|*|| written expression||*|| linguistic skills||*|| creative self-expression||*|| capacity to analyse and interpret in a dispassionate and objective manner||*|| capacity for reasoned criticism||*|| data acquisition and analysis||*|| research techniques||*|| marshalling facts in support of arguments, and ||*|| evaluating the possible outcomes of alternative courses of action, with the emphasis varying according to the particular program chosen.|
|*|| Students will normally enrol in units totalling 100% weight in each year of the three year course. ||*|| They will normally be required to complete 100% at each of 100, 200 and 300 levels. |
|*|| Students may not count more than 50% from Group 1A or more than 90% from Groups 2A and 3A. ||*|| They must select units to meet the requirements for either two major sequences or both a double major and a minor sequence. |
|*|| Students must make an interim declaration of their intended majors or double major and minor by the time they have completed units totalling 100% and they must confirm this by the time they have completed units totalling 200%.||*|| The maximum percentage at 100 level in any given discipline which may be counted towards the degree is 25%.||*|| The maximum percentage in any major sequence which may be counted towards the degree is 60% at 200 level and 60% at 300 level (this requirement may not apply to language majors which commence at 200 level).||*|| Full-time candidates may not normally enrol in units totalling more than 100% and part-time candidates in units totalling more than 74%.||*|| Units may be counted towards the degree only if they have been taken in accordance with prerequisites determined by the Faculty. Students may not count towards the degree any unit whose content substantially repeats the content of a unit already counted.|
1. Two Major Sequences
2. Double Major
Two Major Sequences
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