School of Health and Social Development

THE SCHOOL OF HEALTH AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT RE-ENROLMENT 2014

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STEPS TO ENROL:

STEP 1 - SEEK ADVICE ABOUT YOUR ENROLMENT

  • Already know what to do? Go to Step 2
  • I'm unsure of what I should enrol in, and I'm a Bachelor of Health Sciences student. Go to Step 3.
  • I'm unsure of what I should enrol in, and I'm NOT a Bachelor of Health Sciences student. Make an appointment.

STEP 2 - ENROL FOR 2014 - SEPTEMBER 2ND TO 29TH ONLY

Download your own course plan and structure, and complete as per the below examples (See KEY ENROLMENT TOOLS BELOW).

Go to StudentConnect and enrol for the WHOLE YEAR. The standard enrolment for full-time students is 4 units per semester, and 2 units per semester for part-time.

You're done!

STEP 3 - NEED MORE HELP?

Re-enrolment sessions are available during the month of September to Bachelor of Health Sciences students. See below for dates.

All other students should make an appointment with their Student Adviser using the online booking system.

RE-ENROLMENT SESSIONS - POSTGRADUATE AND BACHELOR OF HEALTH SCIENCES STUDENTS ONLY

If you think you need more assistance, you can come along to one of the re-enrolment sessions to get help with your enrolment. THESE SESSIONS ARE NOT COMPULSORY.

BURWOOD

Between 11am and 12.30pm in Room B3.16 on the following dates:

  • Monday and Tuesday 2 and 3 September
  • Monday - Wednesday 9, 10 , 11 September
  • Monday - Wednesday 16, 17, 18 September
  • Monday - Thursday 23, 24, 25, 26 September

GEELONG WAURN PONDS

Between 11am and 12.30pm in Room ka1.204 on the following dates:

  • Tuesday 3, 10, 17, 24 September

 

KEY ENROLMENT TOOLS:

MAJORS AND ELECTIVES - WHAT'S THE DIFFERENCE?

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USING A COURSE PLAN

A course plan, like a map, shows you where you have been and where you are going. Using the course structures found above, you will be able to map the units you have completed so far, and those left to do in a clearly outlined grid.

CASE STUDIES - BACHELOR OF HEALTH SCIENCES

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Case Study 1 - Majors: Physical Activity & Health and Nutrition

Case Study 2 - Majors: Health Promotion and People, Society & Disability

Case Study 3 - Majors: Health and Sustainability and Environmental Health

Case Study 4 - Physiotherapy/Medicine pathway

Case Study 5 - Dietetics pathway

 

INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS - IMPORTANT INFORMATION

As an international student, re-enrolment is necessary, and you must comply with the conditions of your visa, namely that you enrol FULL-TIME and that your enrolment will enable you to complete within the allocated time of your CoE. Visit the Deakin International website for more information.

 

YOUR CONTACTS:

Tin Partington and Aimee Carson - Burwood campus undergraduate courses
Stacie Bobele - Waurn Ponds campus undergraduate courses
Mark Kennedy - Dandenong Bachelor of Health Sciences
health-hsd@deakin.edu.au

Fiona Seymour - Social Work Waterfront campus
hsdsw@deakin.edu.au

Wendy Campbell - Occupational Therapy Waterfront campus
hsd-occtherapy@deakin.edu.au

Mandy Wells - Postgraduate courses
hsd-pgrad@deakin.edu.au

Deakin University acknowledges the traditional land owners of present campus sites.

3rd September 2013