Subject prerequisites are subjects studied in Year 11 and Year 12 that are considered necessary for applicants to have completed to qualify for entry into certain undergraduate programs.
Only a few USC undergraduate programs require applicants to satisfy prerequisite requirements. The majority of USC programs list subjects as recommended study only. This indicates that completion of these subjects in Years 11 and 12 would be beneficial, not compulsory for admission into these programs.
The following subject prerequisites are expressed as minimum achievement levels in Queensland Curriculum and Assessment Authority (QCAA) subjects.
Select the program you want to study from the list below to view the prerequisite equivalent subjects:
- Education Programs (Early Childhood and Primary)
- Education Programs (Secondary)
- Engineering Programs
- Bachelor of Recreation and Outdoor Environmental Studies
- Law Programs
- Occupational Therapy
Prerequisites: English; one of Biology, Chemistry, Physics or HPE
(a combination of any two of the Science/HPE subjects where 2 semesters of each have a grade of SA or higher will also meet the prerequisite)
- Bachelor of Science/Bachelor of Science (Honours) Deans Scholars Program