B Degree BCom(Law)

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Applicants must also comply with the admission requirements of the home faculty.

*A minimum rating in either Afrikaans or English. Applicants with a mark of 4 in the language of teaching may in the discretion of the faculty be allowed conditionally.

Recommended Subjects: Accounting, Economics, a third language, Geography, History, Information technology, Life Sciences, Physical Sciences.

 

The purpose of this qualification is for students to acquire a basic knowledge and reflective understanding of the prescribed substantive law, as well as the basic competence and the basic practical skills that will enable them to apply the substantive law formally in the competent and effective provision of legal services to the community.

 

Programme

Minimum APS (Admission Point Score)

Language of Teaching and Learning

Other recognised Language

Mathematics

OR Mathematical Literacy

Life Orientation

Other 3 subjects

Campus

DEGREE QUALIFICATIONS (3-4 YEARS)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bcom Law

With Mathematics:  Total of 27               

With Mathematical Literacy: Total of 28

5 in either Afrikaans or English

4

3

4

5

4

APK

 A minimum M-score of 14 is required 

SYMBOLS

A

B

C

D

E

MARKS

HIGHER GRADE

5

4

3

2

1

STANDARD GRADE

4

3

2

1

0

 

General

 i.       Students are registered only as full-time students for the LLB degree modules.

ii.       The minimum period of study for the LLB degree is four years, but this minimum period of study may be reduced to two years depending on the number of modules a student is credited with on the grounds of previous studies or prior learning.

iii.       The maximum period of study for the LLB degree is six years.

iv.        From 2008 there will be three elective modules in the fourth year: 1) Capita Selecta: Mercantile Law; 2) International Trade Law; and 3) Capita Selecta: Private Law B.

 

         

No.

Name of module

Code

Sem or Yr module

(SM or YM)

Remarks, prerequisites (P) and co-requisites (C)

NQF

crd

1

Law of Persons and the Family

PER0000

YM

 

32

2

Introduction to Legal Studies

IRS0000

YM

 

32

3

Economics 1A Module 1

Economics 1B Module 1

EKN1A01

EKN1B01

SM(1)

SM(2)

 

16

16

4

Business Management 1A Module 1

Business Management 1A Module 2

Business Management 1B Module 1

Business Management 1B Module 2

ONB1A01

ONB1A02

ONB1B01

ONB1B02

SM(1)

SM(1)

SM(2)

SM(2)

 

8

8

8

8

5

Both modules from one of the following module groups:

 

a

Accounting 1A Module 1

Accounting 1B Module 1

REK1A01

REK1B01

SM(1)

SM(2)

 

REK1A01 40% (P)

16

16

 

b

Accounting A Module 1

Accounting B Module 1

 

REK0A01

REK0B01

SM(1)

SM(2)

 

REK0A01 40% (P)

16

16

 

REK0A/0B does not give admission to REK2A/2B

   

No.

Name of module

Code

Sem or Yr mod

(SM or YM)

Remarks, prerequisites (P) and co-requisites (C)

NQF

crd

1

Law of Delict

DER0000

YM

Law of Persons and the Family (P)

32

2

Law of Succession

ERF0011

SM(2)

Law of Persons and the Family (P)

16

3

Indigenous Law

IRG0021

SM (2)

 

16

4,5

All modules from two of the following module groups:

 

a

Business Management 2A Module 1

Business Management 2A Module 2

Business Management 2B Module 1

Business Management 2B Module 2

ONB2A01

ONB2A02

ONB2B01

ONB2B02

SM(1)

SM(1)

SM(2)

SM(2)

ONB1A01/02 (P)

ONB1A01/02 (P)

8

8

8

8

 

b

Economics 2A Module 1

Economics 2B Module 1

EKN2A01

EKN2B02

SM(1)

SM(2)

 

EKN1B01 (P)

16

16

 

c

Accounting 2A Module 1

Accounting 2B Module 2

REK2A01

REK2B01

SM(1)

SM(2)

REK1A01, 1B01 (P)

REK2A01  40% (P)

16

16

  

No.

Name of module

Code

Sem or Yr mod

(SM or YM)

Remarks, prerequisites (P) and co-requisites (C)

NQF

crd

1

Law of Contract (including specific contracts)

KOR0000

YM

Law of Delict (C) and Law of Succession (C)

32

2

Law of Property

SAK0000

YM

Law of Delict (C) and Law of Succession (C)

32

3

Business Enterprises Law

KPR0011

SM(1)

Law of Contract (C)

16

4

Labour Law

ABR0021

SM(2)

Law of Contract (C)

16

5

One of the following modules:

 

a

Business Communication

SKM0021

SM(2)

 

16

 

b

Commercial Computer Systems

KRS2001

SM(2)

 

16

6

All modules from one of the following module groups:

 

a

Business Management 3A Module 1

Business Management 3B Module 1

ONB3A01

ONB3B01

SM(1)

SM(2)

ONB1A01/02, 1B01/02 (P)

ONB1A01/02, 2A01/02 (P)

16

16

 

b

Economics 3A Module 1

Economics 3B Module 1

EKN3A01

EKN3B01

SM(1)

SM(2)

EKN1A01/02, 1B01/02 (P)

EKN1A01/02, 1B01/02 (P)

16

16

 

c

Accounting 3A Module 1

Accounting 3B Module 1

REK3A01

REK3B01

SM(1)

SM(2)

REK2A01 (P)

REK2B01 (P) & 3A01 40% (P)

16

16

 

 

Interim measures

i.       Students who passed Roman Law (RRG0011) and Law of Things (SAK0021) before 2008 obtain credit for Law of Property (SAK0000).

ii.      Only applicable in 2008: Students who passed Roman Law (RRG0011) before 2008 may choose either Law of Property (SAK0000 YM) or Law of Things (SAK0021 SM(1)). Students who passed Law of Things (SAK0021) before 2008, but not Roman Law (RRG0011), must register for the second semester of Law of Property (SAK0000 YM) under code SAK0011 (Law of Things SM(2)).

 

     
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