The purpose of a BCom (Law) degree is to allow the student to acquire knowledge of the South African legal system, private law, business enterprises law, labour law and customary law. In addition to this, the student will be able to take courses in aspects of Economic and Management Sciences.
The minimum period of study for the degree is three (3) years on a full-time basis.
Modules completed in the BCom (Law) degree will count towards module credits in a subsequent LLB degree.
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