Course Overview Validation Jointly awarded by Nottingham Trent University and HETAC Framework Level HETAC Level 8 CAO Code GC 404 Minimum Requirements 250 points / 2C3s (Hons) + 4D3s (Ord) to include Maths and a language Duration 3 years Full time (timetables) Apply Through the CAO or directly at www.gcd.ie/apply
The BA (Hons) in Business and Law degree provides you with a balanced educational programme in both business and law. Individual modules have been refined to provide an ideal programme to acquire and apply a specialist mix of knowledge to the evolving business and legal environment in Ireland.
Moreover, as law is the ultimate regulator of relationships in society, it also has a profound economic and social significance. The commercial context of law rests largely in the broader business arena, where specialist areas range from contract to property, commercial to EU law, amongst others.
Law of Contract (I and II) Equity and Trusts (I and II) European Union Law (I and II) Constitutional Law (I and II) Land Law (I and II) Company Law (I and II) Tort Law (I and II) Financial Accounting Jurisprudence (I and II) Introduction to Law and the Legal Skills 1 Employee Relations & the Law International Business Quantitative Methods Management Accounting Strategic Management Business Economics Marketing Management* Human Resource Management* Introduction to Law and the Legal Skills 2 Administrative Law* Dissertation* Taxation* * These modules will be offered as electives. Elective modules are offered subject to demand
The degree enables graduates to sit the Law Society of Ireland's entrance examinations. Graduates may also choose to advance their studies and research skills at postgraduate level. Graduates are also automatically eligible to sit the Honorable Society of King's Inns' entrance examinations. Once you have successfully completed the five entrance examinations you may then complete the Honorable Society of King's Inns' Barrister at Law degree, in just one year. Graduates may also pursue further studies at postgraduate or masters level in a wide range of disciplines.
On completion of the course you can pursue a career in business by working closely with the departments of the organisation, providing expert legal advice on marketing, personnel, production, etc. Marketing management opportunities may also arise in the financial services sector, particularly in the area of corporate legal advice. Alternatively, you can apply your general business and administrative skills to the management of a legal practice.
Applications must be in by the 14th of September.
Fill out the application form here.
Send a copy of your degree, CV and a copy of your photo ID by email .
Our Admissions Team will endeavour to contact you within 10 working days if you are successful in gaining a place.
Proceed to register to the course & cover your fees online or by bank draft
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For Undergraduate courses:
- Full time Applicants under 23 years of age should apply through CAO.
- Mature applicants should apply directly to Griffith College.
- International applicants should also apply directly.
- For further information on the correct application procedure for you, please contact the Admissions Office for more details.
For Postgraduate courses:
- Postgraduate applicants may apply directly to Griffith College before 30th September each year. Applicants will be required to provide evidence of their undergraduate degree final results for entry. Griffith College welcomes applications from those who do not meet the academic requirements but who have extensive industry experience. For such applications, an additional interview will be required. Contact the Admissions Office for more details.