Cross-Listing Units of Study
Crosslisting and the crosslisting search tool are only relevant to students who commenced their degree prior to 2014. From 2014 onwards, interdisciplinary units of study counting towards a particular major will now be included in table of units of study for that major.
The subject matter taught in a unit of study may span 2 or more subject areas (eg the senior unit of study ASNS3619 China and Globalisation counts towards an Asian Studies Major and also a History major). In these cases a unit may be cross-listed to one or more majors. The ‘cross-listing’ of a subject is a formal agreement between the departments involved, you can not apply to have a unit cross-listed to your major individually. If you choose to crosslist a unit to your major, it cannot then be counted towards another major. The number of cross-listed units that can count towards a major can vary, please refer to the Handbook Archive and view the Table of Units of Study for your chosen major in the year in which you began that major.
Steps to follow
Students should consult the rules for completion of their chosen major, as set out in the Handbook for the year in which you began your chosen major. Prerequisites placed on a unit of study may be waived if a student is intending to crosslist the unit to another major. Students must contact Student Services to enable their enrolment if they have not completed the prerequisites for a unit of study.
Students can the use this Search Tool to search for any available crosslisted units of study. Searching can be done in two ways, either by viewing a major and seeing what units can count towards it or by searching a Unit of study and seeing what majors it can count towards.
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Step 2. Select the way you want to search:
- The number of cross-listed units that can count towards a major can vary, please refer to the Handbook Archive and view the Table of Units of Study for your chosen major in the year in which you began that major.
- Units of study cannot be counted towards more than one major.
- Only those units of study which already appear in the tables as cross-listed units, or appear in the Search Tool above will be permitted for cross-listing.
- All normal enrolment deadlines apply.
Applying to crosslist a unit of study means to count that unit towards your degree, even though it isn’t listed under the core or elective units available. The ability to cross-list units of study in your degree will be stating in the resolutions of the degree you are studying. No crosslisting is available to Graduate Certificate students.
Please refer to the Postgraduate handbook to view the resolutions of your award course and check whether you are able to crosslist units to your degree. These units must fit within the core requirements for your degree.
Steps to follow
You will need to complete the Crosslist a unit of study form and have it approved by the relevant postgraduate coursework coordinator or degree director.
You will need to submit the form to the Student Services counter or via .