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Course maps

Course maps are a visual tool that can help you understand the structure and rules of a course.

Course maps

Your course map may include the units required to complete your course, the suggested sequence of unit level and study period and links to the University Handbook* and course rules.

Download your course map

You can search for a course map by course code or course name. For example, 'A300' or 'Bachelor of Arts'. You can refine your search by adding the year of the course map.

You should choose the course map that matches the year and trimester or semester in which you started your course.

For example, if you first enrolled in the A300 Bachelor of Arts in Trimester 1 2021, you should use the course map for that course/year/study period. Ensure the year you started matches the year on your course map.

Download the course map, fill in your details, electives you would like to complete and any other information required. You can also Request a new or updated course map to be completed by a student adviser.

Search for your course map

If you are unable to see your course map, you can also find a direct link to your course map from your course entry in the University Handbook.

Sometimes course rules or structures change. If you are unsure, need advice or need a course map prior to 2014 please contact a Student Central.

*The University Handbook is the official repository of the Deakin’s curriculum (course and unit offerings).

Need help?

Our student advisers are here to help you with course advice, enrolment and general enquiries.