Given the steady increase in the number of contracts, agreements, regulations and laws that have economic implications on both a national and international level, a strong knowledge of business and law is vital to professional success. The Bachelor's degree program in Business Law at the JKU can be tailored to suit two professional profiles: Depending on your personal interests, you can choose to specialize in either corporate law or tax law. Special feature: You can acquire a solid, base-knowledge education in law and business without completing the Diploma degree program in Law!
Solid, sound dual education in Law and Business
Learn about business and economic correlations through case studies
Opportunity to specialize and focus on subjects of personal interest
Acquire advanced foreign language skills for legal experts
Bachelor's Degree in
Bachelor of Business Law/Bachelor of Tax Law (LL.B.)
German (Level C1)
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Program Objectives, Job Opportunities, Career Prospects
As an aspiring legal expert in business and law, you will learn to better understand the correlations between business and economics. The Bachelor's degree program in Business Law includes courses in basic legal and business principles, preparing you to complete advanced courses in the field of corporate and tax law and become better aware of legal dimensions in business. You will be educated in the following areas:
- Business Administration
- Commercial Criminal Law
- Civil Law
- Public Law
- Tax Law
- European Law
- Legal Gender Studies
In addition, the Bachelor's degree in Business Law supports the thought process linking business and law, sharpening your perspective of global relationships and international cooperation.
Advanced-level courses in tax law can prepare you for positions
- as a tax consultant
- at a government financial agency
- as a company tax expert
Graduates specializing in the area of Business Law can pursue a number of exciting professions, especially at
- large companies (such as in Legal Departments, Procurement Departments, or in management)
- Banks and Insurance Companies
- Energy and Telecommunications Companies
- State or federal service sectors
Please Note: Students who wish to pursue certain legal professions (such as practicing attorney, notary public, judge) must graduate from the Diploma degree program in Law; graduates of the Bachelor's degree in Business Law cannot pursue these professions.
ADVANCED DEGREES AT THE JKU
Recommended Study Plan
The Bachelor's degree program requires completing courses totaling 180 ECTS credits in the following subject areas:
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|Fundamentals of Law||x||x||x||x||x|
|Fundamentals of Social Sciences, Business & Economics||x||x||x||x|
|Fundamentals/Advanced Social Sciences, Business & Economics||x|
|Advanced Courses (Corporate Attorney/Tax Attorney)||x||x|
Sections of the program can be completed online via the MuSSS (Multimedia Studies Services SOWI) program.
Credits from some of the courses in the Bachelor's degree program Business Law can be acknowledged in the Diploma degree program in Law.