Bachelor of Science - Bachelor of Arts
This double degree enables students to undertake comprehensive
majors in both Science and Arts.
Entry Requirements / Assumed Knowledge
New South Wales HSC University Admission Index (UAI) of 78
(or equivalent). The UAI is reviewed each year.
Assumed knowledge: Any two units of English
plus Mathematics and any four units of science. Students wishing
to take these subject and who have not completed Chemistry
and/or Biology at the HSC are strongly recommended to enrol
in bridging courses offered in February each year. Students
without at least Mathematics Band 4 may take a special Maths
subject in the first year or consider early entry to complete
this subject in Summer Session prior to commencement of the
Students must consult both the Faculty of Science and the
Faculty of Arts academic advisers about selecting a major
study from each Faculty.
The required 216 credit points taken over at least 4 years
(1) 90 credit points of subjects from the Science Schedule
(including a minimum of 60 credit points for a Science specialisation);
(2) the subjects prescribed for one of the majors for the
Bachelor of Arts degree; this will include one major study
taught by a member unit of the Faculty of Arts or a major
in Psychology or Population Health;
(3) not more than 96 credit points for 100-level subjects;
Students who complete the double degree with the required
academic standard in the relevant major are eligible for entry
into either BSc (Honours) or BA (Honours).
For further information contact the Faculty of Science Office,
41.258, or telephone 42213481, email email@example.com Web
The Degree Coordinator is the Associate Dean, Associate Professor
Ted Bryant, 41.259.