Bachelor of Applied Science/Bachelor of Economics 2009 Dual Degree Program Structure

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05/01/2009

Bachelor of
Applied Science/Bachelor of Economics

200
9

Dual Degree Program Structure


It is important that you read and understand the following information.


To be eligible to enrol in a dual degree program you must ensure that you satisfy the entry requ
irements for both
programs.


Once enrolled it is your responsibility to ensure that you complete all the requirements for each section of this dual
program in order to graduate with both degrees. The following information is designed to help you plan your

enrolment to meet this goal. Further information can be found in the Official rules and Course lists under the
Program requirements

link for each program in the Programs and Courses website:


http://www.uq.edu.a
u/study/


You are not required to submit this program plan for approval. However, if you have any questions or concerns
about meeting degree requirements, especially when you are nearing the end of your program, please contact the

relevant Faculty for ad
vice.


Please note:

Students exiting early with one component of a dual degree must complete the single degree
requirements of that component. Students will then be required to follow the single degree rules to complete the
remaining component from that
dual degree.


PROGRAM GUIDELINES



You must complete a total of #6
4

for
the program.


B
achelor of Applied Science

Section Requirements:



#
28

from the B
AppSc

L
ist including





#
14

of core courses;
(exempt from STAT2701 Biometrics I)
and



#1
2

from the Integrated

Resource Management
major
of the BAppSc List; and



#
2

of electives from the BAppSc List.



30 Days Industry Practice Work Experience


For the Bachelor of Applied Science component of this dual degree, prospective students should consult
the Faculty of Natur
al Resources, Agriculture and Veterinary Science website at
http://uq.edu.au/nravs/

or
make direct contact with the faculty.


Bachelor of Economics Section Requirements:




#36 from the BEc
on
L
ist including





#20
of compulsory courses
from Group 1;

and



#4 from Group 2;

and



#10 from Group 3

including AGRC3027, ECON3700, and ECON3710
; and



#2 of elective

courses

from Groups 2,
3 or 4
.


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BACHELOR OF
APPLIED SCIENCE/BACH
ELOR OF ECONOMICS

DUAL DE
GREE PROGRAM STRUCTU
RE

You can use this outline to plan your program structure.


BACHELOR OF
APPLIED SCIENCE

BACHELOR OF
ECONOMICS

Please consult your Academic Adviser in the Faculty of
NRAVS for course selection

Total
Units #

Courses

Total
Units #

YEAR
ONE

YEAR ONE

Semester 1

Semester 1

AGRC1015 Knowledge Management in Natural & Agrifood
Systems

2

ACCT1101

Accounting for Decision Making

2



ECON1010

Introductory Microeconomics

2



ECON1310

Quantitative Econ & Bus Analysis A

2





Semester 2

Semeste
r 2

ENVM1512 Agricultural & Ecological Economics

2

ECON1020

Introductory Macroeconomics

2

ENVM2503 Environment & Community

2

ECON1320

Quantitative Econ & Bus Analysis B

2

YEAR TWO

YEAR TWO

Semester 1

Semester 1

AGRC1010 Systems Thinking & Practice in
Environmental &
Agrifood Industries

2

ECON2010

Microeconomic Theory

2

BIOL1030 Biodiversity & Our Environment

2

ECON2020

Macroeconomic Theory

2

Semester 2

Semester 2

AGRC2014 Problem Solving in Natural & Agrifood Systems

2

ECON2030

Microeconomic Policy

2



ECON2040

Macroeconomic Policy

2



ECON3xxx

Group 3

2

YEAR THREE

YEAR THREE

Semester 1

Semester 1

ENVM2200 Resource Management & Environmental Planning

2


[ECON1110

Australian Economic Institutions

[OR

[ECON1120

The Economics of Social Issues


2

LAND3007 Land Use and Management

2

ECON2300

Introductory Econometrics

2

Semester 2

Semester 2

ENVM3518 Environment & Development

2


[ECON1100

Political Economy & Comparative Sys

[OR

[ECON1050

Introductory Mathematical Economics

2




ECON3xxx

Group 3

2



ECON3xxx

Group 3

2

YEAR FOUR

YEAR FOUR

Semester 1

Semester 1

AGRC3025 Decision Support Systems for Natural & Agrifood
Systems

2



ENVM3103 Regulatory Frameworks in Environmental
Management & Planning

2



ENVM3523 Natural Resource Management

2



ENV
M3526 Systems Thinking Systems Dynamics

2



Semester 2

Semester 2

Elective from BAppSc list

2

ECON3xxx

Group 3

2



ECON3xxx

Group 3

2



Group 2, 3 or 4 Elective

2

Total

#28

Total

#36






A Major in BEcon requires careful
planning;

please see your ac
ademic
administration officer

for assistance.

Ensure your B
AppSc and BEcon

Major/s are correctly list
ed

on mySI
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net