Dual Awards

Bachelor of Science (Computer Science)

Dual Award Options

Program 3967 - Bachelor of Science (CompSci) Bachelor of Commerce
Program 3968 - Bachelor of Science (CompSci) Bachelor of Arts
Program 3969
- Bachelor of Science (CompSci) Bachelor of Media Arts
Program 3983 - Bachelor of Science (CompSci) Bachelor of Science
Program 3984
- Bachelor of Science (CompSci) Bachelor of Law

No longer accepting new admissions:
Program 3982
- Bachelor of Science (CompSci) Bachelor of Digital Media

It is also possible to choose a Computer Science major in several Bachelor of Engineering Bachelor of Science dual awards managed by the Faculty of Science, including: 

  • Chemical Engineering
  • Mining
  • Telecommunications
  • Photovoltaics and Solar Energy
  • Renewable Energy
  • Mechanical and Manufacturing
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Civil Engineering
  • Surveying and Spatial Information Systems

Full details on Computer Science dual awards are outlined in the online handbook computer science specialisation page.

Bachelor of Science (CompSc)
with Commerce, Arts or Science

In the BSc (CompSc) dual award with Commerce, Arts or Science, students complete the same single award program requirements, except they:

  • are exempt from General Education (12UOC)
  • are exempt from some free electives (36UOC)
  • complete additional units for the BCom, BA or BSc as approved by the respective program authority (96UOC)

Course scheduling may be different to the single award, because of the need to interleave dual award courses.

A credit average (65) must be maintained while enrolled in the program or reversion to the single award will be enforced.

Bachelor of Science (CompSc)
with Media Arts or Law

In the BSc (CompSc) dual award with Media Arts or Law, students complete the same single award program requirements, except they:

  • are exempt from General Education (12UOC)
  • are exempt from some free electives (36UOC)
  • complete additional units for the BMA or LLB as approved by the respective program authority (144UOC)

Course scheduling may be different to the single award, because of the need to interleave dual award courses.

A credit average (65) must be maintained while enrolled in the program or reversion to the single award will be enforced.

Bachelor of Science (CompSc)
Bachelor of Engineering

In the BSc (CompSc) dual award with Engeering other than Elec, Tele, or PV, students complete the same single award program requirements, except they:

  • are exempt from General Education (12UOC)
  • are exempt from some free electives (36UOC)
  • replace MATH courses with Science electives (18UOC)
  • complete additional units for the BE, which includes 24UOC MATH, as approved by the respective program authority (144UOC)

A credit average (65) must be maintained while enrolled in the program or reversion to the single award will be enforced.

Bachelor of Science (CompSc)
Bachelor of Engineering (EET/PV)

In the BSc (CompSc) dual award with Engeering majoring in Elec, Tele, or PV, students complete the same single award program requirements, except they:

  • are exempt from General Education (12UOC)
  • are exempt from some free electives (36UOC)
  • replace MATH courses with Science electives (18UOC)
  • replace COMP2121 with a COMP elective.
  • complete additional units for the BE, which includes 24UOC MATH and ELEC2041, as approved by School of EET (144UOC)

A credit average (65) must be maintained while enrolled in the program or reversion to the single award will be enforced.

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