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    Double degree sci/engineering

    So I'm doing a adv science (honours)/engineering (honours) degree at unsw and am a bit confused.
    Is it better to do sci in semester 1 , engo in semester 2 and repeat it for the duration of the course? Or is it better to just complete the science component completely then the engineering (or vise versa)
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    Also if anyone has done this dual degree, what was your time table/schedule like?
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    Re: Double degree sci/engineering

    I don't do this degree combination, but I do do a dual degree of Law/Media and in it, but I (and pretty much everyone I know) do a combination of both. E.g. Sem 1 next year I will be doing Crim Law & Public law (Law degree) in addition to Social Media and Communication Strategies (Media).

    So, although I can't say for certain, I would assume that it is recommended that you would do the same as some subjects would only be offered in sem 1, whilst others would only be offered in sem 2.
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    Re: Double degree sci/engineering

    Follow your course outline in the handbook

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