Old Aberdeen Campus
Law involves not only the study of legal rules, but the development of intellectual qualities such as clear, careful and independent thought; precise use of language; the capacity to analyse and solve complex problems; the ability to present arguments in a clear, reasoned and logical manner; the power to distinguish the relevant from the irrelevant; and, generally, thoroughness of inquiry.
Year 1: Criminal Law; Foundations of Private Law; Legal System; Contract; UK Constitutional Law; Delict and Unjustified Enrichment.
Year 2: Administrative Law and Civil Liberties; EU Institutions and Law; The Law of Property; Commercial Organisations and Insolvency; Family Law; Introduction to Legal Theory; Succession and Trusts.
Year 3: Evidence; Commercial and Consumer Contracts; Two Honours (Advanced) courses.
Year 4: Four Honours (Advanced) courses; Dissertation.
2024 entry requirements:
AAAA or AAABB including English at National 5. Higher English preferred. Those with Highers at BBBB by end of S5 are encouraged to apply.
Widening access entry:
4 Highers at BBBC. Additional Highers/Advanced Highers in S6.
Please refer to list below
Arts and Social Sciences
|Law with options in Accountancy
Law with options in Business Management
Law with options in Economics
Law with options in French
Law with options in Gaelic
Law with options in German
Law with options in Mandarin
Law with options in Music
Law with options in Spanish