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Course and subject information

Before you start your subject enrolment you should check the UTS: Handbook  for your course completion requirements. You should check the Handbook from the year in which you first enrolled at UTS. 

As a UTS student, you are responsible for self-managing your continued enrolment in your course. Make sure that you regularly check that your personal and contact details are up to date on My Student Admin, and that your study plan is correct.

Study plan

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:

Compulsory subjects from any sub-structure will appear as core subjects. 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.

Choice blocks provide the option to choose one or more subjects or sub-structures from a list which may include an options list or electives.

Majors and sub majors are groups of subjects that once completed make you eligible to have that major or sub-major noted on your transcript.

Streams group together compulsory subjects and any associated option choices as a single entity eg. practicum subjects.

Subject activities are the classes or activities you need to do to complete a subject. A subject may consist of one or more activity groups (types) such as a:

  • lecture
  • tutorial
  • seminar
  • drop in
  • lab session
  • workshop.

Once you have enrolled in subjects via My Student Admin, you can choose your subject activities for your subjects in My Timetable (previously called My Subject Activities).

Study package status

In My Student Admin you can see a status against your course and subjects:

Offered (course):  Student has been offered but has not yet accepted offer.

Admitted (course): Student has accepted offer and can enrol in subjects.

Planned (subject): Subjects planned for the course of study. Planned core subjects cannot be changed but planned option subjects may be changed.

Approved (sub-structure): Owning faculty has approved the addition of sub-structure.

Enrolled (subject): Student has enrolled in subject for a specific year and study period and no result has yet been recorded for the subject.

Exempt (subject): Student has been granted exemption from studying the subject.

Credited (subject): Subject completed within another course at UTS and credit granted.

Passed (course or subject): Successfully completed the requirements of course / subject.

Failed (subject): Student did not meet requirements to complete subject.

Withdrawn (course): Withdrawn from an admitted status course.

Subject Materials

When you enrol in a subject, there are a number of supporting documents and materials which may assist you in the successful completion of your subject.

Subject Outline

Once you are enrolled in a subject, from the commencement of Orientation and Session Start you can find your subject outline in UTS Online. Your subject outline will provide you with detailed information about assessment tasks, textbooks, and other supporting materials that will support you in your subject.


You can find a general overview of your subject in the UTS Handbook.

Textbooks and Subject Notes

If your subject outline indicates that you are required to access textbooks or subject notes: