'Unit Set' is the term used to describe a set or group of units (subjects), which together, make up an approved major sequence or specialisation.
Not all courses include major sequences and/or specialisations as part of the course rules. Some courses have a prescribed set of units that must be completed to satisfy course requirements and structure.
Types of Unit Sets
Major sequence is a group of related units, formally approved by the Academic Board and listed in the University Handbook. A successfully completed major sequence will be listed on your academic transcript.
Specialisation is a group of related units, which are usually a further study within a particular area or field of study. A successfully completed specialisation will be listed on your academic transcript.
As a commencing or re-enrolling student, you may wish to add or withdraw a unit set. To add or withdraw from a unit set, please go to StudentConnect and click onto 'Enrol in Unit/Course'.
To identify if your course has either major sequences or specialisations, please see the University Handbook for more information.
Alternatively please contact your Faculty Course Adviser for guidance on your enrolment.