Faculty of Arts
Bachelor of Arts conjoint degrees
A conjoint programme is an approved combination of two degrees which you take at the same time. You can complete two degrees in less time than it would take to complete them separately.
Bachelor of Arts / Bachelor of Commerce (BA/BCom)
Bachelor of Arts / Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (BA/BE(Hons))
Bachelor of Arts / Bachelor of Fine Arts or Bachelor of Fine Arts (Honours) (BA/BFA or BA/BFA(Hons))
Bachelor of Arts / Bachelor of Health Sciences (BA/BHSc)
Bachelor of Arts / Bachelor of Laws or Bachelor of Laws (Honours) (BA/LLB or BA/LLB(Hons))
Bachelor of Arts / Bachelor of Music (BA/BMus)
Bachelor of Arts / Bachelor of Science (BA/BSc)
Bachelor of Arts / Bachelor of Theology (BA/BTheol)
- Pursue interests in two different disciplines.
- Combine professional study with a more general education.
- Get the opportunity to broaden your skills and enhance your employment prospects.
Conjoint programmes are intended for more able students, because of the heavier workload involved. Find out more about entry requirements.
Most conjoint programmes take four years of full-time study to complete. The BA/BE, BA/BFA and BA/LLB take five years to complete. The BA/LLB(Hons) takes a little longer.
A normal conjoint enrolment consists of 135 points each year (the equivalent of nine 15-point courses each year). (The stand-alone BA degree consists of 120 points each year, or eight 15-point courses.)
See our information for future undergraduates on how to apply.