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									24.10.2011

             Bachelor of Engineering/Bachelor of Arts
               2012 Dual Degree Program Structure
It is important that you read and understand the following information.

To be eligible to enrol in a dual degree program you must ensure that you satisfy the entry requirements for
both programs.

Once enrolled it is your responsibility to ensure that you complete all the requirements for each section of this
dual program in order to graduate with both degrees. The following information is designed to help you plan
your enrolment to meet this goal. Further information can be found in the Official rules and program lists under
the Program requirements link for each program in the Programs and courses website:

http://www.uq.edu.au/study/

You are not required to submit this program plan for approval. However, if you have any questions or concerns
about meeting degree requirements, especially when you are nearing the end of your program, please contact
the relevant Faculty for advice.

PROGRAM GUIDELINES
Bachelor of Engineering Section Requirements:
   BE Dual Degree students are not permitted to enrol in courses offered by other Faculties where there is an
    equivalent BE course. Restrictions apply to enrolment in ECON1050, ECON1310, MGTS1201,
    STAT1201. Details of specific course restrictions are available at :
    http://www.engineering.uq.edu.au/dual-degrees
   #56 from the BE list including including #50 as defined for the chosen single major and #6 from Part B
    Electives or other courses approved by the Executive Dean..
   Study in dual or extended majors or single major + minor in the BE component is not available under the
    dual degree rules.
   Students should include as much program specific nomenclature as possible (eg compulsory (c)
    introductory elective, advanced process elective, etc).
   The list of academic advisers is found at -- http://www.engineering.uq.edu.au/academic-advice

BA Section Requirements:
    #32 from Part A and/or Part B of the BA course list structured as per the following options –
     – Two single majors of #16 each or at least one extended major of #24 (#28 Psychology) plus balance
          as electives from Part A and/or Part B in the BA course list.

BA section - two single majors                     #       OR        BA section – extended major                        #
Major one                                        16                  Extended major                                    24
                                                                     Electives from Part A and/or Part                  8
                                                                     B of the BA course list
                                                                                      OR
Major two                                        16                  Psychology                                        28
                                                                     Electives from Part A and/or Part                      4
                                                                     B of the BA course list
                               Total             32                                                   Total            32

    Please Note: If you enrolled in a dual degree for the first time prior to 2003, you should speak to a Student Adviser
                    regarding your course selection to ensure you will complete program requirements.
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                        BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING/BACHELOR OF ARTS
                            DUAL DEGREE PROGRAM STRUCTURE
                                    You can use this outline to plan your program structure.

               BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING                                                   BACHELOR OF ARTS
   Please consult your academic adviser for course   Total Units #    Major 1 or Extended Major   Major 2 or #8 BA list electives    Total
                       selection                                                                  (#4 Electives for Psychology)     Units #
YEAR ONE                                                             YEAR ONE
Semester 1                                                           Semester 1




Semester 2                                                           Semester 2




Summer Semester                                                      Summer Semester
YEAR TWO                                                             YEAR TWO
Semester 1                                                           Semester 1




Semester 2                                                           Semester 2




Summer Semester                                                      Summer Semester
YEAR THREE                                                           YEAR THREE
Semester 1                                                           Semester 1




Semester 2                                                           Semester 2




Summer Semester                                                      Summer Semester
YEAR FOUR                                                            YEAR FOUR
Semester 1                                                           Semester 1




Semester 2                                                           Semester 2




Summer Semester                                                      Summer Semester
YEAR FIVE                                                            YEAR FIVE
Semester 1                                                           Semester 1




Semester 2                                                           Semester 2




Total (refer to BE/BA rules and p.1 of this          #56             #16 major 1 OR               #16 for major 2 OR                #32
document)                                                            #24 for extended major       #8 BA list electives (#4
                                                                     (#28 Psychology)             Electives for Psychology)


                                             Please Note: Summer Semester is optional.
                Please ensure your majors for both BE and BA programs are correctly listed on mySI-net

								
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