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Course enrolment guides for undergraduates

Enrolment recommendation for your program
Semester 2, 2017

For the rules of your program refer to the 2017 Handbook to complete your degree.

Key dates
  • Last day to enrol for Semester 2 2017 - 30 July 2017.
  • Census date - 31 August 2017 (last day to drop courses without financial penalty).
Enrolment load
  • Domestic students: enrol in one, two, three or four courses for each semester.
  • International students: enrol in four courses each semester to fulfill student visa requirements
Applying for Course Credit/Advanced Standing

Apply online via this form before 30 June, 2017

If you have been awarded course credits in your offer you will need to:

  1. Review the online handbook with regards to the next sequence of courses you should enrol in.
  2. You may like to complete a progression plan form to assist you in understanding what courses you should enrol in for your first and following semesters, to complete your degree.
Business School majors

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Need More Help?
  • If you are have trouble enrolling or need advice about what courses to enrol in contact Business School Student Centre: +61 2 9385 3189 or submit an online form

Undergraduate degree programs

S2 2017 enrolment recommendations will be available from Wednesday, 26 April, 2017

Note: the information below refers to S2 2017 enrolment only

Actuarial studies

Bachelor of Actuarial Studies / Bachelor of Science (3154)

You need to enrol in the following three Actuarial compulsory core courses and one Science course:

For more information about your Science program, please contact the Faculty of Science.

Bachelor of Actuarial Studies / Bachelor of Science (Advanced Maths) (3589)

You need to enrol in the following three Actuarial studies compulsory core courses and one Science course:

For more information about your Science (Advanced Maths) (Hons) program, please contact the Faculty of Science.

Commerce

Bachelor of Commerce / Bachelor of Science (Advanced Maths) (3523)

You need to enrol in the following two Commerce core courses plus two Science (Adv Maths) courses:

Please note: that the course ECON1203 is not required, being replaced by MATH2901 in the BSc component. For further information about your Advanced Maths (Hons) program, please contact the Faculty of Science.

Bachelor of Commerce / Advanced Science (3593)

You need to enrol in the following two Commerce core courses, one core statistics course, plus one Science course:

Note for Core Statistics course: Students should select the MATH or PSYC course required for their Advanced Science major. If an Advanced Science major does not require a MATH or PSYC course (for example the Pathology and Vision Science majors) or if the Advanced Science major does not require one of the statistics courses listed above, students should complete ECON1203. Students who complete ECON1203 to satisfy the requirement will have the course counted towards their Commerce degree component.

For further information about your Science program, please contact the Faculty of Science.

Bachelor of Commerce / Bachelor of Arts (3573)

You need to enrol in the following three Commerce core courses plus one Arts course:

For further information about your Arts program please contact the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences.

Bachelor of Commerce / Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (3764) (Administered by the Faculty of Engineering)

If you are undertaking a dual program with Engineering you will need to start off the first semester with science and engineering courses as outlined in the  UNSW Online Handbook.

For further information about your engineering program, please contact the Faculty of Engineering.

Bachelor of Commerce / Bachelor of Science (3529)

You need to enrol in the following two Commerce core courses, plus one Science course:

Note for Core Statistics course: Students should select the MATH or PSYC course required for their Advanced Science major. If an Advanced Science major does not require a MATH or PSYC course (for example the Pathology and Vision Science majors) or if the Advanced Science major does not require one of the statistics courses listed above, students should complete ECON1203. Students who complete ECON1203 to satisfy the requirement will have the course counted towards their Commerce degree component.

For further information about your Science program, please contact the Faculty of Science.

Economics

Bachelor of Economics (3543)

You need to enrol in the following compulsory core courses:

Bachelor of Economics / Bachelor of Arts (3574)

You need to enrol in the following three Economics core courses plus one Arts course:

For further information about your Arts program, please contact the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences.

Bachelor of Economics / Bachelor of Education (4058) (Administered by the FASS)

You need to enrol in the following three Economics core courses plus one Education course:

For further information about your Education program please contact the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, School of Education.

Bachelor of Economics / Bachelor of Science (3563)

You need to enrol in the following two Economics core courses plus two Science courses:

  • ECON1101 Microeconomics 1
  • ONE Business School First-Year elective
  • TWO Level one Science courses (depending on the choice of Science major)

For further information about your Science program, please contact the Faculty of Science.

Bachelor of Economics / Bachelor of Science (Advanced Mathematics) (3564)

You need to enrol in the following two Economics core courses plus two Advanced Maths (Hons) courses:

Please note: that the course ECON1203 is not required, being replaced by MATH courses in the Advanced Maths (Hons) component. For further information about your Advanced Maths (Hons) program, please contact the Faculty of Science .

Bachelor of Economics / Bachelor of Science (Advanced Science) (3566)

You need to enrol in the following two Economics core courses plus two Advanced Science (Hons) courses:

For further information about your Science program, please contact the Faculty of Science.

Information Systems

How to choose your courses and enrol

Check above to see if enrolment is open for your semester and follow the steps below.

Step 1

Select your courses via our Undergraduate or Postgraduate enrolment guides or UNSW Handbook

Step 2

Check UNSW timetable to plan your course schedule

Step 3

Once your courses are planned you are ready to enrol via myUNSW. View the How to video or PDF guide for details.

Step 4

To access all of the UNSW online services create your ZPass. Create this now to receive UNSW information that is important to you.

Great! You are now a UNSW Business student.

Watch a step by step guide through the enrolment process

Other essential info

Study Skills to help you succeed

Complete the online ELISE study skills course (mandatory for all new Undergraduate students)

Other Faculty welcomes

For students studying dual degrees, please attend other Faculty welcomes

How to get your student ID

Student ID cards are issued to all students to have access university services

What's next?

Be prepared for starting university by attending Orientation and know more about settling in