The BCom/BSc usually takes four years to complete.
You will need to complete a total of 540 points, consisting of:
- 255 points from BCom courses
- 255 points from BSc courses
- 15 points from General Education
- 15 points from courses available for any programme
You can choose up to two subjects as your major(s) for the BCom component of your conjoint, and you would normally take four or five BCom courses each year.
There are seven compulsory Stage I courses for the BCom component of your conjoint, after which you can focus on your chosen major(s). You can find a degree planner for the BCom/BSc conjoint degree under Prospectuses and handbooks.
Your enrolment for the BSc side of the conjoint will depend on your chosen major(s). You may choose either a single major or a double major in Science. Anthropological Science, Biomedical Science, Biotechnology, Food Science and Nutrition, Information Systems and Medicinal Chemistry are not available as Science majors within a conjoint degree. Information Systems can only be taken on the BCom side of your conjoint degree. Find out more about planning your BSc conjoint, and access conjoint degree planners.
You would usually need to enrol in nine 15-point courses (135 points) each year if you want to complete in four years. You will also need to maintain a Grade Point Average of at least 3.5 each year to continue with your conjoint.