The courses on the three-year Bachelor programme consist of both business economic and legal courses:
The business economic disciplines constitute about half of the courses and provides you with a thorough knowledge of accounting, organisation, economics and IT. The legal courses cover topics such as law of property, international commercial law, EU law, corporate law and tax law.
The teaching varies between lectures, practical assignment lessons in smaller groups and project work in study groups. Altogether it prepares you for the range of possible job function, you will have after graduation.
The study is built around interdisciplinary topics, which will allow you to apply your skills within law and business economics on current problems and issues.
The Bachelor programme is concluded with the Bachelor project. The Bachelor programme qualifies for several business economic graduate programmes, e.g. the MSc Business Administration and Commercial Law, cand.merc.(jur.) which is an obvious continuation.