The University's statutes and regulations are currently under review. More information can be found on the University's legislative review here.
1. For the purposes of these Regulations, the degrees, diplomas and certificates of the University are those approved by the Senate and currently available.
2. Subject to the approval of the Academic Board—
(a) a faculty must determine the course requirements for eachcourse that it offers;
(b) the Board of the Graduate Research School must determine the course requirements for each course for which it has overall administrative responsibility.
4. To qualify for the award of a degree, diploma or certificate of the University a student must—
(a) complete the relevant course requirements as specified in the rules which apply to that degree, diploma or certificate; and
(b) comply with all rules which apply to that degree, diploma or certificate; and
5. A faculty must submit to the Academic Board for approval details of each unit that it proposes to offer including the name, the points value, a brief description of content and details of the course or courses in which it will be offered.
6. A faculty must submit to the Academic Board for approval details of each major or major sequence that it proposes to offer.
7. A faculty must publish in a handbook details of the units it offers which must include for each unit:
(a) the code;
(b) the title;
(c) the points value;
(d) the name of the unit coordinator;
(e) a brief description;
(f) details of the semester(s) in which it is offered;
(g) details of any prerequisites or co-requisites;
(h) details of any units with which it is incompatible;
(i) the number of contact hours and type of contact; and
(j) details of the method of assessment.
8. A faculty may publish in a handbook information about the courses it offers and about policies which apply but if this information conflicts with the statutes, regulations and rules of the University, the statutes, regulations and rules prevail.