About the Programme
The Bachelor of Laws program at Kampala International University is a four-year intensive academic program combining both theoretical and practical methods. The content of the curriculum is delivered to students through lectures, tutorials, clinicals, case studies and group presentations. In the first year, students are exposed to 13 course units all of which are core subjects. Similarly, 10 core course units are taught in the second year. In the third and fourth years, there are fewer core courses, allowing students to specialize in preferred areas of law. However, students are required to have registered for a minimum of 25 credit units in a semester.