At a Glance
|Faculty||: Faculty of Law|
|Department||: Dept. of Law|
|Program||: Bachelor of Laws (Hons)|
|Duration||: 4 Years (12 Semesters)|
|Total Credit||: 136|
|Academic System||: Open Credit Hour System|
The Department of Law offers a 4-year bachelor degree on 'Bachelor of Laws (Hons)'. To become a graduate in this field one has to complete 136 credits.
Minimum 2nd division or GPA 2.5 in both SSC and HSC or equivalent examinations or 'O' Level in five subjects and 'A' Level in two major subjects with minimum 'C' grade in each or US high school diploma.
The required courses for this program are stated below :
|Course Type||No. of Courses||Credit Hours|
|1.||General Education (GED) Courses||02||06|
|2.||Computer Course (CIT)||01||02|
|3.||English Foundation Courses (ENG)||02||06|
|B||Departmental Courses (LAW)|
|1.||Compulsory Core Courses||44||113|
|2.||Legal Practice/Adv. workshops||02||06|
|3.||Legal Research & Monograph||01||03|
In addition, students may be required to take non-credit remedial courses depending on their level of proficiency in English.
The degree offers students the opportunity of pursuing careers in the diverse legal profession including government, education, banking, foreign service, law reform & legal research, mediation, social activism, labor relations, politics, business, etc.