Choosing your courses
Plan your first year of study before you enrol. You need to find out the courses you are required to take and the elective courses you can enrol in.
You must enrol in three or four courses (45 to 80 points) each trimester to be a full-time student and meet the requirements of your student visa.
Each degree or programme has some courses that you have to take, called required courses. You must enrol in these courses. Many programmes also have elective courses—you can enrol in the elective courses that most interest you or suit your career goals.
Once you’ve decided which courses you’re interested in, you need to:
- check the lecture times to make sure that you have no timetable clashes
- check you have chosen three or four courses that total 45 to 80 points per trimester.
Find out more about choosing your degree and courses.
First-year students, you can use our quick reference course list to check which courses are required or recommended by your faculty for the first year of your degree and major(s). At the top of this list, you’ll need to select your faculty, then select your degree and major from the faculty table to locate the courses you must enrol in.
Students who are enrolling in the Master of Professional Business Analysis (MBusAn) must enrol in the courses listed in our Master’s programme required courses guide.
International Programme students
You must enrol in the courses that we have confirmed with you via email. There may also be some elective course options you can choose from.
Study Abroad and exchange students
You should enrol online only in courses that have been pre-approved for you during your course approval process. You must enrol in three or four courses (45 to 80 points) each trimester, even if you have been approved for more courses.
If you have questions about the course approval process, contact us.