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2 Life experience through Global Learning All students will have the opportunity to study overseas through a range of programs, including student exchange, study tours and summer and winter schools. There are many exciting opportunities in Europe, Asia, the Americas and Africa. For information visit: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders The University of Adelaide values diversity where the rich cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders are taught, supported and celebrated. Wirltu Yarlu provide a range of services, schemes and preparation programs that are designed to support your desire to gain educational outcomes. Wirltu Yarlu is a place where students can soar to new heights. For information visit: Small group discovery There is a commitment to give all students the opportunity to learn in small groups, peer-to-peer and under the guidance of leading academics and researchers. This experience will enhance students initiative and creativity maximising studying in a research intensive university. For information visit: Advanced Bachelors High achieving students who are inspired by the opportunity to contribute to the world s important discoveries and research advancements should consider the Advanced Bachelors degrees. These programs provide a unique close quarters learning experience with academics of international distinction. For information visit: Fit uni into life Attendance at university is less structured than time spent at high school. The hours spent on campus in lectures, tutorials, practicals or in the field known as contact hours depend on the program students enrol in, study mode selected (internal, external, online or flexible learning) and course choices. This diary snapshot is only one example of how a student may choose to schedule their university study and life. 17 Monday October pm Work Phone mum for her birthday! October 2016 Su Mo Tu We Th Fri Sa October 2016 Su Mo Tu We Th Fri Sa Tuesday October am Principles of Microeconomics 1 lecture 12pm Commercial Law 1 lecture 1pm catch up with Lisa for lunch 2pm Principles of Microeconomics 1 tutorial 3pm Commercial Law 1 tutorial

3 Business, Economics and Innovation Students often commence their university study unsure about their future career path. The commerce, economics and finance degrees offered by the Adelaide Business School and the School of Economics enable students to delay decisions about their specialisations until the end of the first year of studies. This is because the degrees are structured in a similar way. With the exception of the Bachelor of Innovation and Entrepreneurship, all the degrees listed in this guide have similar first year components. This enables students to study a diverse range of courses (as electives) from the beginning of their degree. The areas of study in each degree are broadly summarised below. Commerce Commerce deals with activities within and between businesses and includes disciplines such as accounting, corporate finance, marketing, management and international business. Commerce students gain knowledge which is fundamental to the administration and management of businesses. Economics Economics examines the social aspects of economies. It studies the interaction between decision-making in households, businesses and the whole of society, and includes things such as how we respond to incentives (the things that influence decision-making) and how our conflicting choices are reconciled. Economics contributes to our understanding of policy design and business strategy. Economics provides the big picture. Finance Finance relates to the operation and function of the world s financial system and its relationship with the broader economy. Areas of study include financial markets, valuation issues, international trade and finance, financial modelling and financial management. Students may decide to specialise and graduate with a degree indicating their specialisation. Innovation and entrepreneurship Innovation and entrepreneurship encompasses a multidisciplinary skillset that can be applied to diverse areas. The program covers types of entrepreneurship, entrepreneurial processes, and history. It also investigates who entrepreneurs are, what they do and how innovation relates to entrepreneurial activity and outcomes. Other topics explored include the commercialisation of technology, the role of creativity in enterprise development, how to develop and demonstrate creative thinking, and how to recognise and assess entrepreneurial opportunities. Business and new venture creation is only one possible career outcome. Other opportunities might include policy development, working as an innovation specialist, or building on existing skills and knowledge in a specific domain. 19 Wednesday October pm Accounting for Decision Makers 1 lecture 1pm Business and Economic Statistics 1 lecture 2pm Lunch catch-up with Dani 3pm Accounting for Decision Makers 1 tutorial October 2016 Su Mo Tu We Th Fri Sa soccer training 20 Thursday October am Accounting Method 1 tutorial 12pm Commercial Law 1 lecture 4pm Principles of Microeconomics 1 lecture October 2016 Su Mo Tu We Th Fri Sa Friday October am Business and Economic Statistics 1 tutorial 12pm Meet with Saskia and Milly re: group assignment 1pm Business and Economic Statistics 1 lecture 9pm Drinks at the UniBar October 2016 Su Mo Tu We Th Fri Sa

4 Undergraduate degrees Business degrees > > Bachelor of Commerce > > Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting) > > Bachelor of Commerce (Corporate Finance) > > Bachelor of Commerce (International Business) > > Bachelor of Commerce (Management) > > Bachelor of Commerce (Marketing) > > Bachelor of Finance > > Bachelor of Finance (International) > > Honours degree of Bachelor of Commerce > > Honours degree of Bachelor of Finance Combined, concurrent and double degrees Bachelor of Commerce students are able to choose two majors from the available commerce specialisations: Accounting, Corporate Finance, International Business, Management or Marketing. The Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Finance give students the option to study a double degree, combined degree or a concurrent degree. All options allow students to study two distinct disciplines. Double degrees > > Bachelor of Economics with Bachelor of Finance > > Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Chemical) with Bachelor of Finance > > Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Civil and Structural) with Bachelor of Finance > > Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Electrical and Electronic) with Bachelor of Finance > > Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Mechanical) with Bachelor of Finance > > Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Civil and Environmental) with Bachelor of Finance > > Bachelor of Mathematical and Computer Sciences with Bachelor of Finance > > Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Commerce > > Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Finance Combined degrees The Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Finance degrees may be combined with one of the following degrees: > > Bachelor of Arts > > Bachelor of Commerce > > Bachelor of Economics > > Bachelor of Finance > > Bachelor of International Studies > > Bachelor of Media > > Bachelor of Social Sciences If you wish to undertake a combined degree, you will enrol in just one of those degrees and apply for the second degree within the first year of the other degree. It is important to note that offers into the second program are made after considering tertiary academic performance, so it is important to flag your intention to study a combined degree with the Business School Undergraduate Program Adviser at enrolment. Economics degrees > > Bachelor of Economics > > Bachelor of Economics (Advanced) > > Honours degree of Bachelor of Economics Economics double degrees > > Bachelor of Arts with Bachelor of Economics > > Bachelor of Economics with Bachelor of Finance > > Bachelor of International Studies with Bachelor of Economics > > Bachelor of Laws with Bachelor of Economics > > Bachelor of Teaching with Bachelor of Economics Innovation degrees > > Bachelor of Innovation and Entrepreneurship Combined, concurrent and double degrees After commencing a degree program students can speak to a program adviser about adding a second degree to broaden their horizons. There are a number of double and combined undergraduate degree options available. Students who successfully complete a double degree graduate with two parchments and two qualifications, whereas students who successfully complete a combined degree have both degrees listed on the one parchment. Concurrent studies may be an option for students who would like to study a second degree that has not already been packaged with their first degree of choice. Students should contact the faculty for advice. The Professions Adelaide Advantage Employers expect graduates to not only be knowledgeable in their field, but also be ready to solve problems, show a high degree of emotional intelligence, be able to communicate effectively and demonstrate leadership. The Professions Adelaide Advantage is designed to help students develop these skills, make the most of the co-curricular opportunities that the University offers, and ultimately enhance each student s self-development and employment potential. Over the duration of their degree, students who register for the Adelaide Advantage program accumulate status points in faculty-based extracurricular activities, all of which are designed to enhance each student s experience, business connections, friendships and future career. Student ambassador Students who register for the Adelaide Advantage program automatically become Student Ambassadors, with access to opportunities ranging from industry networking events, international travel, volunteering, community activities, work placements, social events, professional workshops and much more. International study tours The Faculty of the Professions offers a number of exciting tours to leading overseas universities. Study tours are usually 10 days to three weeks long, and past tours have been to Europe, South America and Asia. Study tours are organised by the faculty, and University of Adelaide staff accompany students. Many of the tours are partially subsidised by the faculty or the Australian Government, and participating students may be eligible for an OS-HELP loan. Tours are run in summer and winter school, and students can receive up to two courses credit. 2 Business, Economics and Innovation

5 Internships and work placements The Faculty of Professions internship program enables students to undertake practical and relevant work experience, develop job-ready skills and knowledge directly related to their field, gain insight into career pathways, and build their industry contacts and professional networks. International internships are also available. Skill development workshops Students have the opportunity to get a head start on their careers by meeting employers and hearing firsthand what graduate skills they seek. Students learn about available jobs, develop their CVs and digital footprint, and learn how to promote themselves and improve their personal brand by attending workshops and getting involved with various careers events. Go to and select The Adelaide Advantage. Industry partnerships Integrated into the teaching curriculum is interaction with industry. Students can kick-start their career development and apply university learning through a series of industry engagement programs such as On the Couch, the GC Harcourt Visiting Professorship Lecture and leadership forums. Professions Student Support Hub Located on the ground floor of the Nexus10 building, 10 Pulteney Street, Adelaide the Professions Hub is a purpose-built facility offering exclusive support services to students enrolled in Business, Economics and Entrepreneurship, Commercialisation and Innovation Centre programs. The dedicated team at the Professions Hub aims to support students throughout their university experience by providing special study areas, discipline-specific study coaches, in addition to offering a space in which students can socialise and make friends. Features of the Professions Hub include computer stations, learning booths for group meetings, televisions with computer access for group work, digital projectors, lounges and meeting rooms. For more information visit: Student support To assist students with the transition into tertiary studies the Professions Hub also runs profconnect, a peer networking program. The program blends academic workshops with social activities to enhance the student experience, encourage students to stay connected with each other and to cultivate a culture of community within our unique faculty. English language support The University of Adelaide offers a range of student English language support programs. These include the International Student Centre s Language and Cultural Exchange and Talking with Aussies volunteer programs, and programs coordinated by the Writing Centre. For more information visit: I was motivated by the practical and structured nature of the degree, which helped me to balance full-time study and elite sporting commitments, whilst also running my own organisations. Along the way, I have been guided by lecturers who have extensive experience in growing successful entrepreneurial ventures. Vanessa Picker Young Australian of the Year (SA) 2013 Bachelor of Innovation and Entrepreneurship Business, Economics and Innovation 3

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7 Indicative study-to-career pathways Disciplinary areas Degree programs Potential career pathways Commerce Bachelor of Commerce Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting) Bachelor of Commerce (Corporate Finance) Bachelor of Commerce (International Business) Bachelor of Commerce (Management) Bachelor of Commerce (Marketing) > > Auditor > > Accountant > > Financial services officer > > Fund and portfolio manager > > Accountant/management consultant > > Manager/business management > > Market researcher > > Marketer/marketing manager > > Ministerial adviser > > Business analyst > > Business consultant > > Commodities or futures trader > > Parliamentary adviser > > Policy adviser > > Public servant > > Finance manager > > Financial adviser > > Financial systems officer > > Government or corporate policy adviser > > Taxation officer > > International trade officer > > Stockbroker > > Chief financial officer > > Chief executive officer Economics Bachelor of Economics Bachelor of Economics (Advanced) Bachelor Arts with Bachelor of Economics Bachelor of Economics with Bachelor of Finance Bachelor of International Studies with Bachelor of Economics Bachelor of Laws with Bachelor of Economics Bachelor of Teaching with Bachelor of Economics > > International government and trade policy adviser > > International trade or business analyst > > Journalist > > Banker > > Business analyst > > Business data analyst > > Commodities or futures trader > > Diplomatic corps officer > > Project officer > > Public servant > > Research assistant > > Foreign affairs > > Business manager > > Data analyst > > Financial analyst > > Health economist > > Humanitarian/aid worker > > Industrial organiser > > Intelligence officer > > International development worker > > Management consultant > > Planning officer/urban planner > > Policy adviser > > Statistician > > Political adviser > > Stockbroker Finance Bachelor of Finance > > Banker > > Commodities or futures trader > > Actuary > > Finance manager > > Finance adviser > > Financial services officer > > Fund and portfolio manager > > International government and trade policy adviser > > International trade or business analyst Bachelor of Finance (International) > > Banker > > Finance manager > > Financial adviser > > Financial services officer > > Business manager > > Management consultant > > Business analyst > > Business data analyst > > Foreign affairs > > Statistician > > Government or corporate policy adviser > > Stockbroker > > Financial systems/computer analyst > > Financial systems/computer analyst > > International government and trade policy adviser > > International trade or business analyst Innovation Bachelor of Innovation and Entrepreneurship > > Product development manager > > Business consultant, business development manager > > Business management > > Chief executive officer > > Entrepreneur > > General Manager > > Government or Corporate Policy Adviser > > Innovation Manager Business, Economics and Innovation 5

8 Business Optimising Online Marketing Scholarship Students intending to undertake the Bachelor of Commerce (Marketing) can apply for the Optimising Online Marketing Scholarship (OOMS). This scholarship is designed to help students who are on their way to a business or marketing career to grow their talents and skills, making them more desirable to future employers. Full online training modules include: > > Google Analytics Essential Training > > Google AdWords Essential Training > > Online Marketing Fundamentals > > Google+ for Business > > SEO Fundamentals > > Google AdWords training modules > > AdWords certification exam voucher > > career and technical advice from the optimising team > > $200 AdWords credit > > $500 cash for any additional learning expenses. This adds up to over $2000 value in training and assistance. Applications To apply for the Optimising Online Marketing Scholarship, please Bachelor of Commerce commerce SATAC code: Duration: 3 years full-time (or part-time equivalent) 2015 local cut-offs: ATAR: IB: international cut offs: ATAR: 80 IB: 27 Assumed knowledge: Knowledge of mathematics is helpful for finance, economics and commerce courses and is essential for some courses VET/TAFE minimum entrance requirements: completed Certificate IV + + Credit may be available, please refer to credit calculator: ua.edu.au/credit-calculator Why study the Bachelor of Commerce? The Bachelor of Commerce degree is in demand and one that is highly valued by employers. The academic program provides students with more than a vocational degree with technical business skills: it develops analytical and decision-making skills to prepare students for future leadership roles. It is a flexible business degree providing specialisations in the specific career areas of accounting, corporate finance, international business, management and marketing. Students develop critical thinking and communication skills and this enables graduates to deal effectively with the continuous change in business environments. Program structure All students commence in the Bachelor of Commerce and complete the first year of the program before choosing to specialise. The first year provides students with the foundation necessary for a commerce graduate and includes core courses in accounting, economics and business data analysis. In the second and third years, students choose courses from the specialisations listed. Students may also choose electives in commercial law and a wide range of subject areas offered by other faculties. Accounting: this specialisation is designed for students who wish to gain professional accounting qualifications. Corporate finance: students in this specialisation gain finance and business skills and knowledge. Corporate finance focuses on the way financial managers make investment and financing decisions and use financial instruments and capital markets to enhance returns and manage risk. International business: this specialisation is designed for students who wish to pursue a career in international business management. Students develop a broad foundation of business knowledge and undertake specialised studies in international management and international marketing. In addition, students complete either one semester of study abroad, study a foreign language or undertake international cultural studies. Management: this specialisation introduces students to organisations as systems. The program will help students develop the necessary skills and knowledge to administer and coordinate an organisation s resources in ways that enable it to achieve its strategic goals within a systems framework. In the first year of the degree, students gain the background necessary for a career in business. Core courses include accounting, economics and business statistics, and an introduction to organisations and management. In subsequent years, the focus is on developing the technical, human and social skills required for business management. Marketing: this specialisation is designed to provide students with a sound background in business, together with an understanding of marketing s role within and between organisations. The degree integrates the development of practical skills and acquisition of knowledge, with a strong emphasis on understanding current marketing theories and the latest marketing research practices. In addition to developing an understanding of marketing theory, students will prepare marketing reports, marketing plans and diagnostic case studies, and analyse advertising across a range of media. Areas of specialisation All Commerce students are admitted to the Bachelor of Commerce program and may choose to graduate with one of the Commerce degrees listed. > > B Commerce (Accounting) > > B Commerce (Corporate Finance) > > B Commerce (International Business) > > B Commerce (Management) > > B Commerce (Marketing) Potential careers Students who specialise in accounting may join the accounting profession in all areas of commerce and industry. Admission to CPA Australia and the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia (ICAA) requires the completion of an accredited degree, practical experience and courses of study organised by the professional accounting associations. A Bachelor of Commerce is recognised as a fully accredited degree by both professional bodies. Career prospects are available in specialised fields such as tax, audit, management accounting, computerised accounting and finance. Students who specialise in international business, management, or marketing can look forward to careers in the international business, public, not-for-profit and government sectors. Career opportunities can include business consultants, international trade analysts, managers, administrators and marketing professionals. 6 Business, Economics and Innovation

9 Professional accreditation The University s business programs have been awarded a five-year international accreditation from the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) AACSB accreditation is the hallmark of excellence in business education and has been earned by less than 5% of the world s business schools. This means the University of Adelaide s business degrees are recognised internationally for their high quality. Accounting: upon completion of the Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting) students will be eligible to apply for associate membership of either the Chartered Accountants program (Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia) or the Certified Practicing Accountants program (CPA Australia). To achieve full professional membership both bodies require an additional program of study and a stipulated length of work experience. Corporate Finance: graduates are entitled to affiliate membership of The Financial Services Institute of Australia (Finsia). Some Corporate Finance courses cover material relevant for entry to the Chartered Financial Analysts Institute. International Business: completion of appropriate courses within this program leads to membership of professional associations such as the Australian Institute of Management (AIM), the Australian Human Resources Institute (AHRI) and the Australian Marketing Institute (AMI). Management: completion of this academic plan leads to membership of professional associations such as the Australian Institute of Management (AIM) and the Australian Human Resources Institute (AHRI). Marketing: completion of this academic plan enables students to gain credit towards Certified Professional Marketer (CPM) status awarded by the Australian Marketing Institute (AMI). Honours Students who are completing the Bachelor of Commerce may apply for entry to an honours degree, specialising in any of the areas of study supervised by the school. Honours is an intensive program that requires an extra year of full-time study and leads to the award of a second degree, Honours degree of Bachelor of Commerce. Over the coming years, the University will offer new pathways to further study, tailored specifically to student needs: > > A new master s pathway to further research study and a research career. > > An honours pathway focused on future professional employment. Indicative study plan Core courses Pathway courses Accounting Corporate Finance International Business Management Marketing Level 1 Accounting for Decision Makers I Principles of Macroeconomics I Principles of Microeconomics I Business and Economic Statistics I Accounting Information Systems I Accounting Method I Commercial Law I Plus three level I electives International Financial Institutions and Markets I Plus three level I electives International Financial Institutions and Markets I Commercial Law I Introduction to Management I Introduction to Marketing I Introduction to Management I Plus three level I electives Introduction to Marketing I Plus three level I electives Level 2 Commerce courses > > Two Level 1 or 2 electives > > Two Level 2 electives Financial Accounting II Commercial Law II Management Accounting II Business Finance II Business Finance II Business Valuation II Intermediate Econometrics II Financial Institutions Management II International Business II International Trade and Investment Policy II Two level II Commerce courses Organisational Behaviour II Organisational Dynamics II Two level II Commerce courses Consumer Behaviour II Three level II Commerce courses Level 3 Commerce courses > > Four Level 3 electives Accounting Theory III Corporate Accounting III Plus two level 3 Accounting courses Corporate Investment and Strategy III Corporate Finance Theory III Portfolio Theory and Management III Options, Futures and Risk Management II International Management III Corporate Responsibility for Global Business III International Marketing III Legal Aspects of International Business III Managing Conflict and Change III Plus three level 3 Management courses Market Strategy and Project III Market Research III Plus two level 3 Marketing courses Double degrees Combined and double degree programs provide students with the flexibility to combine two areas of study concurrently. Bachelor of Laws with Bachelor of Commerce commerce + laws SATAC code: Duration: 5 years full-time (or part-time equivalent) 2015 local cut-offs: ATAR: 95 IB: international cut offs: ATAR: 85 IB: 30 Assumed knowledge: Knowledge of mathematics is helpful for finance, economics and commerce courses and is essential for some courses Students may apply to undertake the Bachelor of Laws degree concurrently with the Bachelor of Commerce degree. This double degree option ensures perspectives from other disciplines are incorporated, and that studies in law are seen in the wider social context. Completion of a double degree program enables graduates to pursue specialist career opportunities offered beyond the law. Students already enrolled in the Bachelor of Commerce degree may also apply for entry to the Bachelor of Laws towards the end of their first year of full-time study. If accepted, students begin in their second year and may, with appropriate selection of courses, complete the two programs in the same time frame. For further information visit: or the Law undergraduate program guide. Business, Economics and Innovation 7

10 Bachelor of Finance finance SATAC code: Duration: 3 years full-time (or part-time equivalent) 2015 local cut-offs: ATAR: 65.3 IB: international cut offs: ATAR: 75 IB: 25 Assumed knowledge: Knowledge of mathematics is good background for finance, mathematics and commerce courses, SACE Stage 2 Mathematical Studies are essential for certain electives within these programs. VET/TAFE minimum entrance requirements: completed Certificate IV + + Credit may be available, please refer to credit calculator: ua.edu.au/credit-calculator Why study the Bachelor of Finance? The Bachelor of Finance degree introduces students to the global and institutional aspects of the world s financial systems. There is a broad coverage of the specialised financial institutions, their asset classes, and the markets in which the different assets are traded. Areas of study include financial markets, valuation issues, international trade and finance, financial modelling and financial management. Students admitted to the Bachelor of Finance may choose to graduate with one of the following degrees: > > Bachelor of Finance > > Bachelor of Finance (International) The Bachelor of Finance program comprises a range of courses in finance, economics, mathematics and statistics. Students may choose a particular area of specialisation during their second and third years or continue with a more general approach. Program structure All students commence in the Bachelor of Finance program and after completing first year can choose to specialise in international finance. A common first year comprised of courses in finance, economics, mathematics, statistics and accounting is followed by the choice of pathway best suited to the interests of the student. Students must complete core finance courses, which include International Financial Institutions and Markets at level 1; Business Finance and Financial Economics at level 2; and Portfolio Theory and Management at level 3. Some of the courses offered provide opportunities for gaining affiliate membership to the Financial Services Institute of Australia (Finsia), as well as covering material relevant for entry to the Chartered Financial Analysts and Financial Planning Association. The flexibility of the degree allows students to choose electives across all levels in a wide range of subject areas offered by other faculties. Applicants seeking entry into the Bachelor of Finance or the International specialisation use the SATAC code Bachelor of Finance (International): this specialisation is ideal for students wishing to focus on the interaction of economics and finance at an international level. Finance courses include Money, Banking and Financial Markets, and International Finance, which cover areas such as the mechanics and operation of foreign exchange, debt and equity markets, as well as providing coverage of important monetary and financial issues and developments in the world economy. This finance pathway is for those interested in trading international financial instruments and providing financial and monetary advice to multinational companies and government, along with working in both merchant and retail banks. Areas of specialisation For those wishing to focus on the interaction of economics and finance, choices could include financial economics, international trade and finance and financial econometrics. Students with commercial aspirations undertake courses in corporate finance, futures and risk management, portfolio theory and management, and investment analysis and valuation. All eligible students are admitted to the Bachelor of Finance program but may choose to follow the Bachelor of Finance (International) stream. Potential careers Finance graduates will be in a strong position to gain employment with private and public companies anywhere in the world, and also in many government departments. They may be employed by trading and merchant banks, investment firms, consulting specialists, private and public corporations and local and national government agencies. Openings for graduates are in treasury and risk management, stockbroking, fund and portfolio management, international trade and derivatives trading and pricing. Professional accreditation The University s business programs have been awarded a five-year international accreditation from the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) AACSB accreditation is the hallmark of excellence in business education and has been earned by less than 5% of the world s business schools. This means the University of Adelaide s Business Degrees are recognised internationally for their high quality. Graduates of the Finance degree are entitled to affiliate membership of the nationally-recognised Financial Services Institute of Australia (Finsia). Full membership of Finsia requires completion of the Institute s Graduate Diploma in Applied Finance and Investment, progress towards which is greatly facilitated by completion of this degree. By undertaking specific courses, graduates can also obtain partial compliance with the Australian Securities and Investments Commission RG146 (tier 1 Compliance), in the areas of generic knowledge derivatives and securities. Honours Students who are completing the Bachelor of Finance may apply for entry to an honours degree, specialising in any of the areas of study supervised by the school. Honours is an intensive program that requires an extra year of full-time study and leads to the award of a second degree, Honours degree of Bachelor of Finance. Over the coming years, the University will offer new pathways to further study, tailored specifically to student needs: > > A new master s pathway to further research study and a research career. > > An honours pathway focused on future professional employment. Study plans Students may select elective courses offered in the fields of economics, commerce, humanities and social sciences, mathematics, computer science and science. Subject to quote restrictions, finance students may take courses offered by the Business School, leading to professional accounting qualifications. This does not apply where the Bachelor of Finance is taken as part of a double degree. Indicative study plan Level 1 > > Accounting for Decision Makers I > > Principles of Microeconomics I > > Principles of Macroeconomics I > > International Financial Institutions and Markets I > > Business and Economics Statistics I or Statistical Practice I > > Introduction to Financial Mathematics I > > Applications of Quantitative Methods in Finance I or Mathematics IA/IM or Mathematics IA/IB > > Plus one level 1 elective Level 2 > > Business Finance II > > Financial Institutions Management II > > Intermediate Econometrics II > > Business Valuation II or Financial Economics II > > Plus four level 2 electives Level 3 > > Portfolio Theory and Management III > > Financial Modelling: Tools and Techniques III and/or Options, Futures and Risk Management III > > Plus additional level III Finance courses. Plus four level 3 electives 8 Business, Economics and Innovation

11 Double degrees Bachelor of Economics with Bachelor of Finance economics + finance Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Chemical, Civil and Environmental, Civil and Structural, Electrical and Electronic+, Mechanical, with Bachelor of Finance SATAC code: engineering + finance Duration: 4 years full-time (or part-time equivalent) 2015 local cut-offs: ATAR: 66.2 IB: international cut offs: ATAR: 75 IB: 25 Assumed knowledge: Knowledge of mathematics is helpful for finance, economics and commerce courses and is essential for some courses VET/TAFE minimum entrance requirements: completed Certificate IV+ + Credit may be available, please refer to credit calculator: ua.edu.au/credit-calculator The combined program of economics and finance integrates the benefits of the more general economics program with the specialisation of finance. By appropriate selection of courses, it is possible to complete both programs within four years of full-time study. Students who complete this double degree graduate with two parchments and are very well placed in the employment market. Bachelor of Laws with Bachelor of Finance laws + finance SATAC code: Duration: 5 years full-time (or part-time equivalent) 2015 local cut-offs: ATAR: 95 IB: international cut offs: ATAR: 85 IB: 30 Assumed knowledge: Knowledge of mathematics is helpful for finance, economics and commerce courses and is essential for some courses SATAC code: Various please refer to Duration: 5 years full-time (or part-time equivalent) Adelaide Approved score: local cut-offs: ATAR/IB various - please refer to 2016 international cut offs: ATAR: 80 IB: 27 Prerequisites and assumed knowledge: Various please refer to * * VET/TAFE minimum entry requirements: completed Certificate IV* + *SACE Stage 2 prerequisites or equivalents must be met +Credit may be available, please refer to credit calculator: ua.edu.au/credit-calculator Through this double degree program, graduates can combine the concepts of engineering with finance, enabling them to meet the challenge of some exciting careers. Engineering encompasses a broad range of fields concerned with leadingedge technologies across many applications and environments. With specialist skills in mathematics and sciences, engineers design and develop structures, systems, devices, machines, materials and processes to find solutions and improvements to real world problems. The double degree with the Bachelor of Finance is available in the engineering disciplines of chemical, civil and environmental, civil and structural, electrical and electronic or mechanical. The double degree program combines the concepts of the chosen engineering specialisation with broad coverage of the global and institutional aspects of our financial systems. Bachelor of Finance with Bachelor of Mathematical and Computer Sciences mathematical + finance Students may apply to undertake the Bachelor of Laws degree concurrently with the Bachelor of Finance degree. This double degree option ensures perspectives from other disciplines are included in the study experience and that the law is examined in the wider social context. Completion of a double degree program enables graduates to take up specialist career opportunities offered beyond the law. Students already enrolled in the Bachelor of Finance degree may also apply for entry to the Bachelor of Laws towards the end of their first year of full-time study. If accepted, they begin in second year and may, with appropriate selection of courses, complete the two programs in the same time frame. SATAC code: Duration: 4 years full-time (or part-time equivalent) 2015 local cut-offs: ATAR: 74.5 IB: international cut offs: ATAR: 75 IB: 25 Prerequisite: SACE Stage 2 Mathematical Studies * * VET/TAFE minimum entrance requirements: completed Certificate IV + *SACE Stage 2 prerequisites or equivalents must be met + Credit may be available, please refer to credit calculator: ua.edu.au/credit-calculator With a need to model and control uncertainty in financial markets and financial arrangements, finance is a new and important area of application for mathematics. Graduates who have successfully completed the Bachelor of Mathematical and Computer Sciences with the Bachelor of Finance are equipped with a solid grounding in mathematical modelling, statistics and computing for careers in finance, mathematics and computing, or research. Business, Economics and Innovation 9

12 Economics Scholarships John Creswell Scholarship for the Bachelor of Economics This scholarship has been established by the Royal Agricultural and Horticultural Society of South Australia, the South Australian Cricket Association and the Council of the University in memory of the late John Creswell. One scholarship valued at $3,000 for one year will be available to a commencing student enrolled in the single degree Bachelor of Economics program at the University of Adelaide. The scholarship is open to students who are Australian citizens or permanent residents of Australia who are undertaking study on a full-time basis as a Commonwealth Supported student. For further information please visit: Bachelor of Economics economics SATAC code: Duration: 3 years full-time (or part-time equivalent) 2015 local cut-offs: ATAR: IB: international cut offs: ATAR: 75 IB: 25 Assumed knowledge: Knowledge of mathematics is helpful for finance, economics and commerce courses and is essential for some courses VET/TAFE minimum entrance requirements: completed Certificate IV + + Credit may be available, please refer to credit calculator: ua.edu.au/credit-calculator Why study the Bachelor of Economics? Economics puts the pieces together. It studies the interaction of the decision-making of households, businesses and the whole of society. It examines how we respond to incentives (the things that influence decision making) and how our conflicting choices are reconciled. Economics contributes to our understanding of policy design and business strategy. Economics provides the big picture. The courses available within the Bachelor of Economics will allow you to understand just how the economy works, and will provide you with training that will help you shape its future. You will study microeconomics (microeconomic issues include the management of the environment and depleting natural resources) and macroeconomics (this relates to the growth and stability of the whole economic system) as well as econometrics (the maths and statistics of economics) and a range of other topics. Economists often describe economics as a way of thinking. Studying Economics at the University of Adelaide will develop your capacity to break down issues into questions which can be resolved, guide you in the collection of data and information, and introduce you to techniques for managing that data. These are skills critical to many careers, and very important to good decision-making in government and business. The teaching program also stresses the value of working in teams and developing your skills in communication, both oral and written. Program structure The Bachelor of Economics program includes compulsory courses designed to give you a solid understanding of economics, plus a selection of optional courses. The compulsory courses make up half the program and include economic principles, applied economics and econometrics. The other half of the program consists of optional or elective courses. You can choose from further economics courses (for example international economics, international trade, environmental economics, industrial organisation, development economics, thinking strategically) or courses from other disciplines including finance, international studies, management, politics, marketing, geography, history, languages, mathematics, or computer science. Subject to quota restrictions Economics students may take courses offered by the Business School, leading to professional accounting qualifications. Doing the Bachelor of Economics will give you the opportunity to pursue one or more areas of interest outside of economics. The optional Honours (fourth) year involves the writing of a research report or thesis together with advanced coursework in macroeconomics, microeconomics and econometrics. Areas of specialisation The Bachelor of Economics program gives you the flexibility to specialise in an area of economics, for example focusing on international economics or environmental economics. In addition, because only about half of the Bachelor of Economics is made up of compulsory courses, it is possible to enhance that economics specialisation by taking courses with the same focus but from other disciplines (e.g. from politics or environmental studies) or you can focus on something different, such as philosophy or accounting. The Bachelor of Economics with a focus on accounting is accredited by the two major Australian professional accounting bodies: CPA Australia and the Chartered Accountants in Australia (ICAA). Potential careers This program provides a great foundation for a wide range of careers. Recent graduates have been employed by trading and merchant banks, stockbrokers, insurance companies, accounting firms, financial planners, infrastructure and utility companies, manufacturers and distributors and a wide range of federal and state government organisations. Other employment opportunities include journalism, teaching, foreign affairs and international consulting. Completion of an Honours degree opens up more options for specialist positions in economics, including in government and business. 10 Business, Economics and Innovation

13 Indicative study plan > > Principles of Microeconomics I > > Principles of Macroeconomics I > > Business and Economic Statistics I > > Intro to Mathematical Economics (Basic) I or Intro to Mathematical Economics (Advanced) I Level 1 or approved Economics Level I mathematics course* Plus four Level 1 electives chosen from: > > International Financial Institutions and Markets I > > Australia in the Global Economy I or courses from other disciplines offered within the University > > Intermediate Microeconomics A II > > Intermediate Macroeconomics II > > Intermediate Econometrics II or Intermediate Mathematical Economics II Plus one Level 2 elective chosen from the following Economics courses: Level 2 > > International Trade and Investment Policy II > > East Asian Economies II > > Financial Economics II > > Thinking Strategically II Plus four Level 2 electives from the Economics courses or from other disciplines within the University. Honours Students who are completing the Bachelor of Economics may apply for entry to an honours degree, specialising in any of the areas of study supervised by the school. Honours is an intensive program that requires an extra year of full-time study and leads to the award of a second degree, the Honours degree of Bachelor of Economics. Over the coming years, the University will offer new pathways to further study, tailored specifically to student needs: > > A new master s pathway to further research study and a research career. > > An honours pathway focused on future professional employment. Level 3 Four Economics Level 3 courses, including International Economic History III Plus four Level 3 electives from the Economics courses or from other disciplines within the University. I commenced my Bachelor of Commerce (Corporate Finance) at the University of Adelaide in 2008 and graduated in In mid-2009 I applied to Maasrricht University (the Netherlands) for an exchange, studying there for eight months before returning to Adelaide. After completing another semester in Adelaide, I decided to return to Europe mid-2010 to study at Bocconi University (Milan, Italy) for a further 12 months. In my final semester of university, I was a successful applicant to ANZ s graduate program based in Melbourne. I have spent time in the Markets division and am currently working in the Client Insights and Solutions Team (International and Institutional Banking). Adam Caretti Bachelor of Commerce (Corporate Finance), Bachelor of Innovation and Entrepreneurship

14 Bachelor of Economics (Advanced) economics SATAC code: Duration: 3 years full-time (or part-time equivalent) 2015 local cut-offs: ATAR: 95.2 IB: international cut offs: ATAR: 95 IB: 34 Assumed knowledge: Knowledge of mathematics is helpful for finance, economics and commerce courses and is essential for some courses Additional entry requirements: Year 12 applicants must obtain an Australian Tertiary Admissions Rank (ATAR) of 95 or higher (or equivalent). Why study the Bachelor of Economics (Advanced)? The Bachelor of Economics (Advanced) is a new program designed for high-achieving students who are seeking a uniquely structured, specialised Economics degree with a strong emphasis on research and advanced economic analysis skills. This degree is for you if you want to obtain a deep understanding of how economic and social outcomes depend on institutions, economic policy and endowments (such as resources and skills) and you intend to become a leader in business, policy or research. The degree features small-group work and special activities and events with distinguished visitors. You will be given a personal mentor from the research staff of the School of Economics. This will allow you to interact with and learn from eminent researchers in the School, notable economists from abroad and high-ranking economists practising in the private and public sector. The degree also contains three courses unique to the B.Ec (Advanced). These will help equip you with knowledge and research skills required for high-level jobs in the private or public sector as well as for further study in economics. (Note that students in other University of Adelaide undergraduate degrees may apply to transfer into the B.Ec (Advanced) after successful completion of at least 12 units and no more than 36 units of study for the other degree if the student has a GPA of above 5 and has taken at least some of the required courses for the B.Ec (Advanced).) Program structure The Bachelor of Economics (Advanced) program contains compulsory courses designed to give you a highly developed understanding of economics and advanced research skills. The compulsory courses include the three program-specific advanced courses; Advanced Economic Analysis I, II and III. They cover the central areas of economics and complement the standard core courses in microeconomics (how consumers and firms behave and how markets work), macroeconomics (the growth and stability of the whole economic system) and econometrics (the statistical tools for economic data analysis). The compulsory courses make up approximately half the degree. Like the conventional Bachelor of Economics, the remaining components of the program consist of optional or elective courses chosen from a large pool of courses from Economics or other areas. Unlike the conventional Bachelor of Economics, students in the Advanced degree can also obtain majors in Finance, Social Sciences or Politics and International Studies. In addition, study plans for studying for the Bachelor of Economics (Advanced) concurrently with other degrees (e.g. Law or Engineering) are available. To remain in this highly competitive program, you must maintain a high Grade Point Average (GPA) throughout your candidature. Similarly, if you attain a predetermined GPA you will automatically be eligible for a place in the Honours degree of Bachelor of Economics program upon completion of the Bachelor of Economics (Advanced). The optional Honours (fourth) year involves the writing of a research report or thesis together with advanced coursework in macroeconomics, microeconomics and econometrics. Areas of specialisation Unlike the conventional Bachelor of Economics, students in the Advanced degree can also obtain a major in Finance, Social Sciences or Politics and International Studies. In addition, study plans for studying for the Bachelor of Economics (Advanced) concurrently with other degrees (e.g. Law or Engineering) are available. If you do not wish to have a formal major in any of the three areas above, you still have the flexibility to specialise in another area of economics, for example focusing on environmental economics. You could also enhance that economics specialisation by taking courses with the same focus but from other disciplines (e.g. from environmental studies). Potential careers Completing the Bachelor of Economics (Advanced) is likely to enhance your career opportunities because employers will note the high academic merit standards incorporated in this program (both the entrance requirements and the high GPA needed to remain in the program) and the training in economic analysis and research and outstanding performance of its graduates. The Bachelor of Economics (Advanced) provides a springboard into leadership positions involving research, policy making and consultancy and is an excellent pathway (via Honours) to PhD study which may facilitate a career in academia. Honours Students who are completing the Bachelor of Economics (Advanced) may apply for entry to an honours degree, specialising in any of the areas of study supervised by the school. Honours is an intensive program that requires an extra year of fulltime study and leads to the award of a second degree, Honours degree of Bachelor of Economics Over the coming years, the University will offer new pathways to further study, tailored specifically to student needs: > > A new master s pathway to further research study and a research career. > > An honours pathway focused on future professional employment. Indicative study plan Level 1 > > Principles of Microeconomics I > > Principles of Macroeconomics I > > Advanced Economic Analysis I > > Introduction to Mathematical Economics (Advanced) I Plus four Level 1 electives chosen from: > > International Financial Institutions and Markets I > > Australia in the Global Economy I or courses from other disciplines offered within the University Level 2 > > Intermediate Microeconomics A II > > Intermediate Macroeconomics II > > Intermediate Econometrics II > > Intermediate Mathematical Economics II > > Advanced Economic Analysis II Plus three Level 2 electives chosen from: > > International Trade and Investment Policy II > > Thinking Strategically II > > East Asian Economies II > > Financial Economics II or courses from other disciplines offered within the University Level 3 > > International Economic History III > > Advanced Mathematical Economics III > > Econometrics III > > Advanced Economic Analysis III Plus four Level 3 electives from: > > Resource and Environmental Economics III > > Development Economics III > > Game Theory III > > International Trade III > > Industrial Organisation III > > Public Economics III > > International Finance III > > Money, Banking and Financial Markets III > > Managerial Economics III > > Sports Economics III > > Business and Economics International Study Tour or courses from other disciplines offered within the University *Students who have not completed year 12 Mathematics or equivalent must also take Introduction to Mathematical Economics (Basic) I as one of their courses concurrently with Principles of Microeconomics I in semester 1 of their first year of study. Students who have completed year 12 Mathematics or equivalent must enrol in Introduction to Mathematical Economics (Advanced) I or another approved Economics level I mathematics course. 12 Business, Economics and Innovation

15 Double degrees Bachelor of Arts with Bachelor of Economics Bachelor of International Studies with Bachelor of Economics Bachelor of Teaching with Bachelor of Economics economics + arts economics + international studies economics + teaching SATAC code: Duration: 4 years full-time (or part-time equivalent) 2015 local cut-offs: ATAR: IB: international cut offs: ATAR: 70 IB: 25 Assumed knowledge: Knowledge of mathematics is helpful for finance, economics and commerce courses and is essential for some courses VET/TAFE minimum entrance requirements: completed Certificate IV + + Credit may be available, please refer to credit calculator: ua.edu.au/credit-calculator Students of this double degree acquire a strong knowledge of how the economy works and learn the skills to make change, while developing an understanding of one of the many disciplines of study in the Bachelor of Arts. Bachelor of Economics with Bachelor of Finance economics + finance SATAC code: Duration: 4 years full-time (or part-time equivalent) 2015 local cut-offs: ATAR: 66.2 IB: international cut offs: ATAR: 75 IB: 25 Assumed knowledge: Knowledge of mathematics is helpful for finance, economics and commerce courses and is essential for some courses VET/TAFE minimum entrance requirements: completed Certificate IV + + Credit may be available, please refer to credit calculator: ua.edu.au/credit-calculator The combined program of economics and finance integrates the benefits of the more general economics program with the specialisation of finance. By appropriate selection of courses it is possible to complete both programs within four years of full-time study. Students who complete this program are well placed in the employment market. SATAC code: Duration: 4 years full-time (or part-time equivalent) 2015 local cut-offs: ATAR: IB: international cut offs: ATAR: 75 IB: 25 Assumed knowledge: Knowledge of mathematics is helpful for finance, economics and commerce courses and is essential for some courses VET/TAFE minimum entrance requirements: completed Certificate IV + + Credit may be available, please refer to credit calculator: ua.edu.au/credit-calculator This double degree program provides students with a contemporary and historic understanding of international relations from a political and social perspective while gaining a strong understanding of the economy. By completing this double degree students will further their knowledge in their chosen field, acquire skills in diverse areas and provide an additional dimension to their employment prospects. Through careful selection of courses, both degrees can be completed in four years. Bachelor of Laws with Bachelor of Economics economics + laws SATAC code: Duration: 5 years full-time (or part-time equivalent) 2015 local cut-offs: ATAR: 95 IB: international cut offs: ATAR: 85 IB: 30 Assumed knowledge: Knowledge of mathematics is helpful for finance, economics and commerce courses and is essential for some courses Students may apply to undertake the Bachelor of Laws degree concurrently with the Bachelor of Economics degree. This option ensures perspectives from other disciplines are included in the study experience and that the law is seen in the wider social context. SATAC code: Duration: 4 years full-time (or part-time equivalent) 2015 local cut-offs: ATAR: IB: international cut offs: ATAR: 75 IB: 25 Assumed knowledge: Knowledge of mathematics is helpful for finance, economics and commerce courses and is essential for some courses The Bachelor of Teaching degree prepares students for teaching in senior secondary schools. It is also suitable for students intending to work with adult learners. The program is offered as a double degree only and is designed for students who are beginning tertiary study. The primary focus in the first three years of the degree is on completing a major sequence in two different subject areas that are usually taught at senior secondary level. A major sequence consists of courses taken over three consecutive years of study. Six semesters of study in a subject area is the general requirement for teaching a subject up to year 12 level. The major subject sequences are taken as part of the Bachelor of Economics program in the subject areas of the students choice. In each of these years students also take courses focusing on educational issues and practice. The first and third year education courses include observation and experience in school contexts. The final year is taken up entirely with education studies, organised around two five-week periods of teaching practice in secondary schools. Business, Economics and Innovation 13

16 Innovation and Entrepreneurship Bachelor of Innovation and Entrepreneurship economics SATAC code: Duration: 3 years full-time (or part-time equivalent) 2015 local cut-offs: ATAR: IB: international cut offs: ATAR: 70 IB: 25 VET/TAFE minimum entrance requirements: completed Certificate IV + + Credit may be available, please refer to credit calculator: ua.edu.au/credit-calculator Why study the Bachelor of Innovation and Entrepreneurship? The Bachelor of Innovation and Entrepreneurship investigates entrepreneurship and the role innovation plays in creating new ventures, such as establishing large corporations, small businesses and not-forprofit or community organisations. The Bachelor of Innovation and Entrepreneurship is a multi-disciplinary program that appeals to people from all backgrounds. Entrepreneurship and innovation can be applied to diverse areas such as business, information technology, science, engineering, the performing and creative arts, hospitality, fashion, digital media and the non-profit sector. The program is designed to provide students with an understanding of the processes, risks, rewards, motivations and societal impacts of innovation and entrepreneurship within regional, national and global perspectives. It aims to develop and inspire individuals interested in creating innovative futures that influence markets, economies and communities. Students explore what entrepreneurship and innovation is. This includes topics such as: > > How innovation relates to entrepreneurial activity > > Who entrepreneurs are and what they do > > The entrepreneurial process, its history and types. And outcomes: > > the commercialisation of technology > > the role of creative thinking in entrepreneurship and innovation in enterprise > > the development of innovative strategies and financing of new ventures > > how to identify and assess entrepreneurial opportunities. Due to the multidisciplinary nature of the degree, the Bachelor of Innovation and Entrepreneurship can complement degrees from many subject areas. An example might be a Bachelor of Computer Science, whereby a student wishes to add an understanding of innovation, commercialisation and entrepreneurship to formal skills in software development. Program structure The Bachelor of Innovation and Entrepreneurship program is a 72-unit program. This program is designed so that students who hold an Advanced Diploma through TAFE, a recognised Polytechnic college, or equivalent, may receive advanced standing to the value of 36 units - the equivalent of 1.5 years of full-time study. Students who hold a qualification at the Diploma level may receive advanced standing of 24 units - the equivalent of one year full-time study. All students, even those that have received advanced standing, will undertake foundation courses in Entrepreneurship and Innovation. Students will then undertake a core component of courses including Opportunity Assessment, Innovation and Creativity and Applied Entrepreneurship. If you are a school leaver and you wish to enrol into the Bachelor of Innovation and Entrepreneurship you will have a great level of flexibility to choose your own electives throughout your degree, depending on your passion. For example you may wish to start your own business within the IT industry, so you can choose electives in this field to give you knowledge and skills in that particular area. Course attendance is compacted into intensive sessions designed to fit around busy work and family schedules. Students typically attend a three-day opening intensive and a three-day closing intensive per course. Additionally, students complete assessment items between opening and closing intensive sessions, and in some cases an exam. Students will also complete an extended project at the end of the degree, which provides the opportunity to work on a real business enterprise with support, input and guidance from academics with extensive practical experience. Sample study plans for students with and without advanced standing can be found below. Areas of specialisation As Entrepreneurship and Innovation is a broad subject area that can be applied across many different industries and occupations, students can use their own chosen field or interest and apply this to their assignments and class discussions. Students can also select electives in their area of interest. For example, if you enter this degree with a science background, or an interest in science, you may like to focus your assignments in this area. Potential careers Graduates may be interested in starting up their own businesses or advising those who do. Graduates may find employment opportunities in innovative or entrepreneurial positions in a wide range of leadership and support roles within existing enterprises, both large and small, or managing new ventures within large organisations. Professional accreditation The University of Adelaide has been awarded international accreditation for its Business and Innovation and Entrepreneurship programs from the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) International. Further study Opportunities exist for students to continue into postgraduate study in areas including innovation and entrepreneurship and project management. Indicative study plan Students who hold an Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) advanced diploma or diploma from a recognised institution, Polytechnic in Singapore or equivalent may be eligible to receive advanced standing of equivalent to one to 1.5 years of study. Students are advised to contact the program director in the Entrepreneurship, Commercialisation and Innovation Centre for guidance on selecting elective courses for the first year. Level 1 Students undertaking Level 1, with no advanced standing, are required to successfully complete 18 units of elective courses offered by the University of Adelaide that are available to them. In Year 1, it is also recommended that students undertake Foundations of Entrepreneurship and Opportunity Assessment. Level 2 > > Entrepreneurial Strategy and Resourcing > > New Venture Finance > > New Venture Marketing > > Project Management for New Ventures > > Two level one electives Two level two electives Level 3 > > Applied Entrepreneurship > > Ethics and Cultural Aspects of Entrepreneurship > > Innovation and Creativity > > New Venture Planning > > Technology Commercialisation > > Legal Aspects of Entrepreneurship > > Project in Entrepreneurship 14 Business, Economics and Innovation

17 Further information Scholarships Scholarships available include: The Noel Fairweather Scholarship The Noel Fairweather Scholarship was established to honour the memory of the late Noel Fairweather for his love of youth and his knowledge of the hardships that rural students face when pursuing their academic career away from home. The scholarship is now valued at $2000 and is for students living in rural areas who are completing their secondary education. It is hoped the Noel Fairweather Memorial Trust will assist young people establishing themselves in a new environment as they begin their tertiary studies. This scholarship is only available to South Australian students residing in rural areas. Applicants need to be finishing their secondary schooling and intending to travel away from home to pursue further education. The scholarship is not necessarily awarded for academic brilliance but is aimed at helping those who might otherwise not be able to pursue further education without some financial help. Applications can be directed to: The Freemasons Foundation, 262 Grange Road, Flinders Park SA For further information telephone (08) or visit: news/noel-fairweather-scholarship Vietnam Veterans Association of South Australia Daryl Knapp Scholarship Donated by the Vietnam Veterans Association of South Australia, this scholarship is for children and grandchildren of a Vietnam veteran and must be permanently resident in South Australia. It is for $4000 and continues for up to three years. For more information, visit: OurScholarships/RegionalScholarships.aspx These scholarships are just a small sample of the scholarships available to University of Adelaide students. For more information, visit: For external scholarships for commencing students, visit: To read about other scholarships, visit: scholarships/external-scholarships/ Student study commitment To successfully complete courses, students will need to allocate an appropriate time commitment to their study. In addition to the formal contact the time required for each course (e.g. lectures, tutorials, practicals) students will need to allocate non-contact time. Non-contact time will be required for a range of activities, which may include, but are not limited to: assessment tasks, reading, researching, note-taking, revising, writing, consulting with staff, and informal discussion with other students. While the relative proportion of contact and non-contact time may vary from course to course, as a guide, a full-time student would expect to spend, on average, a total of 48 hours per week on their studies during teaching periods. This equates to 12 hours per week for a 3-unit course. The full-time workload for undergraduate programs is 24 units per year. Group of Eight The University of Adelaide is a member of the Group of Eight (Go8), a coalition of Australia s leading research intensive universities. Group of Eight universities provide opportunities for all students to benefit from a worldclass education, while enhancing Australia s wellbeing and prosperity, responding to local and global challenges, and contributing to the global knowledge economy through their teaching and research activities. Open Day Sunday 16 August 2015 Open Day offers important information for future students and parents, as well as entertainment, tours and exhibitions for the whole family. Everyone is invited to discuss study and career options with the University s friendly staff and explore the University campus. For more information visit the Open Day website or call Ask Adelaide.

18 Undergraduate program index Undergraduate degrees available at the University of Adelaide. Students with strong interests in more than one area of study may wish to consider a double or combined degree. For a comprehensive list of available programs, visit our degree finder at Architecture, Landscape Architecture and Urban Design Bachelor of Architectural Design Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Arts (Advanced) Bachelor of Development Studies Bachelor of Environmental Policy and Management Bachelor of International Studies Bachelor of Languages Bachelor of Media Bachelor of Social Sciences Diploma in Languages Business, Economics and Innovation Bachelor of Commerce Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting) Bachelor of Commerce (Corporate Finance) Bachelor of Commerce (International Business) Bachelor of Commerce (Management) Bachelor of Commerce (Marketing) Bachelor of Economics Bachelor of Economics (Advanced) Bachelor of Finance Bachelor of Finance (International) Bachelor of Innovation and Entrepreneurship Dentistry and Oral Health Bachelor of Dental Surgery Bachelor of Oral Health Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences Bachelor of Computer Science Bachelor of Computer Science (Advanced) Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Chemical) Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Chemical and Pharmaceutical) Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Civil and Architectural) Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Civil and Environmental) Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Civil and Structural) Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Civil, Structural and Environmental) Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Electrical and Electronic) Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Mechanical) Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Mechanical and Aerospace) Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Mechanical and Sports) Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Mechanical and Sustainable Energy) Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Mechatronic) Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Mining) Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Petroleum) Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Petroleum and Chemical) Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Petroleum, Civil and Structural) Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Petroleum and Mechanical) Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Petroleum and Mining) Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Software) Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) Flexible Entry Bachelor of Mathematical Sciences Bachelor of Mathematical Sciences (Advanced) Bachelor of Mathematical and Computer Sciences Health Sciences Bachelor of Health Sciences Bachelor of Health Sciences (Advanced) Law Bachelor of Laws Bachelor of Laws and Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice Law double degrees Bachelor of Laws with Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Laws with Bachelor of Commerce Bachelor of Laws with Bachelor of Computer Science Bachelor of Laws with Bachelor of Development Studies Bachelor of Laws with Bachelor of Economics Bachelor of Laws with Bachelor of Environmental Policy and Management Bachelor of Laws with Bachelor of Finance Bachelor of Laws with Bachelor of Health Sciences Bachelor of Laws with Bachelor of International Studies Bachelor of Laws with Bachelor of Mathematical and Computer Sciences Bachelor of Laws with Bachelor of Media Bachelor of Laws with Bachelor of Science Bachelor of Laws with Bachelor of Social Sciences Bachelor of Laws combined and Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice Medicine Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery Music Bachelor of Music Nursing Bachelor of Nursing Psychology Bachelor of Psychological Science Honours degree of Bachelor of Psychology Sciences Bachelor of Agricultural Sciences Bachelor of Applied Biology Bachelor of Food and Nutrition Science Bachelor of Science Bachelor of Science (Advanced) Bachelor of Science (Animal Science) Bachelor of Science (Biomedical Science) Bachelor of Science (Biotechnology) Bachelor of Science (Evolutionary Biology) Bachelor of Science (Laser Physics and Technology) Bachelor of Science (Marine Biology) Bachelor of Sciences (Mineral Geoscience) Bachelor of Science (Molecular Biology) Bachelor of Science (Molecular and Drug Design) Bachelor of Science (Nanoscience and Materials) Bachelor of Science (Natural Resources) Bachelor of Science (Space Science and Astrophysics) Bachelor of Science (Veterinary Bioscience) Bachelor of Viticulture and Oenology Honours degree of Bachelor of Science in High Performance Computational Physics Teaching Bachelor of Teaching with Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Teaching with Bachelor of Economics Bachelor of Teaching with Bachelor of Mathematical and Computer Sciences Bachelor of Teaching with Bachelor of Science 16 Business, Economics and Innovation

19 How to apply Applications to University of Adelaide undergraduate programs are made online via SATAC: The application closing date for 2016 entry is 30 September Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, and Bachelor of Dental Surgery applicants should refer to the UMAT website for information on the Undergraduate Medicine and Health Sciences Admission Test, including application and test dates: umat.acer.edu.au International students should refer to: international.adelaide.edu.au/apply Entry pathways There are many pathways applicants can take to apply to the University of Adelaide, including SACE, IB, STAT, TAFE, preparatory programs, foundation study and more. To find out more about the available pathways, visit and select Entry Pathways from the menu. Fees and costs In 2015, student contributions for Commonwealth supported students studying an equivalent full-time study load were as follows. Band 1: humanities, behavioural sciences, social studies, foreign languages, visual and performing arts, education, nursing, clinical psychology. $6,152 Band 2: computing, built environment, allied health, other health, engineering, surveying, agriculture, science,mathematics, statistics. $8,768 Band 3: law, dentistry, medicine, veterinary science, accounting, administration, economics, commerce. $10,226 These annual fees are indicative only as actual charges are determined at the course level based on the area of study. Fees may increase in HECS Higher Education Loan This program, known as HECS-HELP assists eligible students to pay their student contribution. Further information is available at: Scholarships The University of Adelaide has a range of scholarships available to students from a variety of backgrounds and academic levels. Comprehensive information about scholarships, and how to apply, can be obtained by contacting us (refer below for details) or visiting the scholarships website: Student Services and Amenities Fee Students are charged an annual Student Services and Amenities Fee (SSAF) to assist with the funding of student services and amenities at the University. In 2015, the SSAF amount for full-time students was $281, and for part-time students it was $210. Eligible students may defer this fee to an SA-HELP loan. For further information about the SSAF and SA-HELP visit and select Other Fees and Charges. Additional costs Students may be required to pay for specialist equipment, reading materials, etc. Students are advised not to purchase any equipment until they receive their faculty/school handbook, available during orientation. For more information on other program-related fees and charges, visit and select Other Fees and Charges. Bonus points For 2016 entry, SATAC will centrally administer a new South Australian Universities Bonus Scheme. The two new schemes are the SA Universities Equity Scheme and the SA Language, Literacy and Mathematics Bonus Scheme. For more details, please visit and search bonus points. Program intake Many undergraduate programs will allow students to begin study in February or July. Please refer to individual programs on Degree Finder () to check whether midyear entry is available. Where Degree Finder states subject to availability applicants should contact Ask Adelaide (refer below for details) to check whether midyear entry is available. Deferring your studies Most undergraduate programs can be deferred for up to two years. Please refer to specific programs for exceptions. Music programs may not be deferred. English language requirements for international students All international students undertaking an Australian year 12 program are required to achieve a Pass grade or above in one of the approved English as a Second Language or English language subjects. If an applicant attempts, but does not pass, the English language subject then alternative options, such as an acceptable English language proficiency test result, may be arranged. Details of recognised subjects and recognised tests and requirements are available by visiting international.adelaide.edu.au/apply, selecting Admissions Information from the menu, then English Language Requirements. Successful completion of the International Baccalaureate (IB) diploma meets the English language requirements of the University of Adelaide. Permanent residency International students who have studied an Australian year 12 program or the IB and expect to be granted Australian permanent residency before the commencement of their university study must contact the International Office. To contact the International Office for more information, visit international.adelaide.edu.au, select About Us from the menu, then International Office and Enquire Now. Accommodation The University understands that finding the right accommodation is important to successful study. For accommodation options and costs please visit: DISCLAIMER: The information in this publication is current as at the date of printing and is subject to change. Updated information can be found on the University website: With the aim of continual improvement the University of Adelaide is committed to regular reviews of the degrees, diplomas, certificates and courses on offer. As a result the specific programs and courses available will change from time to time. Please refer to for the most up-to-date information or contact the University on (08) (or free-call ). The University of Adelaide assumes no responsibility for the accuracy of information provided by third parties. CRICOS 00123M The University of Adelaide published 2015 Who to contact with any questions Ask Adelaide s friendly and skilled staff can address all program enquiries over the phone or online. If they do not have the answer enquirers will be referred to faculty/school/ discipline staff for expert advice. Ask Adelaide Phone: (08) Free-call (outer Adelaide, SA and interstate only): Enquire online: Business, Economics and Innovation 17

20 START AT THE TOP. SOUTH AUSTRALIA S LEADING UNIVERSITY. The University of Adelaide is consistently ranked in the top 1% worldwide. With a growing range of entry pathways, scholarships and support for students, our aim is to ensure the leaders of tomorrow have the opportunity to excel. Wherever you come from, there s always a place here. To find out more, visit adelaide.edu.au/study

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