Bachelor of Arts - Award Regulations - University of Canterbury - New Zealand

Schedule A to the Regulations for the Degree of Bachelor of Arts

The following regulations apply to students commencing study within the 2018 academic year. For previously published regulations, refer to the Calendar archive (Academic Services website). Find key terms in the Glossary of terms.

Anthropology

Major

A student intending to complete the BA with a major in ANTH must be credited with at least 135 points in ANTH, which must include at least 105 points at 200 level or above, including at least two of ANTH 202/302, ANTH 212/312, ANTH 213/313, ANTH 223, ANTH 238, and the following:


100-level
  • Recommended: 15 points of 100-level Anthropology.

200-level
  • Recommended: 45 points of 200-level Anthropology.

300-level
  • Required: At least 60 points of 300-level Anthropology, including the capstone course ANTH 301.
  • Required for honours: B average at 300-level.

Minor

A student intending to complete the BA with a minor in Anthropology must be credited with at least 75 points in Anthropology, which must include at least 45 points at 200-level or above.

Art History and Theory

Major

A student intending to complete the BA with a major in Art History and Theory must be credited with at least 135 points in Art History and Theory, which must include at least 105 points at 200-level or above, including the following:


100-level
  • Required: 30 points of 100-level Art History and Theory.

200-level
  • Required: 45 points of 200-level Art History and Theory.

300-level
  • Required: At least 60 points of 300-level Art History and Theory.
  • Required for honours: B average at 300-level.

Minor

A student intending to complete the BA with a minor in Art History and Theory must be credited with at least 75 points in Art History and Theory, which must include at least 45 points at 200-level or above.

Chinese

Major

A student intending to complete the BA with a major in Chinese must be credited with at least 135 points in Chinese, including at least 105 points at 200-level or above, and the following:


100-level
  • Required: CHIN 155.

300-level
  • Required: CHIN 352 or equivalent.
  • Required for honours: B grade or above in CHIN 352 or equivalent.

Minor

A student intending to complete the BA with a minor in Chinese must be credited with at least 75 points in Chinese, which must include at least 45 points at 200-level or above, and which must include at least 15 points in Chinese language course(s) as approved by the Programme Coordinator.

Cinema Studies

Major

A student intending to complete the BA with a major in Cinema Studies must be credited with at least 135 points in Cinema Studies, which must include at least 105 points at 200-level or above, including the following:


100-level
  • Required: At least 30 points of 100-level Cinema Studies.

200-level
  • Required: At least 45 points of 200-level Cinema Studies, 30 points of which must include two courses from CINE 201-CINE 209.

300-level
  • Required: At least 60 points of 300-level Cinema Studies.

Minor

A student intending to complete the BA with a minor in Cinema Studies must be credited with at least 75 points in Cinema Studies, which must include at least 45 points at 200-level or above.

Classics

Major

A student intending to complete the BA with a major in Classics must be credited with at least 135 points in Classics, which must include at least 105 points at 200-level or above, including the following:


100-level
  • Recommended: 30 points of 100-level Classics.
  • CLAS 134 and CLAS 135 are normally required to advance in Ancient Greek and CLAS 144 and CLAS 145 are normally required to advance in Latin.

200-level
  • Recommended: 45 points of 200-level Classics.
  • CLAS 234 and CLAS 235 are normally required to advance in Ancient Greek and CLAS 244 and CLAS 245 are normally required to advance in Latin.

300-level
  • Required: At least 60 points of 300-level Classics.
  • It is strongly recommended that a student intending to major in Classics take at least two courses in Latin and/or Ancient Greek.
  • A student who wishes to study at master's level or above is advised that they will need to have completed either CLAS 335 or CLAS 345, or six semesters of Greek and/or Latin, or an equivalent competence in ancient languages approved by the Programme Coordinator.

Minor

A student intending to complete the BA with a minor in Classics must be credited with at least 75 points in Classics, which must include at least 45 points at 200-level or above.

Cultural Studies

Major

A student intending to complete the BA with a major in Cultural Studies must be credited with 135 points in Cultural Studies or courses approved by the Cultural Studies Programme Coordinator (as listed in the Cultural Studies undergraduate handbook and on the Cultural Studies website), which must include at least 105 points at 200-level or above, including the following:


100-level
  • Required: At least 30 points of 100-level Cultural Studies or courses approved by the Cultural Studies Programme Coordinator.

200-level
  • Required: At least 45 points of 200-level Cultural Studies (or courses approved by the Cultural Studies Programme Coordinator), including CULT 202.

300-level
  • Required: At least 60 points of 300-level Cultural Studies.
  • Required for honours: CULT 202 and B average at 300-level.

Minor

A student intending to complete the BA with a minor in Cultural Studies must be credited with at least 75 points in Cultural Studies courses, or courses approved by the Cultural Studies Programme Coordinator, which must include at least 45 points at 200-level or above.

Digital Arts, Social Sciences, and Humanities

Minor

A student intending to complete the BA with a minor in Digital Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities (DIGI) must be credited with at least 75 points, including at least 45 points at 200-level or above from the Digital Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities (DIGI) schedule. DIGI 101 is a required course. Note: A student may include only one PACE internship course in their minor. Internship courses that are to be credited to the Digital Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities (DIGI) minor must be approved in advance by the Programme Coordinator.


100-level
  • Required: DIGI 101

Economics

Major

A student intending to complete the BA with a major in Economics must be credited with at least 135 points in Economics with at least 105 at 200-level or above, including the following:


100-level
  • Required: ECON 104 and ECON 105 (Recommended: STAT 101)

200-level

Required:

i.
ECON 202 or ECON 207; and
ii.
ECON 203 or ECON 208; and
iii.
ECON 201 or ECON 206.

300-level
  • Required: At least 60 points of 300-level Economics.

Note: MATH 102 and STAT 101 are only required for honours. A student who enrolled in the BA prior to 2015 may graduate under the 2014 regulations.


Minor

A student intending to minor in Economics is required to be credited with the following:
i.
ECON 104 and ECON 105; and
ii.
ECON 207 or ECON 208; and
iii.
A further 15 points of Economics at 200-level or above; and
iv.
A further 15 points of Economics at 300-level.

Education

Major

A student intending to complete the BA with a major in Education must be credited with at least 135 points in Education, of which at least 105 points must be at 200-level or above, and include:

(a)
at least one course in the area of the psychology of education: EDUC 101, EDUC 102, EDUC 201, EDUC 202, EDUC 204, EDUC 205; EDUC 302 and;
(b)
at least one course in the area of socio-cultural studies of education: EDUC 101, EDUC 103, EDUC 206, EDUC 339 or EDUC 315;
(c)
and the following:

100-level
  • Recommended: 30 points of 100-level Education.

200-level
  • Recommended: 45 points of 200-level Education.

300-level
  • Required: At least 60 points at 300-level Education.
  • Required for honours: B average at 300-level.

Minor

A student intending to complete the BA with a minor in Education must be credited with at least 75 points in Education, of which at least 45 points must be at 200-level or above, and include at least one course in the area of the psychology of education: EDUC 101, EDUC 102, EDUC 201, EDUC 202, EDUC 204, EDUC 205; and at least one course in the area of socio-cultural studies of education: EDUC 101, EDUC 103, EDUC 206.

English

Major

A student intending to complete the BA with a major in English must be credited with at least 135 points in English, of which at least 105 points must be at 200-level or above, including the following:


100-level
  • Required: Either ENGL 102 or ENGL 103 or ENGL 117 (WRIT 101).
  • Recommended: 30 points of 100-level English (or equivalent).

200-level
  • Recommended: 45 points of 200-level English (or equivalent) including ENGL 201.

300-level
  • Required: At least 60 points of 300-level English (or equivalent).
  • Required for honours: B average at 300-level is normally required of those wishing to proceed to postgraduate study in English.

Minor

A student intending to complete the BA with a minor in English must be credited with at least 75 points in English, which must include at least 45 points at 200-level or above.

English Language

Major

A student intending to complete the BA with a major in English Language must be credited with at least 135 points in English Language, which must include at least 105 points at 200-level or above, including the following:
100-level
  • Required: ENLA 101 and ENLA 102

200-level
  • Required: ENLA 210 plus either (i) 30 points of Linguistics (LING) courses at 200 level or above, or (ii) 15 points from a 200 level Linguistics (LING) course and 15 points from a 200 level English (ENGL) course.

300-level
  • Required: ENLA 310 and ENLA 320

Minor

A student intending to complete the BA with a minor in English Language must be credited with at least 75 points in English Language, which must include at least 45 points at 200-level or above.

European and European Union Studies

Major

A student intending to complete the BA with a major in European and European Union Studies must be credited with at least 135 points in European and European Union Studies, including at least 105 points above 100-level and 60 points at 300-level, including the following:


100-level
  • Required: EURA 101
  • Recommended: 15 points of EURA at 100-level

200-level and 300-level

Required:

i.
Either EURA 201 or EURA 301; and
ii.
Either EURA 210 or EURA 310.

300-level
  • Required: At least 60 points of EURA at 300-level which may include EURA 301 and EURA 310.

A student may credit up to 60 points of a European language towards their EURA major. It is strongly recommended that students undertake course(s) in European languages as part of this major.

Minor

A student intending to complete the BA with a minor in European and European Union Studies must be credited with at least 75 points in European and European Union Studies, which must include EURA 101, and at least 45 points at 200-level or above. A student may include up to 30 points of a European language (French, German, Russian or Spanish) in their EURA Minor.

French

Major

A student intending to complete the BA with a major in French must be credited with at least 135 points in French, of which at least 105 points must be at 200-level or above, including the following:


100-level
  • Recommended: FREN 121 and FREN 122.

200-level
  • Recommended: 45 points of 200-level French, including FREN 221 and FREN 222.

300-level
  • Required: FREN 321 and FREN 322.
  • Required for honours: B average at 300-level.

Minor

A student intending to complete the BA with a minor in French must be credited with at least 75 points in French, which must include at least 45 points at 200-level or above.

Geography

Major

A student intending to complete the BA with a major in Geography must be credited with at least 135 points in Geography, with at least 105 points at 200-level or above, including the following:


100-level
  • Required: At least 30 points of 100-level Geography.

200-level
  • Required: At least 30 points of 200-level Geography.

300-level
  • At least 60 points of 300-level Geography.
  • Required for postgraduate study:
    i.
    90 points at 300-level courses approved by Head of Department, including GEOG 309 and a further 30 points of 300-level Geography; or
    ii.
    120 points at 300-level including 60 points of 300-level Geography and a further 60 points at 300-level approved by Head of Department.

Minor

A student intending to complete the BA with a minor in Geography must be credited with at least 75 points in Geography, which must include at least 45 points at 200-level or above.

German

Major

A student intending to complete the BA with a major in German must be credited with at least 135 points in German, with at least 105 points at 200-level or above, including the following:


100-level
  • Recommended: 30 points of 100-level German.

200-level
  • Required: At least one non-language course (15 points) from EURA (it is recommended that this course have German content).
  • Recommended: 45 points of 200-level German.

300-level
  • Required: At least 60 points of 300-level German.
  • Required for honours: B average at 300-level is normally required.

Minor

A student intending to complete the BA with a minor in German must be credited with at least 75 points in German, which must include at least 45 points at 200-level or above, and must include at least GRMN 152.

Note: EURA courses with German content may be included in the major or minor with the approval of the Language Programme Coordinator.

History

Major

A student intending to complete the BA with a major in History must be credited with at least 135 points in History, with at least 105 points above 100-level and 60 points at 300-level. A student may include up to 60 points from the approved courses specified below in the History major, including up to 30 points at 300-level:


100-level
  • Recommended: 30 points of 100-level History or 100-level Ancient History (CLAS 111 and CLAS 112).

200-level
  • Recommended: 45 points of 200-level History, 200-level Classics (CLAS 213, CLAS 214) or 200-level Maori and Indigenous Studies (MAOR 214, MAOR 219).

300-level
  • Required: At least 60 points of 300-level History.
  • A student may include 30 points from CLAS 307, CLAS 325, or MAOR 317.

Minor

A student intending to complete the BA with a minor in History must be credited with at least 75 points in HIST coded courses which must include at least 45 points at 200-level or above.

Human Services

Major

A student intending to complete the BA with a major in Human Services must be credited with at least 135 points in Human Services, with at least 105 points at 200-level or above, including the following:


100-level
  • Required: 30 points of 100-level Human Services (from HSRV 101-104).

200-level
  • Required: At least 30 points of 200-level Human Services including HSRV 204.
  • Recommended: 45 points of 200-level Human Services.

300-level
  • Required: At least 60 points of 300-level Human Services, including HSRV 301.
  • Recommended: At least one of HSRV 302 or HSRV 305.

Minor

A student intending to complete the BA with a minor in Human Services must be credited with at least 75 points in Human Services, which must include at least 45 points at 200-level or above.

Japanese

Major

A student intending to complete the BA with a major in Japanese must be credited with at least 135 points in Japanese, including at least 105 points at 200-level or above, and the following:


100-level
  • Required: JAPA 108.

200-level
  • Required: JAPA 208 or JAPA 212.

300-level
  • Required: JAPA 326 or equivalent.
  • Required for honours: B or above in JAPA 326 or equivalent.

Minor

A student intending to complete the BA with a minor in Japanese must be credited with at least 75 points in Japanese, which must include at least 45 points at 200-level or above, and must include at least one Japanese language course as approved by the Programme Coordinator.

Linguistics

Major

A student intending to complete the BA with a major in Linguistics must be credited with at least 135 points in Linguistics, which must include at least 105 points at 200-level or above, including the following:


100-level
  • Required: LING 101 and either LING 102 or LING 103. A student intending to double major in Linguistics and English Language must substitute LING 103 for LING 101 and substitute LING 104 for LING 102.

200-level
  • Required: LING 215, LING 216 and LING 217.

300-level
  • Required: At least 60 points of 300-level Linguistics including at least one of LING 306 or LING 307.
  • Required for honours: An average grade of at least B in all Linguistics courses beyond 100-level.

A student should have at least 15 points in a language other than English. The required 15 points in a language other than English may be satisfied by proficiency in a language other than English at the discretion of the Programme Coordinator.

Minor

A student intending to complete the BA with a minor in Linguistics must be credited with at least 75 points in Linguistics, which must include at least 45 points at 200-level or above.

Note: A student who is majoring in English Language (ENLA) may not credit to a Linguistics minor any Linguistics courses co-coded with courses that are credited to the English Language major.

Māori and Indigenous Studies

Major

A student intending to complete the BA with a major in Māori and Indigenous Studies must be credited with at least 135 points in Māori and Indigenous Studies, which must include at least 105 points at 200-level or above, including the following:


100-level
  • Required: Two of MAOR 107, MAOR 108, MAOR 170 or MAOR 172 (or their co-coded equivalents).
  • Recommended: 30 points of 100-level in Māori and Indigenous Studies.

200-level
  • Required: At least 30 points of 200-level Māori and Indigenous Studies courses (or their co-coded equivalents).
  • Recommended: 45 points of 200-level in Māori and Indigenous Studies.

300-level
  • Required: At least 60 points of 300-level Māori and Indigenous Studies courses.
  • Required for honours: 60 points at 300-level in Māori and Indigenous Studies or Te Reo Māori or permission of the Head of School.

A student may include up to 45 points from courses listed under Te Reo Māori. A student completing a double major in Te Reo Māori and Māori and Indigenous Studies must complete a total of 270 unique points in different courses.

Minor

A student intending to complete the BA with a minor in Māori and Indigenous Studies must be credited with at least 75 points in Māori and Indigenous Studies (or their co-coded equivalents), which must include at least 45 points at 200-level or above.

Mathematics

Major

A student intending to complete the BA with a major in Mathematics must be credited with at least 135 points in Mathematics, with at least 105 points at 200-level or above, including the following:


100-level
  • Required: MATH 103, MATH 109 or MATH 199.
  • Recommended: 30 points of 100-level Mathematics.

200-level
  • Required: 45 points from MATH 201, MATH 202, MATH 203, MATH 220 and MATH 240 (including MATH 201 and at least one of MATH 202 or MATH 203).

    Note: EMTH 210 may replace MATH 201 and EMTH 211 may replace MATH 203.


300-level
  • Required: 60 points from MATH 301–394.
  • Required for entry to honours: an additional 30 points from MATH 301–394 or STAT 301–394 or approved other courses.
  • Recommended for entry to honours: MATH 343.

Minor

A student intending to complete the BA with a minor in Mathematics must be credited with at least 75 points in Mathematics which must include at least 45 points at 200-level or above.

Media and Communication

Major

A student intending to complete the BA with a major in Media and Communication must be credited with at least 135 points in Media and Communication, with at least 105 points at 200-level or above, including the following:


100-level
  • Required: At least 30 points of 100-level Media and Communication.

200-level
  • Required: At least 45 points of 200-level Media and Communication.

300-level
  • Required: At least 60 points of 300-level Media and Communication.
  • Required for entry to honours: Normally a B average in at least 60 points of 300-level Media and Communication. Other relevant grades may be taken into account.

Minor

A student intending to complete the BA with a minor in Media and Communication must be credited with at least 75 points in Media and Communication, which must include at least 45 points at 200-level or above.

Music

Major

A student intending to complete the BA with a Major in Music must be credited with at least 135 points in Music, with at least 105 points at 200-level or above, including the following:


100-level
  • Required: (i) Either MUSA 100 or MUSA 101; (ii) one of MUSA 125, MUSA 131, MUSA 150.

200-level
  • Required: One of MUSA 250, MUSA 231, MUSA 232, MUSA 233, MUSA 234.
  • Recommended: a further 30 points of MUSA at 200-level.

300-level
  • Required: At least 60 points of 300-level Music.

Minor

A student intending to complete the BA with a minor in Music must be credited with at least 75 points in Music, which must include at least 45 points at 200-level or above as approved by the Programme Coordinator.

Pacific Studies

This minor is not open for new enrolments. A students continuing with a minor in Pacific Studies should contact the Academic Manager of the College of Arts to discuss course availability.

Minor

A student intending to compete the BA with a minor in Pacific Studies must be credited with at least 75 points in Pacific Studies, which must include at least 45 points at 200-level or above which must include PACS 201.

Philosophy

Major

A student intending to complete the BA with a major in Philosophy must be credited with at least 135 points in Philosophy, which must include at least 105 points at 200-level or above, including the following:


100-level
  • Recommended: 30 points of 100-level Philosophy (or equivalent). Note: MATH 130 may be counted as Philosophy points towards a BA in Philosophy.

200-level
  • Required: At least 45 points of 200-level Philosophy (or equivalent) including PHIL 233. A student may include HAPS 210.
  • Note: MATH 230 may be counted as Philosophy points towards a BA in Philosophy.

300-level
  • Required: At least 60 points of 300-level Philosophy (or equivalent), including at least one of PHIL 305, PHIL 310, PHIL 311, or PHIL 317. A student may include HAPS 310.

Minor

A student intending to complete the BA with a minor in Philosophy must be credited with at least 75 points in Philosophy, which must include at least 45 points at 200-level or above.

Political Science and International Relations

Major

A student intending to complete the BA with a major in Political Science and International Relations must be credited with at least 135 points in POLS, which must include at least 105 points at 200-level or above from POLS 201-249 and POLS 301-349, of which 60 points must be at 300-level:


100-level
  • Recommended: 30 points of 100-level Political Science and International Relations.

200-level
  • Recommended: 45 points of 200-level Political Science and International Relations from POLS 201–249.

300-level
  • Required: At least 60 points of 300-level Political Science and International Relations from POLS 301–349.
  • Required for honours: B average at 300-level in Political Science and International Relations from POLS 301–349.

Minor

A student intending to complete the BA with a minor in Political Science and International Relations must be credited with at least 75 points in Political Science and International Relations, which must include at least 45 points from POLS 201–249 and POLS 301–349.

Professional and Community Engagement

Minor

A student intending to complete the BA with a minor in Professional and Community Engagement must be credited with at least 60 points of Professional and Community Engagement courses and one elective from a list of courses approved by the Internship Coordinator.


100-level
  • Required: PACE 195.

200-level
  • Required: PACE 295.

300-level
  • Required: PACE 395.

Psychology

Major


100-level
  • Required: PSYC 105 (15 points) and PSYC 106 (15 points).

200-level
  • Required: PSYC 206 (15 points) and at least three courses from PSYC 207-213 (15 points each).

300-level

Note: With the permission of the Head of Department, a student who has a double major in Psychology and a second related subject may graduate with a minimum of 60 points in PSYC 300-level courses.

  • Required: 75 points of 300-level PSYC courses.
  • PSYC 344 is required for postgraduate study in Psychology and Applied Psychology.
  • PSYC 336 (or equivalent) is required for MSc in Applied Psychology.
  • PSYC 335 (or equivalent) is required for Postgraduate Diploma in Clinical Psychology.

Minor

A student intending to complete the BA with a minor in Psychology must be credited with at least 75 points in Psychology, which must include at least 45 points at 200-level or above.

Russian

Major

A student intending to complete the BA with a major in Russian must be credited with at least 135 points in Russian, which must include at least 105 points at 200-level or above, including the following:


100-level
  • Recommended: 30 points of 100-level Russian.

200-level
  • Recommended: 45 points of 200-level Russian.

300-level
  • Required: At least 60 points of 300-level Russian, including RUSS 301 or RUSS 330 and RUSS 331.

Minor

A student intending to complete the BA with a minor in Russian must be credited with at least 75 points in Russian, which must include at least 45 points at 200-level or above.

Note: EURA courses with RUSS content may be included in the major or minor with the approval of the Language Programme Coordinator.

Sociology

Major

A student intending to complete the BA with a major in Sociology must be credited with at least 135 points in Sociology, which must include at least 105 points at 200-level or above, including the following:


100-level
  • Required: At least 15 points of 100-level Sociology.

200-level
  • Required: At least 45 points of 200-level Sociology, including SOCI 201.

300-level
  • Required: At least 60 points of 300-level Sociology.
  • Required for entry to honours: B average at 300-level.
  • P: 60 points with at least a B average in Sociology at 300-level courses.

Minor

A student intending to complete the BA with a minor in Sociology must be credited with at least 75 points in Sociology, which must include 45 points at 200-level or above, and at least 15 points at 100-level and at least 30 points at 200-level.

Spanish

Major

A student intending to complete the BA with a major in Spanish must be credited with at least 135 points in Spanish, which must include at least 105 points at 200-level or above, and at least one of SPAN 111, SPAN 203, SPAN 204, SPAN 205, SPAN 303 and SPAN 304, and the following:


100-level
  • Recommended: 30 points of 100-level Spanish.

200-level
  • Recommended: 45 points of 200-level Spanish.

300-level
  • Required: At least 60 points of 300-level Spanish.
  • Recommended for postgraduate study: at least one Spanish non-language course at 300-level.

Note: One of the following may be counted as a Spanish course: EURA 101, EURA 103, EURA 104, LING 103.

Minor

A student intending to complete the BA with a minor in Spanish must be credited with at least 75 points in Spanish, which must include at least 45 points at 200-level or above.

Statistics

Major

A student intending to complete the BA with a major in Statistics must be credited with at least 135 points in Statistics (or from other relevant subjects with the approval of the Head of Department) including at least 105 points at 200-level or above, and the following:


100-level
  • Required: MATH 103, MATH 109 or MATH 199.

200-level
  • Required: 45 points from STAT 201–294.
  • Required for entry to honours: A further 15 points from STAT 201–294 or MATH 201–294 or other approved 200-level course.

300-level
  • Required: At least 60 points from STAT 301–394.
  • Required for entry to honours: An additional 30 points from MATH 301–394 or STAT 301–394, or other approved courses.

Minor

A student intending to complete the BA with a minor in Statistics must be credited with at least 75 points in Statistics (or from other relevant subjects with the approval of the Head of Department), which must include at least 45 points at 200-level or above.

Te Reo Māori

Major

Students intending to complete the BA with a major in Te Reo Māori must be credited with at least 135 points in Te Reo Māori (or their co-coded equivalents), which must include at least 105 points at 200-level or above, including the following:


100-level
  • Recommended: 30 points of 100-level Te Reo Māori, including TREO 111 and/or TREO 112.

200-level
  • Recommended: 45 points of 200-level Te Reo Māori, including TREO 260.

300-level
  • Required: At least 60 points of 300-level Te Reo Māori, including TREO 360 (60 points).

Students may include up to 45 points from courses listed under Māori and Indigenous Studies.

Students completing a double major in Te Reo Māori and Māori and Indigenous Studies must complete a total of 270 unique points in different courses.

Minor

Students intending to complete the BA with a minor in Te Reo Māori must be credited with at least 75 points in Te Reo Māori (or their co-coded equivalents), which must include at least 45 points at 200-level or above, including TREO 260.

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