Bachelor of Laws / Bachelor of Sports Management

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  • Objectives
    The Bachelor of Laws / Bachelor of Sports Management is intended to produce high quality graduates who have an excellent understanding of the law, and how the law and management of sport interact. The curriculum has been designed and sequenced to meet industry standards and provide graduates with many career options in managing sport. Additionally, by completing the Bachelor of Laws graduates are eligible to be admitted as a legal practitioner (in Queensland) after completing the Professional Legal Training (PLT) course.
  • Practical experience
    Included within the degree program is one professional experience component where students apply their learning to sports management industries. This practical professional development approach is intended to deliver graduates who are work-ready. A clinical legal subject is also available as an elective. Many students are encouraged and elect to complete clerkships or internships with law firms, sports management or sports marketing companies during their holidays to gain additional experience.
  • Entry requirements
    Successful completion of year 12 or equivalent. International applicants also need to satisfy English Language Requirements.
  • Academic title
    Bachelor of Laws / Bachelor of Sports Management
  • Course description
    Career Outcomes

    Graduates will be well positioned to seek employment in a range of settings including event coordination, recreational and leisure clubs, sport marketing firms, amateur sport organisations, professional sport teams and leagues, and sporting goods organisations.

    The Bachelor of Laws degree has been designed for graduates who want to take leading positions in the public and private sectors, such as a solicitor in private practice, government lawyer, in-house counsel and academia.   The completion of this degree is the first step in enabling graduates to practise law in Australia. In conjunction with further study and meeting the requirements of the Legal Practitioners Boards of the various Australian States and Territories, one may gain admission as a legal practitioner. Due to rule changes in various States and Territories, students should always confirm admission requirements in the particular jurisdiction in which they wish to practise. In conjunction with further study, the degree can also be used to gain admission internationally.
    Combined Degrees / Further Study

        * Master of Sports Management
        * Postgraduate Diploma of Legal Practice (PLT)


        * Bachelor of Sports Management
        * Bachelor of Laws


    We offer a range of scholarships to help students with the costs of tuition. All scholarships, including benefits and requirements are detailed in the Bond University Scholarship Program.


    FEE-HELP is an interest free loan available to Australian citizens and those holding a permanent humanitarian visa.

    In addition to FEE-HELP, there is a range of financing options available to students. Why not attend a free Investing in your future seminar to find out more?

    *Subject to accreditation by the Australian Physiotherapy Council

    Course Structure

    Students studying the Bachelor of Laws / Bachelor of Sports Management must complete 22 compulsory law subjects, 2 elective law subjects, 17 compulsory sports management subjects and 4 core subjects.
    Compulsory LAW Subjects (22)

        * LAWS11-110 Australian Legal System
        * LAWS11-111 Legal Skills
        * LAWS11-210 Law of Civil Remedies
        * LAWS11-211 Principles of Tortious Liability
        * LAWS11-212 Principles of Contractual Liability
        * LAWS11-213 Law of Obligations
        * LAWS11-214 Criminal Law and Procedure A
        * LAWS11-215 Criminal Law and Procedure B
        * LAWS11-216 Constitutional Law
        * LAWS11-311 Property Law
        * LAWS11-312 Land Law
        * LAWS11-313 Equity
        * LAWS11-314 Personal Property Transactions
        * LAWS11-315 Business Associations
        * LAWS11-316 Corporations Law
        * LAWS11-317 Administrative Law
        * LAWS11-318 Evidence
        * LAWS11-319 Civil Procedure
        * LAWS11-320 Legal Ethics and Professional Conduct
        * LAWS11-321 Bookkeeping and Trust Accounts
        * LAWS13-433 Sports Law
        * LAWS13-463 Alternative Dispute Resolution

    Compulsory Sports Management Subjects (17)

        * ACCT11-100 Introduction to Accounting
        * ENFB13-304 Business Plan Development
        * FINC 13-308 Personal Finance
        * MGMT11-101 Organisational Behaviour
        * MGMT13-305 Human Resource Management
        * MKTG11-100 Marketing
        * SPMT11-103 Event Management
        * SPMT11-115 Sport Organisation, Governance and Policy
        * SPMT12-107 Sport Tourism
        * SPMT12-120 Public and Non Profit Sport management
        * SPMT12-122 Club Management
        * SPMT13-XXX Media and Public Relations in Sport
        * SPMT13-110 Player Management
        * SPMT13-112 Sport Marketing
        * SPMT13-125 High Performance Sport Management
        * SPMT13-700 Professional Experience Sports Management
        * SSUD12-304 Asset and Facilities Management

    Core Subjects (4)

    Students must complete at least one subject from each of the following four discipline clusters:

          Communication (1)
              o CORE11-100 Communication Skills
              o CORE11-101 Public Speaking: Presentation Skills for Leaders

          Outcomes: To communicate effectively in writing, speaking and visual; to understand the nature of communication processes and sources of difficulty in communication.
          Information Technology (1)
              o CORE11-110 Information Technology 1
              o CORE11-111 Business Applications of IT

          Outcomes: To work effectively with contemporary information technology; to evaluate critically the current and future role of computing technology in the storage, retrieval and processing of information.
          Values (1)
              o CORE11-120 Cultural and Ethical Values
              o CORE11-121 Contemporary Issues in Law and Society

          Outcomes: To appreciate the foundation of moral, ethical and social theories and their relevance to issues of public concern and debate; to use theoretical ideas in formulating arguments about how particular issues should be resolved.
          Organisations (1)

        * CORE11-130 Strategic Management
        * CORE11-131 Entrepreneurship

    Outcomes: To appreciate the natural, dynamic and strategic positioning of organisations within their environments; to appreciate the nature of effective work in groups.

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