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Regulations for Conjoint Degree Programmes in Teacher Education


General Provisions for the BTchg/BA, BTchg/BLibS, BTchg/BSc, BTchg/BSocSc, BTchg/BSpLS
1.   Every candidate must meet the admission requirements for each of the component degrees and must also have been selected as a suitable person to be a teacher by the School of Education.
2.   Students may be admitted to any one of the following conjoint degree programmes:
      Bachelor of Teaching/Bachelor of Arts (BTchg/BA)
      Bachelor of Teaching/Bachelor of Liberal Studies (BTchg/BLibS)
      Bachelor of Teaching/Bachelor of Science (BTchg/BSc)
      Bachelor of Teaching/Bachelor of Social Sciences (BTchg/BSocSc)
      Bachelor of Teaching/Bachelor of Sport and Leisure Studies (BTchg/BSpLS)
3.   Candidates must enrol for at least one paper for each of the component degrees each year, unless the requirements for one component degree have already been completed.
4.   Admission to a conjoint degree may be at initial enrolment, or after the student has passed or been credited with papers towards either component degree, but the student must not have graduated in either of the component degrees.
5.   Candidates for a conjoint degree must normally enrol and follow an approved programme of study for at least four years of full-time study.
6.   Each paper must be taken towards one component degree.
7.   Each year and part of enrolment for the conjoint degree is subject to the approval of the Dean of Education and the Dean of the Faculty or School of Studies in which the other component degree is taken, and will depend on satisfactory progress in the previous levels and years of study.
8.   Only when all of the requirements for both component degrees have been satisfied may the two degrees be conferred upon the student.
9.   Graduates of a conjoint degree may not cross-credit any of the credited papers towards another University of Waikato qualification.
10.   The Personal Programmes of Study Regulations Governing Bachelors Degrees also apply to candidates for these conjoint degrees and include provisions for the variation or waiver of these regulations in individual cases by the Academic Board or delegated authority.
BTchg Component for BTchg/BA, BTchg/BLibS, BTchg/BSc, BTchg/BSocSc, BTchg/BSpLS:
11.   In order to complete the BTchg component of the BTchg/BA, BTchg/BLibS, BTchg/BSc, BTchg/BSocSc and BTchg/BSpLS degree, candidates must enrol in the School of Education and gain 265 points as prescribed for the programmes in the subject Professional Education, including 160 points above Level 1 and 60 points above Level 2.
BA Component for BTchg/BA
12.   In order to complete the BA component of the BTchg/BA degree, candidates must enrol in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences or the School of Māori and Pacific Development, and gain 265 points, including 160 points above Level 1 and 60 points above Level 2.
13.   Candidates must complete the requirements of a major from the subjects listed in section 4 of the BA regulations by gaining 150 points in that subject, including 120 points above Level 1 and 60 points above Level 2.
14.   Candidates must also complete the requirements of a supporting subject, by gaining at least 70 points, including 40 points above Level 1.
15.   Education Studies may not be counted to meet the requirements of the BA component of the BTchg/BA.
BLibS Component for BTchg/BLibS
16.   In order to complete the BLibS component of the BTchg/BLibS degree, candidates must enrol in the Faculty or School of Studies administering the largest number of papers selected towards the BLibS degree and gain 265 points from at least four different subjects across more than one Faculty/School of Studies, including 160 points above Level 1 and 60 points above Level 2.
17.   Candidates must gain 60 points above Level 2 in one subject or 40 points above Level 2 in each of two subjects.
BSc Component for BTchg/BSc
18.   In order to complete the BSc component of the BTchg/BSc degree, candidates must enrol in the School of Science and Engineering or the School of Computing and Mathematical Sciences and gain 265 points, including 160 points above Level 1 and 60 points above Level 2. (The BSc specified programmes are not available for the purposes of this regulation.)
19.   Candidates must complete the requirements of a major from the subjects listed in section 4 of the BSc regulations by gaining 150 points in that subject, including 120 points above Level 1 and 60 points above Level 2.
20.   Candidates must also complete the requirements of a supporting subject, by gaining at least 70 points, including 40 points above Level 1.
21.   In addition to the major and supporting subjects, candidates must also gain 45 points from subjects listed in section 4 of the BSc degree regulations. At least 15 points must be at Level 1.
BSocSc Component for BTchg/BSocSc
22.   In order to complete the BSocSc component of the BTchg/BSocSc degree, candidates must enrol in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences and gain 265 points, including 160 points above Level 1 and 60 points above Level 2.
23.   Candidates must complete the requirements of a major from the subjects listed in section 3 of the BSocSc regulations by gaining 150 points in that subject, including 120 points above Level 1 and 60 points above Level 2
24.   Candidates must also complete the requirements of a supporting subject by gaining at least 70 points, including 40 points above Level 1.
25.   Candidates must include at least 30 points from the methodology papers listed in the appendix to the BSocSc degree regulations.
26.   Education Studies may not be counted to meet the requirements of the BSocSc component of the BTchg/BSocSc.
BSpLS Component for BTchg/BSpLS
27.   In order to complete the BSpLS component of the BTchg/BSpLS degree, candidates must enrol in the School of Education and gain 265 points, including 180 points above Level 1 and 60 points above Level 2.
28.   Candidates must complete the requirements of the major subject Sport and Leisure Studies by gaining 265 points in that subject, including 160 points above Level 1 and 60 points above Level 2.

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