Bachelor of Arts
Students enrol in the Bachelor of Arts in the Faculty of Health
and Behavioural Sciences (Course Code 708) who wish to undertake
a major or double major in either Population Health and/or Psychology.
Students who choose the Bachelor of Arts would normally choose
elective subjects outside their major from the humanities and
social sciences. Students also may choose a second major from
outside the Faculty.
Entry Requirements / Assumed Knowledge
Domestic School Leavers are assumed to have completed at least
2 units of English at HSC level. International students are required
to have achieved an IELTS score of 6.0, with a level of 6.0 in
reading and writing and at least 5.0 in speaking and listening.
Alternative pathways exist for mature age domestic students.
The Bachelor of Arts (Course Code 708) is comprised of 144
credit points of subjects listed in the subject schedule for
a major in the Faculty of Health and Behavioural Sciences, plus
additional elective subjects chosen from Health and Behavioural
Sciences, Arts or the General Schedule. Subjects to a value of
at least 90 credit points of subjects must be selected from the
Health and Behavioural Sciences or the Arts schedules. Students
may undertake no more than 60 credit points of 100-level subjects.
Students should refer to the Award Rules for the Bachelor of
Arts (Course Code 708) for further details.
Major Study Areas