Tools to help plan your Bachelor of Arts, Science or Commerce courses - Section contents
Interactive tools to help you plan your subjects and majors.
The University is working to improve students’ experience in planning their courses and choosing subjects. To help inform a University-wide solution, we’ve developed prototype course planning tools for our three biggest student cohorts.
If you are an undergraduate student of Arts, Commerce, or Science, we invite you to use the planning tool for your course to plan out your subjects and majors.
Access the tools
These tools are still under development
Please be aware that:
- The information in these course planning tools is correct for semester 2, 2019 but may be subject to change. Before you enrol in subjects, please check all of the subject details in the Handbook in case of changes.
- These tools can be used up until 11 November, when the Handbook will be updated with 2020 subject information.
- These tools do not replace the normal enrolment process. They are to be used as a guide only to plan out your subjects and majors. You will still need to add and enrol in subjects via your Study Plan.
- These tools are not supported. If you experience technical issues, please let us know using the feedback tool then refer back to the Handbook for subject information.
How to get the most out of your course planning tool
- We recommend using Google Chrome on a desktop or laptop computer.
- Remember to check the Handbook for more detailed subject, assessment, contact hours and timetable details.
- Plan out your subjects and majors with the tool. Once you’ve chosen your subjects, enrol in them using the Study Plan.
- If you have any questions after you have created a course plan, you can ask for feedback from a course adviser:
- If you are a new student make sure you follow all the steps in Get Started at Melbourne to finalise your enrolment.
- If your course doesn’t have a planning tool yet (eg not Arts, Commerce or Science) please use the other course planning resources related your discipline to plan your subjects.
Tell us what you think of the tools by completing this short survey.