Bachelor of Design
A major is a sequence of subjects that you complete throughout your degree. In the Bachelor of Design, each major consists of a sequence of subjects that progressively build a depth of disciplinary knowledge.
Bachelor of Environments
Sample course plans for majors offered in the Bachelor of Environments.
Your two best references for course information and advice are Stop 1 and the University Handbook.
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Enrolling in Subjects
Your Study Plan allows you to plan and enrol in the subjects that make up your course. You must enrol in subjects every semester to maintain your enrolment.
Leave of Absence
Unexpected things sometimes happen in life or maybe you even have an itch to travel and see the world before knuckling down. If you wish to take time off from the course you're currently enrolled in, you may be able to apply for a leave of absence.
Advanced Standing (Credit)
If you’re about to undertake a course at the University of Melbourne and have completed previous study at a tertiary level, you may be eligible to receive credit (advanced standing) towards your degree.
Workload & Overloading
If you wish to undertake more than a standard study load during any given semester, you must apply to overload. If you’re nearing the end of your course and need more credit points to fill the course requirements, you may be eligible to over-enrol.
Course withdrawal refers to the process of permanently withdrawing yourself from your course (degree). If you would like to resume your studies in the discontinued course in the future, you will need to reapply.
Once you’ve enrolled in your subjects, you will be ready to register for classes and create your timetable.
Need enrolment assistance?
Stop 1 provides enrolment and other support to Bachelor of Design, Bachelor of Environments and Melbourne School of Design students.