If you’re eligible, the next step is to work out what your course will look like in the new curriculum and how this change will affect your progression so far.
If you move into the new curriculum, you can’t go back to your previous course requirements so it’s important that you consider carefully how this change will affect you.
First, check your current course resolutions to understand how your course is currently structured.
Work out how you’ve progressed so far and what credit you may be eligible for in the new course.
If you apply to change to a course in the new curriculum, you will be asked to nominate the major and minor, or two majors that you intend to complete in the new course.
If you are currently completing a major that counts toward your degree, it’s likely that this will count towards a major/minor in your new course. Some majors, however, will not be available in 2018 as there are no Year 2 units of study available, so it’s important to check this first.
If your major/minor is not available and you choose to move to the new curriculum, you will not be able to be continue in your current study areas.
Select your major(s) below to see a model for how your course will look in the new curriculum. The structures shown in this study plan are meant as a guide only.
If you can’t find your major in the list, Year 2 is not available in 2018 in the new curriculum.
Most majors can also be taken as a minor. Check the list of majors in the course model above to see your options.
The following minors will also have Year 2 available in 2018 in the new curriculum course:
Before you apply to change to a combined award course that includes the Bachelor of Advanced Studies, you should consider the following:
If you’re an international student and change to a combined Bachelor of Advanced Studies, you should also check the information for international students about how this will impact your electronic Confirmation of Enrolment and student visa.