Your enrolment at university is governed by different resolutions, rules, policies, procedures and local provisions. This page highlights the rules most relevant to your candidature.
The resolutions specify how many credit points you must gain, what are your core or elective units of study, what are the requirements for honours, etc.
- The Engineering and Information Technologies Undergraduate Handbook and Engineering and Information Technologies Postgraduate Handbook list the Faculty Resolutions (which apply to all students in the faculty) and the course resolutions (there are separate course resolutions for each of our single and combined degrees, eg BE; BIT; BPM, MPM, BE/BA etc).
- The University of Sydney (Coursework) Rule 2000 (as amended) contains higher level requirements which apply to every student.
The University Policy Register is the formal location for all formal university policies and procedures. We recommend that students be aware of formal policies and procedures relevant to any issues you experience during your candidature.
Local Provisions and Procedures
University policies and procedures apply to all students. However, there are some exact details of procedure that vary from faculty to faculty. This section (and the submenu links on the left) contains links to the Engineering and IT specific provisions and procedures most relevant to your candidature.