All businesses operate within a comprehensive, and often increasingly complex, legal framework. By specializing in Business Law in USQ's Bachelor of Business and Commerce, you will gain an appreciation of these laws, but you will also develop the skills needed to examine the facts, analyses statutory provisions, develop arguments based on legal principles, and communicate these effectively.
If you are looking to practice law, you need to study a Bachelor of Laws. However, if you would like to strengthen your knowledge of the running of major companies and the legal framework involved with their success, you would be well-advised to include Business Law in your Bachelor of Business and Commerce, which you can do as a first or second major.
As a graduate majoring in Business Law, your career opportunities may include: legal studies teacher (with further study), public service, company secretary, government departments, non-government agencies, and legal organizations.