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

  • Pre-2012 rules
    • 11. Combined Course Rules
      • Combined courses for two bachelor's degrees

        Courses marked with an asterisk (*) are only available to re-enrolling students.

        • 11.1.1 General provisions for combined courses for two bachelor's degrees
          Applicability of the Student Rules, policies and procedures

          11.1.1.1(1) The Student Rules apply to students in combined courses.

          (2) The policy, policy statements and guidance documents and student procedures apply except as otherwise indicated in the rules for combined courses.

          Applicability of the Faculties’ general rules and general provisions

          11.1.1.2 The relevant Faculty general provisions for the corresponding single degree apply to the degree components except as set out in the rules for a specific combined course.

          Combined courses for two bachelor’s degrees

          11.1.1.3(1) A faculty or faculties may offer combined courses for the award of two bachelor's degrees.

          (2) A combined course referred to in (1) comprises significant components of each of two bachelor's degree courses.

          (3) Completion of the remaining requirements of the degrees is achieved by the faculty or faculties cross-crediting units. (For details of limits on credit permitted see University Policy)

          Admission

          (4) To be eligible to apply for enrolment in a combined course for two bachelor's degrees an applicant must at least be qualified for entry to each of the relevant single degree courses.

          Progress Committee

          11.1.1.4(1) For each combined course that is offered by two or more faculties there is a Progress Committee.

          Membership

          (2) The Progress Committee comprises—

          (a) the deans of all faculties involved;

          (b) the associate deans or sub-deans, or equivalent, of all faculties involved; and

          (c) the faculty administrative officers, or equivalent, of all faculties involved.

          Function

          (3) The role of the Progress Committee is to—

          (a) act under delegated authority from all faculties involved as the Board of Examiners for the combined course;

          (b) grant credit towards the combined course;

          (c) in exceptional circumstances, permit variations to enrolment in respect of specific course requirements;

          (d) assign progress status;

          (e) make decisions on appeals against progress status; and

          (f) make decisions on applications for re-admission to the combined course following exclusion.

          11.1.1.5 In the case of a combined course offered by one faculty only, the faculty determines who will carry out the functions of the Progress Committee.

          Satisfactory progress

          11.1.1.6 To make satisfactory progress in a combined course a student must, in a calendar year—

          (a) pass units to a value of at least half the total value of units in which they remain enrolled after the final date for withdrawal without academic penalty [see University Policy]; and

          (b) satisfy any additional requirements that apply to progress in the relevant single degree courses and are stated in the relevant faculty's rules.

          Progress status

          11.1.1.7 Unless the Progress Committee determines otherwise in light of exceptional circumstances—

          (a) when a student fails to make satisfactory progress for the first time, a status of 'On Probation' or ‘Suspended’ is assigned;

          (b) when a student fails to make satisfactory progress for the second time, a status of 'Excluded' is assigned.

          Completion of single degree following exclusion

          11.1.1.8 A student who has been excluded from a combined course but wishes to complete one of the component degrees as a single degree may apply to do so by writing a letter to the associate dean or sub-dean or equivalent of the relevant faculty, with a copy to the dean of the faculty which administers the other component degree.

          Transfer to single degree course

          11.1.1.9 A student who wishes to transfer from the combined course and to complete one of the component degrees as a single degree must apply to the relevant faculty.

          11.1.1.10 (1) If a student is permitted to transfer from a combined course into a single degree course they must comply with the rules for the single degree course into which they have transferred.

          (2) A student who has transferred from a combined course into a single degree course and who wishes to transfer back into the combined course must apply to do so.

          Completion of degree requirements

          11.1.1.11 On completion of a combined course, students will have completed the course requirements for both degrees towards which it leads.

          11.1.1.12 Students may be qualified for the award of one of the degrees before completing the combined course if they have completed units to a total value of at least that required for the single degree course as specified in the relevant faculty's rules, including—

          (a) all of the units specified for the relevant degree component in the rules for the combined course; and

          (b) other units completed in or credited towards the combined course which the relevant faculty determines will satisfy the remaining requirements of the single degree course when they are credited towards that course in accordance with the University’s and the relevant faculty's policy on credit.

          11.1.1.13 Students who consider that they may be qualified for the award of a degree under Student Rule 42 and who wish to take out that degree must write to the dean of the faculty concerned, with a copy to the dean of the faculty which administers the other component degree, seeking written approval to take out the degree concerned.

          11.1.1.14 Students who graduate with a degree under Student Rule 42 are not permitted to re-enrol in the combined course.

          Entry to honours

          11.1.1.15 (1) The faculty concerned may permit a student who has completed the requirements for the award of a degree to enrol in the course for that degree with honours.

          (2) A student who is permitted to enrol for a degree with honours before completing the requirements for the combined course will be permitted subsequently to re-enrol in and complete the combined course subject to the time limit outlined in University Policy.

          Concurrent enrolment in two award courses

          11.1.1.16 A student in a combined course who has completed the requirements for the award of a degree and is permitted to enrol for that degree with honours in accordance with University Policy may be permitted by the relevant faculties, or faculty in the case of a combined course administered by only one faculty, to enrol concurrently in the course for the degree with honours and in units which form part of the remaining requirements for the combined course.

        • 11.1.2 Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Commerce (41110) Only available to re-enrolling students.

          Note: This course is only available to re-enrolling students who should refer to the 2012 Rules for the course. Students in this course should refer to 2016 units for current unit offerings.

        • 11.1.3 Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Economics (41150) Only available to re-enrolling students.

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

          Applicability of the general provisions

          11.1.3.1 The general provisions in 11.1.1 apply to the course.

          Course structure

          11.1.3.2 The combined course for the degrees of Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Economics consists of units to a total value of 216 or 222 points comprising a Bachelor of Arts component to the value of 108 points and a Bachelor of Economics component to the value of 108 or 114 points.

          Bachelor of Arts component

          11.1.3.3(1) The Bachelor of Arts component consists of units to a total value of 108 points comprising—

          (a) Level 1 units to the value of 36 to 54 points from Table 3.2.2a (Bachelor of Arts options) in the Faculty of Arts Rules;

          and

          (b) Level 2 or 3 units to the value of 54 to 72 points from Table 3.2.2a (Bachelor of Arts options) in the Faculty of Arts Rules.

          (2) The units chosen under (1)—

          (a) must include the requirements for at least one of the majors listed in Faculty of Arts Rule 3.2.2.5(1);

          and

          (b) must not include Level 1 units in any one subject area to a total value greater than 12 points;

          and

          (c) must not include Level 2 and 3 units in any one subject area to a total value greater than 66 points, unless the Faculty approves otherwise in exceptional circumstances;

          and

          (d) must not include economics, economic history or employment relations units.

          Bachelor of Economics component

          11.1.3.4(1) The Bachelor of Economics component consists of units to a total value of 108 or 114 points comprising—

          (a) both units in Table 4.2.2a (Bachelor of Economics Level 1 core units) in the UWA Business School Rules—12 points

          and

          (b) STAT1520 Economic and Business Statistics—6 points

          and

          (c) Level 1 units to the value of 12 to 18 points chosen—

          either

          (i) from the Table 4.2.2b (Bachelor of Economics Level 1 options) in the UWA Business School Rules;

          or

          (ii) from other Level 1 units offered within the University;

          and

          (d) units to make up the remaining number of points required for the component (72 to 84 points) chosen—

          either

          (i) from Table 4.2.2u (Level 2 and 3 units offered by the Faculty) in the UWA Business School Rules;

          or

          (ii) from other Level 2 and 3 units offered within the University.

          (2) The units chosen under (1) must include the requirements for at least one of the majors set out in UWA Business School Rules 4.2.2.10 to 4.2.2.16.

          (3) Students who have not obtained a minimum scaled score of 50 per cent in WACE Mathematics 3A/3B, WACE Mathematics 3C/3D, TEE Applicable Mathematics, TEE Calculus, or equivalent, must include ECON1111 Quantitative Methods for Business and Economics (6 points) in the Level 1 units required under (1)(c).

          (4) Students who do not complete 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.

        • 11.1.4 Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Education (11130) Only available to re-enrolling students.

          Note: This course is only available to re-enrolling students who should refer to the 2012 Rules for the course. Students in this course should refer to 2016 units for current unit offerings.

        • 11.1.5 Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Engineering (61110) Only available to re-enrolling students.

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

          (2) Students re-enrolling in the Computer Engineering, Materials Engineering and Software Engineering programs should refer to the 2010 Rules for these programs.

          (3) Students in the Materials Engineering program should note that MECH3402 Engineering Project 1 is now added as an option in Table 6.2.2Gb—Materials Engineering options and is no longer a core unit.

          (4) Continuing students in the Oil and Gas Engineering program should refer to the 2007 Rules for the program.

          Applicability of the general provisions

          11.1.5.1 The general provisions in 11.1.1 apply to the course.

          Course structure

          11.1.5.2 The course consists of units to a total value of 264 points comprising a Bachelor of Arts component to the value of 96 points and a Bachelor of Engineering component to the value of 168 points.

          Bachelor of Arts component

          11.1.5.3(1) The Bachelor of Arts component consists of units to a total value of 96 points comprising—

          (a) Level 1 units to the value of 36 to 54 points from Table 3.2.2a (Bachelor of Arts options) in the Faculty of Arts Rules;

          and

          (b) Level 2 or 3 units to the value of 42 to 60 points from Table 3.2.2a (Bachelor of Arts options) in the Faculty of Arts Rules.

          (2) The units chosen under (1)—

          (a) must include the requirements for at least one of the majors listed in Faculty of Arts Rule 3.2.2.5(1);

          and

          (b) must not include Level 1 units in any one subject area to a total value greater than 12 points.

          Bachelor of Engineering component

          11.1.5.4 The Bachelor of Engineering component consists of units to a total value of 168 points comprising—

          (a) all foundation core units required under Rule 6.2.2A.6(1)(a) in the Faculty of Engineering, Computing and Mathematics Rules—36 points

          and

          (b) the core units for the chosen Bachelor of Engineering program as prescribed in the respective rules for the relevant program in 6.2 of the Faculty of Engineering, Computing and Mathematics Rules, 90 to 144 points, except that—

          (i) Electrical and Electronic Engineering students must take all units in Groups A and D, one unit from Group B, and are exempt from taking the unit in Group C in Table 6.2.2Ea (Electrical and Electronic Engineering core units)—132 points

          (ii) Petroleum Engineering students must not take MECH4400 Engineering for Sustainable Development;

          and

          (c) other units from the relevant table(s) in the Faculty of Engineering, Computing and Mathematics Rules as follows:

          (i) for the Chemical and Process Engineering program:

          A. the requirements for one of the following majors: the Chemical Engineering major (MJ-ECHEM) as set out in Rule 6.2.2B.2 or the Hydrocarbon Processing major (MJ-EHCPR) as set out in Rule 6.2.2B.3—24 points

          and

          B. options to the value of six points comprising one unit from Group A in Table 6.2.2Bb (Chemical and Process Engineering options);

          (ii) for the Civil Engineering program:

          units required to make up either—

          A. the Civil Engineering major (MJ-ECIVM) as set out in Rule 6.2.2C.2—30 points

          or

          B. the Offshore Engineering major (MJ-EOFFM) as set out in Rule 6.2.2C.3—30 points

          (iii) for the Electrical and Electronic Engineering program:

          no additional units required;

          (iv) for the Environmental Engineering program:

          A. all units in one of Group A (Environmental Engineering major), Group B (Ocean Systems Engineering major) or Group C (Water Resources Engineering major) in Table 6.2.2Fb (Environmental Engineering; Ocean Systems Engineering; Water Resources Engineering major units)—30 points

          and

          B. options to a total value of 12 points comprising one unit from Group A and one unit from Group B in Table 6.2.2Fc (Environmental Engineering options);

          (v) for the Mechanical Engineering program:

          A. all units in Group A or B in Table 6.2.2Hb (Mechanical Engineering project units)—12 points

          and

          B. options to a total value of 30 points comprising one unit from Group A and four units from Group B in Table 6.2.2Hc (Mechanical Engineering options);

          (vi) for the Mechatronics Engineering program:

          options to a total value of 24 points comprising one unit from Group A and three units from Group B in Table 6.2.2Ib (Mechatronics Engineering options);

          (vii) for the Mining Engineering program:

          options to a total value of 18 points comprising three units from Group A in Table 6.2.2Kb (Mining Engineering options);

          (viii) for the Petroleum Engineering program:

          options to a total value of 12 points comprising two units from Group A in Table 6.2.2Ob (Petroleum Engineering options);

          and

          (d) practical experience through a professional practicum as set out in Rules 6.2.2A.10 to 6.2.2A.13 in the Faculty of Engineering, Computing and Mathematics Rules (GENG4010 Professional Practicum1).

          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.

          Award of Bachelor of Engineering with honours

          11.1.5.5 The Faculty of Engineering, Computing and Mathematics may award the degree of Bachelor of Engineering with honours1 to a student who has completed the requirements of the Bachelor of Engineering course at a sufficiently high level.

          1 For further information refer to the honours classification policy.

        • 11.1.6 Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Laws (21110) Only available to re-enrolling students.

          Note: This course is only available to re-enrolling students who should refer to the 2012 Rules for the course. Students in this course should refer to 2016 units for current unit offerings.

        • 11.1.7 Bachelor of Arts, and Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (91110) Only available to re-enrolling students.

          Note: This course is only available to re-enrolling students who should refer to the 2012 Rules for the course. Students in this course should refer to 2016 units for current unit offerings.

        • 11.1.8 [Rescinded]
        • 11.1.9 [Rescinded]
        • 11.1.10 Bachelor of Arts (Asian Studies) and Bachelor of Commerce (41120) Only available to re-enrolling students.

          Note: This course is only available to re-enrolling students who should refer to the 2010 Rules for the course. Students in this course should refer to 2016 units for current unit offerings.

        • 11.1.11 Rescinded
        • 11.1.12 [Rescinded]
        • 11.1.13 [Rescinded]
        • 11.1.14 Bachelor of Arts (Communication Studies) and Bachelor of Commerce (41170) Only available to re-enrolling students.

          Note: This course is only available to re-enrolling students who should refer to the 2012 Rules for the course. Students in this course should refer to 2016 units for current unit offerings.

        • 11.1.15 [Rescinded]
        • 11.1.16 Rescinded
        • 11.1.17 Rescinded
        • 11.1.18 Rescinded
        • 11.1.19 Rescinded
        • 11.1.20 Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Engineering (61140) Only available to re-enrolling students.

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

          (2) Students re-enrolling in the Computer Engineering, Materials Engineering and Software Engineering programs should refer to the 2010 Rules for these programs.

          (3) Students in the Materials Engineering program should note that MECH3402 Engineering Project 1 is now added as an option in Table 6.2.2Gb (Materials Engineering options) and is no longer a core unit.

          (4) Continuing students in the Oil and Gas Engineering program should refer to the 2007 Rules for the program.

          Applicability of the general provisions

          11.1.20.1 The general provisions in 11.1.1 apply to the course.

          Course structure

          11.1.20.2 The combined course for the degrees of Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Engineering consists of units to a total value of 252 to 258 points comprising a Bachelor of Commerce component to the value of 84 or 901 points and a Bachelor of Engineering component to the value of 168 points.

          1 See 11.1.20.3(2).

          Bachelor of Commerce component

          11.1.20.3(1) The Bachelor of Commerce component consists of units to a total value of 84 or 90 points comprising—

          (a) both units in Table 4.2.4a (Bachelor of Commerce Level 1 core units) in the UWA Business School Rules—12 points

          and

          (b) one unit or two units chosen from Group B in Table 4.2.4b (Bachelor of Commerce Level 1 options) in the UWA Business School Rules or from the Level 1 units offered within the University—6 or 12 points

          and

          (c) Level 2 and 3 units to make up the remaining number of points required for the component chosen from Table 4.2.2u (Level 2 and 3 units offered by the Faculty) in the UWA Business School Rules or from the Level 2 and 3 units available within the University and including the requirements for at least one of the majors set out in UWA Business School Rules 4.2.4.10 to 4.2.4.21A.1

          (2) Students may only undertake 90 points where the final six points accommodate a unit required to complete a major towards which they have previously been studying.

          1 Units comprising the Management, Human Resource Management or Corporate Finance majors will be timetabled as far as possible to avoid clashes with prescribed engineering units. Students may choose other majors, but no guarantee can be given that all timetable clashes will be avoided.

          Bachelor of Engineering component

          11.1.20.4 The Bachelor of Engineering component consists of units to a total value of 168 points comprising—

          (a) all foundation core units required under Rule 6.2.2A.6(1)(a) in the Faculty of Engineering, Computing and Mathematics Rules—36 points

          and

          (b) units to the value of 90 to 144 points which comprise the core units for the chosen Bachelor of Engineering program as prescribed in the respective rules for the relevant program in 6.2 of the Faculty of Engineering, Computing and Mathematics Rules except that—

          (i) Electrical and Electronic Engineering students must take all units in Groups A and D except ELEC3307 Engineering Management and Industrial Practice, one unit from Group B, and are exempt from taking the unit in Group C in Table 6.2.2Ea (Electrical and Electronic Engineering core units)—126 points

          (ii) Mechanical Engineering students must not complete a major in Oil and Gas Engineering;

          (iii) Petroleum Engineering students must not take MECH4400 Engineering for Sustainable Development;

          and

          (c) other units from the relevant table(s) in the Faculty of Engineering, Computing and Mathematics Rules as follows:

          (i) for the Chemical and Process Engineering program:

          A. the requirements for one of the following majors: the Chemical Engineering major (MJ-ECHEM) as set out in Rule 6.2.2B.2 or the Hydrocarbon Processing major (MJ-EHCPR) as set out in Rule 6.2.2B.3—24 points

          and

          B. options to the value of six points comprising one unit from Group A in Table 6.2.2Bb (Chemical and Process Engineering options);

          (ii) for the Civil Engineering program:

          units required to make up either—

          A. the Civil Engineering major (MJ-ECIVM) as set out in Rule 6.2.2C.2—30 points

          or

          B. the Offshore Engineering major (MJ-EOFFM) as set out in Rule 6.2.2C.3—30 points

          (iii) for the Electrical and Electronic Engineering program:

          options to a total value of six points comprising one unit from Group A in Table 6.2.2Eb (Electrical and Electronic Engineering options);

          (iv) for the Environmental Engineering program:

          A. all units in one of Group A (Environmental Engineering major), Group B (Ocean Systems Engineering major) or Group C (Water Resources Engineering major) in Table 6.2.2Fb (Environmental Engineering; Ocean Systems Engineering; Water Resources Engineering major units)—30 points

          and

          B. options to a total value of 12 points comprising one unit from Group A and one unit from Group B in Table 6.2.2Fc (Environmental Engineering options);

          (v) for the Mechanical Engineering program:

          A. both units in Group A or B in Table 6.2.2Hb (Mechanical Engineering project units)—12 points

          and

          B. options to a total value of 30 points comprising one unit from Group A and four units from Group B in Table 6.2.2Hc (Mechanical Engineering options);

          (vi) for the Mechatronics Engineering program:

          options to a total value of 24 points comprising one unit from Group A and three units from Group B in Table 6.2.2Ib (Mechatronics Engineering options);

          (vii) for the Mining Engineering program:

          options to a total value of 18 points comprising three units from Group A in Table 6.2.2Kb (Mining Engineering options);

          (viii) for the Petroleum Engineering program:

          options to a total value of 12 points comprising two units from Group A in Table 6.2.2Ob (Petroleum Engineering options);

          and

          (d) practical experience through a professional practicum as set out in Rules 6.2.2A.10 to 6.2.2A.13 in the Faculty of Engineering, Computing and Mathematics Rules (GENG4010 Professional Practicum1).

          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.

          Award of Bachelor of Engineering with honours

          11.1.20.5 The Faculty of Engineering, Computing and Mathematics may award the degree of Bachelor of Engineering with honours to a student who has completed the requirements of the Bachelor of Engineering course at a sufficiently high level.

          For further information refer to the honours classification policy.

        • 11.1.21 Rescinded
        • 11.1.22 Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Laws (21140) Only available to re-enrolling students.

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

          Applicability of the general provisions

          11.1.22.1 The general provisions in 11.1.1 apply to the course.

          Course structure

          11.1.22.2 The combined course for the degrees of Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Laws consists of units to a total value of 282 or 288 points including a Bachelor of Commerce component to a value of 90 or 96 points and a Bachelor of Laws component to a value of 192 points.

          Bachelor of Commerce component

          11.1.22.3(1) The Bachelor of Commerce component consists of units to a total value of 90 or 96 points comprising—

          (a) both units in Table 4.2.4a (Bachelor of Commerce Level 1 core units) in the UWA Business School Rules—12 points

          and

          (b) STAT1520 Economic and Business Statistics—6 points

          and

          (c) Level 1 units to the value of 12 to 18 points chosen—

          either

          (i) from those listed in Table 4.2.4b (Bachelor of Commerce Level 1 options) in the UWA Business School Rules excluding LAWS1104 Introduction to Law;

          or

          (ii) from other Level 1 units offered within the University;

          and

          (d) units to make up the remaining number of points required for the component chosen—

          either

          (i) from Table 4.2.2u (Level 2 and 3 units offered by the Faculty) in the UWA Business School Rules;

          or

          (ii) from other Level 2 and 3 units offered within the University.

          (2) The units chosen under (1) must include the requirements for at least one of the majors set out in UWA Business School Rules 4.2.4.10 to 4.2.4.21A.

          (3) Students who have not obtained a minimum scaled score of 50 per cent in WACE Mathematics 3A/3B, WACE Mathematics 3C/3D, TEE Applicable Mathematics, TEE Calculus, or equivalent, must include ECON1111 Quantitative Methods for Business and Economics (6 points) in the Level 1 units required under (1)(c).

          Bachelor of Laws component

          11.1.22.4 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.

          11.1.22.5 Rescinded

          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).

        • 11.1.23 Rescinded
        • 11.1.24 Rescinded
        • 11.1.25 Bachelor of Computer and Mathematical Sciences and Bachelor of Engineering (61100) Only available to re-enrolling students.

          Note: This course is only available to re-enrolling students and is only available with the Electrical and Electronic Engineering program. Students must consult the Study Guide for this course when planning their enrolment.

          Applicability of the general provisions

          11.1.25.1 The general provisions in 11.1.1 apply to the course.

          Course structure

          11.1.25.2(1) The combined course for the degrees of Bachelor of Computer and Mathematical Sciences and Bachelor of Engineering consists of units to a total value of 240 to 252 points depending on the combination of majors taken for the Bachelor of Computer and Mathematical Sciences and allowing for units which are cross-credited between the courses and units referred to in (2).

          (2) The Faculty of Engineering, Computing and Mathematics will accept certain units or groups of units completed in the Bachelor of Computer and Mathematical Sciences component as alternatives to or equivalents of units required for the Bachelor of Engineering component.1

          1 For details of these units students should consult the Faculty of Engineering, Computing and Mathematics website and the Study Guide for this course.

          Bachelor of Computer and Mathematical Sciences component

          11.1.25.3 The Bachelor of Computer and Mathematical Sciences component consists of units to a total value of 102 to 108 points comprising—

          (a) the requirements for two majors from those listed in (i) and (ii) under Faculty of Engineering, Computing and Mathematics Rule 6.2.3.3(1)(b), details of which are set out in 6.2.3 of that Faculty’s Rules;

          and

          (b) the units as set out in Faculty of Engineering, Computing and Mathematics Rule 6.2.3.3(4) except that—

          (i) under Rule 6.2.3.3(4)(c) students must take only MATH1001 Mathematical Methods 1 and MATH1002 Mathematical Methods 2; and

          (ii) under Rule 6.2.3.3(4)(e) students must take at least MATH2209 Calculus and Probability 1 and MATH2020 Multivariable Calculus and Linear Algebra 1.

          1 This unit is no longer offered. Students requiring this unit or its equivalent should refer to the ECM study guides.

          Bachelor of Engineering component

          11.1.25.4 The Bachelor of Engineering component consists of units to a total value of 168 points comprising—

          (a) all foundation core units required under Rule 6.2.2A.6(1)(a) in the Faculty of Engineering, Computing and Mathematics Rules—36 points

          and

          (b)(i) all the units in Group A, one unit from Group B and three units from Group D in the core units for the Electrical and Electronic Engineering program as prescribed in Table 6.2.2Ea (Electrical and Electronic Engineering core units) in the Faculty of Engineering, Computing and Mathematics Rules—126 points

          and

          (ii) options to a total value of six points comprising one unit from Group A in Table 6.2.2Eb (Electrical and Electronic Engineering options);

          and

          (c) practical experience through a professional practicum as set out in Rules 6.2.2A.10 to 6.2.2A.13 in the Faculty of Engineering, Computing and Mathematics Rules (GENG4010 Professional Practicum1).

          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.

          Award of Bachelor of Engineering with honours

          11.1.25.5 The Faculty of Engineering, Computing and Mathematics may award the degree of Bachelor of Engineering with honours to a student who has completed the requirements of the Bachelor of Engineering course at a sufficiently high level.

          For further information refer to https://www.ecm.uwa.edu.au/students/exams/honours.

        • 11.1.26 Bachelor of Computer Science and Bachelor of Engineering (61160) Only available to re-enrolling students.

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

          (2) Re-enrolling students in the Materials Engineering program should refer to the 2010 Rules for this program. Students in this program should note that MECH3402 Engineering Project 1 is now added as an option in Table 6.2.2Gb—Materials Engineering options and is no longer a core unit.

          (3) The Oil and Gas Engineering program is only available to re-enrolling students who should refer to the 2007 Rules for the program.

          Applicability of the general provisions

          11.1.26.1 The general provisions in 11.1.1 apply to the course.

          Course structure

          11.1.26.2(1) The combined course for the degrees of Bachelor of Computer Science and Bachelor of Engineering consists of—

          (a) units to a total value of 240 points;

          and

          (b) 16 weeks’ practical experience (GENG4020 Professional Practicum1) in an engineering-related workplace approved by the Faculty.2

          (2) The Faculty may, on written application by a student and on production of satisfactory evidence, accept work completed by the student prior to acceptance into the course as fulfilling the requirements of (1)(b) and (4).

          (3) In exceptional circumstances, the Faculty may vary the requirements for practical experience if satisfied that such practical experience cannot be obtained or undertaken.

          (4) Students must submit two copies, one for each component of the combined course, of a report on work completed for the practical experience (GENG4020 Professional Practicum1) required under (1)(b) or on work accepted by the Faculty under (2) as fulfilling the requirements of (1)(b), and a Certificate of Practical Work Performed (available on the Faculty’s website).

          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 Students are required to make their own arrangements for practical experience but, to facilitate their efforts, they should seek advice from members of the Faculty and register with the Careers Centre.

          Bachelor of Computer Science component

          11.1.26.3 The Bachelor of Computer Science component consists of units to a total value of 72 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) the requirements for completion of one of the following majors:

          (i) Systems (MJ-SYSTM) comprising the four units not already taken 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 three units not already taken 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 four units not already taken from Table 6.2.3g (Computation major core units) in the Faculty of Engineering, Computing and Mathematics Rules—24 points

          and

          (c) units to make up the remaining required points from Table 6.2.5b (Bachelor of Computer Science Level 2 options)—12 or 18 points.

          Bachelor of Engineering component

          11.1.26.4 The Bachelor of Engineering component consists of units to a total value of 168 points comprising—

          (a) all foundation core units required under Rule 6.2.2A.6(1)(a) in the Faculty of Engineering, Computing and Mathematics Rules—36 points

          and

          (b) the core units for the chosen Bachelor of Engineering program as prescribed in the respective rules for the relevant program in 6.2 of the Faculty of Engineering, Computing and Mathematics Rules, 90 to 144 points, except that—

          (i) Chemical and Process Engineering students must not take CITS2401 Computer Analysis and Visualisation (replacing GENG2140 Modelling and Computer Analysis for Engineers);

          (ii) Electrical and Electronic Engineering students must take all units in Group A except CITS2401 Computer Analysis and Visualisation (replacing GENG2140 Modelling and Computer Analysis for Engineers), one unit from each of Groups B and C, and three units from Group D in Table 6.2.2Ea (Electrical and Electronic Engineering core units)—126 points

          and

          (c) other units from the relevant table(s) in the Faculty of Engineering, Computing and Mathematics Rules as follows:

          (i) for the Chemical and Process Engineering program:

          A. the requirements for one of the following majors: the Chemical Engineering major (MJ-ECHEM) as set out in Rule 6.2.2B.2 or the Hydrocarbon Processing major (MJ-EHCPR) as set out in Rule 6.2.2B.3—24 points

          and

          B. options to the value of 12 points comprising one unit from Group A and one unit from Group B in Table 6.2.2Bb (Chemical and Process Engineering options);

          (ii) for the Civil Engineering program:

          units required to make up either—

          A. the Civil Engineering major (MJ-ECIVM) as set out in Rule 6.2.2C.2—30 points

          or

          B. the Offshore Engineering major (MJ-EOFFM) as set out in Rule 6.2.2C.3—30 points

          (iii) for the Electrical and Electronic Engineering program:

          options to a total value of six points comprising one unit from Group A in Table 6.2.2Eb (Electrical and Electronic Engineering options);

          (iv) for the Environmental Engineering program:

          A. all units in one of Group A (Environmental Engineering major), Group B (Ocean Systems Engineering major) or Group C (Water Resources Engineering major) in Table 6.2.2Fb (Environmental Engineering; Ocean Systems Engineering; Water Resources Engineering major units)—30 points

          and

          B. options to a total value of 12 points comprising two units from Group B in Table 6.2.2Fc (Environmental Engineering options);

          (v) for the Mechanical Engineering program:

          A. all units in Group A or B in Table 6.2.2Hb (Mechanical Engineering project units)—12 points

          and

          B. options to a total value of 30 points comprising one unit from Group A and four units from Group B in Table 6.2.2Hc (Mechanical Engineering options);

          (vi) for the Mechatronics Engineering program: 1

          options to a total value of 36 points comprising one unit from Group A and five units from Group B in Table 6.2.2Ib (Mechatronics Engineering options);

          (vii) for the Mining Engineering program:

          options to a total value of 18 points comprising three units from Group A in Table 6.2.2Kb (Mining Engineering options);

          (viii) for the Petroleum Engineering program: 2

          options to a total value of 12 points comprising two units from Group A in Table 6.2.2Ob (Petroleum Engineering options).

          1 For the Mechatronics Engineering program, CITS1001 Object-Oriented Programming and Software Engineering (formerly CITS1200 Java Programming) and CITS1002 Programming and Systems (formerly CITS1210 C Programming) are taken in the Bachelor of Computer Science component.

          2 For the Petroleum Engineering program, CITS1001 Object-Oriented Programming and Software Engineering (formerly CITS1200 Java Programming) is taken in the Bachelor of Computer Science component.

          Award of Bachelor of Engineering with honours

          11.1.26.5 The Faculty of Engineering, Computing and Mathematics may award the degree of Bachelor of Engineering with honours to a student who has completed the requirements of the Bachelor of Engineering course at a sufficiently high level.

          For further information refer to https://www.ecm.uwa.edu.au/studentnet/exams/honours.

        • 11.1.27 Rescinded
        • 11.1.28 Bachelor of Economics and Bachelor of Laws (pre-2003: 2017; post-2003: 21160) Only available to re-enrolling students.

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

          Applicability of the general provisions

          11.1.28.1 The general provisions in 11.1.1 apply to the course.

          Course structure

          11.1.28.2 The combined course for the degrees of Bachelor of Economics and Bachelor of Laws consists of units to a total value of 282 or 288 points comprising a Bachelor of Economics component to the value of 90 or 96 points and a Bachelor of Laws component to the value of 192 points.

          Bachelor of Economics component

          11.1.28.3(1) The Bachelor of Economics component consists of units to a total value of 90 or 96 points comprising—

          (a) all units in Table 4.2.2a (Bachelor of Economics Level 1 core units) in the UWA Business School Rules—12 points

          and

          (b) STAT1520 Economic and Business Statistics—6 points

          and

          (c) Level 1 units to the value of 12 to 18 points chosen—

          either

          (i) from those listed in Table 4.2.2b (Bachelor of Economics Level 1 options) in the UWA Business School Rules excluding LAWS1104 Introduction to Law;

          or

          (ii) from other Level 1 units offered within the University;

          and

          (d) units to make up the remaining number of points required for the component chosen—

          either

          (i) from Table 4.2.2u (Level 2 and 3 units offered by the Faculty) in the UWA Business School Rules;

          or

          (ii) from other Level 2 and 3 units offered within the University.

          (2) The units chosen under (1) must include the requirements for at least one of the majors set out in UWA Business School Rules 4.2.2.10 to 4.2.2.15.

          (3) Students who have not obtained a minimum scaled score of 50 per cent in WACE Mathematics 3A/3B, WACE Mathematics 3C/3D, TEE Applicable Mathematics, TEE Calculus, or equivalent, must include ECON1111 Quantitative Methods for Business and Economics (6 points) in the Level 1 units required under (1)(c).

          (4) 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.

          Bachelor of Laws component

          11.1.28.4 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.

          11.1.28.5 Rescinded

          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).

        • 11.1.29 Bachelor of Education and Bachelor of Science (51180) Only available to re-enrolling students.

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

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

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

          (4) 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.

          Applicability of the general provisions

          11.1.29.1 The general provisions in 11.1.1 apply to the course except as set out in the rules which follow.

          Admission

          11.1.29.2 To be eligible to apply for enrolment in the combined course an applicant must be qualified for entry to the course for the Bachelor of Science (50110).

          Course structure

          11.1.29.3 The combined course for the degrees of Bachelor of Education and Bachelor of Science consists of units to a total value of 210 to 228 points comprising a Bachelor of Education component to a minimum total value of 96 points and a maximum total value of 102 points and a Bachelor of Science component to the value of at least 114 points and no more than 126 points.

          Bachelor of Education component

          11.1.29.4(1) The Bachelor of Education component consists of units to a minimum total value of 96 points and a maximum total value of 102 points.

          (2) Students must select at least one major.1

          1 The term 'major' when applied to the Bachelor of Education relates to a curriculum or teaching area. Hence, geography, history, economics and politics comprise a major in Society and Environment; French, German, Japanese, etc. comprise a major in LOTE (Languages Other Than English); and physics, chemistry, biology, etc. comprise a major in Science.

          (3) The Faculty may permit students to include a second major if they have the necessary prerequisites.

          (4) Students who take one major only must also take a minor.

          (5) A major comprises one Curriculum I unit and one corresponding Curriculum II unit.

          (6) A minor comprises one Curriculum I unit.

          (7) The course with one major (a single major) is as set out in (10)(a).

          (8) The course with two majors (a double major) is as set out in (10)(b).

          (9) Students will not be permitted to exceed the total number of points prescribed for the component unless the Faculty permits otherwise in exceptional circumstances.

          (10) The Bachelor of Education component comprises—

          (a) for students studying one major and one minor teaching area:

          (i) all units in Group A in Table 11.1.29a (Bachelor of Education and Bachelor of Science—Education core units)—48 points

          and

          (ii) two Curriculum I units from Group A in Table 11.1.29b (Bachelor of Education and Bachelor of Science—Education options), one of which must be the first component of the chosen major—12 points

          and

          (iii) the following units which must be taken concurrently:

          A. all units in Group B in Table 11.1.29a (Bachelor of Education and Bachelor of Science—Education core units)—30 points

          and

          B. one Curriculum II unit from Group B in Table 11.1.29b (Bachelor of Education and Bachelor of Science—Education options), which is the second component of the chosen major—6 points

          or

          (b) for students studying two major teaching areas:

          (i) all units in Group A in Table 11.1.29a (Bachelor of Education and Bachelor of Science—Education core units)—48 points

          and

          (ii) two Curriculum I units from Group A in Table 11.1.29b (Bachelor of Education and Bachelor of Science—Education options), which are the first components of the chosen majors—12 points

          and

          (iii) the following units which must be taken concurrently:

          A. all units in Group B in Table 11.1.29a (Bachelor of Education and Bachelor of Science—Education core units)—30 points

          and

          B. two Curriculum II units from Group B in Table 11.1.29b (Bachelor of Education and Bachelor of Science—Education options), which are the second components of the chosen majors—12 points.

          (11) Unless the Progress Committee approves otherwise, students are not permitted to proceed to the following units until the Bachelor of Science component is complete:

          AvailabilityUnit codeUnit name
          EDUC5414Assistant Teacher Practicum (18 points)
          EDUC5546Teaching Contexts (6 points)
          EDUC5481Professional Practice I (6 points)
          EDUC5485Development, Teaching and Learning: Theory and Practice (6 points); and
          the curriculum major comprising the relevant Curriculum I and Curriculum II units
          Bachelor of Science component

          11.1.29.5 The Bachelor of Science component consists of units to a total value of 114 to 126 points from Table 9.2.2a [Recognised units for the Bachelor of Science (50110)] comprising—

          (a) Level 1 units to a minimum value of 36 points and a maximum value of 48 points including—

          (i) at least one pair of units from each of Groups A and B in Table 11.1.29c (Bachelor of Education and Bachelor of Science—Science options)—at least 24 points

          and

          (ii) one pair of units from Group C in Table 11.1.29c (Bachelor of Education and Bachelor of Science—Science options)—12 points

          and

          (b) Level 2 units to a minimum value of 30 points and a maximum value of 54 points including 24 points from at least two Science subject areas as follows:

          (i) units to a value of 12 to 18 points leading to an approved Science major1 as listed in 9.2.6.2 in the Faculty of Science Rules, and chosen from Group D in Table 11.1.29c (Bachelor of Education and Bachelor of Science—Science options);

          and

          (ii) other approved Level 2 units to make up the required points chosen from Table 9.2.2a [Recognised units for the Bachelor of Science (50110)] in the Faculty of Science Rules;

          and

          (c) Level 3 units to a minimum value of 24 points and a maximum value of 48 points chosen from Table 9.2.2a [Recognised units for the Bachelor of Science (50110)] in the Faculty of Science Rules and leading to the completion of at least one of the majors listed in 9.2.6.2 of those rules.1

          1 The units which lead to completion of science majors are set out in the major sequences in 9.2.6 of the Faculty of Science Rules.

          Credit for previously completed work

          11.1.29.6(1) If credit is granted towards the combined course for units passed through Continuing Education, it will be for Level 1 and 2 units only and will not exceed 24 points.

          (2) If credit is granted towards the Bachelor of Education on the basis of units completed at an approved institution, it will not exceed 24 points.

          (3) Credit will not be granted for previously completed professional practice units, or equivalent.

          Failure to pass a professional practice 1 unit

          11.1.29.7(1) Students who do not pass a professional practice1 unit will have their case considered by a committee comprising—

          (a) the Dean of the Faculty of Education;

          (b) the Director of Teaching; and

          (c) the Deputy Dean of the Faculty of Education.

          (2) The committee will take into account all relevant information and recommend to the Faculty of Education that the student—

          (a) repeat the professional practice unit;

          or

          (b) repeat the professional practice unit following completion of specified additional relevant work;

          or

          (c) not be permitted to re-enrol in the course.

          (3) If the Faculty of Education permits a student to repeat a professional practice unit, it will determine whether the unit may be repeated in the same or a subsequent year taking into consideration the student's overall performance in the course.

          1 EDUC2202 Constructions of Teachers' Work, EDUC3303 Introduction to Teaching, EDUC5481 Professional Practice I, EDUC5414 Assistant Teacher Practicum

          Satisfactory progress

          11.1.29.8(1) To make satisfactory progress in a year in which a student is enrolled in a professional practice1 unit, the student must, in addition to passing units to the value of at least half the total points value of units in which they are enrolled, pass the professional practice1 unit(s) in which they are enrolled.

          (2) To make satisfactory progress in a year in which a student is not enrolled in a professional practice1 unit, the student must pass units to the value of at least half the total points value of units in which they are enrolled.

          1 EDUC2202 Constructions of Teachers' Work, EDUC3303 Introduction to Teaching, EDUC5481 Professional Practice I, EDUC5414 Assistant Teacher Practicum

          Progress status

          11.1.29.9(1) Students who pass the professional practice1 unit(s) but do not pass units to a value of at least half the total points value of units in which they are enrolled are assigned the progress status of 'Suspended'.

          (2) Students who pass units to a value of at least half the total points value of units for which they are enrolled but who fail a professional practice1 unit are, if the Committee described in 11.1.29.7 so recommends under that Rule, assigned the progress status of 'Excluded'.

          (3) Students who do not pass units to a value of at least half the total points value of units for which they are enrolled and who fail a professional practice1 unit, are assigned the progress status of 'Excluded'.

          (4) University Policy applies to students who fail to make satisfactory progress in terms of 11.1.29.8(2).

          (5) Students who twice fail to make satisfactory progress are assigned the progress status of 'Excluded'.

          1 EDUC2202 Constructions of Teachers' Work, EDUC3303 Introduction to Teaching, EDUC5481 Professional Practice I, EDUC5414 Assistant Teacher Practicum

          • Table 11.1.29a—Bachelor of Education and Bachelor of Science—Education core units
            Key to availability of units:
            S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period;
            T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3;
            NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period;
            N/A = not available in 2019; * = to be advised

            Note: The unit availability does not form part of the rules and may be subject to change.

            All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

            Group A
            AvailabilityUnit codeUnit name
            EDUC1100Education in Australia 1
            EDUC1101Youth Culture 1
            EDUC2200Educational Psychology 1
            EDUC2202Constructions of Teachers' Work 1
            EDUC3301Language and Literacy 1
            EDUC3303Introduction to Teaching 1
            NSEDUC5429Perspectives in Aboriginal Education
            EDUC5546Teaching Contexts
            Group B
            AvailabilityUnit codeUnit name
            EDUC5414Assistant Teacher Practicum (18 points)
            EDUC5481Professional Practice I
            EDUC5485Development, Teaching and Learning: Theory and Practice

            1 This unit is no longer available.

             
          • Table 11.1.29b—Bachelor of Education and Bachelor of Science—Education options
            Key to availability of units:
            S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period;
            T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3;
            NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period;
            N/A = not available in 2019; * = to be advised

            Note: The unit availability does not form part of the rules and may be subject to change.

            All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

            Group A—Curriculum I units
            AvailabilityUnit codeUnit name
            EDUC5445Art Curriculum I
            NSEDUC5460English Curriculum I
            NSEDUC5461Languages Education Curriculum I
            NSEDUC5462Mathematics Curriculum I
            EDUC5463Career Development Curriculum I
            EDUC5464Information and Communication Technology Curriculum I
            NSEDUC5465Science Curriculum I
            NSEDUC5466Humanities and Social Sciences Curriculum I
            EDUC5467Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) Curriculum I
            NSEDUC5468Inclusive teaching of at-risk students
            Group B—Curriculum II units
            AvailabilityUnit codeUnit name
            EDUC5446Art Curriculum II
            NSEDUC5470English Curriculum II
            NSEDUC5471Languages Education Curriculum II
            NSEDUC5472Mathematics Curriculum II
            EDUC5474Information and Communication Technology Curriculum II
            NSEDUC5475Science Curriculum II
            NSEDUC5476Humanities and Social Sciences Curriculum II
            EDUC5477Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) Curriculum II
          • Table 11.1.29c—Bachelor of Education and Bachelor of Science—Science options
            Key to availability of units:
            S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period;
            T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3;
            NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period;
            N/A = not available in 2019; * = to be advised

            Note: The unit availability does not form part of the rules and may be subject to change.

            All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

            Group A
            AvailabilityUnit codeUnit name
            S1, S2CHEM1001Chemistry—Properties and Energetics
            S1, S2CHEM1002Chemistry—Structure and Reactivity
            S1, S2PHYS1001Physics for Scientists and Engineers
            S1, S2PHYS1002Modern Physics
            Group B
            AvailabilityUnit codeUnit name
            S1ANHB1101Human Biology I: Becoming Human
            S2ANHB1102Human Biology II: Being Human
            S1BIOL1130Frontiers in Biology
            S2BIOL1131Plant and Animal Biology
            S1SSEH1101The Musculoskeletal System and Movement
            S2SSEH1102Applied Anatomy and Athletic Performance
            Group C
            AvailabilityUnit codeUnit name
            S1, S2CITS1001Software Engineering with Java
            CITS1002Programming and Systems
            S1EART1105Dynamic Planet
            S2EART1104Discovering Earth
            S1EART1105Dynamic Planet
            GEOG1102Globalisation, Environment and Development
            MATH1001Mathematical Methods 1; and
            MATH1002Mathematical Methods 2
            MATH1712Intermediate Mathematics Specialist; and
            S1, S2STAT1400Statistics for Science
            Group D
            AvailabilityUnit codeUnit name
            S1CHEM2001Core Chemical Concepts and Techniques
            S1CHEM2002Physical and Analytical Chemistry
            S1CHEM2003Chemical Synthesis
            S1MATH2021Introduction to Applied Mathematics
            S1MATH2031Introduction to Pure Mathematics
            S1PHYS2001Quantum Physics and Electromagnetism
            S2PHYS2002Many Particle Systems
            S1, S2CITS2401Computer Analysis and Visualisation
            STAT2061Probability and Mathematical Statistics
            S2STAT2402Analysis of Observations
            S1STAT2401Analysis of Experiments
             
        • 11.1.30 Bachelor of Engineering and Bachelor of Science (51160) Only available to re-enrolling students.

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

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

          (3) The Computer Engineering, Materials Engineering, Process Instrumentation and Control Engineering, and Software Engineering programs are only available to re-enrolling students who should refer to the 2010 Rules for these programs.

          (4) The Oil and Gas Engineering program is only available to re-enrolling students who should refer to the 2007 Rules for the program.

          (5) Students completing the Nanotechnology major are governed by the 2013 rules.

          (6) 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.

          Applicability of the general provisions

          11.1.30.1 The general provisions in 11.1.1 apply to the course.

          Course structure

          11.1.30.2 The combined course for the degrees of Bachelor of Engineering and Bachelor of Science consists of a Bachelor of Engineering component as set out in Rule 11.1.30.4 and a Bachelor of Science component as set out in Rule 11.1.30.6 and comprises units to a total value of 240 to 270 points depending on the combination of engineering program and science major that is chosen.

          Approved combinations

          11.1.30.3(1) A student must complete one of the approved combinations of Science majors and Engineering programs set out in Table 11.1.30a (Approved combinations of Engineering programs and Science majors).

          (2) Other combinations may be available with the approval of the Faculty of Science and the Faculty of Engineering, Computing and Mathematics.

          Bachelor of Engineering component

          11.1.30.4(1) The Bachelor of Engineering component consists of units to a total value of 168 to 174 points which, following the cross-crediting of units or groups of units completed in the Bachelor of Science component, as detailed in the Faculty Tables of Approved Equivalent or Alternative Units on the Faculty of Engineering, Computing and Mathematics website, will be reduced to 126 to 150 points depending on the combination of Bachelor of Engineering program and Bachelor of Science major chosen.

          (2) The component comprises—

          (a) all foundation core units required under Rule 6.2.2A.6(1)(a) in the Faculty of Engineering, Computing and Mathematics Rules—36 points

          and

          (b) the core units for the chosen Bachelor of Engineering program as prescribed in the respective rules for the relevant program in 6.2 of the Faculty of Engineering, Computing and Mathematics Rules, 90 to 144 points, except that—

          (i) Electrical and Electronic Engineering students must take all units in Group A, one unit from Group B, three units from Group D, and are exempt from taking the unit in Group C in Table 6.2.2Ea (Electrical and Electronic Engineering core units)—126 points

          and

          (c) options from the table of options for the chosen program in the Faculty of Engineering, Computing and Mathematics Rules as follows:

          (i) for the Chemical and Process Engineering program:

          A. the requirement for one of the following majors: the Chemical Engineering major (MJ-ECHEM) as set out in Rule 6.2.2B.2 or the Hydrocarbon Processing major (MJ-EHCPR) as set out in Rule 6.2.2B.3—24 points

          and

          B. options to the value of 12 points comprising one unit from Group A and one unit from Group B in Table 6.2.2Bb (Chemical and Processing Engineering options);

          (ii) for the Civil Engineering program:

          units required to make up either—

          A. the Civil Engineering major (MJ-ECIVM) as set out in Rule 6.2.2C.2—30 points

          or

          B. the Offshore Engineering major (MJ-EOFFM) as set out in Rule 6.2.2C.3—30 points

          (iii) for the Electrical and Electronic Engineering program:

          options to a total value of six points comprising one unit from Group A in Table 6.2.2Eb (Electrical and Electronic Engineering options);

          (iv) for the Environmental Engineering program:

          A. all units in one of Group A (Environmental Engineering major), Group B (Ocean Systems Engineering major) or Group C (Water Resources Engineering major) in Table 6.2.2Fb (Environmental Engineering; Ocean Systems Engineering; Water Resources Engineering major units)—30 points

          and

          B. one unit from Group A and one unit from Group B in Table 6.2.2Fc (Environmental Engineering options)—12 points

          (v) for the Mechanical Engineering program:

          A. all units in Group A or B in Table 6.2.2Hb (Mechanical Engineering Project units)—12 points

          and

          B. options to a total value of 36 points comprising one unit from Group A and five units from Group B in Table 6.2.2Hc (Mechanical Engineering options);

          (vi) for the Mechatronics Engineering program:

          options to a total value of 30 points comprising one unit from Group A and four units from Group B in Table 6.2.2Ib (Mechatronics Engineering options);

          (vii) for the Mining Engineering program:

          options to a total value of 18 points comprising three units from Group A in Table 6.2.2Kb (Mining Engineering options);

          (viii) for the Petroleum Engineering program:

          options to a total value of six points comprising one unit from Group A in Table 6.2.2.Ob (Petroleum Engineering options);

          and

          (d) practical experience through a professional practicum as set out in Rules 6.2.2A.10 to 6.2.2A.13 in the Faculty of Engineering, Computing and Mathematics Rules (GENG4010 Professional Practicum1).2

          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 the Faculty of Engineering, Computing and Mathematics website at https://www.ecm.uwa.edu.au/35442.

          Award of Bachelor of Engineering with honours

          11.1.30.5 The Faculty of Engineering, Computing and Mathematics may award the degree of Bachelor of Engineering with honours1 to a student who has completed the requirements of the Bachelor of Engineering course at a sufficiently high level.

          1 For further information refer to the honours classification policy.

          Bachelor of Science component

          11.1.30.6(1) Subject to (4), the Bachelor of Science component consists of units to a total value of 114 to 120 points from Table 9.2.2a [Recognised units for the Bachelor of Science (50110)] in the Faculty of Science Rules, including the units comprising the major sequence for at least one of the following majors as set out in 9.2.6 of those rules:

          Anatomy and Human Biology
          Applied Mathematics
          Astronomy and Astrophysics
          Biochemistry
          Botany
          Chemistry
          Computer Science
          Environmental Geoscience
          Geography
          Geology
          Land, Soil and Water
          Microbiology
          Pharmacology
          Physics
          Physiology
          Pure Mathematics
          Zoology

          (2) Students must complete—

          (a) Level 1 science units to the value of 30 to 48 points including—

          (i) the units in Table 11.1.30b (Bachelor of Engineering and Bachelor of Science—Science core units)—18 points

          and

          either

          (ii) the unit in Group A of Table 11.1.30c (Bachelor of Engineering and Bachelor of Science—Science options) and science units to the value of 6 to 24 points from Table 9.2.2a [Recognised units for the Bachelor of Science (50110)]—12 to 30 points

          or

          (iii) science units from Table 9.2.2a [Recognised units for the Bachelor of Science (50110)] including at least one pair of units leading to a second science major—12 to 30 points

          and

          (b) all units in Group B in Table 11.1.30c (Bachelor of Engineering and Bachelor of Science—Science options)—12 points

          and

          (c) Level 2 and 3 units to complete the major sequence for at least one of the majors in (1);

          and

          (d) if not already covered by (b), at least two Level 2 units in a second science subject area;

          and

          (e) if necessary to make up the required number of points for the component, other appropriate science units.

          • Table 11.1.30a—Approved combinations of Engineering programs and Science majors
            Chemical and Process Engineering

            Applied Mathematics
            Astronomy and Astrophysics
            Chemistry
            Computer Science
            Geology
            Mathematical Sciences
            Mathematical Statistics
            Physics
            Pure Mathematics

            Civil Engineering

            Applied Mathematics
            Astronomy and Astrophysics
            Chemistry
            Computer Science
            Geology
            Mathematical Sciences
            Mathematical Statistics
            Physics
            Pure Mathematics

            Electrical and Electronic Engineering

            Anatomy and Human Biology
            Applied Mathematics
            Astronomy and Astrophysics
            Biochemistry
            Chemistry
            Computer Science
            Mathematical Sciences
            Mathematical Statistics
            Nanotechnology
            Pharmacology
            Physics
            Physiology
            Pure Mathematics

            Environmental Engineering

            Applied Mathematics
            Astronomy and Astrophysics
            Botany
            Chemistry
            Computer Science
            Environmental Geoscience
            Geography
            Geology
            Land, Soil and Water
            Mathematical Sciences
            Mathematical Statistics
            Microbiology
            Physics
            Pure Mathematics
            Zoology

            Mechanical Engineering

            Anatomy and Human Biology
            Applied Mathematics
            Astronomy and Astrophysics
            Biochemistry
            Chemistry
            Computer Science
            Geology
            Mathematical Sciences
            Mathematical Statistics
            Pharmacology
            Physics
            Physiology
            Pure Mathematics

            Mechatronics Engineering

            Anatomy and Human Biology
            Applied Mathematics
            Astronomy and Astrophysics
            Biochemistry
            Chemistry
            Computer Science
            Mathematical Sciences
            Mathematical Statistics
            Pharmacology
            Physics
            Physiology
            Pure Mathematics

            Mining Engineering

            Applied Mathematics
            Astronomy and Astrophysics
            Chemistry
            Computer Science
            Geology
            Mathematical Sciences
            Mathematical Statistics
            Physics
            Pure Mathematics

            Petroleum Engineering

            Applied Mathematics
            Astronomy and Astrophysics
            Chemistry
            Computer Science
            Geology
            Mathematical Sciences
            Mathematical Statistics
            Physics
            Pure Mathematics

            Note: (1) Students interested in biomedical studies take Electrical and Electronic, Mechanical or Mechatronics Engineering and one of the following majors in Science: Anatomy and Human Biology, Biochemistry, Pharmacology and Physiology.

            (2) All courses must be decided upon in consultation with the Manager, Student Affairs of the Faculty of Engineering, Computing and Mathematics and either the Student Adviser of the Faculty of Science or the Manager, Student Office of the Faculty of Science, as appropriate to the chosen science major.

          • Table 11.1.30b—Bachelor of Engineering and Bachelor of Science—Science core units
            Key to availability of units:
            S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period;
            T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3;
            NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period;
            N/A = not available in 2019; * = to be advised

            Note: The unit availability does not form part of the rules and may be subject to change.

            All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

            AvailabilityUnit codeUnit name
            MATH1001Mathematical Methods 1
            MATH1002Mathematical Methods 2
            S1, S2PHYS1001Physics for Scientists and Engineers
          • Table 11.1.30c—Bachelor of Engineering and Bachelor of Science—Science options
            Key to availability of units:
            S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period;
            T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3;
            NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period;
            N/A = not available in 2019; * = to be advised

            Note: The unit availability does not form part of the rules and may be subject to change.

            All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

            Group A
            AvailabilityUnit codeUnit name
            S1, S2PHYS1002Modern Physics
            Group B
            AvailabilityUnit codeUnit name
            MATH2020Multivariable Calculus and Linear Algebra 1, 2
            MATH2209Calculus and Probability 1, 2

            1 Students who have not completed MATH2020 and MATH2209 must contact the Science Student Office for advice on a replacement unit.

            2 This unit is no longer available.

        • 11.1.31 Rescinded
        • 11.1.32 Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Science (21150) Only available to re-enrolling students.

          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.

        • 11.1.33 [Rescinded]
        • 11.1.34 Rescinded
        • 11.1.35 [Rescinded]
        • 11.1.36 Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Economics (41180) Only available to re-enrolling students.

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

          Applicability of the general provisions

          11.1.36.1 The general provisions in 11.1.1 apply to the course.

          Course structure

          11.1.36.2 The combined course for the degrees of Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Economics consists of units to a total value of 216 or 222 points comprising—

          (a) a Bachelor of Commerce component to the value of 102 points;

          and

          (b) a Bachelor of Economics component to the value of 102 points;

          and

          (c) units common to both components to the value of 12 or 18 points.

          Common units

          11.1.36.3(1) All students must complete the following units:

          (a) ECON1101 Microeconomics: Prices and Markets—6 points

          and

          (b) either

          STAT1520 Economic and Business Statistics—6 points

          or

          a Level 1 mathematics unit approved by the Faculty—6 points.

          (2) Students who have not obtained a minimum scaled score of 50 per cent in WACE Mathematics 3A/3B, WACE Mathematics 3C/3D, TEE Applicable Mathematics, TEE Calculus, or equivalent, must also complete ECON1111 Quantitative Methods for Business and Economics (6 points).

          Bachelor of Commerce component

          11.1.36.4(1) The Bachelor of Commerce component consists of units to a total value of 102 points comprising—

          (a) ACCT1101 Financial Accounting—6 points

          and

          (b) Level 1 units to the value of 12 to 24 points chosen from—

          (i) Table 4.2.4b (Bachelor of Commerce Level 1 options) in the UWA Business School Rules; or

          (ii) other Level 1 units offered within the University;

          and

          (c) units to make up the remaining number of points required (72 to 84 points) chosen from—

          (i) Table 4.2.2u (Level 2 and 3 units offered by the Faculty) in the UWA Business School Rules; or

          (ii) from other Level 2 and 3 units offered within the University.

          (2) The units chosen under (1) must include the requirements for at least one of the majors set out in UWA Business School Rules 4.2.4.10 to 4.2.4.21A.

          Bachelor of Economics component

          11.1.36.5(1) The Bachelor of Economics component consists of units to a total value of 102 points comprising—

          (a) ECON1102 Macroeconomics: Money and Finance—6 points

          and

          (b) Level 1 units to the value of 12 to 24 points chosen from—

          (i) Table 4.2.2b (Bachelor of Economics Level 1 options) in the UWA Business School Rules; or

          (ii) other Level 1 units offered within the University;

          and

          (c) units to make up the remaining number of points required (72 to 84 points) chosen from—

          (i) Table 4.2.2u (Level 2 and 3 units offered by the Faculty) in the UWA Business School Rules; or

          (ii) other Level 2 and 3 units offered within the University.

          (2) The units chosen under (1) must include the requirements for at least one of the majors set out in the UWA Business School Rules 4.2.2.10 to 4.2.2.15.

          (3) Students who do not complete 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.

          Substitution of units

          11.1.36.6 Students may request permission to substitute a Level 1 unit for a Level 2 or 3 unit for the purposes of professional accreditation, or to complete the prerequisites for an additional major or to meet the degree requirements.

        • 11.1.37 Rescinded
        • 11.1.38 Rescinded
        • 11.1.39 Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Science (51020)

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

          (2) Students enrolled in the Bachelor of Commerce or Bachelor of Economics and Bachelor of Science combined course (51170) should refer to the 2004 Rules.

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

          (4) 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.

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

          Applicability of the general provisions

          11.1.39.1 The general provisions in 11.1.1 apply to the course.

          Course structure

          11.1.39.2 The combined course for the degrees of Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Science consists of units to a total value of 216 to 228 points, dependent on the majors selected, comprising—

          (a) a Bachelor of Commerce component to the value of 102 to 108 points;

          and

          (b) a Bachelor of Science component to the value of 102 to 108 points;

          and

          (c) mathematics units common to both components to the value of 12 points.

          Mathematics common units

          11.1.39.3 All students must complete one unit from Group A and one unit from Group B:

          Group A
          AvailabilityUnit codeUnit name
          MATH1001Mathematical Methods 1
          MATH1712Intermediate Mathematics Specialist
          MATH1711Introductory Mathematics Specialist
          MATH1701Introductory Mathematics Foundations
          Group B
          AvailabilityUnit codeUnit name
          MATH1002Mathematical Methods 2
          S1, S2STAT1400Statistics for Science
          S1, S2STAT1520Economic and Business Statistics
          S1, S2SCIE1104Science, Society and Data Analysis

          1 A mark of at least 70 per cent in MATH1050 Introductory Calculus is required for progression to STAT1520 Economic and Business Statistics.

          Bachelor of Commerce component

          11.1.39.4 The Bachelor of Commerce component consists of units to a total value of 102 to 108 points comprising—

          (a) Level 1 units to the value of 18 to 36 points including—

          (i)

          AvailabilityUnit codeUnit name
          S1, S2ACCT1101Financial Accounting
          S1, S2ECON1101Microeconomics: Prices and Markets

          and

          (ii) Level 1 units to make up an overall total of 18 to 36 points from Level 1 units, chosen from Group B in Table 4.2.4b (Bachelor of Commerce Level 1 options) in the UWA Business School Rules or from other Level 1 units offered within the University;

          and

          (b) Level 2 and 3 units to the value of 66 to 90 points 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 4.2.4.10 to 4.2.4.21A.

          Bachelor of Science component

          11.1.39.5(1) The Bachelor of Science component consists of units to a total value of 102 to 108 points comprising—

          (a) Level 1 units to the value of at least 24 points and not more than 36 points chosen in consultation with a Faculty Adviser that could lead to at least three 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 at least one of the majors 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 chosen from Table 9.2.2a [Recognised units for the Bachelor of Science (50110)] leading to completion of at least one of the majors 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 of those subject areas.

          Credit

          11.1.39.6 If credit is granted towards the combined course for units passed through Continuing Education, it will not exceed 24 points.

          [Approved exception to University Policy]

        • 11.1.39A [Rescinded]
        • 11.1.40 Bachelor of Economics and Bachelor of Science (51010)

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

          (2) Students enrolled in the Bachelor of Commerce or Bachelor of Economics and Bachelor of Science combined course (51170) should refer to the 2004 Rules.

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

          (4) 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.

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

          Applicability of the general provisions

          11.1.40.1 The general provisions in 11.1.1 apply to the course.

          Course structure

          11.1.40.2 The combined course for the degrees of Bachelor of Economics and Bachelor of Science consists of units to a total value of 216 to 228 points, dependent on the majors selected, comprising—

          (a) a Bachelor of Economics component to the value of 102 to 108 points;

          and

          (b) a Bachelor of Science component to the value of 102 to 108 points;

          and

          (c) mathematics units common to both components to the value of 12 points.

          Mathematics common units

          11.1.40.3 All students must complete one unit from Group A and one unit from Group B:

          Group A
          AvailabilityUnit codeUnit name
          MATH1001Mathematical Methods 1
          MATH1712Intermediate Mathematics Specialist
          MATH1711Introductory Mathematics Specialist
          MATH1701Introductory Mathematics Foundations
          Group B
          AvailabilityUnit codeUnit name
          MATH1002Mathematical Methods 2
          S1, S2STAT1400Statistics for Science
          S1, S2STAT1520Economic and Business Statistics
          S1, S2SCIE1104Science, Society and Data Analysis
          Bachelor of Economics component

          11.1.40.4(1) The Bachelor of Economics component consists of units to a total value of 102 to 108 points comprising—

          (a) Level 1 units to the value of 18 to 36 points including—

          (i) the following units:

          AvailabilityUnit codeUnit name
          S1, S2ECON1101Microeconomics: Prices and Markets
          S1, S2ECON1102Macroeconomics: Money and Finance

          and

          (ii) units to make up an overall total of 18 to 36 points from Level 1 units, chosen from Group B in Table 4.2.2b (Bachelor of Economics Level 1 options) in the UWA Business School Rules or from other Level 1 units offered within the University;

          and

          (b) Level 2 and 3 units to the value of 66 to 90 points 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.

          Bachelor of Science component

          11.1.40.5(1) The Bachelor of Science component consists of units to a total value of 102 to 108 points from Table 9.2.2a [Recognised units for the Bachelor of Science (50110)] comprising—

          (a) Level 1 units to the value of at least 24 points and not more than 36 points chosen in consultation with a Faculty Adviser that could lead to at least three majors in Science Faculties' 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 at least one of the majors 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 chosen from Table 9.2.2a [Recognised units for the Bachelor of Science (50110)] leading to completion of at least one of the majors 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 of those subject areas.

          Credit

          11.1.40.6 If credit is granted towards the combined course for units passed through Continuing Education, it will not exceed 24 points.

          [Approved exception to University Policy]

        • 11.1.40A Bachelor of Economics and Bachelor of Science (71110) Only available to re-enrolling students.

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

          (2) The Bachelor of Science component of this course is derived from the Bachelor of Science (70100) course.

          Applicability of the general provisions

          11.1.40A.1 The general provisions in 11.1.1 apply to the course.

          Course Structure

          11.1.40A.2 The combined course for the degrees of Bachelor of Economics and Bachelor of Science consists of units to a total value of 246 points comprising a Bachelor of Economics component to the value of 102 points and a Bachelor of Science component to a value of 144 points.

          Bachelor of Economics component

          11.1.40A.3(1) The Bachelor of Economics component consists of units to a total value of 102 points comprising—

          (a) Level 1 units to the value of 18 to 30 points including—

          (i) the following units:

          AvailabilityUnit codeUnit name
          S1, S2ECON1101Microeconomics: Prices and Markets
          S1, S2ECON1102Macroeconomics: Money and Finance

          and

          (ii) units to the value of 6 to 18 points from Group B in Table 4.2.2b (Bachelor of Economics Level 1 options) in the UWA Business School Rules or from the Level 1 units available within the University;

          and

          (b) units to the value of 72 to 84 points from Table 4.2.2u (Level 2 and 3 units offered by the Faculty) in the UWA Business School Rules or from the Level 2 and 3 units available within the University including 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 do not complete 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.

          Bachelor of Science component

          11.1.40A.4 The Bachelor of Science component consists of units to a total value of 144 points comprising one of the programs set out in the Rules for the Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Science (71120).

        • 11.1.41 Rescinded
        • 11.1.42 Rescinded
        • 11.1.43 [Rescinded]
          • Table 11.1.43a—Combined Course (41010)—Bachelor of Education core units
            Key to availability of units:
            S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period;
            T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3;
            NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period;
            N/A = not available in 2019; * = to be advised

            Note: The unit availability does not form part of the rules and may be subject to change.

            All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

            Group A
            AvailabilityUnit codeUnit name
            EDUC1100Education in Australia
            EDUC1101Youth Culture
            EDUC2200Educational Psychology
            EDUC2202Constructions of Teachers' Work
            EDUC3301Language and Literacy
            EDUC3303Introduction to Teaching
            NSEDUC5429Perspectives in Aboriginal Education
            EDUC5546Teaching Contexts
            Group B
            AvailabilityUnit codeUnit name
            EDUC5414Assistant Teacher Practicum (18 points)
            EDUC5481Professional Practice I
            EDUC5485Development, Teaching and Learning: Theory and Practice
             
          • Table 11.1.43b—Combined Course (41010)—Bachelor of Education options
            Key to availability of units:
            S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period;
            T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3;
            NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period;
            N/A = not available in 2019; * = to be advised

            Note: The unit availability does not form part of the rules and may be subject to change.

            All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

            Group A—Curriculum I units
            AvailabilityUnit codeUnit name
            EDUC5445Art Curriculum I
            NSEDUC5460English Curriculum I
            NSEDUC5461Languages Education Curriculum I
            NSEDUC5462Mathematics Curriculum I
            EDUC5463Career Development Curriculum I
            EDUC5464Information and Communication Technology Curriculum I
            NSEDUC5465Science Curriculum I
            NSEDUC5466Humanities and Social Sciences Curriculum I
            EDUC5467Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) Curriculum I
            NSEDUC5468Inclusive teaching of at-risk students
            Group B—Curriculum II units
            AvailabilityUnit codeUnit name
            EDUC5446Art Curriculum II
            NSEDUC5470English Curriculum II
            NSEDUC5471Languages Education Curriculum II
            NSEDUC5472Mathematics Curriculum II
            EDUC5474Information and Communication Technology Curriculum II
            NSEDUC5475Science Curriculum II
            NSEDUC5476Humanities and Social Sciences Curriculum II
            EDUC5477Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) Curriculum II
        • 11.1.44 Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Health Science (91020) Only available to re-enrolling students.

          Note: This course is only available to re-enrolling students who should refer to the 2011 Rules for the course.

        • 11.1.45 Bachelor of Economics and Bachelor of Health Science (91010) Only available to re-enrolling students.

          Note: This course is only available to re-enrolling students who should refer to the 2011 Rules for the course.

        • 11.1.46 Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Computer Science (61020) Only available to re-enrolling students.

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

          Applicability of the general provisions

          11.1.46.1 The general provisions in 11.1.1 apply to the course.

          Course structure

          11.1.46.2 The combined course for the degrees of Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Computer Science consists of units to a total value of 216 points comprising a Bachelor of Commerce component to the value of 108 points and a Bachelor of Computer Science component to the value of 108 points.

          Bachelor of Commerce component

          11.1.46.3 The Bachelor of Commerce component consists of units to a total 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, S2ACCT1101Financial Accounting
          S1, S2ECON1101Microeconomics: Prices and Markets
          S1, S2STAT1520Economic 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
          S1ECON1111Quantitative 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 4.2.4.10 to 4.2.4.21A.

          Bachelor of Computer Science component

          11.1.46.4(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 Commerce 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 other enrolled units for the semester.

          2 Refer to unit description and to the Faculty of Engineering, Computing and Mathematics website at https://www.ecm.uwa.edu.au/page/32392.

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        • 11.1.51 Rescinded
        • 11.1.52 Rescinded
        • 11.1.53 Bachelor of Computer Science and Bachelor of Science (52100) Only available to re-enrolling students.

          Note: This course is only available to re-enrolling students who should refer to the 2010 Rules for the course.

        • 11.1.54 Bachelor of Engineering and Bachelor of Laws (22100) Only available to re-enrolling students.

          Note: This course is only available to re-enrolling students who should refer to the 2010 Rules for the course.

        • 11.1.55 Bachelor of Medical Science, and Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (90170) Only available to re-enrolling students.

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

          Applicability of the Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences Rules and the Student Rules, policies and procedures

          11.1.55.1(1) The Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences Rules 8.2.2.6 to 8.2.2.20 apply to the Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery component of the combined course except as set out in the rules which follow.

          (2) The Student Rules, policies and procedures in the Student Procedures, Rules and Policies section apply except as otherwise indicated in the rules for this course.

          Admission

          11.1.55.2 The Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences may accept into the combined course an applicant who—

          (a) has completed at least the Level 1 requirements of the course for the degree of Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery of this University, or equivalent as recognised by the Faculty;

          and

          (b) has achieved a final weighted average of at least 65 per cent in the units undertaken towards the course for the degree of Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery of this University;

          and

          (c) has a proposed project which is longitudinal in nature and would suit research over a three-year period.

          Submission of research proposal

          11.1.55.3 No later than one month before the date of first enrolment in the combined course a student must submit a research proposal through the appropriate head of school and supervisor(s) to the Associate Dean (Research) for consideration.

          Course structure

          11.1.55.4 The course consists of units to a total value of 3201 points comprising a Bachelor of Medical Science component to the value of 48 points and a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery component to the value of 2721 points, at least 48 points of which are comprised of units completed within the single degree course for the Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery.

          1 These totals include all units completed in the single degree course for the MB BS prior to enrolment in the combined course.

          Bachelor of Medical Science component

          11.1.55.5 The Bachelor of Medical Science component consists of units to a total value of 48 points comprising all units in Table 11.1.55a (Combined Course Bachelor of Medical Science core units).

          Award of Bachelor of Medical Science degree

          11.1.55.6 The Bachelor of Medical Science degree is awarded with honours of the appropriate class.

          Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery component

          11.1.55.7(1) The Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery component consists of units to a total value of 272 points comprising—

          (a) the units in Table 8.2.2a (Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery core units) with the exception of the following:

          AvailabilityUnit codeUnit name
          IMED4501Research and Discovery Part 1 (2 points)
          IMED4502Research and Discovery Part 2 (2 points)

          and

          (b) one Level 1 unit chosen with the approval of the Faculty from among the Level 1 units offered by the University with the proviso that students who, in the opinion of the Faculty, do not have adequate knowledge of physics must complete—

          AvailabilityUnit codeUnit name
          PHYS1131Introductory Physics (6 points)

          (2) All units completed by a student towards the Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery single degree course prior to enrolment in the combined course are credited towards the combined course.

          Award of Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery with honours

          11.1.55.8 The degree of Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery is awarded with honours to students who, in the opinion of the Board of Examiners in Medicine, achieve an appropriately high standard of work in each of the sets of units required at Levels 1 to 6 respectively for the Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery component of the course.

          • Table 11.1.55a—Combined Course Bachelor of Medical Science core units
            Key to availability of units:
            S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; SS = Summer teaching period;
            T1 = Trimester 1; T2 = Trimester 2; T3 = Trimester 3;
            NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period;
            N/A = not available in 2019; * = to be advised

            Note: The unit availability does not form part of the rules and may be subject to change.

            All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

            Level 2
            AvailabilityUnit codeUnit name
            IMED7296Honours Thesis—Research Part 1
            IMED7297Honours Thesis—Research Part 2 (Vacation) (12 points)
            Level 3
            AvailabilityUnit codeUnit name
            IMED7396Honours Thesis—Research Part 3
            IMED7397Honours Thesis—Research Part 4 (Vacation) (12 points)
            Level 4
            AvailabilityUnit codeUnit name
            IMED7490Honours Thesis—Research Part 5 (Vacation) (12 points)
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        • 11.1.58 Rescinded
        • 11.1.59 Rescinded
        • 11.1.60 Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical and Electronic Engineering) and Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical Engineering) (62110) Only available to re-enrolling students.

          Note: This course is only available to re-enrolling students who should refer to the 2010 Rules for the course.

        • 11.1.61 Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Music (11190) Only available to re-enrolling students.

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

          Applicability of the general provisions

          11.1.61.1 The general provisions in 11.1.1 apply to the course.

          Course structure

          11.1.61.2 The combined course for the degrees of Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Music consists of units to a total value of 336 points comprising a Bachelor of Laws component to the value of 192 points and Bachelor of Music component to the value of 144 points.

          Bachelor of Laws component

          11.1.61.3 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 Music component

          11.1.61.4 The Bachelor of Music component consists of units to a total value of 144 points as set out in Rules 11.1.8.4 to 11.1.8.8.

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