Bachelor of Science Dual Programs 

From Semester 1 2021, the revised Bachelor of Science [2461] (BSc) has the following changes:

  • Plans (majors and extended majors) available in the program have changed
  • Majors and Extended Majors now include a compulsory Level 1 course
  • Some plans have been renamed
  • Minors introduced
  • Decrease in the amount of late-year courses (level 3 or higher) required
  • Dual Majors are no longer available

Due to these changes, all BSc dual programs have a new program code. The new program code and a summary of the changes to the program, can be seen in the relevant program details below.

To see what plans (majors, extended majors and minors) will be available in your dual program, review the revised dual program information on Programs and Courses.

UQ Minors have been introduced in the single Bachelor of Science [2461] program. These minors are not available in dual programs as they are only available to study as part of the general elective courses.

Changing Programs

You may choose to continue with your current study plan or transfer to the revised program.

There have been a number of legislative changes to fees that will come into effect from 1 January 2021 that affect all program changes made via QTAC and mySI-net. This includes changing from a dual program to a single program when the single program forms part of the dual. You can find more information on my.UQ.

Please ensure that you understand the changes, consider your individual circumstances and seek individual advice as required before making a decision to change.

If you decide to change to the revised dual program, you will need to submit a Program Change Request through mySi-net by 12 February 2021 (program change requests opened on 4 December 2020).