Course code: #HZ001
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An arts/science degree builds your knowledge and skills across creative and technical areas to expand your career prospects in fields such as environmental science, humanities, research, health and social sciences.
Your arts and science studies are divided equally across this four-year double degree, allowing you to explore topics from both disciplines that reflect your interests and goals.
Choose from arts subjects like anthropology, languages, archaeological and heritage studies or philosophy and combine these with studies in scientific areas such as botany, microbiology, data science, zoology and more.
You'll have access to purpose-built teaching and research facilities throughout your arts and science subjects and work alongside some of Australia's leading educators.
Subjects across both the arts and science disciplines offer a balance of theoretical knowledge and practical experience, giving you the skills you need to adapt to today's changing job landscape.
Build skills in problem-solving, communication and collaboration – all highly sought after by employers – then use these skills to develop innovative solutions to real-world problems.
Whether it's protecting endangered animals, discovering new ways to treat disease, shaping the political landscape, fighting climate change, or addressing global challenges, you'll be ready to pursue your dream career by tailoring your double degree with a mix of majors, minors and electives.
You can choose one of the following majors after your study commencing:
|Cost of living||1 person||$8,316|
|Accommodation||1 bed room||$7,100|
English Language Intensive Courses for Overseas Students (ELICOS) are designed for students who require English language training before commencing tertiary study in Australia.
English Language Intensive Courses for Overseas Students (known as ELICOS) includes General English and English for further studies (English for Academic Purposes).
English for Further Studies Entry requirements
|English Level||IELTS||TOEFL (iBT)||Pearson's||Exit to|
|EFS 3||4.5 (minimum writing score 4.5)||34||30||-|
|EFS 4||5.0 (minimum writing score 5.0)||40||36||Foundation Studies/ Diploma of Business/Diploma of IT|
|EFS 5||5.5 (minimum writing score 5.5)||55||42||Undergraduate degrees/Diploma of Health Sciences/Diploma of Bioscience/Diploma of Engineering/Diploma of Psychology|
|EFS 6||6.0 (minimum writing score 6.0)||75||50||Postgraduate programs/Diploma of Media and Communications|
To enter La Trobe undergraduate programs, at a minimum, you’ll need to have completed Australian Year 12 (or an accepted international equivalent) with a particular grade.
Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 25 in English (EAL) or at least 20 in English other than EAL.
China National College Entrance Examination (GAOKAO): 65%
China Senior Middle School 3 (Gao San): Not accepted.
All Indian Secondary School Certificate: 75%
India State Boards: 75%
Foundation Studies is a bridging course to prepare international students for their University studies.
Successful completion of the Foundation Studies program with a 60% grade point average will provide you with a guaranteed pathway into the first year of an undergraduate degree at La Trobe University.
Depending on your chosen mix of majors and minors, possible roles may include:
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