Specialised bachelors’ degrees have specific entry requirements, a restricted choice of papers and each has its own subjects, structure, and admission procedures.
Programmes considered specialised bachelors’ degrees are:
- Bachelor of Biomedical Sciences (BBiomedSc)
- Bachelor of Dental Surgery (BDS)
- Bachelor of Dental Technology (BDentTech)
- Bachelor of Laws (LLB)
- Bachelor of Medical Laboratory Science (BMLSc)
- Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MB ChB)
- Bachelor of Oral Health (BOH)
- Bachelor of Pharmacy (BPharm)
- Bachelor of Physiotherapy (BPhty)
- Bachelor of Radiation Therapy (BRT)
- Bachelor of Social Work (BSW)
- Bachelor of Surveying (BSurv)
- Bachelor of Teaching (BTchg)
Professional Health Science programmes
The professional Health Science degrees (BDS, BMLSc, MB ChB, BPharm, BPhty) normally require initial enrolment in the Health Sciences First Year course. Admission to the second year of each of these degrees depends on your results in the first-year course.
For details, see the entries for each degree, and for the Health Sciences First Year course.
General bachelors’ degrees
See the general bachelors’ degrees page.