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Overview

The Bachelor of Commerce/Bachelor of Science (Advanced Mathematics) (Honours)(BCom/BSc (Adv Math) (Hons) is a 5 year dual degree program which will meet the needs of students wanting an advanced program of study in mathematics or statistics, complemented with a strong, focused and highly regarded business course.
Campus

Kensington

Study Level

Undergraduate

Typical duration

5 Years

Intake Period

Term 1, Term 3

Academic Calendar

3+ Calendar

Minimum Units of Credit

240

Award(s)

Bachelor of Science (Advanced Mathematics) (Honours) - BSc(AdvMath)(Hons)

Bachelor of Commerce - BCom

UAC Code

424200

CRICOS Code

088857A

Stand Alone Programs

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Double Degree Structure

Students must complete 240 UOC.

Bachelor of Advanced Mathematics (Honours) (144 UOC)
1. An approved Advanced Mathematics (Honours) major and
2. SCIF1131;
3. 48 units of credit Honours Year; and
4. Science elective courses

Bachelor of Commerce (96 UOC)
1. Compulsory core courses (24 UOC)
2. Flexible core courses (24 UOC)
3. Major requirements (48 UOC)

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Major Course Substitution

3523 - Advanced Mathematics (Honours) / Commerce

For any majors that require ECON1202, MATH1011/MATH1031/MATH1131/MATH1141/MATH1151 completed under the Advanced Maths (Hons) component will act as a substitute so in these cases a student should not do ECON1202 but instead complete another Major elective to meet the 48UOC requirement.

Major Declaration

3956 - Advanced Mathematics (Honours)

Students must complete exactly one approved Bachelor of Science (Advanced Mathematics) (Honours) major, and this must be declared before enrolling in Level III courses. Students cannot undertake a double major in this program.

LEVEL 2 AND 3 MATURITY REQUIREMENTS

3502 - Commerce

Student must have completed 24 UOC before taking any level 2 courses.
Student must have completed 48 UOC before taking any level 3 courses.

Program Fees

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