Higher School Certificate Board Developed Courses

ACE 6002

Last Updated: 30 July 2019

 

SubjectsCoursesExtension Courses
Aboriginal Studies Aboriginal Studies  
Agriculture Agriculture  
Ancient History Ancient History HSC History Extension
Biology Biology HSC Science Extension  
Business Studies Business Studies  
Chemistry Chemistry HSC Science Extension  
Community and Family Studies Community and Family Studies  
Dance Dance  
Design and Technology Design and Technology  
Drama Drama  
Earth and Environmental Science Earth and Environmental Science HSC Science Extension   
Economics Economics  
Engineering Studies Engineering Studies  
English English Standard  
English Advanced Preliminary English Extension
  HSC English Extension 1
HSC English Extension 2
  English EAL/D  
  English Studies  
Food Technology Food Technology  
Geography Geography  
Industrial Technology Industrial Technology  
Information Processes and Technology Information Processes and Technology  
Investigating Science Investigating Science HSC Science Extension
Legal Studies Legal Studies  
Mathematics

Mathematics Standard

Mathematics Standard 1

Mathematics Standard 2

 
  Mathematics Advanced

Year 11

Mathematics Extension

 

HSC Mathematics Extension 11

HSC Mathematics Extension 21

Modern History Modern History HSC History Extension
Music Music 1

 

  Music 2

HSC Music Extension

Personal Development, Health and Physical Education Personal Development, Health and Physical Education  
Physics Physics  HSC Science Extension
Society and Culture Society and Culture  
Software Design and Development Software Design and Development  
Studies of Religion Studies of Religion I (1 Unit)
Studies of Religion II (2 Unit)
 
 
Textiles and Design Textiles and Design  
Visual Arts Visual Arts  

Languages

SubjectsCoursesExtension Courses
Arabic Arabic Beginners  
  Arabic Continuers HSC Arabic Extension
Armenian  Armenian Continuers  
Chinese  Chinese Beginners  
  Chinese Continuers HSC Chinese Extension
  Chinese in Context  
  Chinese and Literature  
Classical Greek Classical Greek Continuers HSC Classical Greek Extension
Classical Hebrew Classical Hebrew Continuers HSC Classical Hebrew Extension
Croatian  Croatian Continuers  
Dutch  Dutch Continuers  
Filipino Filipino Continuers  
French  French Beginners  
  French Continuers HSC French Extension
German  German Beginners  
  German Continuers  HSC German Extension
Hindi Hindi Continuers  
Hungarian  Hungarian Continuers  
Indonesian  Indonesian Beginners  
  Indonesian Continuers  HSC Indonesian Extension
  Indonesian in Context  
  Indonesian and Literature  
Italian  Italian Beginners  
  Italian Continuers  HSC Italian Extension
Japanese Japanese Beginners  
  Japanese Continuers HSC Japanese Extension
  Japanese in Context  
  Japanese and Literature  
Khmer Khmer Continuers  
Korean  Korean Beginners  
  Korean Continuers  
  Korean in Context  
  Korean and Literature  
Latin Latin Continuers HSC Latin Extension
Macedonian Macedonian Continuers  
Malay  Malay Background Speakers  
Maltese  Maltese Continuers  
Modern Greek Modern Greek Beginners  
  Modern Greek Continuers  HSC Modern Greek Extension
Modern Hebrew  Modern Hebrew Continuers  
Persian  Persian Continuers  
Polish Polish Continuers  
Portuguese Portuguese Continuers  
Punjabi Punjabi Continuers  
Russian  Russian Continuers  
Serbian Serbian Continuers  
Spanish Spanish Beginners  
  Spanish Continuers   HSC Spanish Extension
Swedish Swedish Continuers  
Tamil Tamil Continuers  
Turkish  Turkish Continuers  
Vietnamese Vietnamese Continuers  

 

VET Industry Curriculum Frameworks2

SubjectsCoursesSpecialisation Studies/Extension Courses
Automotive

Automotive (120 hours)

Automotive (240 hours) 

Automotive Specialisation Study (60 or 120 hours) 

Business Services

Business Services (120 hours)

Business Services (240 hours)

Business Services Specialisation Study (60 hours)

Business Services Extension (120 hours)

Construction

Construction (120 hours)

Construction (240 hours)

Construction School-based Apprenticeship (24 hours)

Construction Specialisation Study (60 or 120 or 180 or 240 hours)

Construction School-based Apprenticeship Specialisation Study (60 or 120 or 180 or 240 hours)

Electrotechnology

Electrotechnology (120 hours)

Electrotechnology (240 hours)

Electrotechnology Specialisation Study (60 or 120 hours)

Entertainment Industry

Entertainment Industry (120 hours)

Entertainment Industry (240 hours)

Entertainment Industry Specialisation Study (60 or 120 hours) 
Financial Services

Financial Services (120 hours)

Financial Services (240 hours)

Financial Services Specialisation Study (60 hours)
Hospitality

Hospitality (120 hours)

Hospitality (240 hours)

Hospitality Specialisation Study (60 or 120 or 180 or 240 hours)

Human Services

Human Services (240 hours)

Human Services (360 hours)

Human Services Specialisation Study (60 hours)

Information and Digital Technology

Information and Digital Technology (120 hours)

Information and Digital Technology (240 hours)

Information and Digital Technology Specialisation Study (60 or 120 or 180 or 240 hours)
Metal and Engineering

Metal and Engineering (120 hours)

Metal and Engineering (240 hours)

Metal and Engineering School-based Apprenticeship (240 hours)

Metal and Engineering Specialisation Study (60 or 120 hours)

Metal and Engineering School-based Apprenticeship Specialisation Study (60 or 120 hours)

Primary Industries

Primary Industries (120 hours)

Primary Industries (240 hours)

Primary Industries Specialisation Study (60 or 120 or 180 hours)

Primary Industries Extension (60 or 120 hours)

Retail Services

Retail Services (120 hours)

Retail Services (240 hours)

Community Pharmacy Specialisation Study (120 hours)

Wholesale Specialisation Study (60 hours)

Tourism, Travel and Events

Tourism, Travel and Events (120 hours)

Tourism, Travel and Events (240 hours)

 

Life Skills

SubjectsCourses
Community and Family Studies Community and Family Studies Life Skills
Creative Arts3 Creative Arts Life Skills
 

Dance Life Skills

  Drama Life Skills
  Music Life Skills
  Visual Arts Life Skills
English English Life Skills
Human Society and Its Environment4 Human Society and Its Environment Life Skills
  Ancient History Life Skills
  Aboriginal Studies Life Skills
  Business and Economics Life Skills
  Citizenship and Legal Studies Life Skills
  Geography Life Skills
  Modern History Life Skills
  Society and Culture Life Skills
  Studies of Religion I Life Skills
  Studies of Religion II Life Skills 
Mathematics Mathematics Life Skills
Personal Development, Health and
Physical Education
Personal Development, Health and
Physical Education Life Skills
Science Chemical World Science Life Skills
  Earth and Space Science Life Skills
  Investigating Science Life Skills 
  Living World Science Life Skills 
  Physical World Science Life Skills 
Technology5 Technology Life Skills
  Agriculture Life Skills
  Design and Technology Life Skills
  Food Technology Life Skills
  Industrial Technology Life Skills
  Information Processes and Technology Life Skills
  Textiles and Design Life Skills
Work and the Community  Work and the Community Life Skills

Notes:

  1. When a student is entered for Mathematics Extension 2, both Mathematics Extension 1 and Mathematics Extension 2 are counted as 2-unit courses.
  2. Courses in the VET Industry Curriculum Frameworks can be studied as Preliminary and/or HSC courses. Students studying a 240-hour VET Industry Curriculum Framework course may also enter for an HSC examination in the course.
  3. Each course derived from the Stage 6 Creative Arts Life Skills syllabus is considered to be a separate course for the purpose of a student’s pattern of study. The Creative Arts Life Skills course draws from outcomes and content from two or more of the following subjects: Dance Life Skills, Drama Life Skills, Music Life Skills or Visual Arts Life Skills. The Creative Arts Life Skills course must not duplicate any content or outcomes of courses that are also undertaken separately.  
  4. Each course derived from the Stage 6 Human Society and Its Environment Life Skills syllabus is considered to be a separate course for the purpose of a student’s pattern of study. The Human Society and Its Environment Life Skills course draws from outcomes and content from two or more of the following courses: Aboriginal Studies Life Skills, Ancient History Life Skills, Business and Economics Life Skills, Citizenship and Legal Studies Life Skills, Geography Life Skills, Modern History Life Skills, Society and Culture Life Skills, Studies of Religion I Life Skills or Studies of Religion II Life Skills. The Human Society and Its Environment Life Skills course must not duplicate any content or outcomes of courses that are also undertaken separately.
  5. Each course derived from the Technology Life Skills syllabus is considered to be a separate course for the purpose of a student’s pattern of study. The Technology Life Skills course draws from outcomes and content from two or more of the following subjects: Agriculture Life Skills, Design and Technology Life Skills, Food Technology Life Skills, Industrial Technology Life Skills, Information Processes and Technology Life Skills, and Textiles and Design Life Skills. The Technology Life Skills course must not duplicate any content or outcomes of courses that are also undertaken separately.