The law component of a combined program comprises 15 compulsory law courses and 9 elective law courses totalling 144 units. You can complete a full time combined law program in 5 years. The structure of the law component is the same for each combined program.
The College responsible for the non-law component will offer you advice about structure and duration.
Combined degrees are offered on campus at ANU.
ANU College of Law classes normally occur between the hours of 8am and 6pm.
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Our most popular law qualification
A combined degree allows you to study law in conjunction with another discipline offered by one of the other Colleges at ANU. We offer an extensive range of combined programs.
You will need to consult the other College associated with the combined degree you choose, to structure your studies correctly.
You can find out who to contact in each College by taking the program code links.
ANU College of Business & Economics
Bachelor of Actuarial Studies/Bachelor of Laws (Program code 4443)
Bachelor of Commerce/Bachelor of Laws (Program code 4403)
Bachelor of Economics/Bachelor of Laws (Program code 4203)
Bachelor of Finance/Bachelor of Laws (Program code 4423)
ANU College of Arts & Social Sciences
Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Laws (Program code 4105)
Bachelor of International Relations/Bachelor of Laws (Program code 4301)
Bachelor of Music/Bachelor of Laws (Program code 4003)
ANU College of Asia & the Pacific
Bachelor of Asia-Pacific Studies/Bachelor of Laws (Program code 4573)
ANU College of Engineering & Computer Science
Bachelor of Information Technology and Bachelor of Laws (Program code 4703)
ANU College of Medicine, Biology & Environment
Bachelor of Science (Psychology)/ Bachelor of Laws (Program code 4693)
Bachelor of Science (Resource and Environmental Management)/Bachelor of Laws (Program code 4633)
ANU College of Medicine, Biology & Environment &/or
ANU College of Physical & Mathematical Science
Bachelor of Science/Bachelor of Laws (Program code 4603)