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BSc/LLB

  • The BSc/LLB requires 34 papers to complete. This template is intended as a model only. The order in which papers are taken can be adapted to suit students' individual requirements.
  • Students who wish to enrol in both LAWS305 and LAWS426 may count LAWS426 as one of the Optional Law 4 papers.
  • It is expected that students will take three different science subjects at Level 1.
  • Your programme will be approved by Te Piringa - Faculty of Law. Please also check your Science programme with the Faculty of Science & Engineering or the Faculty of Computing & Mathematical Sciences.
  • A maximum of three (or equivalent half papers) of the following Law papers may be credited towards the BSc:

To satisfy Council of Legal Education requirements, students wishing to proceed to the Professional Legal Studies Programme and admission as a Barrister and Solicitor, must complete a Level 4 paper in Legal Ethics (10 points).

BSc Subjects

  • Biological Sciences
  • Electronics*
  • Psychology
  • Chemistry
  • Materials and Process Engineering
  • Statistics
  • Computer Science
  • Mathematics
  • Earth Sciences
  • Physics

There are some specified programmes (eg Marine Science) that can be taken instead of a major in the BSc. Please refer to the Science & Engineering Handbook.

Degree Planner

View degree planner as PDF

If planning to enrol in this conjoint degree, first obtain approval for your Science programme from the Faculty of Science & Engineering, then meet with the Law Faculty administrators.

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