BCom Law: Cross examining BCom Law
A big part of learning is asking questions. That’s why we always welcome them at The IIE Varsity College. We take time to provide answers on our academic offerings, state-of-the-art campuses and our educators. This is especially true when it comes to helping you choose the right programme for your future. When choosing a
law degree, you have options, so it’s important to know all you can. Our IIE Bachelor of Commerce in Law is a popular programme but there are a few questions that seem to come up time and time again. We get to the bottom of these below.
Why would I choose BCom Law over an LLB?
Getting a law degree is an impressive feat no matter which option you choose. A BCom in Law is recommended to students that have a dual interest in law and business. That way, these students are free to pursue either option once they have their degree. Further study might be necessary depending on which aspects of law you’re drawn to.
How does it prepare me for my future?
The world of employment as we know it has undergone rapid change. These days, companies and industries are favouring multi-faceted candidates that display skills in various areas. This makes a BCom Law a great choice to help you stand out. With an interest and knowledge in both law and business, you’ll be an asset to a company that might need you for both aspects.
Is it accredited?
The short answer: absolutely. This qualification will equip you with a good foundation and well-rounded education on legal entities and business fundamentals. As a result, employers will appreciate your abilities todraw important parallels between the law and business realms. As an added bonus, an IIE Bachelor of Commerce in Law from The IIE Varsity College is accredited. This makes it an asset to your CV when it’s time to start looking for a job.
Which industries can I work in?
With this BCom Law qualification, you could find yourself in either the public or private sector. You will also be able to continue your path in law with more advanced studies in order to practice. Those who favour the business side of things may pursue entrepreneurship and run or manage a business.
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At The IIE Varsity College, we respect your goals and what it takes to achieve them. It’s why we offer advanced academic support to all of our students so that we can take them further faster. If you’re interested in The IIE’s Bachelor of Commerce in Law, find out more.