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Group 4(a), Applied Mathematics and Statistics

Approval of Course

GROUP 4 Group 4(a), Applied Mathematics and Statistics

Group 4(a), Applied Mathematics and Statistics

Applied Mathematics I Applied Mathematics II Applied Mathematics Theory of Statistics I Theory of Statistics II (this sub-major may not be

in the first year of the course)

III started

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Principles of Statistics (not as part of any major or sub-major) Group 4(b), Psychology

Psychology I Psychology IIA Psychology IIIA

This is the only course accepted as a first or single major in Psychology.

Candidates who wish to take two majors in Psychology should form their second major of three other Psychology subjects passed in the Second and Third Years of the course. These subjects are: Psychology IIB, Social Psychology and Psychopathology.

Sub-majors

Psychology I Psychology IIA or

Psychology IIB or

Social Psychology Psychology I Criminology A

Note: Criminology A, a subject of group 2, does not form part of any major, or of any sub-major other than Psychology I, Criminology A.

Group 4(c), Science Major

History and Philosophy of Science I

Sub-majors

History and Philosophy of Science I

History and Philosophy of Science II

History and Philosophy of Science II

History and Philosophy of Science III or History and Philosophy

of Science (Science course)

A subject of group 4(c) History and Philosophy of Science

( Science course)

( Provided that two subjects of group 4 shall have been taken before History and Philosophy of Science ( Science course).)

Physics IA or IB or IT Chemistry IA or IB or I T Biology

Students who have not taken Physics and Chemistry to at least School Leaving standard will find the Biochemistry part of Biology very dif cult. If they have passed well in Matriculation Biology they should be able to take the subject successfully.

Other students may be well-advised to select an alternative subject.

Geology I

Group 4(d), Geography Major

Geography I Geography II Geography III

( Credit will not be given in the same, course for Economic Geography I and Geography I)

Group 4(e), Engineering

Engineering Study* (not as part of any major or sub-major)

COMBINED COURSЕ FOR THE DEGREES OF BACHELOR OF ARTS, BACHELOR of ScIENCЕ

The course must comprise at least one full year's work in Arts in addition to the subjects of the course for bachelor of Science. The faculty has defined a full year's' work as at least four subjects, of which at least two must be of grade 2 or 3. The course must comply with the requirements for the degree of bachelor of Arts.

• Engineering Study will not be available in 1964.

FACULTY OF ARTS HANDBOOK

Credit in the Arts course may be granted for the following subjects which may be taken in the Science course:

General Mathematics Pure Mathematics I, II, III Applied Mathematics I, II, III Theory of Statistics I, II Psychology I, IIA, IIIB Physics IA or IB or IT Chemistry IA or IB or I T Biology

Geology I

Geography I, II, III

History and Philosophy of Science ( Science course)

COMBINED COURSE FOR THE DEGREES OF BACHELOR OF ARTS, BAØoR of LAws

A bachelor of Laws who wishes to complete the course for bachelor of Arts (ordinary degree) will receive credit for a major in group 2 and one other group 2 subject, and may complete the second major by passing in Modern Government A and Modern Government В or Australian History. He will retain credit for the two Arts subjects of the First and Second Years of the Law course. The remaining subjects must be chosen so that the course complies with the requirements for the degree of bachelor of Arts.

Students wishing to combine the courses for the degree of bachelor of Arts (ordinary degree) and bachelor of Laws will receive similar credit, but must take the subjects of the Law course in the order required by the Law regulation. Such students will not be eligible for admission to the Arts degree until they have completed at least the Third Year of the Law course, which will usually be the Fourth Year of the combined course.

Special six-year courses have been approved for students who wish to combine a course for bachelor of Arts ( degree with honours) with the course for bachelor of Laws. Details of this course in the school of History will be found on p. 107 and in the school of Political Science on p. 169. For details of courses for bachelor of Arts (hoes) in other schools or combined courses and bachelor of Laws, students should consult the sub-dean.

The relevant regulation will be found in the Calendar in R 3.5.12(b) (see p. 20 of this handbook).

COMBINED COURSE FOR THE DEGREES OF BACHELOR OF ARTS, BACHELOR of CоммввcE

This course must inсlиде a major in Arts subjects in addition to the subjects taught by the departments of Commerce, Economic History and Economics, and must comply with the requirement that at least one subject from each of groups 1(a) , 2, 3 and 4 be passed. The course must comprise at least eighteen subjects in all.

COMBINED COURSE FOR BACHELOR OF ARTS, DIPLOMA OF SOCIAL STUDIES

The following combined courses in Arts and Social Studies have been approved:

For Students who take Social Studies, Course A 1. Two majors and one sub-major to be chosen from the following groups:

Majors

(1) Psychology I, Psychology IIA, Psychology IIIA or Social Psychology or Psychopathology (2) Philosophy I followed by two of:

Ethics, Greek Philosophy, Logic, Medieval Philosophy, Modern. Phil- osophy A, Modern Philosophy В, Political Philosophy, Problems of Philosophy, Social Organization

В.

(3) Social Organization A, Social History, Australian. History or Social Organization В 36

Language I Philosophy I Psychology I Social Biology 3rd Year Language III Soćial History Social Work II

Language II

Social Organization A Psychology IIA Social Work I 4th Year

Australian History or Social Organization В or 3rd Psychology subject

uncial Work III Sub-majors

(1) Psychology I, Psychology IIA (2) Philosophy I, followed by one of:

Ethics, Greek Philosophy, Logic, Medieval. Philosophy, Modern Phil- osophy A, Modern Philosophy B, Political Philosophy, Problems of Philosophy, Social Organization B.

(3) Social Organization A, Social History Remaining subjects

Foreign language Social Biology

The combined course is to be taken as follows:

1st Year 2nd Year

Language I Psychology IIA

Philosophy I Social Organization A

Psychology I 2nd Philosophy subject

Soćial Biology Social, Work I

3rd Year 4th Year

Soćial History Australian History

3rd Psychology subject or Social Organization B or 3rd Philosophy subject or 3rd Psychology or Philosophy

or Social Organization B subject

Social Work II Social Work III

2. Combined course for bachelor of Arts, diploma of Social Studies, with a major in а foreign language.

1st Maior: Language I, Language II, Language III

2nd Major: Social Organization A, Social History, Australian History or Social Organization B or Psychology I, Psychology IIA, Psychology IIIA

or Soćial Psychology or Psychopathology Sub-major: Psychology I, Psychology IIA

or Social Organization A, Social History Remaining subjects

Philosophy I Social Biology

The combined course is to be taken as follows:

1st. Year 2nd Year

For Students who take Social Studies, Course B 1st `Major—Psychology I, Psychology IIA, Psychology IIIA 2nd Major-Ëćonomics A, Economic History A, Economics B Sub-major—Social Biology„ Social Psychology

Remaining subjects Foreign language

Philosophy I or Pure Mathematics I

FACULTY OF AlmTS HANDBOOK The combined course is to be taken as follows:

ist Year 2nd Year

Psychology I