Bachelors of Commerce and Bachelor of Legislative Law (B.Com + LLB) - Course Overview

Duration: 5.0 yrs | Mode: Regular| Avg. Fees: 3,00,000 / Year

48 courses | 52 colleges

About Bachelors of Commerce and Bachelor of Legislative Law (B.Com + LLB)

B.Com + LLB is a five-year undergraduate program that is a combination of law and commerce studies. The course is divided into ten semesters designed to provide students with knowledge of subjects of the commerce and business background along with different laws vital in a professional world. 

B.Com+ LLB is a great career choice for those who have an interest in business and law together as it allows candidates to gain full knowledge and gain two degrees within the span of five years i.e. Bachelors of Commerce and Bachelor of Legislative Law. The medium of instruction for B.Com + LLB is English in most of the universities. 

Bachelors of Commerce and Bachelor of Legislative Law (B.Com + LLB) Eligiblity Criteria

  • Minimum Qualification Required: 10+2
  • Minimum Marks Required: 50% to 60%, varies from college to college.
  • Age Limit: The maximum age limit for seeking admission in B.com + LLB course is 20 years for general category & 22 years for reserved category.

B.Com + LLB Admission Process

  • Admission to the B.Com + LLB program is strictly on the basis of national level common entrance exams
  • Government/state colleges conducted their common entrance tests.

Here’s a list of widely popular Common Entrance Tests for B.Com + LLB

  • CLAT Entrance Exam
  • LSAT Common Entrance Test

Bachelors of Commerce and Bachelor of Legislative Law (B.Com + LLB) Syllabus

First Year:

Business Statistics

Auditing 1

Business Communication

Financial Auditing

Women, Child & Law

Economics

English 1

Law of Contract 1

Law of Contract 2

 

Second Year:

Consumer Protection Law

Corporate Accounting

Constitutional Law 1

Environmental Studies

Business Communication 2

Law of Crimes 1

Proficiency

Law of Contract 3

History of Courts & Legislation in India

 

Third Year:

Family Law 1

Research Methodology

Foreign Language

Civil Procedure 1

Civil Procedure 2

Labor Law 1

Jurisprudence 1

Jurisprudence 2

Labor Law 2

 

Fourth Year:

Moot Court 1

Proficiency

International Law

Banking & Financial Institution & Dispute Systems

Administrative Law

Property Law

Seminar 1/2/3

Intellectual Property Rights

Taxation

 

Fifth Year:

Moot Court 4

Penology

Professional Ethics

Moot Court 5

Public International Law

Proficiency

Criminology

Pre-trial Preparation

Project Report

Career Options and Job Prospects

After pursuing the dual degree in B.Com + LLB, it is mandatory for students to complete 20 weeks of internship during their 5 years of coursework after which candidates are eligible to work. The different employment areas for graduates of the field are Sales, Tax & Excise, Consultancies, State Police Departments, Banks, and Colleges.

The widely popular job roles for B.Com + LLB graduates are:

  • HR Manager
  • Lawyer
  • Advocate
  • Legal Advisor
  • Corporate Lawyer
  • Attorney General
  • Law Officer
  • Assistant Officer
  • Law Reporter
  • Management Accountant