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Business Law and Policy

Undergraduate specialisation

Become an asset to almost any business by helping them stay legally compliant.

Course outline
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    Business Law and Policy Specialisation
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Course outline

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Course outline



This specialisation comprises four units that provide in-depth knowledge of business law to complement your overall area of study. It contains two core units and five optional units. Business law is an integral part of every business and having knowledge in this field will both enhance your career opportunities and provide a good foundation should you wish to operate your own business in the future.

The specialisation will boost your knowledge of business law and help you understand the risks and liabilities involved in making business decisions. It can boost your career prospects across a variety of industries, given that all businesses need people who can safeguard against legal risk.

This specialisation differs to the Business Law major as it is designed for students in any field of study who want to understand the basic laws of business while developing their career in the commercial world.

What jobs can the Business Law and Policy course lead to?


  • Business development manager
  • Owner/operator own business
  • Contracts and procurement specialist
  • Commercial manager


  • Accounting
  • Banking and finance
  • Government
  • Human resources
  • Law
  • Media and marketing
  • Property
  • Resources and renewables

What you'll learn

  • acquire discipline knowledge to enable them to be competent business law professionals in many areas of government, industry and community, GC2, GC1, GC6.
  • be innovative and resourceful in applying legal knowledge to resolve diverse business issues in creative and impactful ways, GC1, GC2, GC4, GC6.
  • develop a range of communication skills and explore the use of contemporary and emerging communication technologies to acquire and impart legal information in a fast-changing business landscape, GC3, GC4, GC5.
  • develop skills and capabilities that industries and employers seek and that will be able to engage in meaningful work and to make an impact on the world around them, GC6.
Credit for recognised learning (CRL)

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  • Curtin course code: SPUC-BSLAW
  • Last updated on: 20 July 2024

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