Courses & Units

Course rules for D4A Bachelor of Environmental Design with Honours

1In these specifications 'College' means that College of Sciences and Engineering.

Entry

2Candidates for the Bachelor of Environmental Design with Honours require approval of the College and shall:
 [i] have qualified for admission to the degree of Bachelor of Environmental Design at this University or equivalent qualification at another approved tertiary institution; and
 [ii] have achieved an Average Weighted Mark[a] of 60% in the units of the final academic year of the Bachelor of Environmental Design course or of an equivalent design course in another tertiary institution approved by the Faculty.
  

Course structure

3To qualify for the award of Bachelor of Environmental Design with Honours, the candidate shall pass 100% of compulsory units from the Schedule to the course.
4Candidates shall complete the requirements for the course within a specified period provided that the maximum period shall not exceed 12 months from the date of commencement for full-time students or 24 months from the date of commencement for part-time students.
5The Dean may grant an extension of time to a candidate who has been prevented from illness or other serious cause from completing the requirements of the course within the period prescribed in these specification.

Miscellaneous

6The classes of Honours shall be first, second and third class. There shall be an upper and lower division in the second class.
7The College may from time to time make amendments to the schedule to these specifications.
8These specification shall take effect on 1 January 2004 and shall apply to all candidates for the degree, including those enrolling for the first time in that year and those enrolled subsequently.
9The approved abbreviation for the degree of Bachelor of Environmental Design with Honours shall be BEnvDes(Hons).

[a]The Average Weighted Mark is calculated by multiplying the percentage mark awarded for each unit in the final academic year (excluding any elective units) by the weighting for each unit and then adding the resulting figures and dividing that sum total by the total weighting of all units studied.