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    Graduates are likely to be employed in the arts or law fields, but broader opportunities exist for careers in arts management and policy. The complementary nature of this dual degree will be highly regarded by employers in the industry.

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    Accredited by the Legal Profession Admission Board (NSW).

    Areas of study
    Undergraduate
    Why study law
    Programs
    Actuarial Studies/Law
    Arts & Business/Law
    Arts/Law
    Art Theory/Law
    Commerce/Law
    Computer Science/Law
    Criminology & Criminal Justice/Law
    Engineering/Law
    Economics/Law
    Fine Arts/Law
    International Studies/Law
    Media (Communication & Journalism)/Law
    Media (PR & Advertising)/Law
    Media (Screen & Sound Production)/Law
    Medicinal Chemistry/Law
    Music/Law
    Planning/Law
    Psychology (Honours)/Laws
    Psychological Science/Laws
    Science & Business/Law
    Science (Advanced Maths)/Law
    Science (Advanced)/Law
    Science/Law
    Social Research & Policy/Law
    Social Work (Hons)/Law
    Entry
    Law Admission Test (LAT)
    Class format
    Law in Action
    Scholarships & prizes
    Information events & dates
    Student Law Society
    Postgraduate
    UNSW JD
    Research degrees
    International students
    Continuing Professional Development
    Non Award Enrolment and Cross Institutional Study
    Indigenous entry
    Careers
    Calendar of dates
    Student profiles
    The new curriculum
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    Careers
    Graduates are likely to be employed in the arts or law fields, but broader opportunities exist for careers in arts management and policy. The complementary nature of this dual degree will be highly regarded by employers in the industry.

    Accreditation
    Accredited by the Legal Profession Admission Board (NSW).

    Areas of study
    Undergraduate
    Why study law
    Programs
    Actuarial Studies/Law
    Arts & Business/Law
    Arts/Law
    Art Theory/Law
    Commerce/Law
    Computer Science/Law
    Criminology & Criminal Justice/Law
    Engineering/Law
    Economics/Law
    Fine Arts/Law
    International Studies/Law
    Media (Communication & Journalism)/Law
    Media (PR & Advertising)/Law
    Media (Screen & Sound Production)/Law
    Medicinal Chemistry/Law
    Music/Law
    Planning/Law
    Psychology (Honours)/Laws
    Psychological Science/Laws
    Science & Business/Law
    Science (Advanced Maths)/Law
    Science (Advanced)/Law
    Science/Law
    Social Research & Policy/Law
    Social Work (Hons)/Law
    Entry
    Law Admission Test (LAT)
    Class format
    Law in Action
    Scholarships & prizes
    Information events & dates
    Student Law Society
    Postgraduate
    UNSW JD
    Research degrees
    International students
    Continuing Professional Development
    Non Award Enrolment and Cross Institutional Study
    Indigenous entry
    Careers
    Calendar of dates
    Student profiles
    The new curriculum
    VIEW BROCHURE ONLINE

    Read more about undergraduate programs at UNSW.

    View brochure online

    Download PDF

    Request a hardcopy

    This dual degree will expand and challenge both your creative and analytical sides. You’ll focus on the visual culture of the 19th, 20th and 21st centuries and have the opportunity to take studio electives such as drawing and photography.

    This will be supplemented by contemporary, relevant and hands on studies in law that could see you travelling overseas, taking up an internship at the Arts Law Centre of Australia, and learning about international copyright law.

    Art Theory/Law is jointly offered by UNSW Law and UNSW Art & Design.

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