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Top Course Highlights
Small Class Sizes
Small class sizes at the University Centre lead to excellent student: teacher ratios and superior educational settings.
Meeting the needs of employers
The College endeavours to meet the needs of the legal sector. We ensure that our content is industry led and we embed transferable employability skills throughout the programme.
Accessibility and diversity
We timetable our sessions to ensure that contact hours are compressed into just two days. This makes it easier for our students to work alongside their classes and to meet the demands of life outside of study.
What Will I Learn?
The following modules will be delivered during your two-year programme:
- English Legal System: Sources of Law
- English Legal System: Legal Process
- Law of Torts
- Professional Practice
- The Business Environment
- Human Resource Management
- Law of Contract
- Public Law
- Criminal Law
- Research Project
- Principles of Marketing
- Business Finance
Where Will It Take Me?
The course provides a valuable stepping stone for those hoping to become:
- Legal Executives
- Police Officers
- Estate Agents
- Advice Workers
In addition, there are various opportunities for further study. These include the following top-up options:
- Year 2 LLB (Hons) or Year 2 LLB with Criminology and Criminal Justice Studies (University of Plymouth)
- Year 3 BSc Law with Criminology and Criminal Justice Studies (University of Plymouth)
- Year 3 BSc Law with Business (University of Plymouth)
- Year 3 BA Business Enterprise and Leadership (Truro College)
- Year 3 BA (Hons) Human Behavioural Studies (Truro College)
- Year 3 BA (Hons) Applied Social Science (Truro College)
- Year 3 LLB (Hons) Law (Open University)
- Year 3 LLB (Hons) Law Truro College
Assessment methods include written examinations and a range of coursework tasks including essays, reports, portfolios, presentations and a research project. In addition to summative assessments, which count towards your final mark, there are plenty of opportunities to gain formative feedback to aid your progression.
48 UCAS points from a relevant Level 3 qualification and English and Maths at Grade C/4 or above.
Duration: Two years full time, four years part time
Awarding body: University of Plymouth
Location: Truro College
UCAS code: M202
All students will have the opportunity to become a member of the Cornwall Law Society, free of charge, which is an excellent networking platform for those interested in gaining work experience or employment locally.
Want to talk to someone?
Do you have a question that we haven't answered so far? Talk to our admissions team. We're here Monday-Friday 8.30am-4.30pm.