Bachelor of Commerce in Law (Part Time)

Programme overview:

Bachelor of Commerce in Law (Part Time) next start date Next start date: 29 August 2021
17 October 2021
Bachelor of Commerce in Law (Part Time) duration Duration:
Minimum: 3 years
Maximum: 5 years
Bachelor of Commerce in Law (Part Time) support Support: Fully supported

Programme details:

NQF Level 7 | Commerce and Law | Part Time Study

More information:

Entry requirements
You need a South African National Senior Certificate (NSC) with Bachelor degree entry or an equivalent foreign secondary qualification on an NSC level with Bachelor degree entry approved by Universities South Africa (USAf). Or If you have an international school-leaving certificate, you need to provide a certificate of exemption issued by Universities South Africa (USAf).
• You should have successfully completed the relevant Eduvos foundation programme. On successful completion of the foundation programme, students are required to apply to Universities South Africa
(USAf) for a certificate of exemption in order to be admitted to a degree programme.
• You should have successfully completed a higher certificate qualification in a cognate field.
• You need 25 or more Eduvos points.
Price: From R60 000 per year (based on full settlement payment option) - excluding hardware/software requirements. Please consult the fee structure for additional information.
Programme accreditation
• Accredited by the Higher Education Quality Committee (HEQC) of the Council on Higher Education (CHE).
• Registered with the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA).
Possible career options
Fascinated by business, politics or banking?
The careers for you, as a Bachelor of Commerce in Law graduate, are varied and include:
• Banking
• Business administration
• Entrepreneurship
• Insurance
• Management
• Payrol Administration
• Human Resource Management
This qualification is offered at the following campuses
Qualification structure
Year 1
Students are introduced to basic principles of law, accounting, human resource and business management. Computer literacy and various introductory business skills subjects are included in the curriculum.
• Accounting for Law Students
• Business English
• Business Management 1A
• Business Management 1B
• Computer Skills
• Employment Relations 1
• Family Law
• Human Resource Management 1
• Introduction to Law 1A
• Introduction to Law 1B
• Law of Persons
• Quantitative Techniques
Year 2
Students are required to select one major in addition to the Law major for the Bcom Law degree. Students can either select Law and Business Management or Law and Human Resource Management as a major.

• Economics 1A
• Economics 1B
• Entrepreneurial Law
• Human Resource Information Systems
• Individual Labour Law
• Insolvency Law
• Law of Banking and Instruments of Payment
• Law of Succession  
• Research Methodology

And add one group from the following which will serve as your major in third year.
Group 1: Business Management 2A
               Business Management 2B
Group 2: Human Resource Management 2A
               Human Resource Management 2B
Students who passed the Human Resource Information Systems exams with 75%+ will receive a SAGE payroll certificate.
Year 3
Students develop an advanced level of knowledge and skills in both law and their chosen fields of specialisation.
• Collective Labour Law
• Law of Contract
• Law of Delict
• Law of Property
• Law of Sale and Lease
• Research Project
• Work Integrated Learning (WIL)

And add one group from the following groups based on your selection from year 2.
Group 1: Business Management 3A
               Business Management 3B
Group 2: Human Resource Management 3A
               Human Resource Management 3B