Course pathways

If you haven’t achieved the results you expected, remember there are a number of pathways to your preferred degree. At Flinders you can start off in one degree and move across to your degree of choice later.

See below for our popular pathway courses.

Or view all of our course pathway options.

Psychology

Bachelor of Arts (Psychological Science Pathway)

(Minimum ATAR 60 based on 2015-16 admission)

SATAC code: 234161

Bachelor of Arts (Psychological Science pathway)

This one year pathway is designed for students who want to gain entry into the Bachelor of Psychological Science. Students who successfully complete all topics in this pathway program and achieve an overall Credit average or above will transfer into the Bachelor Psychological Science (3 years full-time/equivalent part-time including pathway year).

Health sciences

Bachelor of Disability and Developmental Education (Health Pathway)

(Minimum ATAR 60 based on 2015-16 admission)

SATAC code: 234191

Bachelor of Disability and Developmental Education (Health Pathway)

This one year pathway is designed for students seeking admission to Bachelor of Health Sciences. After first year, students who achieve the required GPA can transfer into Bachelor of Health Sciences, or, can elect to remain in the Bachelor of Disability and Developmental Education.

Law

Bachelor of Law and Society (Law pathway)

(Minimum ATAR 80 based on 2015-16 admission)

SATAC code: 234651

Bachelor of Law and Society (Law pathway)

This one year pathway is designed for students who want to gain entry into the Bachelor of Laws and Legal Practice or into the combined degree of Bachelor of Laws and Legal Practice/Bachelor of Law and Society. Students who pass all topics in the Law pathway and achieve an overall GPA of 5.0 (Credit average) or above, including a grade of Pass or higher in the four law topics, will have the option of transferring into Law. This pathway offers students the opportunity to study two Law topics that are normally restricted to students enrolled in the Law degree. Alongside these, students will study a topic in Criminology, two Legal Studies topics, two Criminal Justice topics and a topic in Justice Policy. Students who successfully transfer into the combined degree of Bachelor of Laws and Legal Practice/Bachelor of Justice and Society or into the straight Bachelor of Laws and Legal Practice will then complete all the educational and training requirements necessary for admission to legal practice.

Forensic and analytical chemistry

Bachelor of Science (Forensic and Analytical Science Pathway)

(Minimum ATAR 60 based on 2015-16 admission)

SATAC code: 234171

Bachelor of Science (Forensic and Analytical Science Pathway)

This one year pathway is designed for students who want to gain entry into the Bachelor of Science (Forensic and Analytical Science). Students who successfully complete all topics in this pathway program and achieve an overall Pass average or above will transfer into the Bachelor of Science (Forensic and Analytical Sciences) (3 years full-time/equivalent part-time including pathway year). Students who do not achieve the required GPA or who do not wish to pursue the forensic and analytical science degree can complete the Bachelor of Science (3 years full-time/equivalent part-time including the pathway year).

Education pathways

One year pathway to double degree four-year teaching qualification

Bachelor of Arts (Education (Primary R-7) pathway)
SATAC code: 234141

Bachelor of Arts (Education (Secondary) pathway)
SATAC code: 234131

Three-year BA plus two-year Master of Teaching

Bachelor of Arts pathway to Master of Teaching (Primary R-7)
SATAC code: 234111

Bachelor of arts pathway to Master of Teaching (Secondary)
SATAC code: 234121