Bachelor of Mathematics/Bachelor of Laws




Courses Overview

What will I learn?
The practical skills you will learn when studying a Bachelor of Laws include hands-on skills such as critical analysis, written and oral communication, research, negotiation and advocacy, all of which are necessary in succeeding in a legal profession. A degree in Mathematics equips graduates with the skills to analyse and forecast economic and financial results, while understanding the factors behind important decision-making various industry and government organisations. This double degree combination will help you gain a competitive edge, teaching you to identify patterns, analyse complex information, develop an ability to interpret data, predict consequential actions, and be acutely aware of legal considerations and the context in which they arise. In the first year of your Law double degree, your Bachelor of Laws subjects must be completed full-time, except where Faculty approval is given on equity grounds. In the following four years of the degree, students enrol in subjects from both degrees.
Course Learning Outcomes
A number of the course learning outcomes in each of these degrees complement and consolidate outcomes in the partner degree. Applied across two discipline areas, the outcomes are achieved at a broader and more comprehensive level.
The outcomes, which are common and consolidated in this double degree, ensure that on successful completion of the course students will be able to:
Demonstrate sound disciplinary knowledge;
Apply ethical principles to a range of contexts;
Apply reasoning and critical analysis to generate appropriate disciplinary responses;
Communicate effectively with a range of audiences.
Career opportunities
Commercial Lawyer
Criminal Defence Lawyer
Environmental Lawyer
Government Lawyer
In-House Legal Adviser
Intellectual Property Lawyer
Legal Consultant
Media Lawyer
Policy Adviser
Research Officer
Solicitor in Private Practice or a Community Legal Centre.


Which department am I in? Faculty of Law, Humanities and the Arts

Entry Requirement From Vietnam

UOW recognizes secondary qualifications from more than 40 countries and education systems, including GCE A levels, International Baccalaureate and SAT, and can assess students who have completed the equivalent of Australian high school (Year 12) for direct entry to the first year of a Bachelor degree. English language requirements: IELTS - 6.0; TOEFL - 79, Pearson PTE - 57.

Entry Requirement For International Student

Applicants need to have achieved the required score in a qualification equivalent to the completion of 13 years of schooling in Australia. In order to succeed in their chosen course, it is assumed they have completed relevant subjects in their senior high school studies or other relevant qualifications. This is particularly important for degrees which have a strong basis in Mathematics or Science.
English Language Requirements: IELTS Academic Overall Score of 7.0, reading 6.5, writing 6.5, listening 6.5, speaking 6.5; TOEFL (Internet-based) score of 100, reading 20, writing 20, listening 20, speaking 20; Cambridge English: CAE and CPE score of 185; PTE Academic overall score of 72 (Reading and Writing 72, Speaking and Listening 65).

Path Way Options by Other Partners

Pathways options
Offered by other partners
This university accepts pathways courses from Asia Pacific University of Technology and Innovation (APU)

Full Time (5 years)

AUD $15,192 for the entire course

26 February 2018

University of Wollongong Wollongong Campus, UNIVERSITY OF WOLLONGONG, New South Wales, 2522, WOLLONGONG, Australia