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A group of related units as listed in the Handbook under your enrolled course is called a major sequence (in undergraduate courses) or a specialisation (in postgraduate courses).
To meet the rules of a major sequence in a Faculty of Business and Law undergraduate degree you must complete a minimum of six credit points with a minimum of two credit points at each of levels two and three of your course.
You can read more about the range of available disciplines and career opportunities in the Faculty courses pages.
All students enrolled in the Bachelor of Business Information Systems, Bachelor of Commerce or Bachelor of Management and combined courses can count units towards more than one major, however there must be at least two units contributing to the first major which are not also counted in the second major.
This double counting of units rule also applies to postgraduate specialisations.