The University Handbook contains information for currently enrolled students. Within each of the faculty and University school handbooks comprising the University Handbook, you will find the course resolutions, course component requirements, units of study and their enrolment rules that you will need to follow to complete your studies.
When planning your studies, you need to refer to the handbooks to ensure you meet the specific requirements of your award course.
Your degree will be made up of different course components that fit together to determine what you study.
Make sure you understand your course requirements and the options available to you. It’s helpful to think ahead. Planning out your units each semester and being aware of your progress is an important part of making sure you’re successful in your course.
Read more about course components and planning your course.
Watch our video to help understand the different types of units and how they come together to structure your course.
|Handbook||Date originally published|
|Architecture, Design and Planning||21 November 2022|
|Arts and Social Sciences Postgraduate||21 November 2022|
|Arts and Social Sciences Undergraduate||21 November 2022|
|Business School Postgraduate||21 November 2022|
|Business School Undergraduate||21 November 2022|
|Engineering Postgraduate||21 November 2022|
|Engineering Undergraduate||21 November 2022|
|Medicine and Health Postgraduate||21 November 2022|
|Medicine and Health Undergraduate||21 November 2022|
|Science Postgraduate||21 November 2022|
|Science Undergraduate||21 November 2022|
|Sydney Conservatorium of Music||21 November 2022|
|Sydney Law School||21 November 2022|
|Interdisciplinary Studies||21 November 2022|