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UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAM GUIDE

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Business and economics


Students often commence their University study unsure about their future career path.
The structure of the Commerce, Economics and Finance degrees offered by the Business School and the School of Economics allow students to delay decisions about specialisations until the end of the first year of studies. The first year of each of these degrees is very similar and students from one program will select courses offered by the other School. The areas of study in each degree may be broadly summarised in the following areas.

Undergraduate Degrees
Business Degrees
Bachelor of Commerce Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting) achelor of Commerce B (Corporate Finance) achelor of Commerce B (International Business) Bachelor of Commerce (Management) achelor of Commerce (Marketing) B please refer to the Marketing and Media program guide Bachelor of Finance Bachelor of Finance (International) Plus honours and double degrees.

The centre aims to support students at the most crucial time in their university career by providing special study areas, learning coaches and advisers, as well as the space for students to socialise and make friends. Features of the First Year Learning Centre include computer stations, learning booths for group meetings, widescreen TVs with computer access for group work, digital projectors, lounges and meeting rooms. Students also have access to study coaches who provide discipline-specific advice on the core courses studied during their first year. There is also a dedicated learning adviser who is available daily to provide students with advice on how to write assignments, specific academic skills like correct referencing, and more.

Commerce
The study of commerce provides an understanding of the areas of knowledge that are fundamental to the administration and management of businesses. Commerce deals with activities within and between businesses and includes disciplines such as accounting, corporate finance, marketing, management, commercial law and electronic commerce.

The Professions Learning Centre


The Professions Learning Centre (PLC) provides free academic learning support to postgraduate coursework students in the Schools within the Faculty of the Professions. Learning Advisers can provide academic advice to assist you in enhancing your understanding and use of academic language, appropriate assignment structure, referencing conventions and much more. We are committed to making your learning experience at the University of Adelaide more productive, satisfying and successful. The PLC is located at Level 1, Nexus10, 10 Pulteney Street. For further information or an appointment email: professions. learningcentre@adelaide.edu.au

Economics Degrees
Bachelor of Economics Plus honours and double degrees.

Economics
Economics puts the pieces together. It studies the interaction of the decision making of households, businesses and the whole of society. It examines how we respond to incentives (the things that influence decision-making) and how our conflicting choices are reconciled. Economics contributes to our understanding of policy design and business strategy. Economics provides the big picture.

Industry Partnerships
Interaction with industry is integrated into our teaching curriculum. You can kick-start your career development and apply classroom learning through a series of industry engagement programs such as On the Couch, the G. C. Harcourt Visiting Professorship Lecture and leadership forums.

Internships
Our Business and Economics Internship Program allows you to undertake practical and relevant work experience, develop work-ready skills and knowledge directly related to your field, gain insight into career pathways, and build your industry contacts and professional networks.

Your Experience
Your Experience promotes enhanced student interaction and support, with the opportunity to engage with industry links, student organisations and professional bodies. The program has been developed to give students the power to maximise their experience at university while paving the way for their future professional career. The program has been carefully constructed to take into account milestones from commencement to graduation.

Finance
The study of finance relates to the operation and functioning of the worlds financial system and its relationship with the broader economy. Areas of study include financial markets, valuation issues, international trade and finance, financial modelling and financial management. Students may decide to specialise and graduate with a degree indicating their specialisation.

Student Support
The First Year Learning Centre
Located on the Ground Floor of the Nexus10 building at 10 Pulteney Street, this purpose built facility is free and exclusive to first year students studying programs in Business and Economics.

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Languages
There are four distinct categories in Your Experience that capture key elements in your life as a student, Your Transition (including our BEE Connected Peer Mentoring Program), Your Studies, Your World and Your Future. contacts and networks, or a competitive edge in the graduate employment market. The Faculty of the Professions is committed to providing international experiences to our students. As a Commerce, Finance or Economics student you can receive specialised program advice to plan an international experience into your studies. In addition to this program support, you also have access to the full range of Adelaide Abroad support services, including access to loans and scholarships to help fund your exchange. Through the Adelaide Abroad Student Exchange program, undergraduate students can study one or two semesters at one of the University of Adelaides exchange partner institutions. Because we understand that not all students are in a position to study for a semester
Any student enrolled in an undergraduate program at the University can elect to study a language through the Diploma in Languages. You can start as a complete beginner or with more advanced knowledge, and choose from Chinese, French, German, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Modern Greek or Spanish. The Diploma extends your study by one year to fit the required three years of language study, and you graduate with awards in both your program and the Diploma in Languages. You will leave university with language expertise, in both your chosen language and English, communication skills and greater cultural insight. The Diploma in Languages is not available to international students.

International study experiences


At the University of Adelaide you have the opportunity to study at a variety of leading universities world-wide. International study is a valuable addition to any degree, and this is especially true for Commerce, Finance and Economics programs. Undertaking part of your degree at a world renowned university or business school can give you a range of advantages over your peers, whether it be knowledge in regionally specific commercial law, global

overseas, the Faculty of the Professions also offers a number of exciting study tours to leading overseas universities.

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Disciplinary area Degree programs potential career pathways

Commerce

Bachelor of Commerce Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting) Bachelor of Commerce (Corporate Finance) Bachelor of Commerce (International Business) Bachelor of Commerce (Management) Bachelor of Commerce (Marketing)

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Finance

Bachelor of Finance

Bachelor of Finance (International)

Economics

Bachelor of Economics Bachelor of Arts with Bachelor of Economics Bachelor of Economics with Bachelor of Finance Bachelor of Engineering with Bachelor of Economics Bachelor of International Studies with Bachelor of Economics Bachelor of Laws with Bachelor of Economics Bachelor of Teaching with Bachelor of Economics

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Bachelor of commerce
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commerce Specialising in corporate finance may lead to employment with trading and merchant banks, investment firms, consulting firms or private and public corporations, including government regulatory authorities. There are openings for graduates in treasury and risk management, stockbroking, fund and portfolio management, international trade and derivatives trading and pricing. Graduates who have specialised in marketing or management have the foundations for a career in these specialist areas of management, and may later move into a general management career. Accounting This specialisation is designed for students who wish to gain professional accounting qualifications. There are fifteen courses within the academic plan that are compulsory for an accounting qualification. Key features esigned to meet professional D accounting qualifications. rovides career pathways in accounting, P including specialised fields such as taxation, accounting systems, auditing, management accounting, business advisory services and finance.

satac code: 314101 2012 atar cut-off: 80.25 2012 iB cut-off: 27 Duration: 3 years full-time (or part-time equivalent) location: North Terrace campus

Why study the Bachelor of Commerce?


The Bachelor of Commerce is a high demand degree that is valued by employers. The academic program provides students with more than a vocational degree with technical business skills. It develops analytical and decision-making skills to prepare students for future leadership roles. It is a flexible business degree providing specialisations in the specific career areas of accounting, corporate finance, international business, management and marketing. Critical thinking and communication skills are developed throughout the academic program to enable graduates to deal effectively with a continually changing business environment. Key features high demand degree valued by A employers that promotes interdisciplinary understanding of business. rovides broad understand in accounting, P economics and business statistics while allowing you to design your own program by taking electives from other areas of your choice. rovides career pathways in private P business firms operating in the financial, manufacturing, retail and service sectors of the economy or in federal or state government.

Areas of Specialisation
All Commerce students are admitted to the Bachelor of Commerce program and may choose to graduate with one of the Commerce degrees listed: B.Com (Accounting) B.Com (Corporate Finance) B.Com (International Business) B.Com (Management) B.Com (Marketing).

Corporate Finance This specialisation is designed to provide students with specialist skills in finance together with broader studies in business. Corporate finance focuses on the way financial managers make investment and financing decisions and use financial instruments and capital markets to enhance returns and manage risk. Key features esigned to provide you with the analytical D skills to make corporate finance and investment decisions and use financial instruments and securities markets to enhance returns and manage risk. rovides career pathways in the financial P services sector comprising banks, corporations, financial institutions, and in businesses as financial consultants, advisers and managers.

Program Structure
All students commence in the Bachelor of Commerce and complete the first year of the program before choosing to specialise. The first year provides students with the foundation necessary for a commerce graduate and includes core courses in accounting, economics and business data analysis. In the second and third years, students choose courses from the specialisations listed. Students may also choose electives in electronic commerce, commercial law and a wide range of subject areas offered by other faculties.

What careers can the Bachelor of Commerce lead to?


Students who specialise in accounting may join the accounting profession in all areas of commerce and industry. Admission to CPA Australia and the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia (ICAA) requires the completion of an accredited degree, practical experience and courses of study organised by the professional accounting associations. A Bachelor of Commerce is recognised as a fully accredited degree by both professional bodies. Career prospects lie in such specialised fields as taxation, auditing, management accounting, computerised accounting and finance.

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International Business This specialisation is designed for students who wish to pursue a career in international business management. The program provides a broad foundation in business as well as specialised studies in international management and international marketing. In addition, students complete either one semester of study abroad, study a foreign language or undertake international cultural studies. Key features rovides a broad foundation in international P business as well as specialised studies in international management, international marketing, social challenges faced by multinational corporations, and legal issues in international business. ome career options may include working S for a government instrumentality or an international non-government organisation such as an aid agency. Other options include banks, tourism, hospitality organisations, and airlines.

marketing This specialisation is designed to provide students with a sound background in business, together with an understanding of marketings role within and between organisations. The degree program integrates the development of practical skills and knowledge, with a strong emphasis on understanding current theories and the latest research. Apart from developing an understanding of marketing theory, students will prepare marketing reports, marketing plans and diagnostic case studies, as well as analysing advertisements in a variety of media. Key features rovides you with an understanding of P the role of marketing within and between organisations, as well as providing a sound background in business.

Commercial Law II Business Finance II Financial Institutions Management II Business Valuation II Internet Commerce II Introduction to Marketing II Consumer Behaviour II LEVEL III Core courses Four Commerce Level III courses (from the following list of Electives) Plus four Level III electives taken from the following list or from other disciplines offered by the University of Adelaide Electives Accounting Theory III Corporate Accounting III Auditing III Advanced Management Accounting III Corporate Governance and Accountability III International Management III Strategic Management III Human Resource Management III Organisational Dynamics III Income Tax Law III Business Taxation and GST III Legal Aspects of International Business III Corporate Responsibility for Global Business III Corporate Finance Theory III Portfolio Theory and Management III Options, Futures & Risk Management III Corporate Investment & Strategy III Treasury & Financial Risk Management III Electronic Commerce III Marketing Communications III International Marketing III Market Research III Marketing Strategy and Project III Services Marketing III Management of Brands III

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management This specialisation will help students develop the skills required to successfully manage changes in work structures, process and product technologies, employment relations and organisational culture. The management courses collectively introduce students to key areas in the study of management. The second year courses lay the foundations for the acquisition of the technical, human and social skills that managers require. In the third year students study the important area of how to manage people in an organisation including the cross-cultural management of human resources. Study of management is rounded off with a course that looks at the core management function of crafting and implementing strategy. Key features evelops skills required to successfully D manage changes in work structures, process and product technologies, employment relations, organisational culture and strategy. uitable for young professionals seeking S employment in an organisation in the public, private and not-for-profit sectors in areas such as human resources, planning or production.

LEVEL I Core courses Principles of Microeconomics Principles of Macroeconomics Business and Economic Statistics I Accounting for Decision Makers I Plus four Level I Electives taken from the following list or from other disciplines offered by the University of Adelaide Electives Accounting Method I Commercial Law I Information Systems I International Financial Institutions and Markets I

LEVEL II Core courses Four Commerce Level II courses (from the following list of Electives) Plus four Level II Electives taken from the following list or from other disciplines offered by the University of Adelaide Electives Management Accounting II Financial Accounting II Small and Family Business Perspectives II Organisational Behaviour II Management II International Business II

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Bachelor of Commerce continued

Honours
Students who are completing the Bachelor of Commerce may apply for entry to an Honours Degree, specialising in any of the areas of study supervised by the School. This requires an extra year of full-time study and leads to the award of a second degree, Bachelor of Commerce (Honours). It is an intensive program and runs for two semesters starting the last week in February. The program is structured around the requirements of the students and their research interests.

this degree, i have Through much sought-after developed

research skills, improved my ability to manage working relationships and gained the confidence to take on leadership roles in the workplace.

marina Fokina Bachelor of Commerce (Management)

Professional Accreditation
The Universitys business programs have been awarded a five-year international accreditation from the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB): www.aacsb.edu/accreditation AACSB accreditation is the hallmark of excellence in business education and has been earned by less than 5% of the worlds business schools. This means the University of Adelaides Business Degrees are recognised internationally for their high quality and successful graduates. accounting: upon completion of the Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting) degree students will be eligible to apply for associate membership of either the CA Program (Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia) or the CPA program (CPA Australia). To achieve full professional membership both bodies require an additional program of study and a stipulated length of work experience. corporate Finance: graduates are entitled to affiliate membership of The Financial Services Institute of Australia (Finsia). Some Corporate Finance courses cover material relevant for entry to the Chartered Financial Analysts and Financial Planning Association. international Business: completion of appropriate courses within this program leads to membership of professional associations such as the Australian Institute of Management (AIM), the Australian Human Resources Institute (AHRI) and the Australian Marketing Institute (AMI). management: completion of this academic plan leads to membership of professional associations such as the Australian Institute of Management (AIM) and the Australian Human Resources Institute (AHRI). marketing: completion of this academic plan enables students to gain credit towards Certified Professional Marketer (CPM) status awarded by the Australian Marketing Institute (AMI). Graduates are also eligible for the Diploma of Market Research from the Market Research Society of Australia.

Double Degrees
Bachelor of Laws with Bachelor of Commerce
satac code: 324111 (stream 102) 2012 atar cut-off: 95.3 2012 iB cut-off: 35 Duration: 5 years full-time (or part-time equivalent) location: North Terrace campus Students may apply to undertake the Bachelor of Laws degree concurrently with the Bachelor of Commerce degrees. This double degree option ensures perspectives from other disciplines are brought to bear and that studies in Law are seen in the wider social context. Completion of a double degree program uniquely places graduates to take up some of the specialist career opportunities offered beyond the law. Students already enrolled in the Bachelor of Commerce degree may also apply for entry to the Bachelor of Laws towards the end of their first year of full-time study. If accepted, they begin in their second year and may, with appropriate selection of courses, complete the two programs in the same time frame. Please refer to www.ua.edu.au/degrees or the Law Undergraduate Program Guide for further information.

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Bachelor of Finance
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finance

Bachelor of Finance (International)


Key features esigned to provide the student with an D international focus, specifically in the areas of international banking, international investments and international management of financial risk. he program exposes students to the T financial framework at the global level covering areas such as the mechanics and operation of foreign exchange and interest rate markets, financial econometrics, financial institutions and investments. uitable for students seeking a career in S trading international financial instruments, providing financial and investment advice to multinational companies, governments and those who desire a career in financial institutions.

providing financial and monetary advice to multinational companies and government, along with working in both merchant and retail banks.

satac code: 314401 2012 atar cut-off: 65.85 2012 iB cut-off: 24 Duration: 3 years full-time (or part-time equivalent) location: North Terrace campus

What careers can the Bachelor of Finance lead to?


Finance graduates will be in a strong position to gain employment with private and public companies anywhere in the world, and also in many government departments. They may be employed by trading and merchant banks, investment firms, consulting specialists, private and public corporations and local and national government agencies. Openings for graduates are in treasury and risk management, stockbroking, fund and portfolio management, international trade and derivatives trading and pricing.

Why study the Bachelor of Finance?


The Bachelor of Finance degree introduces students to the global and institutional aspects of our financial systems. There is a broad coverage of the specialised financial institutions, their asset classes, and the markets in which the different assets are traded. Areas of study include financial markets, valuation issues, international trade and finance, financial modelling and financial management. The Bachelor of Finance program comprises a range of courses in finance, economics, mathematics and statistics. Students may choose a particular area of specialisation during their second and third years or continue with a more general approach. Students admitted to the Bachelor of Finance may choose to graduate with one of the following degrees.

Program Structure Areas of Specialisation


For those wishing to focus on the interaction of economics and finance, choices could include financial economics, international trade and finance and financial econometrics. Students with commercial aspirations will undertake courses in corporate finance, futures and risk management, portfolio theory and management, and investment analysis and valuation. All Finance students are admitted to the Bachelor of Finance program but may choose to follow the Finance (International) stream. Bachelor of Finance (International) All students commence in the Bachelor of Finance program and after completing first year can choose to specialise in international finance. A common first year comprised of courses in finance, economics, mathematics, statistics and accounting is followed by the choice of pathway best suited to the interests of the student. Students must complete core finance courses, which include: nternational Financial Institutions and I Markets at Level 1; usiness Finance and Financial Economics B at Level 2; and Portfolio Theory and Management at Level 3. Some of the courses offered provide opportunities for gaining affiliate membership to the Financial Services Institute of Australia (Finsia), as well as covering material relevant for entry to the Chartered Financial Analysts and Financial Planning Association. The flexibility of the degree allows students to choose electives across all levels in a wide range of subject areas offered by other faculties.

Bachelor of Finance
Key features esigned to introduce students to the global D financial markets and assets traded within those markets. he program provides economics and T mathematical focus to financial products and services. he program exposes students to global T financial institutions and delves deeper into retail and investment banking activities, as well as the regulatory environment they operate in. he general program is often taken as a T double degree with Economics, Engineering, Mathematics or Law. uitable for students seeking employment in S retail and merchant banks, investment firms, both domestic and multinational corporations, as well as government regulatory bodies.

This specialisation is ideal for students wishing to focus on the interaction of economics and finance at an international level. Finance courses include Money, Banking and Financial Markets, and International Finance, which cover areas such as the mechanics and operation of foreign exchange, debt and equity markets, as well as providing coverage of important monetary and financial issues and developments in the world. This finance pathway is for those interested in trading international financial instruments and

a establishing of strong technical understanding the opportunities, coupled with the drivers of project economics is critical to developing sound business judgment.
Peter Larden Bachelor of Finance/Bachelor of Engineering

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Professional Accreditation
The Universitys business programs have been awarded a five-year international accreditation from the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB): www.aacsb.edu/accreditation AACSB accreditation is the hallmark of excellence in business education and has been earned by less than 5% of the worlds business schools. This means the University of Adelaides Business Degrees are recognised internationally for their high quality and successful graduates. Graduates of the finance degree are entitled to affiliate membership of the nationally-recognised Financial Services Institute of Australia (Finsia). Full membership of Finsia requires completion of the Institutes Graduate Diploma in Applied Finance and Investment, progress towards which is greatly facilitated by completion of this degree. By undertaking specific courses, graduates can also obtain partial compliance with the Australian Securities and Investments Commission PS146 tier I Compliance, in the areas of generic knowledge derivatives and securities. The Bachelor of Finance degree covers material relevant for entry to the Chartered Financial Analysts and Financial Planning Association.
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LEVEL III Portfolio Theory & Management III Financial Modelling: Tools and Techniques or Options, Futures and Risk Management II Plus additional Level III Finance courses Plus Four Level III Electives.

seen in the wider social context. Completion of a double degree program uniquely places graduates to take up some of the specialist career opportunities offered beyond the law. Students already enrolled in the Bachelor of Finance degree may also apply for entry to the Bachelor of Laws towards the end of their first year of full-time study. If accepted, they begin in their second year and may, with appropriate selection of courses, complete the two programs in the same time frame.

Honours
Bachelor of Finance (Honours) is an intensive program and runs for two semesters starting the last week in February. The program is structured around the requirements of the students and their research interests, and a pathway leading to PhD if students wish to pursue further studies.

Bachelor of Engineering with Bachelor of Finance


satac code, 2012 atar cut-off and 2012 iB cut-off: variesplease refer to www.ua.edu.au/degrees Duration: 5 years full-time (or part-time equivalent) location: North Terrace campus Through this double degree program graduates can combine the concepts of engineering with finance, enabling them to confront challenging and exciting careers.

Double Degrees
Bachelor of Economics with Bachelor of Finance
satac code: 314151 2012 atar cut-off: 66.75 2012 iB cut-off: 24 Duration: 4 years full-time (or part-time equivalent) location: North Terrace campus The combined program of Economics and Finance integrates the benefits of the more general economics program with the specialisation of finance. By appropriate selection of courses it is possible to complete both programs within four years of full-time study. Students who complete this program are very well placed in the employment market.

Bachelor of mathematical & Computer Sciences with Bachelor of Finance


satac code: 314711 2012 atar cut-off: 74.4 2012 iB cut-off: 25 Duration: 4 years full-time (or p/t equiv) location: North Terrace campus Finance is a new and important area of application of mathematics. There is a need to model and control uncertainty in financial markets and in financial arrangements. Employment opportunities exist in banks, corporations, the insurance and investment industry. Study of mathematical modelling, statistics and computing provides a strong grounding for a career in finance. Students who do well in their courses may complete an additional year of study to obtain an honours degree in Pure Mathematics, Applied Mathematics, Statistics or Computer Science, which provides opportunity for research and enhanced employment prospects.

Students may select elective courses offered in economics, commerce, humanities and social sciences, mathematics, computer science and science. Subject to quota restrictions, finance students may take courses offered by the Business School, leading to professional accounting qualificationsthis does not apply where Finance is taken as part of a double degree. LEVEL I Accounting for Decision Makers I Principles of Microeconomics Principles of Macroeconomics International Financial Institutions & Markets I Introduction to Financial Mathematics I Business and Economic Statistics I or Statistical Practice I Applications of Quantitative Methods in Finance I or Mathematics IA/IB or Mathematics IA/IMA Plus one Level I Elective LEVEL II Business Finance II Financial Economics II Financial Institutions Management II Intermediate Econometrics II or Probability and Statistics Plus four Level II Electives

Bachelor of Laws with Bachelor of Finance


satac code: 324111 (stream 110) 2012 atar cut-off: 95.3 2012 iB cut-off: 35 Duration: 5 years full-time (or p/t equiv) location: North Terrace campus Students may apply to undertake the Bachelor of Laws degree concurrently with the Bachelor of Finance degrees. This double degree option ensures perspectives from other disciplines are brought to bear and that studies in Law are

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Bachelor of economics
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What careers can the Bachelor of Economics lead to?


This program provides a great foundation for a wide range of careers. Recent graduates have been employed by trading and merchant banks, stockbrokers, insurance companies, accounting firms, financial planners, infrastructure and utility companies, manufacturers and distributors and a wide range of federal and state government organisations. Other employment opportunities include journalism, teaching, foreign affairs and international consulting. Completion of an Honours degree opens up more options for specialist positions in economics, including in government and business.

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LEVEL I Principles of Microeconomics I Principles of Macroeconomics I Business and Economic Statistics I Intro to Mathematical Economics (Basic) I or Intro to Mathematical Economics (Advanced) I or approved Economics Level I mathematics course* Plus four Level I Electives chosen from: International Financial Institutions & Markets I Australia in the Global Economy I or courses from other disciplines offered within the University. LEVEL II Plus one Level II Elective chosen from the following Economics courses: Resource & Environmental Economics II International Trade and Investment Policy II East Asian Economies II Financial Economics II Intermediate Microeconomics B II Economic Statistical Theory II Plus four Level II Electives from the Economics courses or from other disciplines within the University. LEVEL III Four Economics Level III courses, including International Economic History III Plus four Level III Electives from the Economics courses or from other disciplines within the University.
* Students who have not completed Year 12 Maths or equivalent must take Introduction to Mathematical Economics (Basic) I as one of their courses concurrently with Principles of Microeconomics I in the first semester of first year. Students who have completed Year 12 Maths or equivalent must enrol in Introduction to Mathematical Economics (Advanced) I or another approved Economics Level I mathematics course.

satac code: 314141 2012 atar cut-off: 65.95 2012 iB cut-off: 24 Duration: 3 years full-time (or part-time equivalent) location: North Terrace campus

Why study the Bachelor of Economics?


Economics puts the pieces together. It studies the interaction of the decision making of households, businesses and the whole of society. It examines how we respond to incentives (the things that influence decisionmaking) and how our conflicting choices are reconciled. Economics contributes to our understanding of policy design and business strategy. Economics provides the big picture. The courses available within the Bachelor of Economics will allow you to understand just how the economy works, and will provide you with training that will help you shape its future. You will study microeconomics (microeconomic issues include the management of the environment and depleting natural resources) and macroeconomics (this relates the growth and stability of the whole economic system) as well as econometrics (the maths and statistics of economics) and a range of other topics. Economists often describe economics as a way of thinking. Studying Economics at the University of Adelaide will develop your capacity to break down issues into questions which can be resolved, guide you in the collection of data and information, and introduce you to techniques for managing that data. These are skills critical to many careers, and very important to good decision making government and in business. The teaching program also stresses the value of working in teams and developing your skills in communication, both oral and written. Key features uitable for students seeking employment S as future managers and decision makers in all areas of the economy-private firms, government departments, consultancies, and private and public interest groups. conomics graduates are employed by banks, E stockbrokers, manufacturers and distributors, insurance companies, the media, and international consulting organisations. raduates of the Bachelor of Economics (with G a focus on Accounting) are fully recognised by both major Australian professional accounting bodies: CPA Australia, and the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia (ICAA).

Areas of Specialisation
The Bachelor of Economics program gives you the flexibility to specialise in an area of economics, for example focussing on international economics or environmental economics. In addition, because only about half of the B.Ec is made up of compulsory courses, it is possible to enhance that economics specialisation by taking courses with the same focus but from other disciplines (e.g. from politics or from environmental studies) or you can focus on something different such as philosophy or accounting. The B.Ec with a focus on accounting is accredited by the two major Australian professional accounting bodies: CPA Australia and the Chartered Accountants in Australia (ICAA).

Program Structure
The Bachelor of Economics program includes compulsory courses designed to give you a solid understanding of economics, plus a selection of optional courses. The compulsory courses make up half of the program and include economic principles, applied economics and econometrics. The other half of the program consists of optional or elective courses. You can choose from further economics courses (for example international economics, international trade, environmental economics, labour economics, managerial economics, development economics) or courses from other disciplines including finance, international studies, management, politics, marketing, geography, history, languages, mathematics, computer science or science. Subject to quota restrictions economics students may take courses offered by the Business School, leading to professional accounting qualifications. Doing the Bachelor of Economics will give you the opportunity to pursue one or more areas of interest outside of economics. The optional Honours (fourth) year involves the writing of a research report or thesis together with advanced coursework in macroeconomics, microeconomics and econometrics.

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Honours
The Bachelor of Economics program usually takes three years to complete. Students who obtain good results may apply for entry to the Honours program. This is particularly useful for students who wish to continue with their studies in Economics and take research-based programs such as the Master of Philosophy or the PhD. Completion of an Honours degree opens up more options for specialist positions in economics, including in government and business. Honours graduates have also taken the first step towards more advanced studies in the field.

Bachelor of Engineering with Bachelor of Economics


satac code, 2012 atar cut-off and 2012 iB cut-off: varies please refer to www.ua.edu.au/degrees Duration: 5 years full-time (or part-time equivalent) location: North Terrace campus Through this double degree program graduates can combine the concepts of engineering with economics enabling them to confront challenging and exciting careers.

Completion of a double degree program uniquely places graduates to take up some of the specialist career opportunities offered beyond the law. Students already enrolled in the Bachelor of Economics degree may also apply for entry to the Bachelor of Laws towards the end of their first year of full-time study. If accepted, they begin in their second year and may, with appropriate selection of courses, complete the two programs in the same time frame.

Double Degrees
Bachelor of Arts with Bachelor of Economics
satac code: 324131 2012 atar cut-off: 74.3 2012 iB cut-off: 25 Duration: 4 years full-time (or part-time equivalent) location: North Terrace campus The Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Economics double degree provides students with a contemporary and historical understanding of our society and culture, our economy, the business world and international issues.

Bachelor of International Studies with Bachelor of Economics


satac code: 324241 2012 atar cut-off: 66.65 2012 iB cut-off: 24 Duration: 4 years full-time (or part-time equivalent) location: North Terrace campus This double degree program provides you with a contemporary and historic understanding of international relationships from a political and social perspective. You will further your knowledge in your chosen field, acquire skills in diverse areas and provide an additional dimension to your employment prospects. Through careful selection of courses, you are able to complete both degrees in four years.

Bachelor of Teaching with Bachelor of Economics


satac code: 324361 2012 atar cut-off: 73.05 2012 iB cut-off: 25 Duration: 4 years full-time (or part-time equivalent) location: North Terrace campus The Bachelor of Teaching degree program prepares students for teaching in middle and senior secondary schools. It is also suitable for students intending to work with adult learners. The program is offered as a double degree only and is designed for students who are beginning tertiary study. The primary focus in the first three years of the degree is on completing a major sequence in two different subject areas usually taught at senior secondary level. A major sequence consists of courses taken over three consecutive years of study. Six semesters of study in a subject area is the general requirement for teaching a subject up to Year 12 level. The major subject sequences are taken as part of the Bachelor of Economics program in the subject areas of the students choice. In each of these years students also take education courses designed to provide an on-going orientation to educational issues and practice. The first and third year education courses include observation and experience in school contexts. The final year is taken up entirely with education studies, which are organised around two five-week periods of teaching practice in secondary schools.

Bachelor of Economics with Bachelor of Finance


satac code: 314151 2012 atar cut-off: 66.75 2012 iB cut-off: 24 Duration: 4 years full-time (or part-time equivalent) location: North Terrace campus The combined program of Economics and Finance integrates the benefits of the more general economics program with the specialisation of finance. By appropriate selection of courses it is possible to complete both programs within four years of full-time study. Students who complete this program are very well placed in the employment market.

Bachelor of Laws with Bachelor of Economics


satac code: 324111 (stream 105) 2012 atar cut-off: 95.3 2012 iB cut-off: 35 Duration: 5 years full-time (or part-time equivalent) location: North Terrace campus Students may apply to undertake the Bachelor of Laws degree concurrently with the Bachelor of Economics degree. This double degree option ensures perspectives from other disciplines are brought to bear and that studies in Law are seen in the wider social context.

a program after completing my TaFe study, i was looking fortransferable in that gave me the best-all-round education and was real business practice. The Bachelor of commerce (accounting) at the university of adelaide did exactly that. my time at the university of adelaide has been an amazing journey, culminating in an exciting job offer with a chartered accountants firm.

Elny martin Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting)

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FuRTHeR inFoRmaTion
scHoLaRsHiPs
The University of Adelaide has a generous scholarship program for both commencing and continuing undergraduate and honours students. The Universitys Scholarships website is a comprehensive resource containing details about the Universitys scholarships as well as the wide variety of other scholarships that are offered by government, industry, private donors and not-for-profit organisations. Scholarships are listed under a number of categories including: scholarships for students in financial need; students from rural, regional or remote areas; and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students. It is strongly recommended that you look through the full range of available scholarships, as you may be eligible for scholarships in various categories. Further information about scholarships on offer and how to apply can be obtained from the website (www.adelaide.edu.au/ scholarships), the University Contact Centre (refer to the back of this guide for contact details), and Hub Central (when on campus).

SATAC Application Dates and Deadlines


Applications open ...........................6 August 2012 Closing date ........................... 28 September 2012 Change of preference deadline .... 7 January 2013

International Student Applications


For further information on how to apply please visit www.international.adelaide.edu.au/apply

Deferring Your Studies


Study of all the degrees outlined in this guide can be deferred for a period of two years following an offer of a place.

Fees and Costs


In 2012 student contributions for Commonwealth Supported students studying an equivalent fulltime study load (EFTSL) were as follows. Band 1: Humanities, Behavioural Science, Clinical Psychology, Education, Foreign Languages, Nursing, Social Sciences, Visual and Performing Arts $5,648 Band 2: Agriculture, Computing, Built Environment, Health, Engineering, Surveying Band 3: Law, Medicine, Accounting, Administration, Business, Commerce, Economics, Tourism National Priorities: Mathematics, Statistics, Science

www.adelaide.edu.au/scholarships

Entry Pathways
School leavers/applicants with Year 12 qualifications
To be eligible to apply for a University of Adelaide program you must: uccessfully complete the South Australian s Certificate of Education (SACE) or Recognised Studies omplete any prerequisite subject requirements c for your chosen University degree btain an Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR). o note: If eligible for use as a basis of admission, Year 12 results are acceptable regardless of the date undertaken.

SA to the University of Adelaide guide or contact the relevant Faculty to which you are applying for more specific information on entry and provision of status for prior study.

Special Tertiary Admissions Test (STAT)


If you are over 18 (or will be 18 on February 1 of the year you commence studies) and have not done more than two years (full-time) tertiary study in the last two years you can apply for university entry by completing the Special Tertiary Admissions Test (STAT). Further information about the STAT is available at www.acer.edu.au/stat

$8,050

$9,425 $4,520

Indigenous Access Scheme


Places are also available under the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Access Scheme for Indigenous Australian students who do not have a Year 12 qualification. For further information please contact Wilto Yerlo: Phone (freecall): 1800 651 763 Email: daniel.turner@adelaide.edu.au

these fees are indicative only as actual charges are determined at the course level based on the area of teaching. Fees may increase in 2013.

Previous university study


Applicants who have completed at least half a year of higher education study may be considered on the basis of their tertiary academic record and/ or Year 12 results.

hECS higher Education Loan Program (hECS-hELP)


HECS-HELP helps eligible Commonwealth Supported students to pay their student contribution. Further information on Commonwealth support and HECS-HELP is available at www.studyassist.gov.au

overseas Qualifications
Overseas Year 12 and tertiary qualifications are assessed as part of the normal processing of applications by SATAC.

VET qualifications
Successful completion of VET AQF Certificate IV awards meet the minimum entry requirements for most Bachelor degree programs and diploma programs. Admission to a small number of Bachelor degrees requires the successful completion of a VET AQF diploma award. For more information, visit: www.adelaide.edu.au/ student/future/guide/ug/tafe For some University programs, credit transfer may also be available based on completed VET award studies. Refer to the Pathways from TAFE

Student Services & Amenities Fee


Students will be charged a Student Services & Amenities Fee (SSAF) to assist with the funding of student services and amenities at the university. In 2012 the SSAF amount for Full-Time students was $263, and for Part-Time students it was $197. Eligible students may defer this fee to an SA-HELP loan. Further information about the SSAF and SA-HELP is available on the Student Finance website at: www.adelaide.edu.au/student/finance/ssaf

How to Apply
Application Process
Applications for admission to university are coordinated by the South Australian Tertiary Admission Centre (SATAC). Further information on applying is available online at: www.satac.edu.au/uniweb

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Additional Costs
Students may be required to purchase specialist equipment/reading materials. It is advised you do not purchase any equipment until you have received your Faculty/School handbook, available during orientation. SATAC application procedures, including International students studying Australian Year 12.

About the Schools


Adelaide Business School
The Adelaide Business School has a strong tradition and culture of leadership. The school brings together a talented team of over 70 academics with experience in teaching, research, consulting and business practice. World-class research and relevant business education programs are at the heart of the Adelaide Business School. Cutting-edge research and real-world industry experience combine to form programs that provide students return on their investment and skills that are transferrable to any profession.

We have a healthy research base with diverse interests and specialisms in international trade and policy, business cycle macroeconomics, game theory and networks and applied econometrics.

Who to

Student Study Commitment


To successfully complete courses, students will need to allocate an appropriate time commitment to their study. In addition to the formal contact the time required for each course (e.g. lectures, tutorials, practicals)students will need to allocate non-contact time. Non-contact time will be required for a range of activities, which may include, but are not limited to: assessment tasks, reading, researching, notetaking, revision, writing, consultation with staff, and informal discussion with other students. While the relative proportion of contact and noncontact time may vary from course to course, as a guide, a full-time student would expect to spend, on average, a total of 48 hours per week on their studies during teaching periods. This equates to 12 hours per week for a 3-unit course. The workload for undergraduate programs is 24 units per year (full-time).

conTacT if you have


any questions
The University Contact Centre takes all phone and online program enquiries. Our friendly and skilled staff will provide you with relevant information, or will put you in touch with Faculty/ School staff for their expert advice. Alternatively, you can contact the Professions Student Support Hub for detailed information on our Business programs. Telephone: + 61 8 8313 4755 Email: ughub@adelaide.edu.au Web: www.adelaide.edu.au/ professions/hub

School of Economics
The School of Economics offers a supportive and collegial learning environment that enables students to receive individualised attention and interact closely with academic staff. We offer undergraduate and postgraduate degrees such as the Bachelor of Economics and Master Applied Economics and research degrees ch as the PhD. Many of our graduates have gone on to distinguished careers in the banking and financial sectors, in education, government, the Reserve Bank of Australia, as well as non-profit organisations such as the IMF and the World Bank.

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undeRgRaduaTe PRogRam guides


architectUre, lanDscape architectUre anD UrBan Design
Bachelor of Design Studies Honours degree of Bachelor of Design Studies Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical & Sports) Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical & Sustainable Energy) Bachelor of Engineering (Mechatronic) Bachelor of Engineering (Mining) Bachelor of Engineering (Petroleum) Bachelor of Engineering (Pharmaceutical) Bachelor of Engineering (Software) Bachelor of Engineering (Telecommunications) Bachelor of Engineering (Chemical) and Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Engineering (Chemical) with Bachelor of Economics Bachelor of Engineering (Chemical) with Bachelor of Finance Bachelor of Engineering (Chemical) with Bachelor of Mathematical & Computer Sciences Bachelor of Engineering (Chemical) with Bachelor of Science Bachelor of Engineering (Chemical) with Bachelor of Science (Biotechnology) Bachelor of Engineering (Civil & Environmental) and Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Engineering (Civil & Environmental) with Bachelor of Finance Bachelor of Engineering (Civil & Environmental) with Bachelor of Mathematical & Computer Sciences Bachelor of Engineering (Civil & Environmental) with Bachelor of Science Bachelor of Engineering (Civil & Structural) and Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Engineering (Civil & Structural) and Bachelor of Engineering (Civil & Environmental) Bachelor of Engineering (Civil & Structural) with Bachelor of Finance Bachelor of Engineering (Civil & Structural) with Bachelor of Mathematical & Computer Sciences Bachelor of Engineering (Civil & Structural) with Bachelor of Science Bachelor of Engineering (Computer Systems) and Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Engineering (Computer Systems) with Bachelor of Economics Bachelor of Engineering (Computer Systems) with Bachelor of Finance Bachelor of Engineering (Computer Systems) with Bachelor of Mathematical & Computer Sciences Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical & Electronic) and Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical & Electronic) with Bachelor of Economics Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical & Electronic) with Bachelor of Finance Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical & Electronic) with Bachelor of Mathematical & Computer Sciences Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical & Electronic) and Bachelor of Science (Physics) Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical) and Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical) with Bachelor of Economics Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical) with Bachelor of Finance Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical) with Bachelor of Mathematical & Computer Sciences Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical) with Bachelor of Science Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical & Aerospace) with Bachelor of Mathematical & Computer Sciences Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical & Aerospace) with Bachelor of Science Bachelor of Engineering (Mechatronic) and Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Engineering (Mechatronic) with Bachelor of Mathematical & Computer Sciences Bachelor of Engineering (Mining) with Bachelor of Mathematical & Computer Sciences Bachelor of Engineering (Mining) with Bachelor of Science Bachelor of Engineering (Petroleum) and Bachelor of Engineering (Chemical) Bachelor of Engineering (Petroleum) and Bachelor of Engineering (Civil & Structural Engineering) Bachelor of Engineering (Petroleum) and Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical) Bachelor of Engineering (Petroleum) and Bachelor of Engineering (Mining) Bachelor of Engineering (Petroleum) and Bachelor of Science (Geology & Geophysics) Bachelor of Engineering (Telecommunications) and Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Engineering (Telecommunications) with Bachelor of Economics Bachelor of Engineering (Telecommunications) with Bachelor of Finance Bachelor of Engineering (Telecommunications) with Bachelor of Mathematical & Computer Sciences

arts, hUmanities anD social sciences


Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Arts (Advanced) Bachelor of Development Studies Bachelor of Environmental Policy & Management Bachelor of International Studies Bachelor of Social Sciences Honours Degree of Bachelor of Arts Honours Degree of Bachelor of Development Studies Honours Degree of Bachelor of Environmental Policy & Management Honours Degree of Bachelor of International Studies Honours Degree of Bachelor of Social Sciences Bachelor of Arts with Bachelor of Economics Bachelor of Arts with Bachelor of Music Bachelor of Arts with Bachelor of Science Bachelor of International Studies with Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of International Studies with Bachelor of Economics Bachelor of Media with Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Media with Bachelor of International Studies Bachelor of Social Sciences with Bachelor of Health Sciences Bachelor of Teaching with Bachelor of Arts

BUsiness anD economics


Bachelor of Commerce Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting) Bachelor of Commerce (Corporate Finance) Bachelor of Commerce (International Business) Bachelor of Commerce (Management) Bachelor of Commerce (Marketing) Bachelor of Economics Bachelor of Finance Bachelor of Finance (International) Honours Degree of Bachelor of Commerce Honours Degree of Bachelor of Economics Honours Degree of Bachelor of Finance Bachelor of Economics with Bachelor of Finance Bachelor of Finance with Bachelor of Mathematical & Computer Sciences

compUter science anD inFormation technology


Bachelor of Computer Science Bachelor of Computer Science (Advanced) Bachelor of Engineering (Software) Bachelor of Mathematical & Computer Sciences Honours Degree of Bachelor of Computer Science

Dentistry anD oral health


Bachelor of Dental Surgery Bachelor of Oral Health Honours Degree of Bachelor of Science in Dentistry

engineering
Bachelor of Engineering (Architectural) Bachelor of Engineering (Chemical) Bachelor of Engineering (ChemicalMinerals Processing) Bachelor of Engineering (ChemicalSustainable Energy) Bachelor of Engineering (Civil & Environmental) Bachelor of Engineering (Civil & Structural) Bachelor of Engineering (Computer Systems) Bachelor of Engineering (Computational) Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical & Electronic) Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical & ElectronicAvionics) Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical & Sustainable Energy) Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical) Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical & Aerospace)

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A list of all degrees and other programs included in our Undergraduate Program Guides.
health sciences
Bachelor of Health Sciences Honours Degree of Bachelor of Health Sciences Bachelor of Health Sciences with Bachelor of Mathematical & Computer Sciences Bachelor of Laws with Bachelor of Health Sciences Bachelor of Social Sciences with Bachelor of Health Sciences Honours Degree of Bachelor of Music Honours Degree of Bachelor of Music (Performance & Pedagogy) Honours Degree of Bachelor of Music (Classical Performance) Honours Degree of Bachelor of Music (Composition) Honours Degree of Bachelor of Music (Jazz Performance) Honours Degree of Bachelor of Music (Music Education) Honours Degree of Bachelor of Music (Musicology) Honours Degree of Bachelor of Music (Popular Music & Creative Technologies) Honours Degree of Bachelor of Music (Sonic Arts) Advanced Diploma in Aboriginal Studies in Music Diploma in Aboriginal Studies in Music Diploma in Instrumental Music Diploma in Music (Classical) Diploma in Music (Jazz) Diploma in Music (Sound Engineering) Certificate IV in Music (Classical) Certificate IV in Music (Jazz) Certificate IV in Music (Technology) Certificate III in Music

innovation anD entrepreneUrship


Bachelor of Innovation & Entrepreneurship

langUages
Bachelor of Languages Diploma in Languages

law
Bachelor of Laws Bachelor of Laws with Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Laws with Bachelor of Commerce Bachelor of Laws with Bachelor of Computer Science Bachelor of Laws with Bachelor of Development Studies Bachelor of Laws with Bachelor of Economics Bachelor of Laws with Bachelor of Engineering (Computer Systems) Bachelor of Laws with Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical & Electronic) Bachelor of Laws with Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical) Bachelor of Laws with Bachelor of Engineering (Telecommunications) Bachelor of Laws with Bachelor of Environmental Policy & Management Bachelor of Laws with Bachelor of Finance Bachelor of Laws with Bachelor of Health Sciences Bachelor of Laws with Bachelor of International Studies Bachelor of Laws with Bachelor of Mathematical & Computer Sciences Bachelor of Laws with Bachelor of Media Bachelor of Laws with Bachelor of Science Bachelor of Laws with Bachelor of Social Sciences

nUrsing
Bachelor of Nursing Honours Degree of Bachelor of Nursing

psychology
Bachelor of Psychological Science Bachelor of Psychology (Honours)

sciences
Bachelor of Agricultural Sciences Bachelor of Food & Nutrition Science Bachelor of Science Bachelor of Science (Advanced) Bachelor of Science (Animal Science) Bachelor of Science (Biomedical Science) Bachelor of Science (Biotechnology) Bachelor of Science (EcoChemistry) Bachelor of Science (Evolutionary Biology) Bachelor of Science (Laser Physics & Technology) Bachelor of Science (Marine Biology) Bachelor of Science (Mineral Geoscience) Bachelor of Science (Molecular Biology) Bachelor of Science (Molecular & Drug Design) Bachelor of Science (Nanoscience & Materials) Bachelor of Science (Natural Resources) Bachelor of Science (Petroleum Geoscience) Bachelor of Science (Pre-Veterinary) Bachelor of Science (Space Science & Astrophysics) Bachelor of Viticulture & Oenology Honours Degree of Bachelor of Agricultural Sciences Honours Degree of Bachelor of Food & Nutrition Science Honours Degree of Bachelor of Science Honours Degree of Bachelor of Science in High Performance Computational Physics Honours Degree of Bachelor of Viticulture & Oenology

marketing anD meDia


Bachelor of Commerce (Marketing) Bachelor of Media Honours Degree of Bachelor of Media Bachelor of Laws with Bachelor of Commerce (Marketing) Bachelor of Laws with Bachelor of Media Bachelor of Media with Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Media with Bachelor of International Studies other Degrees with marketing Bachelor of Arts: Major in Marketing Bachelor of Media: Marketing specialisation

mathematical sciences
Bachelor of Engineering (Computational) Bachelor of Mathematical Sciences Bachelor of Mathematical Sciences (Advanced) Bachelor of Mathematical & Computer Sciences Honours Degree of Bachelor of Mathematical Sciences Honours Degree of Bachelor of Mathematical & Computer Sciences

meDicine
Bachelor of Medicine/Bachelor of Surgery Honours Degree of Bachelor of Medical Science

mUsic
Bachelor of Music Bachelor of Music (Classical Performance) Bachelor of Music (Composition) Bachelor of Music (Jazz Performance) Bachelor of Music (Music Education) Bachelor of Music (Musicology) Bachelor of Music (Performance & Pedagogy) Bachelor of Music (Popular Music & Creative Technologies) Bachelor of Music (Sonic Arts) Bachelor of Arts with Bachelor of Music

teaching
Bachelor of Teaching with Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Teaching with Bachelor of Economics Bachelor of Teaching with Bachelor of Mathematical & Computer Science Bachelor of Teaching with Bachelor of Science

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