bsc. Management with law
Is this programme for me?
This degree combines essential elements from both the BSc Management and LLB (Law) programme, giving you an opportunity for both critical and theoretical study. This degree is for you if you:
- wish to pursue a career in law or management, or run a legal practice
- are seeking employment, either in the public or private sector, where a demonstrated ability for logical reasoning is required.
To provide you with a thorough grounding in both accounting and law; the programmes take a broad approach to the subjects rather than focusing on narrow technicalities.
The degree consists of 12 courses when taken through the Standard Route and 9 courses through the Graduate Entry Route.
Prestige and career progression
The programme has been developed by academics at The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), regarded as an international centre of academic excellence and innovation in the social sciences. This degree will prepare you for a career in accounting or law, areas of commerce such as insurance, banking, sales or marketing, or as a Company Secretary.
Flexible study at a reasonable cost
You have between 3-8 years to complete the programme (or a minimum of 2 years on the Graduate Entry Route). The total fee payable to the University is £3,528 for the Standard Route. The Graduate Entry Route costs £2,667. Please note that these figures do not reflect any annual fee increase and assume completion in the minimum study period permitted.
The study materials that we send you include:
- Strategies for success – an academic advice and study skills handbook containing information about study techniques, planning your studies, making the best use of resources and preparing for examinations.
- Student handbook.
- Subject guides (offering advice on how to use textbooks).
- Past exam papers and Examiners' reports - these resources are updated annually and are available to download.
Study support and online resources
You can either study independently at a pace that suits you, or enrol for additional classes at a local institution (either full time or part time) and benefit from the more formalized support this provides.
LSE arranges a Study weekend in February each year. This consists of short courses desgined to help you with examination preparation and technique. You will also have the opportunity to discuss your studies with subject specialists.
LSE also runs a Summer School each year, usually from July to mid-August, to which all students are welcome.
Online resources including Examiners' reports and past exam papers, the Student handbook, Regulations, course information sheets, reading lists, a ‘News and notices’ section. It also contains the first four chapters of subject guides for most courses. On registering you will also gain access to the Virtual Learning Environment.
Online Library giving access to Justis.com, JSTOR, ABI/INFORM, Academic Search Premier and Business Source Premier.