You can design your own program by selecting courses from across any of RMIT’s disciplines as long as you have the necessary prerequisites and the chosen courses are approved in your study plan.
Choose up to six courses on the application form in case some are not available.
- Ensure the selected courses are available in your preferred semester and campus.
- All selected courses should be taught at the same campus (RMIT has three campuses in Melbourne), however due to close proximity, it may be possible to select mixture of courses between the Brunswick and City campuses.
- It is recommended that you check with your program that you will receive credit towards your present qualifications. You will need to be enrolled as a full time student while you are in Australia (36-48 credit points).
- It is recommended that you save your general electives for study at RMIT Melbourne.
Information for specific students:
Please note that some Bachelor of Business programs have program structure changes as from 2018. It is important that you read the information below before you complete the form.
How to check whether your program may be affected?
- Click on the program structure link of your program
- Scroll within the link and if you see under “Program Changes” that there is a Program Transition/Progression map, this means there is a new program structure. This may mean either a course within the program has changed title or being replaced by another course. If there is no “Program Changes”, it means that your program structure has not changed.
- Please download the Program Transition/Progression Map, which is an easy-to-use Excel tool, from your Enrolment Program Structure (EPS) to ensure you have the most up-to-date version.
- You will then be able to identify the changes with the courses within your program.
Links to the Business programs structure:
- BP254 - Bachelor of Business (Accountancy)
- BP251 - Bachelor of Business (Economics and Finance)
- BP030 - Bachelor of Business (Entrepreneurship)
- BP308 - Bachelor of Business (Information Systems)
- BP138 - Bachelor of Business (Information Systems) (Applied)
- BP253 - Bachelor of Business (International Business)
- BP255 - Bachelor of Business (Logistics and Supply Chain Management)
- BP143 - Bachelor of Business (Logistics and Supply Chain Management) (Applied)
- BP252 - Bachelor of Business (Marketing)
- BP217 - Bachelor of Business (Management)
Bachelor of Information Technology Students
There are some changes that were made to the BP162 program structure in 2019. Please ensure that you read the link provided to know the program structure you need to follow.
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