HND Law – Course Structure
The 2 year course develops your knowledge from both a practical and a theoretical perspective.
You will explore the foundations of the English legal system through the modules below, as well as completing a Dissertation/case study.
|Year 1||Sources of Law and Judicial Reasoning|
|Contract I: Formation and Contents|
|Crime I: General Principles|
|Public Law I: Constitutional Concepts and Institutions|
|Law in Practice I: Civil and Criminal Courts and Police Procedures|
|Legal Personnel and Institutions|
|Contract II: Performance and Breach|
|Crime II: Specific Offences|
|Public Law II: Constitutional and Administrative Law|
|Law in Practice II: Introduction to Employment and Discrimination Law|
|Year 2||European Union Law|
|The Law of Trusts|
|Law in Practice III: Introduction to Conveyancing|
|The Law of Tort|
Entry requirements (2 year)
- Candidates to be at least 18 years of age
- Hold 4 GCSEs or equivalent (including English and Maths) or 120 UCAS points
Entry requirements (final year entry)
- Higher National Certificate (HNC) Law or equivalent
English proficiency – for non-English speaking countries as defined by the UKBA
- IELTS 5.0 or equivalent
- June 2013
- September 2013
- 2 years, full-time
- St. Patrick’s
St. Patrick’s UCAS Code
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