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Asunto:NoticiasdelCeHu 1196/03 - Studying at the National University of Samoa
Fecha:Martes, 18 de Noviembre, 2003  00:46:48 (-0300)
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NCeHu 1196/03
 
THE NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SAMOA
 
Science Department

The Council of the National University of Samoa, in its meeting on September 30, 1999, approved the offering of a Bachelor of Science Degree with majors in Mathematics and Computing, and electives in Chemistry, Physics, Chemistry, Technology, or Geography.

The design of the BSc incorporates all of the existing programs. This will permit graduates from the existing Programs in Diploma in Mathematics and Computing, and Certificate in Mathematics, Computing and Science to progress easily to the next higher level one culminating in a:
BSc degree with a single major [BSc (Mathematics), or BSc (Computing)]
OR a
BSc degree with a double major [BSc(Mathematics, Computing)]
The Bachelor of Science Degree requires a total of 20 courses with the following distribution by level depending on whether it is a degree programme with a single major or a double major.

For a Single Major BSc Programme, the total number of courses by level should be:

First Year Courses: 8
Second Year Courses: 8
Third Year Courses: 4
TOTAL 20

For a Double Major BSc Programme, the total number of courses by level should be:

First Year Courses: 8
Second Year Courses: 6
Third Year Courses: 6
TOTAL 20

Basic Certificate in Science Programme

Full-time programme

The programme consists of eight (8) courses to be selected from existing pre-degree courses plus the required English course: ENO010 Advanced Language Skills.

Of this total, six should be selected from the core course category and two from the "elective category" and one required course.

Core Courses

The student must select at least three (3) core courses in the first semester. In the second semester, the student must take the second series of courses for those that were taken in semester one.

Semester One
BIO011    INTRODUCTION TO BIOLOGY I
CHO031    INTRODUCTION TO CHEMISTRY I
PHO021    INTRODUCTION TO PHYSICS I
MAO010    ALGEBRA
TEO051    INTRODUCTION TO TECHNOLOGY I

Semester Two
BIO012    INTRODUCTION TO BIOLOGY II
CHO032    INTRODUCTION TO CHEMISTRY II
PHO022    INTRODUCTION TO PHYSICS II
MAO020    CALCULUS
TEO052    INTRODUCTION TO TECHNOLOGY II

 

Elective courses

The student (who selects only three core courses per semester from the above category) may take only one of the following courses each semester.

Semester One
STO050    ELEMENTARY STATISTICS
CSB083    COMPUTER STUDIES

Semester Two
CSB083    COMPUTER STUDIES
STO050    ELEMENTARY STATISTICS


Certificate Programme:

This programme consists of six (6) courses selected from the available courses as defined below. The full load at this level (equivalent of a first year degree programme) should be four (4) courses per semester. However, a candidate taking the Certificate in Science Programme may take only three courses per semester as a full load. A student has a few options in selecting courses for the Certificate in Science Programme:

  1. The student may select all three courses from the core courses category in the first semester. Under this circumstance, the student must select the second series of the same courses for semester two.
  2. The student may select only two courses from the available core courses in semester one. Under this circumstance, the student may take only one other course from the elective course category in semester one. Semester two courses must be the second series of the first semester courses.
  3. A student is allowed to enrol in four courses per semester as long as she/he satisfies conditions (1) and (2) above.