Working towards two degrees at one time means you may complete some combinations in five years.
You may enrol in two degrees at the same time and cross-credit courses in common up to a maximum of 120 points. Certain combinations of degrees do allow additional cross-credits or exemptions. If you are interested in studying two degrees at the same time or consecutively consult a Student Advisor in the relevant College or School.
For the full requirements for each undergraduate degree see the University Regulations website.
A BA/BSc, BCom/BSc or BCom/BA double degree can be completed in five years. Students need to plan their courses carefully to avoid overload. Many other combinations are possible.
A typical LLB/BA LLB/BCom or LLB/BSc double degree may be completed in the minimum time of five years. Students need to plan their courses carefully to avoid overload.
Students enrolling in an LLB/BA, LLB/BCom or LLB/BSc must include LAWS 101 and LAWS 110 in their first year. If they are seeking to complete in the minimum time, they must also complete the 75-point, non-Law component of the LLB in Year 1.
For the BE(Hons)/BCom or BE(Hons)/BSc double degree, all requirements for each degree must be met but with exemptions and cross-crediting both degrees can usually be completed in a minimum of five years. Normally you would take the Engineering Intermediate programme in the first year and take Commerce or Science courses in subsequent years, concurrently with the First Professional Year courses.
The BForSc/BCom and BForSc/BSc double degrees and many other combinations can be completed in five years.
For more information contact the Student Advisor or Academic Manager in the relevant College or School.