Why study the Bachelor of Commerce in Law?
There is a growing need for multi-dimensional graduates with the ability to participate in an increasingly complex and dynamic local and global economy. The dual focus on commerce and law allows graduates to pursue a career in business management, whilst the focus on governance and compliance ensures ethical business practices will be followed. Armed with a firm grasp of sound business skills, graduates who want to pursue a career in law, can complete a further law qualification.
The IIE Bachelor of Commerce in Law aims to equip learners with a well-rounded, broad education to produce graduates equipped with the knowledge base, theory and methodology of commerce and the general rules of law. Graduates will be familiar with the relationship between various aspects of commerce and the general rules of law.
Graduates will hold in high regard their duty to contribute meaningfully to the development of the local and global society and economy. The qualification will equip the learner with specialised knowledge in certain law modules, whilst the commerce modules will allow the learner the ability to develop a specialisation in tax, accounting or governance and compliance.
This qualification will also impart general skills and competencies in numeracy management, literacy and articulation. The qualification is an ideal first degree grounding for a variety of careers in law, business and government. It furthermore enables graduates to articulate to the two-year advanced Bachelor of Laws qualification, which is also offered on this campus.
Successful completion of this programme leads to an IIE qualification.
What are the Bachelor of Commerce in Law Career Opportunities?
Graduates of the Bachelor of Commerce in Law will be able to enter into a variety of careers in law and business, be it in the private or public sector. Alternatively, graduates may also continue to an advanced law qualification and ultimately follow a career in law, whilst armed with a firm grasp of sound business skills or become entrepreneurs by starting their own businesses.
For more information about studying the BCom Law offered at IIE MSA, get in touch with us today.
What is BCom Law?
The BCom Law is a business law degree that equips graduates with the knowledge base, theory and methodology of commerce and the general rules of law. You will receive specialised knowledge in certain law subjects such as tax, accounting, governance and compliance.
3 Years full-time
Accredited by the CHE. Registration: NQF Level 7, SAQA ID 97915
Fees for 2021
Students are advised to pay their deposit on/before registration and the balance by the published payment due date. Alternative a payment arrangement can be applied for before the 28 February 2021.
International students registering for the first time at IIE MSA will be subject to an International Student Levy of R6,500 (454.44 USD) payable upon registration.
2021 Annual Fee:
R99,200 (6,935.46 USD)
* Note that fees are subject to an annual increase.
For more information regarding fees please visit the Fee structure.
Students are responsible for the payment of their own transport and accommodation during the various intakes, as well as for textbooks, computers or other devices to use the Internet.
For more information on our payment methods visit https://www.iiemsa.co.za/pay-fees/
First semester (February)
Programme code: BCL316
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