.

The law component of 144 credit points is made up of:

  • 108 credit points of compulsory core law subjects
  • 30 credit points of law options, including either:
    • 30 credit points of law options, or
    • 30 credit points of legal futures and technology options
  • a 6-credit-point legal theory option.

The science component comprises 96 credit points of core science subjects taken from one of 10 specified majors representing different science disciplines.

Students graduate from the BSc independently from the LLB. However, to be eligible for graduation from the BSc students must complete one of the 96-credit-point UTS: Science majors plus at least 96 credit points of Bachelor of Law subjects.

Graduation from the science component of the combined degree is not possible prior to completion of all components of the combined degree. Students wishing to graduate with a Bachelor of Science prior to completion of the law component of the combined degree must apply for transfer to the Bachelor of Science (C10242) single degree program where they must complete all requirements for the stand-alone single degree version.

Similarly, a student can graduate from the law component of the combined degree prior to completion of the science component, but if they wish to continue with the science component, they must apply for transfer to the Bachelor of Science (C10242) single degree program where they need to complete all requirements for the stand-alone single degree version.

For a current listing of subjects in each course refer to the study package directory.

Industrial training/professional practice

To practise as a lawyer in NSW, students need to successfully complete an accredited legal academic qualification (e.g. Bachelor of Laws) and an accredited course of practical legal training (PLT), which UTS offers through its PLT program.

Students enrolled in this course may complete their practical legal training by undertaking a postgraduate course in PLT, such as the Graduate Certificate in Professional Legal Practice (C11232).

Course completion requirements

STM90691 Law stream 144cp
CBK90585 Major choice (Science) 96cp
Total 240cp

Course diagram



Course program

The program shown is for a full-time student who has chosen one of the science majors and law options.

All options shown are law options and are to be drawn from those on offer in CBK90922.

Students wishing to study the new major MAJ09443 Legal Futures and Technology need to study 76106 Technology Law, Policy and Ethics (Capstone 1) in the Autumn session of their final year and 76107 Applied Project in Law, Innovation and Technology (Capstone 2) in their final Spring session.

List of majors
MAJ01079 Applied Chemistry   96cp
MAJ01080 Applied Physics   96cp
MAJ01085 Nanotechnology   96cp
MAJ01081 Biomedical Science   96cp
MAJ01114 Medical Science   96cp
MAJ01115 Biotechnology   96cp
MAJ01082 Environmental Biology   96cp
MAJ01112 Marine Biology   96cp
MAJ01116 Mathematics   96cp
Applied Chemistry major
Year 1
Autumn session
70102 Foundations of Law   8cp
70103 Ethics Law and Justice   6cp
33190 Mathematical Modelling for Science   6cp
65111 Chemistry 1   6cp
Spring session
70311 Torts   8cp
70114 Criminal Law and Procedure   8cp
33290 Statistics and Mathematics for Science   6cp
Summer session
65212 Chemistry 2   6cp
Year 2
Autumn session
70211 Contracts   8cp
68101 Foundations of Physics   6cp
65306 Analytical Chemistry 1   6cp
Spring session
70104 Civil Practice   6cp
70616 Australian Constitutional Law   8cp
70327 Commercial Law   6cp
65409 Analytical Chemistry 2   6cp
Year 3
Autumn session
71116 Remedies   6cp
70317 Real Property   8cp
65307 Physical Chemistry 1   6cp
65202 Organic Chemistry 1   6cp
Spring session
70617 Administrative Law   8cp
68201 Physics in Action   6cp
65508 Organic Chemistry 2   6cp
70517 Equity and Trusts   8cp
Year 4
Autumn session
70417 Corporate Law   8cp
70109 Evidence   6cp
65606 Analytical Chemistry 3   6cp
Select 6 credit points of options   6cp
Spring session
65411 Inorganic Chemistry 1   6cp
70108 Public International Law   6cp
Select 6 credit points from the following:   6cp
76008 Jurisprudence 6cp  
76033 Animal Law and Policy in Australia 6cp  
76057 Judgment and the Rule of Law 6cp  
76081 Gender and Law 6cp  
78039 Wickedness and Vice 6cp  
76902 Law and Literature 6cp  
76012 Criminology 6cp  
76092 Advanced Property 6cp  
76068 Indigenous Peoples and the Law 6cp  
Year 5
Autumn session
65410 Skills for the Professional Chemist   6cp
65509 Inorganic Chemistry 2   6cp
Select 12 credit points of options   12cp
Spring session
65607 Physical Chemistry 2   6cp
Select 12 credit points of options   12cp
Applied Physics major
Year 1
Autumn session
70102 Foundations of Law   8cp
70103 Ethics Law and Justice   6cp
33190 Mathematical Modelling for Science   6cp
65111 Chemistry 1   6cp
Spring session
70311 Torts   8cp
70114 Criminal Law and Procedure   8cp
33290 Statistics and Mathematics for Science   6cp
65212 Chemistry 2   6cp
Year 2
Autumn session
70211 Contracts   8cp
70616 Australian Constitutional Law   8cp
68101 Foundations of Physics   6cp
Spring session
70104 Civil Practice   6cp
70327 Commercial Law   6cp
68201 Physics in Action   6cp
68070 Introduction to Materials   6cp
Year 3
Autumn session
70317 Real Property   8cp
71116 Remedies   6cp
68315 Imaging Science   6cp
33360 Mathematics for Physical Science   6cp
Spring session
70417 Corporate Law   8cp
70517 Equity and Trusts   8cp
70617 Administrative Law   8cp
Year 4
Autumn session
68413 Quantum Physics   6cp
68075 Nanomaterials   6cp
68412 Energy Science and Technology   6cp
Spring session
70109 Evidence   6cp
70108 Public International Law   6cp
Select 12 credit points from the following:   12cp
68320 Scanning Probe and Electron Microscopy 6cp  
68414 Advanced Mechanics 6cp  
68415 Measurement and Analysis of Physical Processes 6cp  
68513 Nanophotonics 6cp  
Year 5
Autumn session
68606 Solid-state Science and Nanodevices   6cp
Select one of the following: 6cp
      68316 Applied Electronics and Interfacing 6cp  
      68416 Computational Physics 6cp  
Select 6 credit points from the following:   6cp
76008 Jurisprudence 6cp  
76033 Animal Law and Policy in Australia 6cp  
76057 Judgment and the Rule of Law 6cp  
76081 Gender and Law 6cp  
78039 Wickedness and Vice 6cp  
76902 Law and Literature 6cp  
76012 Criminology 6cp  
76092 Advanced Property 6cp  
76068 Indigenous Peoples and the Law 6cp  
Select 6 credit points from the following:   6cp
CBK90922 Options (Law UG) 30cp  
Spring session
Select 24 credit points of options   24cp
Biomedical Science major
Year 1
Autumn session
70102 Foundations of Law   8cp
70103 Ethics Law and Justice   6cp
91161 Cell Biology and Genetics   6cp
65111 Chemistry 1   6cp
Spring session
70311 Torts   8cp
70114 Criminal Law and Procedure   8cp
91400 Human Anatomy and Physiology   6cp
65212 Chemistry 2   6cp
Year 2
Autumn session
70211 Contracts   8cp
70616 Australian Constitutional Law   8cp
91314 General Microbiology   6cp
Spring session
70104 Civil Practice   6cp
70327 Commercial Law   6cp
91330 Epidemiology and Public Health Microbiology   6cp
91401 Immunology 1   6cp
Year 3
Autumn session
70317 Real Property   8cp
71116 Remedies   6cp
91132 Molecular Biology 1   6cp
91320 Metabolic Biochemistry   6cp
Spring session
70417 Corporate Law   8cp
70517 Equity and Trusts   8cp
70617 Administrative Law   8cp
Year 4
Autumn session
91326 Analytical Biochemistry   6cp
91500 Histology   6cp
Select one of the following: 6cp
      91703 Physiological Systems 6cp  
      91142 Biotechnology 6cp  
Select 6 credit points of options   6cp
Spring session
70109 Evidence   6cp
Select 12 credit points from the following:   12cp
91129 Transfusion Science 6cp  
91345 Biochemistry, Genes and Disease 6cp  
91352 Parasitology 6cp  
91402 Anatomical Pathology 6cp  
Select 6 credit points from the following:   6cp
76008 Jurisprudence 6cp  
76033 Animal Law and Policy in Australia 6cp  
76057 Judgment and the Rule of Law 6cp  
76081 Gender and Law 6cp  
78039 Wickedness and Vice 6cp  
76902 Law and Literature 6cp  
76012 Criminology 6cp  
76092 Advanced Property 6cp  
76068 Indigenous Peoples and the Law 6cp  
Year 5
Autumn session
70108 Public International Law   6cp
Select 12 credit points from the following:   12cp
91335 Molecular Biology 2 6cp  
91338 Clinical Bacteriology 6cp  
91344 Medical and Diagnostic Biochemistry 6cp  
91358 Haematology 2 6cp  
91359 Immunology 2 6cp  
Spring session
Select 24 credit points of options   24cp
Biotechnology major
Year 1
Autumn session
70102 Foundations of Law   8cp
70103 Ethics Law and Justice   6cp
91161 Cell Biology and Genetics   6cp
65111 Chemistry 1   6cp
Spring session
70311 Torts   8cp
70114 Criminal Law and Procedure   8cp
91400 Human Anatomy and Physiology   6cp
65212 Chemistry 2   6cp
Year 2
Autumn session
70211 Contracts   8cp
70616 Australian Constitutional Law   8cp
91314 General Microbiology   6cp
Spring session
70104 Civil Practice   6cp
70327 Commercial Law   6cp
91330 Epidemiology and Public Health Microbiology   6cp
91401 Immunology 1   6cp
Year 3
Autumn session
70317 Real Property   8cp
71116 Remedies   6cp
91320 Metabolic Biochemistry   6cp
Spring session
70417 Corporate Law   8cp
70517 Equity and Trusts   8cp
70617 Administrative Law   8cp
Year 4
Autumn session
91132 Molecular Biology 1   6cp
91326 Analytical Biochemistry   6cp
91142 Biotechnology   6cp
70108 Public International Law   6cp
Spring session
70109 Evidence   6cp
91368 Bioreactors and Bioprocessing   6cp
91818 Environmental Biotechnology   6cp
Select 6 credit points from the following:   6cp
91129 Transfusion Science 6cp  
91352 Parasitology 6cp  
91345 Biochemistry, Genes and Disease 6cp  
91402 Anatomical Pathology 6cp  
Year 5
Autumn session
91369 Biobusiness   6cp
Select one of the following: 6cp
      91359 Immunology 2 6cp  
      91335 Molecular Biology 2 6cp  
Select 6 credit points from the following:   6cp
76008 Jurisprudence 6cp  
76033 Animal Law and Policy in Australia 6cp  
76057 Judgment and the Rule of Law 6cp  
76081 Gender and Law 6cp  
78039 Wickedness and Vice 6cp  
76902 Law and Literature 6cp  
76012 Criminology 6cp  
76092 Advanced Property 6cp  
76068 Indigenous Peoples and the Law 6cp  
Select 6 credit points from the following:   6cp
CBK90922 Options (Law UG) 30cp  
Spring session
Select 24 credit points of options   24cp
Environmental Biology major
Year 1
Autumn session
70102 Foundations of Law   8cp
70103 Ethics Law and Justice   6cp
91107 The Biosphere   6cp
65111 Chemistry 1   6cp
Spring session
70311 Torts   8cp
70114 Criminal Law and Procedure   8cp
91123 Biocomplexity   6cp
65212 Chemistry 2   6cp
Year 2
Autumn session
70211 Contracts   8cp
70616 Australian Constitutional Law   8cp
91154 Ecology   6cp
Spring session
70104 Civil Practice   6cp
70327 Commercial Law   6cp
91363 Animal Behaviour and Physiology   6cp
91270 Plant Physiology and Ecophysiology   6cp
Year 3
Autumn session
70317 Real Property   8cp
71116 Remedies   6cp
91110 Experimental Design and Sampling   6cp
91145 Environmental Protection and Management   6cp
Spring session
70417 Corporate Law   8cp
70517 Equity and Trusts   8cp
70617 Administrative Law   8cp
Year 4
Autumn session
91161 Cell Biology and Genetics   6cp
33116 Statistical Design and Analysis   6cp
Select 6 credit points from the following:   6cp
91370 Semi-arid Ecology 6cp  
91371 Forest and Mountain Ecology 6cp  
91163 Alpine and Lowland Ecology 6cp  
Spring session
70109 Evidence   6cp
Select 12 credit points from the following:   12cp
91155 Stream and Lake Assessment 6cp  
91163 Alpine and Lowland Ecology 6cp  
91370 Semi-arid Ecology 6cp  
91371 Forest and Mountain Ecology 6cp  
Select 6 credit points from the following:   6cp
CBK90922 Options (Law UG) 30cp  
Year 5
Autumn session
70108 Public International Law   6cp
91309 Biodiversity Conservation   6cp
Select one of the following: 6cp
      91121 Aquatic Ecology 6cp  
      91116 Wildlife Ecology 6cp  
Select 6 credit points from the following:   6cp
76008 Jurisprudence 6cp  
76033 Animal Law and Policy in Australia 6cp  
76057 Judgment and the Rule of Law 6cp  
76081 Gender and Law 6cp  
78039 Wickedness and Vice 6cp  
76902 Law and Literature 6cp  
76012 Criminology 6cp  
76092 Advanced Property 6cp  
76068 Indigenous Peoples and the Law 6cp  
Spring session
Select 24 credit points of options   24cp
Mathematics major
Year 1
Autumn session
70102 Foundations of Law   8cp
70103 Ethics Law and Justice   6cp
37141 Introduction to Quantitative Management   6cp
37131 Introduction to Linear Dynamical Systems   6cp
Spring session
70311 Torts   8cp
70114 Criminal Law and Procedure   8cp
37132 Introduction to Mathematical Analysis and Modelling   6cp
37151 Introduction to Statistics   6cp
Year 2
Autumn session
70211 Contracts   8cp
70616 Australian Constitutional Law   8cp
37242 Optimisation in Quantitative Management   6cp
Spring session
70104 Civil Practice   6cp
70327 Commercial Law   6cp
37181 Discrete Mathematics   6cp
37161 Probability and Random Variables   6cp
Year 3
Autumn session
70317 Real Property   8cp
71116 Remedies   6cp
37233 Linear Algebra   6cp
37252 Regression Analysis   6cp
Spring session
70517 Equity and Trusts   8cp
70417 Corporate Law   8cp
37171 Programming for Informatics   6cp
Select 6 credit points from the following:   6cp
37253 Sample Surveys 6cp  
37343 Nonlinear Methods in Quantitative Management 6cp  
37344 Network and Combinatorial Optimisation 6cp  
37357 Advanced Statistical Modelling 6cp  
Year 4
Autumn session
37234 Advanced Calculus   6cp
70617 Administrative Law   8cp
Select 6 credit points from the following:   6cp
37262 Simulation Modelling 6cp  
37356 Design and Analysis of Experiments 6cp  
37345 Quantitative Management Practice 6cp  
37373 Programming for Data Analysis 6cp  
Spring session
37335 Differential Equations   6cp
Select 12 credit points from the following:   12cp
37253 Sample Surveys 6cp  
37336 Mathematical Methods 6cp  
37343 Nonlinear Methods in Quantitative Management 6cp  
37344 Network and Combinatorial Optimisation 6cp  
37357 Advanced Statistical Modelling 6cp  
37363 Stochastic Processes 6cp  
70109 Evidence   6cp
Year 5
Autumn session
70108 Public International Law   6cp
Select 6 credit points from the following:   6cp
76008 Jurisprudence 6cp  
76033 Animal Law and Policy in Australia 6cp  
76057 Judgment and the Rule of Law 6cp  
76081 Gender and Law 6cp  
78039 Wickedness and Vice 6cp  
76902 Law and Literature 6cp  
76012 Criminology 6cp  
76092 Advanced Property 6cp  
76068 Indigenous Peoples and the Law 6cp  
Select 6 credit points from the following:   6cp
CBK90922 Options (Law UG) 30cp  
Spring session
Select 24 credit points of options   24cp
Medical Science major
Year 1
Autumn session
70102 Foundations of Law   8cp
70103 Ethics Law and Justice   6cp
91161 Cell Biology and Genetics   6cp
65111 Chemistry 1   6cp
Spring session
70311 Torts   8cp
70114 Criminal Law and Procedure   8cp
91400 Human Anatomy and Physiology   6cp
65212 Chemistry 2   6cp
Year 2
Autumn session
70211 Contracts   8cp
70616 Australian Constitutional Law   8cp
91314 General Microbiology   6cp
Spring session
70104 Civil Practice   6cp
70327 Commercial Law   6cp
68041 Physical Aspects of Nature   6cp
91239 Human Pathophysiology   6cp
Year 3
Autumn session
70317 Real Property   8cp
71116 Remedies   6cp
91703 Physiological Systems   6cp
91705 Medical Devices and Diagnostics   6cp
Spring session
70417 Corporate Law   8cp
70517 Equity and Trusts   8cp
70617 Administrative Law   8cp
Year 4
Autumn session
91707 Pharmacology 1   6cp
91320 Metabolic Biochemistry   6cp
Select 6 credit points from the following:   6cp
91132 Molecular Biology 1 6cp  
91330 Epidemiology and Public Health Microbiology 6cp  
91401 Immunology 1 6cp  
Spring session
70109 Evidence   6cp
91708 Medical and Applied Physiology   6cp
91709 Pharmacology 2   6cp
Select 6 credit points of options   6cp
Year 5
Autumn session
70108 Public International Law   6cp
91706 Neuroscience   6cp
Select 6 credit points from the following:   6cp
76008 Jurisprudence 6cp  
76033 Animal Law and Policy in Australia 6cp  
76057 Judgment and the Rule of Law 6cp  
76081 Gender and Law 6cp  
78039 Wickedness and Vice 6cp  
76902 Law and Literature 6cp  
76012 Criminology 6cp  
76092 Advanced Property 6cp  
76068 Indigenous Peoples and the Law 6cp  
Select 6 credit points from the following:   6cp
91335 Molecular Biology 2 6cp  
91338 Clinical Bacteriology 6cp  
91344 Medical and Diagnostic Biochemistry 6cp  
91358 Haematology 2 6cp  
91359 Immunology 2 6cp  
Spring session
Select 24 credit points of options   24cp

Honours

Students can graduate with a Bachelor of Laws (Honours) if they complete subjects 76090 Research Methodology and 76040 Research Thesis within the course. The degree may be awarded with first or second class honours, which does not require an additional honours year. The rules concerning the Bachelor of Laws (Honours) can be found in undergraduate course information.

Students who meet these criteria for honours are eligible for transfer into the appropriate undergraduate honours exit course on completion of all coursework. This transfer is managed by the Haymarket Student Centre and occurs just prior to graduation.

Students who undertake the Legal Futures and Technology major and who meet the criteria for honours can choose to undertake honours as part of their degree.

The Bachelor of Science (Honours) is available as an additional year to meritorious students across the available disciplines. It is designed to introduce students to research and more advanced coursework. It allows eligible students to continue with postgraduate studies if desired and enhances their employment prospects.

Professional recognition

This course satisfies the requirements for admission to the Supreme Court of NSW as a lawyer, provided students complete a practical legal training program, such as the Graduate Certificate in Professional Legal Practice (C11232).

Depending on the science specialisation and subjects chosen, graduates may be eligible for admission to the relevant scientific professional organisation.

Other information

Further information is available from:

UTS Student Centre
telephone 1300 ask UTS (1300 275 887)
or +61 2 9514 1222
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