Students who commenced their course before 2012 should consult the rules below.

Note: (1) This course is only available to re-enrolling students.

(2) Choice of units must be approved by the Faculties.

(3) A student who, as a result of successive failures in a unit, is not permitted to re-enrol in that unit, or in further units in the same subject, in accordance with University Policy and Faculty of Science Rule 9.2.2.7, may not be able to continue in the combined course.

(4) The Bachelor of Science component of this course is derived from the Bachelor of Science (50110) course.

Applicability of the general provisions
11.1.32.1 The general provisions in 11.1.1 apply to the course.

Course structure
11.1.32.2 The combined course for the degrees of Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Science consists of units to a total value of 300 to 312 points comprising a Bachelor of Laws component to the value of 192 points and a Bachelor of Science component to the value of 108 to 120 points.

Bachelor of Laws component
11.1.32.3 The Bachelor of Laws component consists of units to a total value of 192 points comprising—

(a) all units in Table 7.2.2a (Bachelor of Laws core units)1 in the Faculty of Law Rules—126 points

and

(b) units to the value of 66 points from Table 7.2.2b (Bachelor of Laws options) in the Faculty of Law Rules including units to the value of at least 6 points from Group B in that table.

1 From 2011, the former requirement to complete LAWS4030 Commercial Practice Conveyancing and Drafting I and LAWS4033 Commercial Practice Conveyancing and Drafting II will be satisfied by completing LAWS4030 Commercial Practice and LAWS4404 Legal Theory and Ethics as set out in Table 7.2.2a (Bachelor of Laws core units).

Bachelor of Science component
11.1.32.4(1) The Bachelor of Science component consists of units to a value of 108 to 120 points from Table 9.2.2a [Recognised units for the Bachelor of Science (50110)] comprising—

(a) Level 1 units to the value of 24 to 36 points chosen in consultation with a Faculty Adviser that could lead to one of at least three science majors in Faculty of Science Rule 9.2.6.2;

and

(b) Level 2 units to the value of 24 to 48 points from at least two Science subject areas, chosen from the units in Table 9.2.2a [Recognised units for the Bachelor of Science (50110)] in the Faculty of Science Rules and leading to one of the majors1 in Faculty of Science Rule 9.2.6.2;

and

(c) subject to (2), Level 3 units to the value of 24 to 48 points leading to the completion of one of the majors1 in Faculty of Science Rule 9.2.6.2.

(2) In the case of a major in Anthropology, Archaeology or Linguistics, the required number of Level 3 units may be replaced by Level 2 units to a maximum value of 66 points in any one of these subject areas.

(3)(a) A student who has passed WACE Mathematics 3A/3B, but not passed WACE Mathematics 3C/3D or TEE Applicable Mathematics or equivalent must complete either MATH1711 Introductory Mathematics Specialist or STAT1400 Statistics for Science or SCIE1104 Science, Society and Data Analysis.

(b) A student who has passed WACE Mathematics 2C/2D, but not passed WACE Mathematics 3A/3B or equivalent must complete MATH1701 Introductory Mathematics Foundations and either STAT1400 Statistics for Science or SCIE1104 Science, Society and Data Analysis.

(c) A student who has passed TEE Discrete Mathematics only or equivalent must complete MATH1701 Introductory Mathematics Foundations.

1 The units leading to the majors are set out in the majors sequences in 9.2.6 of the Faculty of Science Rules. Students are advised that it may not be possible to complete a double major in the combined course. Students wishing to do so should seek advice from the Science Student Office early in their studies.