Bachelor of Media (Screen & Sound Production)/Bachelor of Laws | Law

Bachelor of Media (Screen & Sound Production)/Bachelor of Laws

Program code: 
4752
UAC code: 
426000 (CSP)
Duration: 
5 years full time
Additional entry requirements: 
Law Admission Test
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Program overview

This dual degree develops and hones your law skills, equipping you with the required knowledge to work in a range of legal environments. Combining the professional Law degree with theoretical and practical experience in applications of established and emerging audio-visual media technologies (digital film and sound production, animation, interaction and game design as well as stage production and festival organisation) enables students to be at the forefront of an increasingly convergent media landscape.

Media (Screen & Sound Production)/Law is jointly offered by UNSW Law and the UNSW Arts & Social Sciences.

Careers

This degree combination is relevant to students interested in becoming lawyers within the media landscape or in audio-visual production industries. Graduates can find themselves in a wide range of careers, including working for large national and international law firms, entertainment law or audio-visual production industries.

Accreditation

Accredited by the Legal Profession Admission Board (NSW).