Stage 1: Progression Requirements for Stage 2

BSOCSC PROGRAMME - CURRENT STUDENTS (APPLICABLE FROM SEPTEMBER 2015)

Students are required to complete 60 credits at Stage 1.

A student may progress to Stage 2 with 50 credits at Stage 1 but they will need to have completed the outstanding credits for Stage 1 in order to obtain their BSocSc degree.

In order to progress with a subject from Stage 1 to Stage 2 and take that subject to degree level, you need to be familiar with the Progression Requirements of that subject.

Most subjects require that you take at least 10 Level 1 credits in that subject area at Stage 1: some subjects require that you do more than 10 Level 1 credits in order to progress; some subjects require that you take specific core modules in order to progress.

In order to confirm the progression requirements for a subject area, please click on the relevant year in which you will be entering/will have entered Stage 2. 

When planning your progression to Stage 2 you also need to consider the 'Pathway' you will follow; for information on Pathways see 'Stage1: Pathways of Study in Stage 2'.

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DN550 BACHELOR OF SOCIAL SCIENCE (BSocSc) 

Subject Progression Requirements  

This information is for students who are entering Stage Two in the academic session 2018-2019. 


  

Social Policy (SPOL) 

DN550

Major
(100 credits) 

Major with Minor
(60 credits)

Joint Major
(50 credits)

Minor
(40 credits)

Availability

No

Yes

Yes

Yes

Progression

Straightforward progression – students may progress to Stage Two having passed any 2 modules and having attempted all four Stage One modules

  

Sociology (SOC)  

DN550

Major
(100 credits)

Major with Minor
(60 credits)

Joint Major
(50 credits)

Minor
(40 credits)

Availability

No

Yes

Yes

Yes

Progression

Straightforward progression – students may progress to Stage Two having passed any 2 modules and having attempted all four Stage One modules

  

Archaeology (ARCH)  

DN550

Major
(100 credits)

Major with Minor
(60 credits)

Joint Major
(50 credits)

Minor
(40 credits)

Availability

No

Yes

Yes

Yes

Progression

Students may progress with Archaeology in Stage 2 having passed ARCH10050 and one other Archaeology module offered in Stage 1.

  

Economics (ECON)  

DN550

Major
(100 credits)

Major with Minor
(60 credits)

Joint Major
(50 credits)

Minor
(40 credits)

Availability

No

Yes

Yes

Yes

Progression

Students may progress with Economics in Stage 2 having passed all 4 Stage 1 core Economics modules:

ECON10770-Introduction to Economics

ECON10030-Introduction to Quantitative Economics.

ECON10010-Principles of Microeconomics

ECON10020-Principles of Macroeconomics.

  

Geography (GEOG)  

DN550

Major
(100 credits)

Major with Minor
(60 credits)

Joint Major
(50 credits)

Minor
(40 credits)

Availability

No

No

Yes

Yes

Progression

Straightforward progression – students may progress with Geography in Stage 2 having passed any two Geography modules (with GEOG code) offered in Stage 1.

  

Information and Social Computing (IS)  

DN550

Major
(100 credits)

Major with Minor
(60 credits)

Joint Major
(50 credits)

Minor
(40 credits)

Availability

No

No

Yes

Yes

Progression

Straightforward progression – students may progress with Information and Social Computing in Stage 2 having passed any two Information and Social Computing modules offered in Stage 1.

   

Philosophy (PHIL)  

DN550

Major
(100 credits)

Major with Minor
(60 credits)

Joint Major
(50 credits)

Minor
(40 credits)

Availability

No

Yes

Yes

Yes

Progression

Straightforward progression – students may progress with Philosophy in Stage 2 having passed any two modules from the Philosophy structures offered in Stage 1.

  

Politics (POL)  

DN550

Major
(100 credits)

Major with Minor
(60 credits)

Joint Major
(50 credits)

Minor
(40 credits)

Availability

No

Yes

Yes

Yes

Progression

Students wishing to take up Politics at Stage 2 must have passed INRL10010 and POL10160.

 

 DN550 BACHELOR OF SOCIAL SCIENCE (BSocSc) 

Subject Progression Requirements  

This information is for students who are entering Stage Two in the academic session 2017-2018  

Please note the following general progression rule applicable to all subjects:  

‘Student may not progress to Stage Two in a particular subject without passing at least 10 credits in that subject at Stage One.’ 

 Please also check individual subjects below for any further progression rules:

  

Social Policy (SPOL) 

DN550

Major
(100 credits) 

Major with Minor
(60 credits)

Joint Major
(50 credits)

Minor
(40 credits)

Availability

No

Yes

Yes

Yes

Progression

Straightforward progression – students may progress to Stage Two having passed any 2 modules and having attempted all four Stage One modules

  

Sociology (SOC)  

DN550

Major
(100 credits)

Major with Minor
(60 credits)

Joint Major
(50 credits)

Minor
(40 credits)

Availability

No

Yes

Yes

Yes

Progression

Straightforward progression – students may progress to Stage Two having passed any 2 modules and having attempted all four Stage One modules

  

Archaeology (ARCH)  

DN550

Major
(100 credits)

Major with Minor
(60 credits)

Joint Major
(50 credits)

Minor
(40 credits)

Availability

No

Yes

Yes

Yes

Progression

Straightforward progression – students may progress with Archaeology in Stage 2 having passed ARCH10050 and one other Archaeology module offered in Stage 1.

  

Economics (ECON)  

DN550

Major
(100 credits)

Major with Minor
(60 credits)

Joint Major
(50 credits)

Minor
(40 credits)

Availability

No

Yes

Yes

Yes

Progression

Students may progress with Economics in Stage 2 having passed ECON 10010 Principles of Microeconomics and ECON10030 Introduction to Quantitative Economics.

Please note: ECON 10020 Principles of Macroeconomics is a compulsory module and must be passed prior to degree completion. Students are strongly recommended to pass ECON10020 during Stage 1.

  

Geography (GEOG)  

DN550

Major
(100 credits)

Major with Minor
(60 credits)

Joint Major
(50 credits)

Minor
(40 credits)

Availability

No

No

Yes

Yes

Progression

Straightforward progression – students may progress with Geography in Stage 2 having passed any two Geography (GEOG only) modules offered in Stage 1.

  

Information and Social Computing (IS)  

DN550

Major
(100 credits)

Major with Minor
(60 credits)

Joint Major
(50 credits)

Minor
(40 credits)

Availability

No

No

Yes

Yes

Progression

Straightforward progression – students may progress with Information and Social Computing in Stage 2 having passed any two Information and Social Computing modules offered in Stage 1.

   

Philosophy (PHIL)  

DN550

Major
(100 credits)

Major with Minor
(60 credits)

Joint Major
(50 credits)

Minor
(40 credits)

Availability

No

Yes

Yes

Yes

Progression

Straightforward progression – students may progress with Philosophy in Stage 2 having passed any two modules from the Philosophy structures offered in Stage 1.

  

Politics (POL)  

DN550

Major
(100 credits)

Major with Minor
(60 credits)

Joint Major
(50 credits)

Minor
(40 credits)

Availability

No

Yes

Yes

Yes

Progression

Students wishing to take up Politics at Stage 2 must have passed INRL10010 and POL10160.

 

 

 

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DN550 BACHELOR OF SOCIAL SCIENCE (BSocSc)

Subject Progression Requirements 

 

This information is for students who are entering Stage Two in the academic session 2016-2017 

Please note the following general progression rule applicable to all subjects: 

‘Student may not progress to Stage Two in a particular subject without passing at least 10 credits in that subject at Stage One.’

 Please also check individual subjects below for any further progression rules:

 

Social Policy (SPOL)

 

DN550

Major
(100 credits) 

Major with Minor
(60 credits)

Joint Major
(50 credits)

Minor
(40 credits)

Availability

No

Yes

Yes

Yes

Progression

Straightforward progression – students may progress to Stage Two having passed any 2 modules and having attempted all four Stage One modules

  

Sociology (SOC) 

DN550

Major
(100 credits)

Major with Minor
(60 credits)

Joint Major
(50 credits)

Minor
(40 credits)

Availability

No

Yes

Yes

Yes

Progression

Straightforward progression – students may progress to Stage Two having passed any 2 modules and having attempted all four Stage One modules

 

Archaeology (ARCH) 

DN550

Major
(100 credits)

Major with Minor
(60 credits)

Joint Major
(50 credits)

Minor
(40 credits)

Availability

No

Yes

Yes

Yes

Progression

Straightforward progression – students may progress with Archaeology in Stage 2 having passed any two Archaeology modules offered in Stage 1.

 

Economics (ECON) 

DN550

Major

(100 credits)

Major with Minor

(60 credits)

Joint Major

(50 credits)

Minor

(40 credits)

Availability

No

Yes

Yes

Yes

Progression

Students may progress with Economics in Stage 2 having passed ECON 10010 Principles of Microeconomics and ECON10030 Introduction to Quantitative Economics.

Please note: ECON 10020 Principles of Macroeconomics is a compulsory module and must be passed prior to degree completion. Students are strongly recommended to pass ECON10020 during Stage 1.

 

Geography (GEOG) 

DN550

Major
(100 credits)

Major with Minor
(60 credits)

Joint Major
(50 credits)

Minor
(40 credits)

Availability

No

Yes

Yes

Yes

Progression

Straightforward progression – students may progress with Geography in Stage 2 having passed any two Geography modules offered in Stage 1.

 

Information and Social Computing (IS) 

DN550

Major
(100 credits)

Major with Minor
(60 credits)

Joint Major
(50 credits)

Minor
(40 credits)

Availability

No

No

Yes

Yes

Progression

Straightforward progression – students may progress with Information and Social Computing in Stage 2 having passed any two Information and Social Computing modules offered in Stage 1.

  

Information and Library Studies (ILS) 

DN550

Major
(100 credits)

Major with Minor
(60 credits)

Joint Major
(50 credits)

Minor
(40 credits)

Availability

No

Yes

No

No

Progression

Straightforward progression – students may progress with Information and Library Studies in Stage 2 having passed any two Information and Social Computing modules offered in Stage 1.

 

Philosophy (PHIL) 

DN550

Major
(100 credits)

Major with Minor
(60 credits)

Joint Major
(50 credits)

Minor
(40 credits)

Availability

No

Yes

Yes

Yes

Progression

Straightforward progression – students may progress with Philosophy in Stage 2 having passed any two modules from the Philosophy structures offered in Stage 1.

 

Politics (POL) 

DN550

Major
(100 credits)

Major with Minor
(60 credits)

Joint Major
(50 credits)

Minor
(40 credits)

Availability

No

Yes

Yes

Yes

Progression

Students wishing to take up Politics at Stage 2 must have passed INRL10010 and POL10160.