The Bachelor of Laws (LLB) prepares jurists and managers for their roles in managing complex problems in the public and private sectors, as well as in the arena of law.
After completing the Bachelor of Laws, students should be able to:
Implement the knowledge and appreciation of the values and principles of law as enshrined in the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa.
Demonstrate critical thinking and analytical reasoning as required in the law profession, academic, professional and career contexts.
Completion of this qualification will provide articulation into NQF level 9 programmes in the relevant fields of law (LLM).
NQF Level : Level 8
SAQA Credits : 255
SAQA ID : 111055
Registration fee: R1300.00
Credit Card (you can use your budget facility)
Internet Banking Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT)
The minimum entry requirement for this qualification is:
1. Southern Business School' Bachelor of Commerce in Law degree on NQF level 7; or
2. An accredited undergraduate degree in law on NQF level 7 (such as Bachelor of Arts in Law) and should include sufficient and appropriate study of Private Law; specifically the following (7) subjects: Introduction to South African Law, The Law of Persons, South African Family Law, The Law of Property, The Law of Succession, The Law of Contract and The Law of Delict; or
3. An accredited undergraduate degree on NQF level 7. In the event of an applicant not complying with the minimum admission requirements as stated above, he/she must complete the following bridging subjects prior to commencing with the qualification: Introduction to South African Law, The Law of Persons, South African Family Law, The Law of Property, The Law of Succession, The Law of Contract and The Law of Delict.