Specialisation

The College Admission Pathway - WSTC Science Extended - Science - School Leavers

Western Sydney University The College Admission Pathway Code: A7116.1

Status: CONTINUING
This version of the specialisation is available only to continuing or completing students.


The College Admission Pathway Structure

Students must be enrolled in 7122 - Diploma in Science Extended - Science to complete this specialisation.

Students must pass the following preparatory units for which no advanced standing will be granted in the University degree program.

Students must pass 40 credit points from the following preparatory units prior to enrolling in the University level units listed below.

Preparatory Units

700209 Introduction to Academic Communication 1 (WSTC Prep)
700230 Academic Skills for Science (WSTC Prep)
700231 Fundamentals of Science (WSTC Prep)
700232 Focus on Biology (WSTC Prep)
700043 Chemistry (WSTC Prep)

Univeristy level Units

8 University Level units (common across both Standard and Extended courses):

700125 Cell Biology (WSTC)
700122 Essential Chemistry 2 (WSTC)
700124 Scientific Literacy (WSTC)

Students must pass one of the following two University level units

700155 Introductory Chemistry (WSTC)
700121 Essential Chemistry 1 (WSTC)

Bachelor of Science (Forensic Science or Chemistry) students must choose 700121 Essential Chemistry 1 (WSTC).

Students must pass one of the following two University level units

700095 Biodiversity (WSTC)
700035 Physics 1 (WSTC)

Bachelor of Science (Chemistry) and Bachelor of Medical Science (Forensic Mortuary Practice) students must choose 700035 Physics 1 (WSTC)

Students must pass one of the following two University level units

700123 Quantitative Thinking (WSTC)
700033 Biometry (WSTC)

Bachelor of Medical Science (Forensic Mortuary Practice) students must choose 700033 Biometry (WSTC).

Students must also pass two University level units dependent upon which Western Sydney University degree they wish to enter upon successful completion of their studies

700099 Resource Sustainability (WSTC)
700096 Integrated Science (WSTC)
700098 Introduction to Physiology (WSTC)
700266 Concepts in Human Anatomy (WSTC)
700265 Food Science 1 (WSTC)

The recommended units to be chosen from the above five alternate units listed above for each University degree are detailed below:

Students planning to progress to the B.Sc. (Biological Sciences) the following pattern is recommended

700124 Scientific Literacy (WSTC)
700095 Biodiversity (WSTC)
700125 Cell Biology (WSTC)
700122 Essential Chemistry 2 (WSTC)
700098 Introduction to Physiology (WSTC)

ONE of the following two units:

700155 Introductory Chemistry (WSTC)
700121 Essential Chemistry 1 (WSTC)

ONE of the following two units:

700123 Quantitative Thinking (WSTC)
700033 Biometry (WSTC)

ONE of the following two units:

700099 Resource Sustainability (WSTC)
700096 Integrated Science (WSTC)

Students planning to progress to the B Science (Chemistry) must choose:

700124 Scientific Literacy (WSTC)
700122 Essential Chemistry 2 (WSTC)
700035 Physics 1 (WSTC)

ONE of the following two units:

700155 Introductory Chemistry (WSTC)
700121 Essential Chemistry 1 (WSTC)

FOUR of the following units:

700123 Quantitative Thinking (WSTC)
700033 Biometry (WSTC)
700095 Biodiversity (WSTC)
700125 Cell Biology (WSTC)
700096 Integrated Science (WSTC)
700099 Resource Sustainability (WSTC)
700098 Introduction to Physiology (WSTC)

Students planning to progress to the B Science must choose:

700124 Scientific Literacy (WSTC)

ONE of the following two units:

700123 Quantitative Thinking (WSTC)
700033 Biometry (WSTC)

SIX of the following units:

700095 Biodiversity (WSTC)
700125 Cell Biology (WSTC)
700122 Essential Chemistry 2 (WSTC)
700099 Resource Sustainability (WSTC)
700096 Integrated Science (WSTC)
700098 Introduction to Physiology (WSTC)
700155 Introductory Chemistry (WSTC)
700121 Essential Chemistry 1 (WSTC)

Please note that choices in first year will impact on available majors in second year. It is recommended that students seek academic advice if taking this sequence.



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