Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
CRICOS: 00244B (QLD); 02225M (NSW)
A double degree of Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science allows students to combine their chosen Arts major(s) with a range of science skills to enhance employability. The Bachelor of Arts degree allows students to study across several skill and knowledge-bases in many different fields of study with plenty of flexibility. Combining this with their chosen major within the Bachelor of Science, students will enjoy success in many different careers.
- 32 units: 7 core units
- 1 x 8 unit Arts major plus 1 x 4 unit minor, or 1 x 12 unit Arts major
- 1 x 8 unit Science major plus 5 electives, or 1 x 12 unit Science major plus 1 elective.
- Science Majors: Biology, Counselling, Computing, Environment and Sustainability, Human Physiology, Information Technology, Mathematics, Mathematics and Statistics, Psychology, Physical Sciences, Wine Science.Arts Majors: Anthropology
- Anthropology and Archaeology
- Contemporary Media Studies
- Creative and Critical Writing
- Criminology and Criminal Justice, English Literature
- Indigenous Studies
- International Relations
- Journalism Studies
- Legal Studies
- Public Relations Studies
- Social Justice Studies.
Standard entry requirements
- Have achieved a minimum ATAR 65.60, Overall Position (OP) 15, tertiary entrance rank 68 or equivalent qualification
- Applicants must satisfy the requirements for admission to the Bachelor of Arts and the Bachelor of Science
- English Language Proficiency requirements for Category 2.
The minimum requirements for exiting with a 24 unit Bachelor of Arts is as follows: Communication and Scholarship (Arts Core), 2 x 7 units majors plus additional courses as per the recommended enrolment pattern for the Bachelor of Arts (to be approved by the BA Program Coordinator).
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