First Year Guide to Table 2 Majors

The following information is for first year students.

Listed below are the essential and recommended combinations of junior units of study if you are intending to complete a Table 2 major in a particular cross-disciplinary subject area. Students should consult Table 2 in the handbook and faculty/school/department advisers for further information on major requirements.

Eligibility for Table 2 majors

Geoarchaeology is only available as an optional Table 2 major to students in the Bachelor of Science, the Bachelor of Science (Advanced) and the Bachelor of Science (Advanced Mathematics). Table 2 majors are not available to students in any other award courses or in combined degrees, eg, Bachelor of Science/Bachelor of Arts.

Students in the Bachelor of Science, the Bachelor of Science (Advanced) and the Bachelor of Science (Advanced Mathematics) wishing to complete a Table 2 major are still required to complete a minimum of one Table 1 major.

Table 2: Geoarchaeology

Planning for a Geoarchaeology major
Essential: GEOS1003/1903 and 12 credit points of Junior Archaeology.
Recommended: 12 credit points of Junior Geosciences.