BSc (Hons) Law and Accounting
This intellectually stimulating degree addresses the broader aspects of business organisation and management culture, while also providing an insight into corporate and consumer legislation, corporate regulation and other legal aspects of business enterprise. Also, this course will equip you with a real understanding of how legal considerations have an impact on virtually every aspect of management activity.
|Sep, Jan||3 years, full time, weekdays||UK|
Why Study BA (Hons) Law and Accounting?
Two disciplines of crucial importance to each other are taught side by side within this course. Accountancy requires knowledge of business and financial law whilst commercial lawyers must have in-depth understandings of how businesses should handle their money. Therefore, this degree sets you up on two very rewarding and lucrative career paths as well as imbues you with a critical perspective of contemporary legal issues and financial logistics, which is transferable to other career paths too.
With this knowledge, career options span both fields with the possibility of taking an additional one year Graduate Diploma in Law (GDL) course in order to apply for solicitor or barrister exams. The accountancy aspect of your course may also set you up to receive an ICAEW CFAB qualification to become a fully chartered accountant.
The addition of a Law and Accounting degree to your experiential arsenal provides opportunities for a variety of senior and influential professions. These include:
- Forensic Accountancy
- Tax Advisor
- Licensed Conveyance
The opportunity for work experience and studying abroad are also invaluable for those looking to endeavour in a career in Law and Accounting, allowing you to gain real practical experience as well as mix with individuals who can advise and guide you to the best career prospects.
Course Structure & Classes
Economics for Business
Introduction to Financial Accounting
Legal Aspects of Business
Law of Contract
Financial Reporting for Business
Law of Business Organisations
Please note: the availability of modules are subject to change depending on the course circumstances and student demand, the structure and modules offered will vary on your placement of university and intake.
- GCSE : minimum of five to include Maths and English at grade C or grade 4
- UCAS tariff points : BSc: 120-128 points
- GCE A level
- BTEC National Diploma
- International Baccalaureate
- Please get in touch with one of our consultants regarding English fluency, work experience and any other inquiries you may have about entry requirements.