Searching for class details
Find out how to search for your classes and see the available times.
Video tutorial: Searching for class details
- Sign into Student Services Online.
- From the home page quick links, click Class Search.
- Select the term (semester) of the class.
- Select subject (or enter the abbreviation for the subject) that the class is part of (eg, 'POPLHLTH' for Population Health).
- Enter the course number if you know it (eg, '102' for POPLHLTH 102).
- Select the course career for the class.
- Formal Award—all bachelors and masters degrees, honours programmes, postgraduate and graduate diplomas and certificates.
- Continuing Education—the learning opportunities offered to regional community and professional bodies. To find a Continuing Education course, instead of signing into Student Services Online, visit the Centre for Continuing Education website.
- Contract Programmes—you should only select this course career if you have been advised to do so by the University.
- Doctoral—Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) and the University’s other higher doctorates.
- Foundation Studies—the preparation course for students who have not yet qualified for university entrance.
- New Start—the bridging course for adults returning to study, with or without university entrance.
- Click Search.
- If you are looking for all the courses for a particular Stage within a subject area, enter the number for the Stage (eg '2' for all year two courses) and select ‘contains’ from the course number drop-down list.
- You will be given a list of all courses that have the number 2 in it.
- Some Stage 1 and 3 courses will be displayed that have a 2 (eg, 102, 332), but all Stage 2 courses will be displayed.
View class details
- On the search results page, click View All Classes at the top of the results table if there are more than three classes in your search results.
- Click on the number link for a class to find out more about it, such as:
- whether it has related classes, such as a lab, tutorial or workshop
- any prerequisites or restrictions that could prevent you completing your enrolment in that class
- which campus it is taught at
- when it will be taught
- how many places are available in the class.