Every student has a study plan. Your study plan is a map of what you need to do to complete your course at UTS and is based on course academic requirements as outlined in the UTS: Handbook.
Your study plan is displayed in My Student Admin and shows the subjects that you:
- have completed (passed, exempt and credited),
- are currently studying (enrolled), and
- still need to enrol in (planned)
It also shows the majors or sub-majors that you are hoping to complete.
The subjects on your study plan may be grouped in named sub-structures.
There are three types of sub-structures:
In order to reveal the actual subjects that belong to the sub-structure you must ensure it is expanded. If you see an eye-like symbol next to your study package title you will need to click on the symbol to expand the sub-structure.
Your faculty may have expanded some or all sub-structures for you.
Compulsory subjects from any sub-structure will appear as core when the sub-structure is expanded. Subjects in option lists don't appear straight away; instead you will see an options row with a credit point value. This means that you may choose subjects up to the indicated credit point value according to the course rules as set out in the UTS Handbook.
Each sub-structure has a unique code which you can find in the UTS: Handbook.
Core subjects are compulsory, and can not be changed.
Changing your study plan
If you need to make changes to components of your study plan, you should seek advice of your faculty.
To vary your study plan, you need to submit an e-Request.