Bachelor of Arts (Media and Communications) / Bachelor of Laws
Six years full-time
With this combined degree, you are able to complete two degrees in six years of full-time study, whereas it would normally take seven years to complete both degrees separately.
You will study Media and Communications, Arts and Law subjects concurrently throughout your degree. The final two years of your degree are solely Law units of study. The fourth year of this degree is dedicated to Media and Communications study including the internship, during which you are able to undertake a semester in a work placement with a media industry partner. Our faculty has a wide range of internships to choose from. You can also submit an internship of your own
for approval, including a placement in an international organisation.
Bachelor of Arts (Media & Communications)/Bachelor of Laws sample degree structure
|Year 1||Year 2||Year 3||Year 4||Year 5||Year 6|
|Semester 1||Semester 2||Semester 1||Semester 2||Semester 1||Semester 2||Semester 1||Semester 2||FULL-
TIME LAW STUDIES
TIME LAW STUDIES
|MECO1001 AUSTRALIAN MEDIA STUDIES|| MECO1002 MEDIA & COMMU-
|MECO2603 MEDIA RELATIONS|| MECO3603 MEDIA, LAW & ETHICS
||MECO3606 ADVANCED MEDIA WRITING|| MECO3603 MEDIA, LAW & ETHICS
||MECO3606 ADVANCED MEDIA WRITING|
|TABLE A OR B JUNIOR UNIT||MECO1003 PRINCIPLES OF MEDIA WRITING||TABLE A OR B SENIOR UNIT||MECO3601
|MECO3605 MEDIA GLOBAL-
|MECO3602 ONLINE MEDIA||MECO3672 INTERNSHIP PROJECT||TABLE A OR B SENIOR UNIT|
|TABLE A MAJOR JUNIOR PRE-REQ UNIT||TABLE A MAJOR JUNIOR PRE-REQ UNIT||LAWS1014 PROCESSES OF JUSTICE||TABLE A MAJOR SENIOR UNIT||TABLE A MAJOR SENIOR UNIT||LAWS1017 TORTS & CONTRACTS II||TABLE A MAJOR SENIOR UNIT||TABLE A MAJOR SENIOR UNIT|
|LAWS1006 FOUNDATIONS OF LAW||LAWS1012
|LAWS1015 CONTRACTS||LAWS1016 CRIMINAL LAW||LAWS1023 PUBLIC INTER-
|TABLE A MAJOR SENIOR UNIT||TABLE A MAJOR SENIOR UNIT|
|LAWS1013 LEGAL RESEARCH 1||LAWS1019 LEGAL RESEARCH 2|
|24 CREDITS||24 CREDITS||24 CREDITS||24 CREDITS||24 CREDITS||24 CREDITS||>48 CREDITS||48 CREDITS||48 CREDITS|
|Each box represents one 6 credit point unit of study. This diagram is a sample structure only, and is based on a standard full-time progression over 6 years.
Core units of study and semester offerings are subject to change.