The Bachelor of Laws / Bachelor of Aviation Management equips students with the skills to work in commercial and general legal practice and in aviation management.
The Bachelor of Laws / Bachelor of Aviation Management equips students with the skills to work in commercial and general legal practice and in aviation management. All students undertake three law-related professional experience placements of 20 days each.
Gain insight into how airlines and airports operate. Learn how aircraft are designed, operated and maintained; why aircraft follow certain routes; and how airlines and airports collaborate with supply chain partners to get passengers to their destination safely and profitably.
The course covers legal principles and practices, including regulatory compliance and contract law, which are of critical importance in the aviation industry.
Graduates will have a sound professional understanding of the aviation industry and associated environments, and skills in organisational, regulatory, safety, technical and business management.
2019 Guaranteed Entry ATAR: 90
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Course Prerequisitesr>VCE Units 3 and 4 – a minimum study score of 25 in any English (except EAL) or 30 in English as Alternate Language (EAL) or equivalentr>VCE Units 3 and 4 : a study score of at least 20 in any Mathematicsr>r>Meeting the minimum entry requirements for the course does not guarantee offer of a place. See Admissions at Swinburne for general information about the admission process.
Applications for Semester 1 for courses listed on the VTAC Guide are generally made through VTAC. Under certain circumstances, some students (e.g. Non-Year 12) may apply directly to Swinburne. Find out more about how to apply.r>r>Applications for all other intakes should be made directly to Swinburne.