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The Bachelor of Computer Science/Bachelor of Laws program offered online or on campus by the University of New England (UNE) provides you with the education and training to launch your career as a legal and/or IT practitioner.
You will study subjects from computer science, such as computer architecture, Linux/Unix programming, software engineering, Internet security and multimedia technologies. You will also complete law subjects such as administrative law, criminal law and procedure, constitutional law, industrial law, public international law and human rights.
To be eligible for this course you will need an acceptable ATAR/UAI/TER as well as knowledge of two units of English and mathematics.
In this online IT/law degree, the subjects you will study include:
Bachelor of Computer Science – core units:
Listed units – complete eight from the following subjects:
Bachelor of Laws – core units:
Listed units – complete six from the following:
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You may be eligible to receive HECS-HELP, Youth Allowance and/or Austudy/Abstudy for this course.
The University of New England has extensive support systems in place for its distance education students. With a long history in distance education, they understand the unique needs of off-campus students and are ready to help when you have challenges.
You will be able to submit questions to your lecturers by email or phone, participate in online discussions and chat, and attend on-campus intensive schools. UNE’s web-based facilities allow you to submit assignments, order library books or check your grades at any time.
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Upon completion of this combined computer science and law degree, you could work in legal practice or a law-related management career in science, technology, the environment or finance in the public or private sector, legal aid agencies, telecommunications and government bodies.
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