CASS Degrees and Program Plans

This page contains some important and useful tools for students to check their undergraduate and postgraduate programs.

Bachelor program plan

To check a CASS undergraduate program:

  1. Download the specific program plan. (Note that Year and Plan are separate links in the table below).

    Single degree students must complete 144 units (24 courses x 6 units per course). they have 48 units of electives. The plans below list the 48 units of electives for each program.

    Flexible Double Degree students must complete 96 units (16 courses x 6 units per course) per program. They do not have 48 units of electives in each program. Use the plans below to check your degree, but disregard 48 units listed on the plan. If you are in two CASS programs, download and complete both degree plans for each of your degrees.

    Bachelor of Arts students have both the single and Flexible Double degree versions of their degree.

  2. Fill it in using the link to the year started. Each block in the plan represents 6 units/one course (for example: POLS1005). Use one block per course. If you have completed a 12 unit course, use two blocks. Use the link to the degree rules listed to help work out your program, and access major/minor/program lists.
  3. Students may bring the completed plan to a CASS Undergraduate drop in session for checking.
  4. If you started your degree before 2014, you should consult the Study @ site. Students have 10 years maximum to complete their degree programs.

 

Degree Name

Degree Rules and program plans

Bachelor of Archaeological Practice

2014
Plan

2015
Plan

2016
Plan

2017
Plan

2018
Plan

2019

Plan

Bachelor of Art History and Curatorship

2014
Plan

2015
Plan

2016
Plan

2017
Plan

2018
Plan

2019

Plan

Bachelor of Arts

2014
Single

Plan

 

FDD

Plan

2015
Single

Plan

 

FDD

Plan

2016
Single

Plan

 

FDD

Plan

2017
Single

Plan

 

FDD

Plan

2018
Single

Plan

 

FDD

Plan

2019

Single

Plan

 

FDD

Plan

Bachelor of Classical Studies

2014
Plan

2015
Plan

2016
Plan

2017
Plan

2018
Plan

2019

Plan

Bachelor of Criminology

2014
Plan

2015
Plan

2016
Plan

2017
Plan

2018
Plan

2019

Plan

Bachelor of Design Arts

2014
Plan

2015
Plan

2016
Plan

     

Bachelor of Design

     

2017
Plan

2018
Plan

2019

Plan

Bachelor of Development Studies

2014
Plan

2015
Plan

2016
Plan

2017
Plan

2018
Plan

2019

Plan

Bachelor of Environmental Studies

2014
Plan

2015
Plan

2016
Plan

2017
Plan

   

Bachelor of European Studies

2014
Plan

2015
Plan

2016
Plan

2017
Plan

2018
Plan

2019

Plan

Bachelor of International Relations

2014
Plan

2015
Plan

2016
Plan

2017
Plan

2018
Plan

2019

Plan

Bachelor of Languages

2014
Plan

2015
Plan

2016
Plan

2017
Plan

2018
Plan

2019

Plan

Bachelor of Latin American Studies

2014
Plan

2015
Plan

2016
Plan

2017
Plan

   

Bachelor of Middle Eastern and Central Asian Studies

2014
Plan

2015
Plan

2016
Plan

2017
Plan

2018
Plan

2019

Plan

Bachelor of Music

2014
Plan

2015
Plan

2016
Plan

2017
Plan

2018
Plan

2019

Plan

Bachelor of Philosophy

2014
Plan

2015
Plan

2016
Plan

2017
Plan

2018
Plan

2019

Plan

Bachelor of Policy Studies

2014
Plan

2015
Plan

2016
Plan

2017
Plan

2018
Plan

 

Bachelor of Public Policy          

2019

Plan

Bachelor of Political Science

   

2016
Plan

2017
Plan

2018
Plan

2019

Plan

Bachelor of Politics, Philosophy and Economics

2014
Plan

2015
Plan

2016
Plan

2017
Plan

2018
Plan

2019

Plan

Bachelor of Visual Arts

2014
Plan

2015
Plan

2016
Plan

2017
Plan

2018
Plan

2019

Plan

Diploma of Creative Design      

2017

Plan

2018

Plan

2019

Plan

Diploma of Languages

2014
Plan

2015
Plan

2016
Plan

2017
Plan

 

 

Diploma of Liberal Studies

     

2017
Plan

2018
Plan

2019

Plan

Diploma of Music

     

2017
Plan

2018
Plan

2019

Plan

Please note:

  • Students are required to follow the rules of their program/programs according to the year that they started. Students who change their degree through a program transfer should follow the rules of the program/programs according to the year they started the new program/programs. However, students now have an option that if they start a program and then transfer to a new program they may elect to follow the rules of the program according to the original year they started. If students choose this option, they must send an email to ug [dot] students [dot] cass [at] anu [dot] edu [dot] au to advise the student office to note this on the transcript. When you fill in your plan, please state which year's rules you are following on the top of the plan.
    Example: A student starts a BA in 2014. If they were to stay in the BA, they must follow the 2014 rules (including which majors and minors they can choose). If they were to program transfer to a BA/BPPE in 2016, they would have to follow the 2016 rules for the BPPE. However, they may choose to follow the 2014 rules for the BA instead of the 2016 if they prefer. 
  • In college/out of college courses: Students in single degrees have a maximum of 48 units of elective credit that can come from courses that are considered "out of college." FDD students have NO PROVISION for out of college courses in their CASS degrees. A CASS course is defined as being a course that appears in a major, minor or specialisation in the Bachelor of Arts, or offered by CASS, of any year.
  • If a student is undertaking a degree and new courses are added to the major, minor, specialisations or program lists in years consequent to the year's rules they are following, these courses can count retrospectively.
  • Students are expected to complete their degree according to the rules that were in place at the time they enrolled. So, a student who enrolled in a Bachelor of Arts in 2013 is expected to complete the 2013 version of the program, even if the program has evolved. Students are allowed to count courses that have been more recently added to Majors, Minors, and Specialisations. That is, a student who enrolled in 2013 and intends to complete a Major in Political Science may be allowed to count a course that was added to that Major in 2014. They will not be allowed to count Majors, Minors, and Specialisations that were not named in the version of the degree in which they are enrolled.

Coursework Student Guide

The CASS Coursework Student Guide gives information about understanding the rules of your CASS undergraduate degree.

Master program plan

To check a CASS Master program:

  1. Download the specific program plan. (Note that Year and Plan are separate links in the table below).
  2. Fill it in using the link to the year started. Each block in the plan represents 6 units/one course (for example: ANTH1001). Use one block per course. If you have completed a 12 unit course, use two blocks. Use the link to the degree rules listed to help work out your program, and access specialisation lists if applicable.
  3. Students may bring the completed plan to a CASS drop-in advising session for checking.
  4. If you started your degree before 2014, you should consult the Study @ site

 

Degree Name

Degree Rules and program plans

Master of Anthropology

2015
Plan

2016
Plan

2017

Plan

2018

Plan

2019

Plan

Master of Anthropology (Advanced)

2015

2016

2017

Plan

2018

Plan

2019

Plan

Master of Applied Anthropology & Participatory Development

2015

Plan

2016

Plan

2017

Plan

2018

Plan

2019

Plan

Master of Applied Anthropology & Participatory Development (Advanced)

2015

2016

2017

2018

Plan

2019

Plan

Master of Applied Anthropology & Participatory Development - Online

 

 

 

2018

Plan

2019

Plan

Master of Applied Anthropology & Participatory Development - Online (Advanced)

 

 

 

2018

Plan

2019

Plan

Master of Archaeological & Evolutionary Science

 

 

 

2018

Plan

2019

Plan

Master of Archaeological & Evolutionary Science (Advanced)

 

 

 

2018

Plan

2019

Plan

Master of Archaeological Science 2015

2016

Plan

2017

Plan

 

 
Master of Archaeological Science (Advanced) 2015 2016 2017    
Master of Arts – Arts Administration / Master of Museum & Heritage Studies

 

 

2017

Plan

2018

Plan

2019

Plan

Master of Art History & Curatorial Studies

2015

Plan

2016

Plan

2017

Plan

2018

Plan

2019

Plan

Master of Art History & Curatorial Studies (Advanced)

2015

Plan

2016

Plan

2017

Plan

2018

Plan

2019

Plan

Master of Biological Anthropology 2015

2016

Plan

2017

Plan

 

 
Master of Biological Anthropology (Advanced) 2015 2016 2017    
Master of Classical Studies

2015

Plan

2016

Plan

2017

Plan

 

 

Master of Classical Studies (Advanced) 2015 2016 2017    

Master of Culture, Health & Medicine

2015

2016

Plan

2017

Plan

2018

Plan

2019

Plan

Master of Culture, Health & Medicine (Advanced)

2015

2016

2017

Plan

2018

Plan

2019

Plan

Master of Demography

 

 

2017

Plan

2018

Plan

2019

Plan

Master of Demography (Advanced)

 

 

2017

Plan

2018

Plan

2019

Plan

Master of Design

 

 

2017

 

2018

Plan

2019

Plan

Master of Design (Advanced)

 

 

2017

 

2018

Plan

2019

Plan

Master of Digital Humanities & Public Culture

 

2016

Plan

2017

Plan

2018

Plan

2019

Plan

Master of Digital Humanities & Public Culture (Advanced)

 

2016

Plan

2017

Plan

2018

Plan

2019

Plan

Master of General & Applied Linguistics

2015

Plan

2016

Plan

2017

Plan

2018

Plan

2019

Plan

Master of General & Applied Linguistics (Advanced)

2015

Plan

2016

Plan

2017

Plan

2018

Plan

2019

Plan

Master of Globalisation

2015

Plan

2016

Plan

2017

Plan

2018

Plan

 

Master of Globalisation (Advanced)

2015

Plan

2016

Plan

2017

Plan

2018

Plan

 

Master of History

2015

Plan

2016

Plan

2017

Plan

2018

Plan

2019

Plan

Master of History (Advanced)

2015

2016

2017

2018

Plan

2019

Plan

Master of Middle Eastern & Central Asian Studies

2015

Plan

2016

Plan

2017

Plan

2018

Plan

2019

Plan

Master of Middle Eastern & Central Asian Studies (Advanced)

2015

2016

2017

2018

Plan

2019

Plan

Master of Museum & Heritage Studies

2015

Plan

2016

Plan

2017

Plan

2018

Plan

2019

Plan

Master of Museum & Heritage Studies (Advanced)

2015

Plan

2016

Plan

2017

Plan

2018

Plan

2019

Plan

Master of Social Research

2015

2016

2017

Plan

2018

Plan

2019

Plan

Master of Social Research (Advanced)

2015

2016

2017

Plan

2018

Plan

2019

Plan

Master of Studies

2015

Plan

2016

Plan

2017

Plan

2018

Plan

2019

Plan

Master of Studies (Advanced)

 

 

 

2018

Plan

2019

Plan

Master of Translation

2015

2016

2017

Plan

2018

Plan

2019

Plan

Master of Translation (Advanced)

2015

2016

2017

Plan

2018

Plan

2019

Plan

Master of Visual Arts

2015

2016

2017

2018

Plan

 

2019

Plan

 

Master of Visual Arts (Advanced)

2015

2016

2017

2018

Plan

2019

Plan

Please note:

  • Students are required to follow the rules of their program/programs according to the year that they started. Students who change their degree through a program transfer should follow the rules of the program/programs according to the year they started the new program/programs. However, students now have an option that if they start a program and then transfer to a new program they may elect to follow the rules of the program according to the original year they started. If students choose this option, they must send an email to ug [dot] students [dot] cass [at] anu [dot] edu [dot] au to advise the Student Office to note this on the transcript. When you fill in your plan, please state which year's rules you are following on the top of the plan.
    Example: A student starts a BA in 2014. If they were to stay in the BA, they must follow the 2014 rules (including which majors and minors they can choose). If they were to program transfer to a BA/BPPE in 2016, they would have to follow the 2016 rules for the BPPE. However, they may choose to follow the 2014 rules for the BA instead of the 2016 if they prefer. 
  • If a student is undertaking a degree and new courses are added to the major, minor, specialisations or program lists in years consequent to the year's rules they are following, these courses can count retrospectively.
  • Students are expected to complete their degree according to the rules that were in place at the time they enrolled. So, a student who enrolled in a Bachelor of Arts in 2013 is expected to complete the 2013 version of the program, even if the program has evolved. Students are allowed to count courses that have been more recently added to Majors, Minors, and Specialisations. That is, a student who enrolled in 2013 and intends to complete a Major in Political Science may be allowed to count a course that was added to that Major in 2014. They will not be allowed to count Majors, Minors, and Specialisations that were not named in the version of the degree in which they are enrolled.

Coursework Student Guide

The 2018 Coursework Student Guide gives information about understanding the rules of your CASS undergraduate degree.

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