Combining degrees enables students to follow their interests and aspirations and enhance their career prospects by undertaking a second area of study in addition to their primary degree. Completing an approved combined degree option will normally add at least one extra year (full-time equivalent) to their studies. For example, students combining two three-year full-time equivalent degrees are normally able to complete both degrees in four years of full-time equivalent study. Students graduate with two degrees, expanding employment opportunities.

If you are new to Flinders University, you required to apply for your combined degree program of interest, via SATAC (South Australian Tertiary Admissions Centre), using the SATAC code and selecting their chosen combination.

If you have been made an offer to a Flinders course and later wish to combine it with another course as part of a recognised combined degree program you can submit an internal transfer application for the second course. You will be notified of the outcome of your application via your University email account.

If successful, the approval will be recorded in the student system and it is recommended you seek course advice prior to enrolling in topics.

Students enrolling in a combined degrees program must lodge a separate Request for Commonwealth Assistance form (CAF) for each course.

If you have received an offer for a double degree program, e.g. Bachelor of Education (Primary R-7)/Bachelor of Arts, you do not need to request entry to the second course.

A listing of Flinders University's combined degrees programs is available for download.

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