To make the most of your course, it's important to understand your course structure, choose the right subjects, and explore the options available to you.
Course Planning 101 Q&A Sessions 6 Jan - 17 Feb
Commencing students are invited to book in for a live Course Planning Q&A Session where course advisors will cover the basics and be available to answer questions. There are general sessions for all commencing bachelor and masters students as well as degree-specific sessions for selected bachelor degrees. Sessions are running from 6 January to 17 February. Register now.
How to plan your course
Develop and refine a course plan to achieve your goals and ensure you are on track to graduate.
Faculty course planning resources
As a student, decisions about subject choices, major selections, and study pathways are yours. The following resources will assist in informing these choices to ensure you maximise your university experience.
Choosing your major
Research and planning is key to choosing your major in your undergraduate course. Learn about your options and check the requirements you will need to meet.
A breadth subject is a subject from a different area of study to the degree that you are enrolled in. Breadth subjects are only available to undergraduate students.
Each undergraduate degree will offer their own style of a Discovery Subject, designed to support your introduction to University.
Find out about study periods to make the most of flexible subject options and know how to meet your enrolment requirements.
A standard full-time study load is 50 credit points per half-year period. However, you may be able to increase or decrease your study load if required.
Failing a subject
Information on what happens if you've failed a subject and what next steps you should take.
Making changes to your course
Understand your options if your personal or academic circumstances change.
Need help with planning your course and subjects?
Submit an online enquiry or book an appointment with one of our course advisers, who can help you with course rules and structure, choosing subjects, using the Study Plan, checking you're on track to graduate and more.