Undergraduate Award Requirements
Undergraduate Courses and Majors
The faculty comprises the following:
School of Business
which includes the disciplines of Business, Commerce, Economics and Tourism;
School of Creative Arts
which includes Creative Arts, Creative Industries and New Media Arts
School of Law
Students enrolling in the faculty are presented with a number of programs which develop career opportunities in many areas. These include options in: the creative industries, law, music, teaching, the diplomatic service, business, tourism and the hospitality industry.
By choosing carefully from subjects offered across the faculty, many combinations are possible, including a range of joint degrees. Students in the faculty are introduced to the use of advanced technology, and to flexible strategies of teaching and learning. The faculty is proud of the preparation that it gives to people who wish to enter the professions – for instance, accounting, law, marketing, and management. Our commitment is to offering and teaching courses of the highest quality and excitement, ones that are rewarding in themselves and in the future careers for which our students are prepared.
The requirements for admission to practice are subject to review and students must therefore consult the relevant authority in the State in which they intend to practise law. In Queensland, direct your inquiries to the Barristers’ Board or the Solicitors’ Board, PO Box 412 Roma St, Brisbane, Phone: (07) 3247 4372, Fax: (07) 3247 5728. In summary, persons may qualify for admission in Queensland by completing the University’s LLB degree and by completing a period of practical legal training as specified by either branch of the profession.