About this course
The Bachelor of Science requires the successful completion of 300 credit points.
- 12.5 credit points of Level 1 Compulsory subjects
- 225 credit points of Science subjects including
- A minimum of 62.5 credit points of Level 1 discipline subjects
- A minimum of 62.5 credit points of Level 2 discipline subjects
- A minimum of 75 credit points of Level 3 discipline subjects
- 50 credit points of Breadth subjects including
- A maximum of 25 credit points of Level 1 Breadth subjects
- The remaining 12.5 points may consist of either Science or Breadth subjects. You must still meet all other course rules.
- A maximum of 125 credit points of Level 1 subjects
- Completion of one Major
- A minimum of two Distinct level 1 areas of study
- A maximum of 37.5 points from any Distinct level 1 areas of study
Level 1 subject study area
- Completion of at least 50 points of Level 1 study before proceeding to the next subject year level is normally required.
- Inclusive of SCIE10005 - Today’s Science, Tomorrow’s World
Level 2 subject study area
- Completion of at least 50 points of Level 2 study before proceeding to the next subject year level is normally required.
Level 1 Compulsory subject
|Code||Name||Study period||Credit Points|
|SCIE10005||Today's Science, Tomorrow's World||
Semester 1 (Dual-Delivery - Parkville)
Semester 2 (Dual-Delivery - Parkville)
Note this subject must be completed in the first semester of commencement in the course
Science Discipline Subjects
A full list of subjects available for science credit for the new generation Bachelor of Science course (B-SCI):
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Last updated: 2 December 2023