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UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAM GUIDE

2013

ARCHITECTURE, LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE & URBAN DESIGN


ARCHITECTURE, LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE & URBAN DESIGN Architects, landscape architects and urban designers are critical professionals responding to pressing environmental, cultural, social and economic issues in the design and creation of our built environments. Built environments include the many forms of buildings, landscapes, streetscapes, parks and structures that comprise the places we live in and visit, both public and private. An ever-expanding body of imaginative, conceptual, technical and managerial skills are required to make positive and effective contributions to this important work.

The School’s postgraduate programs are accredited by the relevant professional body. The Master of Architecture is accredited by the Australian Institute of Architects and the Master of Landscape Architecture is accredited by the Australian Institute of Landscape Architecture. The planning degrees are accredited by the Planning Institute of Australia.

The School of Architecture, Landscape Architecture and Urban Design offers a three-year undergraduate degree—the Bachelor of Design Studies—as the recognised pathway leading to two-year, postgraduate degrees in architecture and landscape architecture. Urban design is integrated into these degrees. The School also offers postgraduates the opportunity to move to programs leading to Masters in planning, and planning for urban design, which may be applied for following successful completion of the Bachelor of Design Studies or another undergraduate degree.

At both undergraduate and postgraduate level, students will be engaged with a curriculum that engages with the evolving scope of practice, canons and traditions of these design disciplines. It will support this with teaching that grounds students’ critical thinking in knowledge of the technological, scientific and cultural factors that drive and define the problems that designers engage with, including climate change, demographic pressures, and energy and resource constraints. This will be explored through design studio projects, workshops, seminars, lectures and tutorials, where students learn how to consider new issues, pose questions and propose solutions.

“ Having graduated from this degree, I have a much better understanding of the role that good design plays in forming our future environment. Danny Brookes Bachelor of Design Studies

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Diploma in

Languages Any student enrolled in an undergraduate program at the University can elect to study a language through the Diploma in Languages. You can start as a complete beginner or with more advanced knowledge, and choose from Chinese, French, German, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Modern Greek or Spanish. The Diploma extends your study by one year to fit the required three years of language study, and you graduate with awards in both your program and the Diploma in Languages. You will leave university with language expertise, in both your chosen language and English, communication skills and greater cultural insight. The Diploma in Languages is not available to international students.

Our teaching staff include high-profile and internationally recognised design practitioners and academics, encouraging students to combine creative exploration with reflective and critical thinking. With a strong focus on design, students will also study digital representation, history and theory, construction, sustainable design, and professional practice. Students are able to participate in school-run overseas and interstate studios or participate in exchange programs to study overseas for a semester. All programs endeavour to prepare students for careers that will contribute to the complex development of projects destined to shape our inevitably changing built environments—an increasingly vital area of concern for everyone’s future.


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Architecture/Landscape Architecture/Urban Design Study to Career Pathways The Bachelor of Design Studies (B.Des.St.) followed by the Master of Architecture is recognised by the Australian Institute of Architects (AIA) and accredited by the Architects Board of South Australia. These two programs can be completed in five years of study. A total of two years practical experience, at least one of which

must be taken after graduation, and an examination by the Architects Registration Board are prerequisites to registration as an architect. A similar pathway applies for aspiring landscape architects, with the Master of Landscape Architecture being recognised by the Australian Institute of Landscape Architects (AILA) and examined by the Registered Landscape Architects Board for registration. The B.Des.St. followed by either the Master of Planning or the Master of Planning (Urban

Design) are study pathways both accredited by the Planning Institute of Australia (PIA), with a full accreditation process completed in 2011. Again these two programs can be completed in five years of study. Planners and urban designers typically follow careers in local and state government or in independent consultancy offices. The professions are growing in importance and demand internationally, particularly in areas of rapid urban growth.

Architecture/Landscape Architecture/Urban Design Study to Career Pathways DegreeS

Bachelor of Design Studies

CareerS

 onours Degree of H Bachelor of Design Studies (1 year)

M  asters by Research

Tertiary Academic Postdoctoral Research Fellow

PhD

Master of Architecture (2 years)

Architect, Project Manager, Draftsperson, Graduate Consultant

Master of Landscape Architecture (2 years)

Landscape Architect, Conservation Consultant, Environmental Designer, Policy Adviser

Master of Planning (2 years)

Planner, Urban Planner

Master of Planning (Urban Design) (2 years)

Planner, Urban Designer, Urban Planner

Double degree Master of Architecture/Master of Landscape Architecture (3 years)

Architect, Project Manager, Draftsperson, Graduate Consultant, Landscape Architect, Conservation Consultant, Environmental Designer, Policy Adviser

Double degree Master of Planning (Urban Design)/ Master of Landscape Architecture (3 years)

Landscape Architect, Conservation Consultant, Environmental Designer, Policy Adviser, Urban Planner, Development Planner, Urban Designer

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Bachelor of Design Studies

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Architect Draftsperson

Landscape Architect Urban Planner Environmental Designer

Graduate Consultant

design

SATAC Code: 314131 2012 ATAR cut-off: 65.85 2012 IB cut-off: 24 Duration: 3 years full-time (or part-time equivalent) Location: North Terrace campus

Why study the Bachelor of Design Studies? Design is an activity that requires creativity, critical thinking and the ability to understand and respond to the needs and aspirations of people and the possibilities of our environment. Design in the Bachelor of Design Studies degree focuses on the way humans create places through architecture, landscape architecture and urban design. The three-year Bachelor of Design Studies degree can be taken alone or as the first part of the professionally accredited academic programs of Master of Architecture or Master of Landscape Architecture. Alternatively, the Bachelor of Design Studies program provides a study pathway for students who wish to undertake the Master of Planning (Urban Design)/Master of Landscape Architecture. The program involves the arts and the sciences, writing and graphics, design and analysis, management and engineering, together with architecture, landscape architecture and urban design. Students will find themselves involved in practical aspects of the program, such as designing, making models, visiting building sites, landscapes and gardens, visiting art galleries and exhibitions, and absorbing aspects of the society in which people live and formulating proposals for improving the environment.

What careers can the Bachelor of Design Studies lead to? The B.Des.St. leads to careers that require skills in analysing and interpreting situations, the use of creative decision making approaches, and the formulation of proposals for change or conservation. Graduates of the Bachelor of Design Studies are well equipped to continue on to a broad spectrum of future studies in other fields because of the program’s emphasis on critical thinking, creative action, communication skills and digital

Urban Designer Project Manager

Conservation Consultant

Development Planner

Draftsperson Policy Adviser

technologies. These pathways could include teaching, health sciences, environmental law, international development, urban and regional planning, marketing and business.

Professional Accreditation To practice as an architect or landscape architect, candidates must have completed a professionally accredited degree in the relevant program. The Bachelor of Design Studies followed by the Master of Architecture is recognised by the Australian Institute of Architects (AIA) and accredited by the Architects Board of South Australia. The Bachelor of Design Studies followed by the Master of Landscape Architecture is recognised by the Australian Institute of Landscape Architects (AILA) and examined by the Registered Landscape Architects Board for registration.

making models, visiting building sites, landscapes and gardens, visiting art galleries and exhibitions, and absorbing aspects of society in which people live and formulating proposals for improving the environment.

Study Plan Level I/YEAR 1 Design Studio 1 History Theory 1 Representation 1 Design Studio 2 Environment 1 Construction 1 Level II/YEAR 2 Design Studio 3

Program Structure The multi-disciplinary core and broad range of elective courses in the Bachelor of Design Studies foster intellectual development, critical thinking and creative action. The program is intended as a framework within which to develop these skills for those individuals who have an interest in the environment and design and who wish to enhance buildings and human modified places with creative environmental design solutions.

Environment 2 Construction 2 Design Studio 4 Representation 2 History Theory 2 Level III/YEAR 3 Design Studio 5

The program involves the arts and sciences, writing and graphics, design and analysis, management and engineering, together with architecture, landscape architecture and urban design. Although most graduates continue in one of the Architecture and/or Landscape Architecture, and or Planning (Urban Design) programs, some follow careers in information technology, environmental design, media and publications, arts or other fields.

Construction 3

Students will find themselves involved in practical aspects of the program such as designing,

The Honours program allows students to research a particular area from a wide range of topics such as digital design media (CAD), history of landscapes and buildings, cross-cultural architectural studies, and environmental studies. The Honours program opens the possibility for students to continue their studies into the Postgraduate (by Research) program, either in a Masters or PhD level.

I found the Master of Landscape “ Architecture to be one of the most rewarding programs with excellent teachers and motivational tutors.

Nina Orkina Master of Architecture/Master of Landscape Architecture

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Representation 3 Design Studio 6 Environment 3 History Theory 3

Honours


By undertaking the Bachelor of Design Studies, I have been given a broad education that has allowed me to explore the many roles and paths the profession offers… The degree itself covers an eclectic range of topics, from issues of sustainability to construction, the use of digital media and the wider histories and theories of architecture, landscape architecture and urban design… it has challenged what I perceived the role of the designer to be. Tin Do Bachelor of Design Studies

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FURTHER INFORMATION Entry Pathways School leavers/applicants with Year 12 qualifications To be eligible to apply for a University of Adelaide program you must: • successfully complete the South Australian Certificate of Education (SACE) or Recognised Studies • complete any prerequisite subject requirements for your chosen University degree • obtain an Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR). Note: If eligible for use as a basis of admission, Year 12 results are acceptable regardless of the date undertaken.

Previous university study

SA to the University of Adelaide guide or contact the relevant Faculty to which you are applying for more specific information on entry and provision of status for prior study.

Special Tertiary Admissions Test (STAT) If you are over 18 (or will be 18 on February 1 of the year you commence studies) and have not done more than two years (full-time) tertiary study in the last two years you can apply for university entry by completing the Special Tertiary Admissions Test (STAT). Further information about the STAT is available at www.acer.edu.au/stat

Indigenous Access Scheme Places are also available under the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Access Scheme for Indigenous Australian students who do not have a Year 12 qualification.

Applicants who have completed at least half a year of higher education study may be considered on the basis of their tertiary academic record and/ or Year 12 results.

For further information please contact Wilto Yerlo: Phone (freecall): 1800 651 763 Email: daniel.turner@adelaide.edu.au

SATAC Application Dates and Deadlines

Overseas Qualifications

Closing date

VET qualifications

Overseas Year 12 and tertiary qualifications are assessed as part of the normal processing of applications by SATAC.

Change of preference deadline

How to Apply

For further information on how to apply please visit www.international.adelaide.edu.au/apply

Application Process

Deferring Your Studies

Successful completion of VET AQF Certificate IV awards meet the minimum entry requirements for most Bachelor degree programs and diploma programs. Admission to a small number of Bachelor degrees requires the successful completion of a VET AQF diploma award. For more information, visit: www.adelaide.edu.au/ student/future/guide/ug/tafe For some University programs, credit transfer may also be available based on completed VET award studies. Refer to the Pathways from TAFE

Applications for admission to university are coordinated by the South Australian Tertiary Admission Centre (SATAC). Further information on applying is available online at: www.satac.edu.au/uniweb

Applications open

6 August 2012 28 September 2012 7 January 2013

International Student Applications

Study of the Bachelor of Design Studies can be deferred for a period of two years following an offer of a place.

Fees and Costs

SCHOLARSHIPS The University of Adelaide has a generous scholarship program for both commencing and continuing undergraduate and Honours students. The University’s Scholarships website is a comprehensive resource containing details about the University’s scholarships as well as the wide variety of other scholarships that are offered by government, industry, private donors and not-for-profit organisations. Scholarships are listed under a number of categories including: scholarships for students in financial need; students

from rural, regional or remote areas; and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students. It is strongly recommended that you look through the full range of available scholarships, as you may be eligible for scholarships in various categories. Further information about scholarships on offer and how to apply can be obtained from the website (www.adelaide.edu.au/ scholarships), the University Contact Centre (refer to the back of this guide for contact details), and Hub Central (when on campus).

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In 2012 student contributions for Commonwealth Supported students studying an equivalent fulltime study load (EFTSL) were as follows. Band 1: Humanities, Behavioural Science, Clinical Psychology, Education, Foreign Languages, Nursing, Social Sciences, Visual and Performing Arts $5,648 Band 2: Agriculture, Computing, Built Environment, Health, Engineering, Surveying

$8,050

Band 3: Law, Medicine, Accounting, Administration, Business, Commerce, Economics, Tourism

$9,425

National Priorities: Mathematics, Statistics, Science

$4,520

These fees are indicative only as actual charges are determined at the course level based on the area of teaching. Fees may increase in 2013.


HECS Higher Education Loan Program (HECS-HELP) HECS-HELP helps eligible Commonwealth Supported students to pay their student contribution. Further information on Commonwealth support and HECS-HELP is available at www.studyassist.gov.au

Student Services & Amenities Fee Students will be charged a Student Services & Amenities Fee (SSAF) to assist with the funding of student services and amenities at the university. In 2012 the SSAF amount for Full-Time students was $263, and for Part-Time students it was $197. Eligible students may defer this fee to an SA-HELP loan. Further information about the SSAF and SA-HELP is available on the Student Finance website at: www.adelaide.edu.au/student/finance/ssaf

Additional Costs Students may be required to purchase specialist equipment/reading materials. It is advised you do not purchase any equipment until you have received your Faculty/School handbook, available during orientation. SATAC application procedures, including international students studying Australian Year 12.

Student Study Commitment To successfully complete courses, students will need to allocate 48 hours a week to their studies. This allocation comprises formal contact time (e.g. lectures, tutorials, workshops) and noncontact time for a range of activities which may include, but are not limited to, assessment tasks, reading, researching, note-taking, revision, writing, consultation with staff, and informal discussions with other students. The workload for undergraduate programs is 24 units per year (full-time).

About the School Our School is located in one of Australia’s respected ‘Group of Eight’ universities, known for the quality of their research and rigorous educational standards.

This unique, interdisciplinary approach allows graduates to choose whether they would like to go on to complete their professional training in either our Master of Architecture or Master of Landscape Architecture or, by completing one further year of study, they may graduate with a Masters degree in both disciplines. Students participate in a wide range of teaching and learning activities including workshops, installations, exhibitions, field trips, real-life projects and construction site visits. Students enrolled in the School’s Undergraduate and Postgraduate Coursework programs have the opportunity to travel interstate and overseas as part of their studies, allowing them to learn valuable design techniques from other cultures. Past overseas studio destinations have included Italy, Finland, Turkey, Japan, Scotland and India.

Who to

contact if you have any questions

The University Contact Centre takes all phone and online program enquiries. Our friendly and skilled staff will provide you with relevant information, or will put you in touch with Faculty/School staff for their expert advice. Please refer to the back cover of this guide for University Contact Centre details.

We specialise in delivering internationally recognised programs in architecture and landscape architecture that include significant urban design content. The Bachelor of Design Studies provides a foundation in all three of these interrelated, built environment disciplines.

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UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAM GUIDES Architecture, Landscape Architecture and Urban Design

Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical & Electronic—Avionics)

Bachelor of Design Studies

Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical & Sustainable Energy)

Honours degree of Bachelor of Design Studies

Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical)

Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Arts (Advanced) Bachelor of Development Studies

Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical & Aerospace) Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical & Sports) Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical & Sustainable Energy) Bachelor of Engineering (Mechatronic)

Bachelor of Environmental Policy & Management

Bachelor of Engineering (Mining)

Bachelor of International Studies

Bachelor of Engineering (Petroleum)

Bachelor of Social Sciences

Bachelor of Engineering (Pharmaceutical)

Honours Degree of Bachelor of Arts

Bachelor of Engineering (Software)

Honours Degree of Bachelor of Development Studies

Bachelor of Engineering (Telecommunications)

Honours Degree of Bachelor of Environmental Policy & Management Honours Degree of Bachelor of International Studies Honours Degree of Bachelor of Social Sciences Bachelor of Arts with Bachelor of Economics Bachelor of Arts with Bachelor of Music

Bachelor of Engineering (Chemical) and Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Engineering (Chemical) with Bachelor of Economics Bachelor of Engineering (Chemical) with Bachelor of Finance Bachelor of Engineering (Chemical) with Bachelor of Mathematical & Computer Sciences

Bachelor of Arts with Bachelor of Science

Bachelor of Engineering (Chemical) with Bachelor of Science

Bachelor of International Studies with Bachelor of Arts

Bachelor of Engineering (Chemical) with Bachelor of Science (Biotechnology)

Bachelor of International Studies with Bachelor of Economics

Bachelor of Engineering (Civil & Environmental) and Bachelor of Arts

Bachelor of Media with Bachelor of Arts

Bachelor of Engineering (Civil & Environmental) with Bachelor of Finance

Bachelor of Media with Bachelor of International Studies

Bachelor of Engineering (Civil & Environmental) with Bachelor of Mathematical & Computer Sciences

Bachelor of Social Sciences with Bachelor of Health Sciences Bachelor of Teaching with Bachelor of Arts

Business and Economics

Bachelor of Engineering (Civil & Environmental) with Bachelor of Science Bachelor of Engineering (Civil & Structural) and Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Engineering (Civil & Structural) and Bachelor of Engineering (Civil & Environmental)

Bachelor of Commerce

Bachelor of Engineering (Civil & Structural) with Bachelor of Finance

Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting)

Bachelor of Engineering (Civil & Structural) with Bachelor of Mathematical & Computer Sciences

Bachelor of Commerce (Corporate Finance)

Bachelor of Engineering (Civil & Structural) with Bachelor of Science

Bachelor of Commerce (International Business)

Bachelor of Engineering (Computer Systems) and Bachelor of Arts

Bachelor of Commerce (Management) Bachelor of Commerce (Marketing) Bachelor of Economics Bachelor of Finance

Bachelor of Engineering (Computer Systems) with Bachelor of Economics Bachelor of Engineering (Computer Systems) with Bachelor of Finance Bachelor of Engineering (Computer Systems) with Bachelor of Mathematical & Computer Sciences

Bachelor of Finance (International)

Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical & Electronic) and Bachelor of Arts

Honours Degree of Bachelor of Commerce

Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical & Electronic) with Bachelor of Economics

Honours Degree of Bachelor of Economics

Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical & Electronic) with Bachelor of Finance

Honours Degree of Bachelor of Finance

Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical & Electronic) with Bachelor of Mathematical & Computer Sciences

Bachelor of Economics with Bachelor of Finance

Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical & Electronic) and Bachelor of Science (Physics)

Bachelor of Finance with Bachelor of Mathematical & Computer Sciences

Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical) and Bachelor of Arts

Computer Science and Information Technology

Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical) with Bachelor of Economics

Bachelor of Computer Science

Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical) with Bachelor of Finance

Bachelor of Computer Science (Advanced)

Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical) with Bachelor of Mathematical & Computer Sciences

Bachelor of Engineering (Software)

Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical) with Bachelor of Science

Bachelor of Mathematical & Computer Sciences

Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical & Aerospace) with Bachelor of Mathematical & Computer Sciences

Honours Degree of Bachelor of Computer Science

Dentistry and Oral Health Bachelor of Dental Surgery Bachelor of Oral Health Honours Degree of Bachelor of Science in Dentistry

Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical & Aerospace) with Bachelor of Science Bachelor of Engineering (Mechatronic) and Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Engineering (Mechatronic) with Bachelor of Mathematical & Computer Sciences Bachelor of Engineering (Mining) with Bachelor of Mathematical & Computer Sciences Bachelor of Engineering (Mining) with Bachelor of Science

Engineering Bachelor of Engineering (Architectural) Bachelor of Engineering (Chemical) Bachelor of Engineering (Chemical—Minerals Processing) Bachelor of Engineering (Chemical—Sustainable Energy) Bachelor of Engineering (Civil & Environmental) Bachelor of Engineering (Civil & Structural)

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Bachelor of Engineering (Petroleum) and Bachelor of Engineering (Chemical) Bachelor of Engineering (Petroleum) and Bachelor of Engineering (Civil & Structural Engineering) Bachelor of Engineering (Petroleum) and Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical) Bachelor of Engineering (Petroleum) and Bachelor of Engineering (Mining) Bachelor of Engineering (Petroleum) and Bachelor of Science (Geology & Geophysics) Bachelor of Engineering (Telecommunications) and Bachelor of Arts

Bachelor of Engineering (Computer Systems)

Bachelor of Engineering (Telecommunications) with Bachelor of Economics

Bachelor of Engineering (Computational)

Bachelor of Engineering (Telecommunications) with Bachelor of Finance

Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical & Electronic)

Bachelor of Engineering (Telecommunications) with Bachelor of Mathematical & Computer Sciences

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A list of all degrees and other programs included in our Undergraduate Program Guides. Health Sciences Bachelor of Health Sciences Honours Degree of Bachelor of Health Sciences Bachelor of Health Sciences with Bachelor of Mathematical & Computer Sciences Bachelor of Laws with Bachelor of Health Sciences Bachelor of Social Sciences with Bachelor of Health Sciences

Bachelor of Music (Performance & Pedagogy) Bachelor of Music (Popular Music & Creative Technologies) Bachelor of Music (Sonic Arts) Bachelor of Arts with Bachelor of Music Honours Degree of Bachelor of Music Honours Degree of Bachelor of Music (Performance & Pedagogy) Honours Degree of Bachelor of Music (Classical Performance)

Innovation and Entrepreneurship Bachelor of Innovation & Entrepreneurship

Languages

Honours Degree of Bachelor of Music (Jazz Performance) Honours Degree of Bachelor of Music (Music Education) Honours Degree of Bachelor of Music (Musicology)

Bachelor of Languages

Honours Degree of Bachelor of Music (Popular Music & Creative Technologies)

Diploma in Languages

Honours Degree of Bachelor of Music (Sonic Arts)

Law Bachelor of Laws Bachelor of Laws with Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Laws with Bachelor of Commerce Bachelor of Laws with Bachelor of Computer Science Bachelor of Laws with Bachelor of Development Studies Bachelor of Laws with Bachelor of Economics Bachelor of Laws with Bachelor of Engineering (Computer Systems) Bachelor of Laws with Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical & Electronic) Bachelor of Laws with Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical) Bachelor of Laws with Bachelor of Engineering (Telecommunications)

Advanced Diploma in Aboriginal Studies in Music Diploma in Aboriginal Studies in Music Diploma in Instrumental Music Diploma in Music (Classical) Diploma in Music (Jazz) Diploma in Music (Sound Engineering) Certificate IV in Music (Classical) Certificate IV in Music (Jazz) Certificate IV in Music (Technology) Certificate III in Music

Nursing

Bachelor of Laws with Bachelor of Environmental Policy & Management

Bachelor of Nursing

Bachelor of Laws with Bachelor of Finance

Honours Degree of Bachelor of Nursing

Bachelor of Laws with Bachelor of Health Sciences Bachelor of Laws with Bachelor of International Studies

Psychology

Bachelor of Laws with Bachelor of Mathematical & Computer Sciences

Bachelor of Psychological Science

Bachelor of Laws with Bachelor of Media

Bachelor of Psychology (Honours)

Bachelor of Laws with Bachelor of Science Bachelor of Laws with Bachelor of Social Sciences

Marketing and Media

Sciences Bachelor of Agricultural Sciences Bachelor of Food & Nutrition Science

Bachelor of Commerce (Marketing)

Bachelor of Science

Bachelor of Media

Bachelor of Science (Advanced)

Honours Degree of Bachelor of Media

Bachelor of Science (Animal Science)

Bachelor of Laws with Bachelor of Commerce (Marketing)

Bachelor of Science (Biomedical Science)

Bachelor of Laws with Bachelor of Media

Bachelor of Science (Biotechnology)

Bachelor of Media with Bachelor of Arts

Bachelor of Science (EcoChemistry)

Bachelor of Media with Bachelor of International Studies

Bachelor of Science (Evolutionary Biology)

Other Degrees with Marketing • Bachelor of Arts: Major in Marketing • Bachelor of Media: Marketing specialisation

Bachelor of Science (Laser Physics & Technology)

Mathematical Sciences

Bachelor of Science (Marine Biology) Bachelor of Science (Mineral Geoscience) Bachelor of Science (Molecular Biology)

Bachelor of Engineering (Computational)

Bachelor of Science (Molecular & Drug Design)

Bachelor of Mathematical Sciences

Bachelor of Science (Nanoscience & Materials)

Bachelor of Mathematical Sciences (Advanced)

Bachelor of Science (Natural Resources)

Bachelor of Mathematical & Computer Sciences

Bachelor of Science (Petroleum Geoscience)

Honours Degree of Bachelor of Mathematical Sciences

Bachelor of Science (Pre-Veterinary)

Honours Degree of Bachelor of Mathematical & Computer Sciences

Bachelor of Science (Space Science & Astrophysics)

Medicine

Bachelor of Viticulture & Oenology Honours Degree of Bachelor of Agricultural Sciences

Bachelor of Medicine/Bachelor of Surgery

Honours Degree of Bachelor of Food & Nutrition Science

Honours Degree of Bachelor of Medical Science

Honours Degree of Bachelor of Science

Music Bachelor of Music Bachelor of Music (Classical Performance)

Honours Degree of Bachelor of Music (Composition)

Honours Degree of Bachelor of Science in High Performance Computational Physics Honours Degree of Bachelor of Viticulture & Oenology

Teaching

Bachelor of Music (Composition)

Bachelor of Teaching with Bachelor of Arts

Bachelor of Music (Jazz Performance)

Bachelor of Teaching with Bachelor of Economics

Bachelor of Music (Music Education)

Bachelor of Teaching with Bachelor of Mathematical & Computer Science

Bachelor of Music (Musicology)

Bachelor of Teaching with Bachelor of Science

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Contact the University of Adelaide: University Contact Centre The University of Adelaide SA 5005, Australia Phone: (08) 8313 5208 Freecall (interstate/country): 1800 061 459 Fax: (08) 8313 4401 Online enquiries: www.adelaide.edu.au/student/enquiries Facebook: www.facebook.com/uniofadelaide Twitter: @uniofadelaide

Disclaimer With the aim of continual improvement the University of Adelaide is committed to regular review of the programs and courses it offers to students. As a result the specific offerings available to students may vary from year to year. The most current information on available programs of study for specific degrees/ diplomas and related courses is available from www.ua.edu.au/degrees The University of Adelaide assumes no responsibility for the accuracy of information provided by third parties. CRICOS Provider 00123M Š The University of Adelaide Published April 2012 Printed by Finsbury Green


2013 Undergraduate Program Guide