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The LL.B. Program in Business Law is a full-time program. Each academic year is divided into two semesters.
In each semester, courses normally last for 16 weeks. Some courses may be offered in summer. A summer course runs for at least 6 weeks, and the total teaching time must be equal to that of the courses offered during the normal semesters.
Students are required to complete a minimum of 125 credits within 7 academic years, but no sooner than 7 semesters or three and a half academic years. For those who hold an undergraduate degree in subject areas other than law, the specified periods are reduced to 6 years and 6 semesters (three academic years) respectively.
Program structure and courses
In order to be awarded an LL.B. degree in Business Law, students are required to complete a minimum of 125 credits which shall consist of:
The program is taught in English.