- 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:
LAWS402 Civil Procedure
LAWS403 Crime, Criminology and the Criminal Justice System
LAWS415 Transnational Business Law
LAWS426 Commercial Transactions
LAWS431 International Environmental Law
LAWS434 Environmental Law
LAWS435 Law and Information Technology
LAWS436 Legal Ethics
LAWS439 Law, Society and Domestic Violence
LAWS468 Law of Intellectual Property
LAWS489 Directed Study
LAWS490 Directed Study
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).
- Biological Sciences
- Materials and Process Engineering
- Computer Science
- Earth Sciences
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.
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.