How to plan your course
Find your course entry in the University Handbook
The University Handbook is the official source of information on your course and each unit that we are offering in a particular year.
- Generally, you need to follow the course rules in the Handbook for the year you commenced your course.
- Look up your course. All courses require you to complete a fixed number of credit points.
- There may be compulsory core units, or you may need to choose units as electives or majors.
- Become familiar with your course rules and requirements. Make sure you refer back to, and follow these course rules to ensure you can progress within your course.
- When considering units to choose, check if there are prerequisite units that you need to study first.
Develop your course map
Course maps are a visual tool that can help you understand the structure and rules of your course. Most courses will also have a course map in the Handbook course entry.
The course map provides an overview of the units required to complete your course, the suggested sequence of unit level and study period and course rules.
Managing your enrolment
Once you are enrolled you may need to: