Programmes / Bachelors Programmes / Bachelor of Law / Learning Outcomes
Gain knowledge and understanding of key concepts related to English and the use of computers.
Develop an understanding of citizenship through the transfer of knowledge relating to humanities and social sciences issues and challenges.
Be able to exercise cognitive skills such as argument, logic and reasoning in order to enhance the breadth and diversity of student’s intellectual experience.
Be able to critically analyse and evaluate different ideas and information and make decisions based on scientific, quantitative and critical reasoning.
Be able to apply the knowledge and skills gained in the use of English language, mathematics and computers to access, evaluate, orgnise and communicate information.
Be able to apply knowledge drawn from the natural and social sciences in order to understand real life experiences for continuing learning.
Gain knowledge and skills required for successful performance as a university student.
Exercise the appropriate skills of comprehension and communication using English language, quantitative methods and computer use, for the understanding, recognition and critical review of a range of scientific and cultural topics respectively.
Acquire advanced knowledge and understanding of the law and its role in society.
Acquire foundational competencies necessary for the practice of law.
Acquire the necessary legal knowledge for developing problem-solving, advocacy and persuasion, research, communication and collaboration skills.
Critically analyse legal problems and propose solutions.
Analyse cases & legal provisions and produce convincing arguments verbally and in writing.
Demonstrate a critical understanding of the principles and values of justice and ethical and professional responsibility.
Conduct research in legal issues, individually or as part of a team.
Have the ability to think analytically and creatively in approaching and generating solutions to legal issues.
Demonstrate communication skills including effective listening negotiation, persuasion and presentation.
Demonstrate the ability to work in a team, including leadership & team building.
Identify new developments in legislation and courts’ judgement.
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