SUBJECT SCHEDULES

When reading award requirements or choosing majors, students may be directed to choose subjects from one or more of three principal schedules.

MASTER SCHEDULE OF SUBJECTS

SCHEDULE OF ARTS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES SUBJECTS

SCHEDULE OF SCIENCE SUBJECTS

MASTER SCHEDULE OF SUBJECTS

All subjects which can be studied towards an award of the University are listed in a table known as the Master Schedule of Subjects.

SCHEDULE OF ARTS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES SUBJECTS

Contains subjects usually available to Arts and Social Sciences students. These are subjects beginning with the prefixes AN AR AY CI CN CU CV EL FR GA GR HI HU IA IT JA JB JN MU NM PL PT PY SS SY TH VA WC and WS as well as other selected subjects.

SCHEDULE OF SCIENCE SUBJECTS

Contains subjects usually available to Science students. These are subjects beginning with the prefixes AG AQ AS BS BT BZ CP EA MA MB PH and ZL as well as other selected subjects.

STRUCTURE OF THE SCHEDULES

Subjects are shown under each campus or teaching centre where they are available. The following columns appear in each schedule.

SUBJECT CODE

A six character subject code is followed by the credit points value of the subject, separated by a colon. The first two characters designate the discipline area and the third character the level at which the subject is studied. For example, AN2013:03 is an Anthropology subject studied at level two which is worth three credit points.

STUDY PERIOD AND MODE

The study period and mode of delivery are displayed. For full details, refer to the section on Study Periods.

MODE OF DELIVERY

Specifies the mode of delivery:

ISubjects offered via internal mode require regular attendance at classes over most weeks of a study period and are usually held on campus. Internal mode subjects offered during Study Period 1 or Study Period 2 are generally of 13 weeks duration.
BSubjects offered via block mode require attendance at classes conducted via block teaching sessions and may be held on or off campus. For example: classes may be held from 9.00am - 5.00pm Saturday and Sunday for three consecutive weekends, or may be held three nights per week for, say, four weeks.
LSubjects offered via limited attendance mode are offered via flexible delivery and require some on-campus attendance for classes. Flexible delivery may incorporate the delivery of teaching material wholly or in part via the Internet, print material or CD Rom. Practicum subjects are sometimes also recorded as limited attendance mode subjects.
XSubjects offered via external mode are offered via flexible delivery and require no on-campus attendance for classes. Flexible delivery may incorporate the delivery of teaching material wholly or in part via the Internet, print material or CD Rom.

SUBJECT

The name of the subject.

PREREQUISITE SUBJECTS

A subject or condition which must be successfully completed before a later subject can be studied.

INADMISSABLE SUBJECTS

Credit will not be permitted for both the subject and the subject(s) listed opposite it in the Inadmissible Subject Combination column as there is a substantial amount of similar academic content in each subject.

MASTER SCHEDULE OF SUBJECTS

see Subject Schedules

SCHEDULE OF ARTS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES SUBJECTS

see Subject Schedules

SCHEDULE OF SCIENCE SUBJECTS

see Subject Schedules

SUBJECT DESCRIPTIONS

see All Subjects