Diploma in Prosecutions
The School of Law, in partnership with the Fiji Director of Public Prosecutions, has introduced a new program to provide training for prosecutors who do not have a degree in law. The new Diploma in Prosecutions commenced in 2006 with an enrolment of around 40 students. read more
Bachelor of Laws (LLB)
The full-time, four year Bachelor of Laws (LLB) degree program is offered to students who wish to obtain degree level qualifications in law, which may be used as a stepping stone to entry into the legal profession, or into business or public administration. Several different study options are available, including full-time study at the Emalus Campus in Port Vila, Vanuatu, and online course delivery. read more
Bachelor of Arts with Law Major or Law Minor (BA)
A three-year Bachelor of Arts degree may be taken which contains a major of law courses. The single law major comprises three of the first year courses in law, three of the second year law courses and three of the third year law courses. The courses for one major in a double major comprise: three of the first year law courses, three of the second year law courses, and two of the third year law courses. The courses for a Law minor comprise: two first year law courses, and three of the second or third year law courses.
These combined programs comprise 35 courses, of which 14 courses are towards the BA or B Com component, and 21 courses are towards the LLB component. The LLB component comprises the 20 compulsory courses of LLB and one elective law course. The BA or BCom component must be completed before any second year law courses are attempted.