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What is a double degree?

UPDATED 02 SEP 2023 | 3:45PM

A double degree comprises two individually approved courses undertaken at the same time, resulting in two awards. You will study units from both courses simultaneously, and the condensed structure means it may take only a year or two longer than a single degree.

For example: If you do a Bachelor of Science (3 years), Bachelor of Commerce (3 years) double degree, it will take you 4 years instead of 6 years, and you can record both awards after your name - BSc (Curtin), BCom (Curtin).

For a full list of courses available, visit the double degrees webpage.

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