Double Degree Structure
Students must complete 192 UOC.
Bachelor of Economics/Education (Secondary) degree normally consists of 192 UOC.
These UOC are made up of:
Economics Component (96 UOC)
1. ECON1401 (6 UOC)
2. Introductory Business Core (6 UOC)
3. Economics major (60 UOC)
4. Economics Electives (12 UOC)
5. Business School Electives (12 UOC)
Bachelor of Education (Secondary) (96 UOC)
1. Education Core (66 UOC)
2. Prescribed Education method electives (24 UOC)
3. Prescribed Education electives (6 UOC)
Economics Majors description.
Students must complete at least one of the specialisations below.
Please note: If you choose to study a 2nd Economics major, you must choose another 6 courses (36 UOC) from the second major that do not overlap with the first major.
Economics Core Course
Level 1 Core Courses
Level 2 Core Courses
Level 3 Core Courses
Level 3 Core Courses description.
You must take 18 UOC of the following courses:
Note: In order to be eligible for EDST6760 Professional Experience 1 students must have completed the prerequisite courses and participation and enrolment requirements for EDST6760, and sufficient subject content knowledge in their first and second teaching specialisations (methods areas). Typically, students will need to have completed 24 UOC in an appropriate minor (12 UOC at level 1 and 12 UOC at level 2 or above), and a minimum of 24 UOC in an appropriate major (12 UOC at level 1 and 12 UOC at level 2 or above).
Level 4 Core Courses
Level 4 Core Courses description.
You must take 18 UOC of the following courses.
Please note that EDST6765 cannot be studied concurrently with another course.
Note: In order to be eligible for EDST6765 Professional Experience 2/Internship students must have completed the prerequisite courses and participation and enrolment requirements for EDST6765, and the appropriate subject content knowledge in their first and second teaching specialisations (methods areas). Typically, students will need to have completed 24 UOC in an appropriate minor (12 UOC at level 1 and 12 UOC at level 2 or above), and a minimum of 36 UOC in an appropriate major (maximum 12 UOC at level 1 and at least 12 UOC at level 3 or above).
Successful completion of the NESA Literacy and Numeracy Test for Initial Teacher Education Students (LANTITE) test will be recorded as two zero credit courses, EDST6600 LANTITE (Literacy) and EDST6601 LANTITE (Numeracy) on your academic record.
You must complete the LANTITE test before enrolling in EDST2002 Professional Engagement.
Introductory Business Course
UNSW Business Electives
Prescribed Education Methods
Prescribed Education Methods description.
You must take four single method courses in two areas of specialisation (24 UOC), taking 12 UOC per term. The specialisations are:
4076 Sci/Ed (Sec) - Science, Physics, Earth & Environmental Science, Geography, Chemistry, Biology, Chemistry/Biology, Mathematics, Extension Mathematics
4063 Fine Arts/Ed (Sec) – Visual Arts, Visual Arts Extension
4064 Media Arts/Ed (Sec) - Graphics & Multimedia Technology, Visual Arts
4066 Design/Ed (Sec) - Graphics & Multimedia Technology, Visual Arts, Extension Visual Arts
3462 Comm/Ed (Sec) & 4058 Econ/Ed (Sec) - Business Studies, Economics
Economics Electives description.
Students must complete 12 UOC of Economics electives or accepted substitutes of Economics electives to ensure a student completes a minimum of 78 UOC of Economics courses.
Note: Students in combined Economics/Computer Science, Economics/Science or Economics/Adv Science (Hons) who complete MATH1031/1041, MATH1131/MATH1231, MATH1141/MATH1241 instead of ECON1202/ECON1203 have the option of counting the MATH pair towards the Science component and must complete 2 additional Economics electives (4 in total) OR towards the Economics component and must complete 2 additional Science electives.
Students in combined Economics/Adv Mathematics (Hons) must count the MATH pair towards their Science component and will therefore complete 24 UOC of Economics electives.