Exclusions for Higher School Certificate courses: Industrial Technology, Languages, Mathematics, Science, Studies of Religion

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Last Updated: 12 December 2011

HSC course Exclusion(s)

Industrial Technology
Industrial Technology (Electronics Technologies)

 Industrial Technology (Graphics Technologies)

 

Industrial Technology (Metals and Engineering Technologies)

units of competency within the Electrical/Electronic course stream or focus area level of the Metal and Engineering Curriculum Framework

 

units of competency within the Drawing, Drafting and Design course stream or focus area level of the Metal and Engineering Curriculum Framework

units of competency within the Production, Fabrication and Mechanical course streams or focus area levels of the Metal and Engineering Curriculum Framework

Languages
Croatian, Macedonian, Serbian

Malay, Indonesian


Only one of these languages can be counted in a student’s pattern of study.

Only one of these languages can be counted in a student's pattern of study.

Note: a background speaker of Malay who wishes to study Indonesian must enrol in the Indonesian and Literature course.

General Mathematics Can be studied with no other Mathematics course.
Senior Science – Preliminary Preliminary courses in Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Earth and Environmental Science
Studies of Religion I, Studies of Religion II Only one of these courses can be counted in a pattern of study.