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BACHELOR OF COMMERCE IN LAW

Bachelor of Commerce in Law for 2024

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?

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Duration

3 Years full-time

Accreditation

Accredited by the CHE. Registration: NQF Level 7, SAQA ID 93729

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Intake

First semester (February)

Attendances

On-campus, full-time

Programme code:

BCEL0701

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.

  • Compliance Officer
  • Assistant Company Secretary
  • Alternate Dispute Resolution (ADR) practitioner
  • Legal Officer
  • Forensic Investigator
  • Fraud Investigator
  • Labour Inspector
  • Collateral Analyst
  • Insurance Underwriter
  • Legal Advisor
  • Legal Counselor

For more information about studying the BCom Law offered at IIE MSA, get in touch with us today.

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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.

What is the duration of study for the BCom Law?

The IIE Bachelor of Commerce in Law degree is a three-year degree.

What are the subjects offered as BCom Law modules?

This qualification imparts general skills and competencies in numeracy management, literacy and articulation. For a detailed breakdown of the programme outline BCom Law modules, email enquiries@iiemsa.co.za





Entry requirements

Minimum Admission Requirements

National Senior Certificate (NSC)
Bachelor pass with English (50%) and Mathematics/HG (30%) or Mathematical Literacy/SG/Technical Maths (50%)

National Certificate (Vocational) (NC(V))
Bachelor pass with English (50%) and Mathematics/HG (50%) or Mathematical Literacy/SG/Technical Maths (60%)

Senior Certificate (SC)
Endorsement with English (50%) and Mathematics/HG (30%) or Mathematics Literacy/SG/Technical Maths (50%)

Senior Certificate (Amended) (SC(a))
Bachelor pass with English (50%) and Mathematics/HG (30%) or Mathematical Literacy/SG/Technical Maths (50%)

Alternate Admission

(Should minimum admission requirements not be met at NSC Grade 12, then entrance may be granted based on additional requirements being fulfilled)

 

English

NSC: 40-49% (If achieved 50% min in final Grade 11 results - applicable to contact and distance students)

Mathematics

NSC:30-39% (Register for an extended version of Accounting 1A and Economics 1A - applicable only to contact students)

Mathematical Literacy/ Technical Maths

NSC: 50-59% (Register for an extended version of Accounting 1A and Economics 1A - applicable only to contact students).

Additional Notes:

Accounting

No Accounting on NSC (Students who meet the minimum entrance requirements but did not complete Accounting in Grade 12 will need to register onto the extended module for Accounting 1A - applicable only to contact students.)

Economics

No Economics on NSC (Students who meet the minimum entrance requirements but did not complete Economics in Grade 12 will need to register onto the extended module for Economics 1A - applicable only to contact students.)

 

Accounting and Economics

No Accounting and Economics on NSC (Students who meet the minimum entrance requirements but did not complete Accounting and Economics in Grade 12 will need to register onto the extended modules for Accounting 1A and Economics 1A - applicable only to contact students.)

Please note, requirements for entry to this qualification are correct at the time of publication, however, these may change.

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Entry requirements

International entry requirements

International Students

An USAf Exemption Certificate and meeting the relevant Maths and English requirements or requisite English test e.g. TOEFL, IELS.

A cognate Higher Certificate OR cognate 240 credit Diploma OR an Advanced Certificate OR 360 credit Diploma or Degree may satisfy the minimum admission requirements to degree studies.

If discipline not cognate at least 20% of credits must be academic literacy or numeracy related.

Please note, requirements for entry to this qualification are correct at the time of publication, however, these may change.

Applications

More information can be found by visiting How to apply

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