UAB

Bachelor's Degree in Business Management and Administration + Law

Presentation

Why the degree in Business Administration and Management + Law?

The Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration and Management and Law allows students to take two degrees over six years, offering a sound training in law and business studies that qualifies its graduates for posts of the maximum responsibility.

Graduates will have the knowledge needed to create, manage, advise and assess all kinds of businesses, especially those with a legal component (taxation, employment, accounting, etc.).

They will also have received a basic training in law, which prepares them to delve more deeply into more specialised areas.

Students are given an initial overview of the Spanish legal and institutional system and the main relations and institutions governed by it.

Graduates can also work as economists and legal experts in the technical departments of any public administration.

Student Profile

Certain aptitudes are recommendable in order to follow this course:
  • Interest in understanding the business world and the economic situation from a legal perspective.
  • Sense of justice and interest in Public Institutions.
  • Skills in mathematics.
  • Ability to use IT tools.
  • Skills in reading and in oral and written expression.

 

Career options

Graduates' employability is high, since they have the opportunities provided by both degrees and are also qualified for posts that require expertise in both fields.

The degree in Business Management and Administration provides students with the skills needed to carry out any type of business activity, from the creation of a small business (entrepreneur) to the development of managing activities at the highest level (financial management, commercial management, controllers, human resource management, etc.). Students will also acquire the skills needed for the evaluation and auditing of businesses, for banking and other financial companies (management of funds, stock markets, assessment of qualifications, etc.), as well as the preparation needed to access public administration posts related to business management.
The degree in Law qualifies graduates to work in any branch of legal work: administrative, civil, economic, commercial, employment, international, procedural, criminal, tax, etc. In addition, by taking the corresponding postgraduate course, they can practise as lawyers.

Law graduates can take competitive exams to work as judges, notaries, registrars, public prosecutors, state lawyers, diplomats, officers in international organisations, etc. In many of these exams it is extremely useful to have a knowledge of business management. Conversely, those with a legal background can be at an advantage when taking competitive exams with an economic component (tax inspection, employment and social security inspection, etc.).

Graduates having a knowledge combination that equips them to give both legal and economic advice are at a great advantage compared to other profiles.

Evaluation

Continuous assessment, taking into account all the students' work in class, in practicums and in oral and written presentations.

Timetables

Mornings

Academic calendar

Academic calendar

Learning resources

Learning resources

Faculty of Economics and Business Studies
http://www.uab.cat/economia-empresa/english
Bellaterra Campus
Pre-enrolment code: 21098
80 places
Number of credits: 396 ECTS
Duration: 5.5 or 6 years
Language: Catalan and Spanish
Price per credit: 25.27 euros.
Specific scholarships: Students holding Ítaca UAB - Banco Santander grants are admitted.
Classroom-based learning
Period of study: Each academic year is divided into two semesters.
Social Sciences and Law

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