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

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

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

Course structure
11.1.47.2 The combined course for the degrees of Bachelor of Computer Science and Bachelor of Economics consists of units to a total value of 216 points comprising a Bachelor of Computer Science component to the value of 108 points and a Bachelor of Economics component to the value of 108 points.

Bachelor of Computer Science component
11.1.47.3(1) The Bachelor of Computer Science component consists of units to a total value of 108 points comprising—

(a) all units in Table 6.2.5a (Bachelor of Computer Science core units) in the Faculty of Engineering, Computing and Mathematics Rules—36 points

and

(b) two units from Table 6.2.5b (Bachelor of Computer Science Level 2 options)—12 points

and

(c) the requirements for completion of one of the following majors:

(i) Systems (MJ-SYSTM) comprising the remaining units from Table 6.2.3d (Systems major core units) in the Faculty of Engineering, Computing and Mathematics Rules—24 points

or

(ii) Web Technologies (MJ-TCHWB) comprising the remaining units from Table 6.2.3e (Web Technologies major core units) in the Faculty of Engineering, Computing and Mathematics Rules—18 points

or

(iii) Computation (MJ-COMPT) comprising the remaining units from Table 6.2.3g (Computation major core units) in the Faculty of Engineering, Computing and Mathematics Rules—24 points

and

(d) subject to (2), units to make up the remaining points required for the component which may comprise one or more of the following:

(i) a second major from (c);

(ii) a major chosen from those available within the University;

(iii) units chosen from those available within the University;

and

(e) practical experience through a professional practicum as set out in Rule 6.2.5.4 in the Faculty of Engineering, Computing and Mathematics Rules (CITS3010 Professional Practicum1).2

(2) Rule 6.2.5.3(4) in the Faculty of Engineering, Computing and Mathematics Rules applies to the majors chosen under (1)(d)(i).

(3) Students who do not have a minimum scaled score of 50 per cent in WACE Mathematics 3A/3B or TEE Applicable Mathematics or TEE Calculus, or equivalent, and who do not complete ECON1111 Quantitative Methods for Business and Economics in the Bachelor of Economics component must include MATH1701 Introductory Mathematics Foundations (replacing MATH1050 Introductory Calculus) in the chosen units.

1 Students do not enrol in the Professional Practicum units. Upon successful completion, the appropriate unit will be added to their enrolment and the result released together with the results for the other enrolled units for the semester.

2 Refer to unit description and to the Faculty of Engineering, Computing and Mathematics website at http://www.ecm.uwa.edu.au/35442.

Bachelor of Economics component
11.1.47.4(1) The Bachelor of Economics component consists of units to the value of 108 points comprising—

(a) Level 1 units to the value of 18 to 36 points which must include—

(i) the following units:

AvailabilityUnit codeUnit name
S1, S2ECON1101Microeconomics: Prices and Markets
S1, S2ECON1102Macroeconomics: Money and Finance
S1, S2, SSSTAT1520Economic and Business Statistics

and

(ii) for students who do not have a minimum scaled score of 50 per cent in WACE Mathematics 3A/3B, WACE Mathematics 3C/3D, TEE Applicable Mathematics, TEE Calculus, or equivalent, and who have not completed MATH1701 Introductory Mathematics Foundations (replacing MATH1050 Introductory Calculus) in the Bachelor of Computer Science component—

AvailabilityUnit codeUnit name
S1, S2ECON1111Quantitative Methods for Business and Economics

and

(b) Level 2 and 3 units to make up the remaining number of points required for the component (72 to 90 points) chosen from Table 4.2.2u (Level 2 and 3 units offered by the Faculty) in the UWA Business School Rules, or from other Level 2 and 3 units offered within the University, which must include the requirements of at least one of the majors set out in UWA Business School Rules 4.2.2.10 to 4.2.2.16.

(2) Students who have not completed ECON1105 Rise of the Global Economy or ECON1141 Australian Economic History as one of their Level 1 options and who do not take a major in Employment Relations must complete as part of their course a Level 2 or Level 3 economic history unit listed for the Economic History major in the 2010 Rules for the course.