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Annex 4

SUBJECT COMBINATIONS

1 Contents

As laid down in the second paragraph of Section 5 of Chapter 6 this annex lists the subjects that may be combined for the award of a Master of Arts/Science in Secondary Education.

2 Secondary Education grades 7—9

The subjects for specialisation for grades 7—9 of the compulsory school system are divided into the following subject groups:

  1. English, Mathematics, Home Languages and Swedish
  2. Art, Domestic and Consumer Studies, Physical Education and Health, Music and Handicrafts
  3. English, Modern Languages, Home Languages and Swedish as a Second Language
  4. Geography, History, Religion and Civics
  5. Biology, Physics, Chemistry and Technology
  6. English, Modern Languages, Home Languages, Swedish, Swedish as a Second Language and Sign Language, and
  7. Biology, Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and Technology

The subjects that may be combined for specialisation for grades 7—9 of the compulsory school system are the following:

  1. one subject from subject group 1 and two others from subject groups 3, 4, or 5 or alternatively two different modern language subjects from subject group 3
  2. one subject from subject group 2 and two subjects from subject groups 4, 6 or 7
  3. the subjects Art and Handicrafts from subject group 2 and one subject from subject groups 4, 6 or 7
  4. the subjects Art and Handicrafts from subject group 2
  5. three subjects from subject group 4 or subject group five,
  6. two of the subjects Swedish, Civics and Music, and
  7. the subject Art or the subject Music from subject group 2 and one subject from subject groups 4, 6 or 7.

3 Upper-secondary school

The subjects for specialisation for the upper-secondary school are divided into the following subject groups:

  1. English, Mathematics, Home Languages and Swedish
  2. English, Greek, Latin, Modern Languages, Home Languages, Swedish as a Second Language and Sign Language
  3. Philosophy, Business Economics, Geography, History, Law, Psychology, Religion and Civics
  4. Biology, Physics, Chemistry, Science Studies and Technology
  5. Physical Education and Health, and
  6. Art, Dance, Music and Drama.

The subjects that may be combined for specialisation for the upper-secondary school are the following:

  1. one subject from subject group 1 and another subject from subject groups 2, 3, or 4
  2. two subjects from subject groups 2, 3 or 4, or alternatively two different modern language subjects from subject group 2
  3. Physical Education and Health and one subject from subject groups 1, 2, 3 or 4
  4. one subject from subject group 6 and one subject from subject groups 1, 2, 3 or 4, and
  5. one subject from subject group 6 and an additional 90 credits in an elective subject area within subject group 6.

Ordinance (2013:924).

Last updated: 23 November 2015