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Faculty of Medicine,
Nursing and Health Sciences
Information Session
Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Social Work
Enrolment Procedure
2.
1. Collect Enrolment Pack and forms
Semester 1 begins
3rd March 2014
5. If required: check timetable on
Allocate Plus
Register your name and
attend Information
Session
3. Ensure you have completed
your Unit Enrolment
4. Go to Student Service Center in to
submit enrolment verification and
receive your ID card.
COURSE ENROLMENT FORM
2009
Student ID: 846591038
MS
Gender: F
Course Code: 0040
Family Name:
Title
Course Title:
Version: 2
SMITH
Date of Birth: 29/02/84
MBBS
Given Names:
POSTAL ADDRESS:
J SMITH
7 Happy Valley Way
Happy Valley
VIC
3333
Telephone (BH) 9999 9999
(AH) 0418 999 999
Mobile:
Email:
JANE
Campus: CLAYTON
Current HECS Status:
EMERGENCY CONTACT DETAILS:
Relationship:
Family Name:
Given Name:
Address:
Telephone (BH)
(AH)
PLEASE NOTE:
All Students: You can change your address, obtain your exam timetable, obtain your results and obtain an unofficial transcript at
http://my.monash.edu.au/wes/
New Students: To obtain your University login name and password go to the web at www.monash.edu.au/students/computer
Re-enrolling Students: Read only information for re-enrolment can be found at http://www.adm.monash.edu.au/ssd/reenrol
DISTANCE EDUCATION
STUDENTS ONLY:
Unit Code
MED1011
MED1022
Unit Name (Brief Text)
MEDICINE 2
MEDICINE 2
Examination Centre Code:
Location:
Teaching
Period
1
2
Campus
Location
CLAYTON
CLAYTON
Class
Type
DAY
DAY
Credit
Points
Department.
Authorisation
24
24
LEGEND
Teaching Period: Semester available 1 = Semester 1, 2 = Semester 2, FY- Full Year).
Research Teaching Period: R1=Research Semester 1, R2=Research Semester 2,
Class Type: Day, Evening, DE = Distance Education
HIGHER DEGREE CANDIDATES UNDERTAKING RESEARCH COMPONENTS:
Academic Department:
Field of Education
Attendance %
Research Sem 1 (EFTSU):
Research Sem 2 (EFTSU)
Research %:
Research Commencement Date:
Exp. Submission Date:
Supervisor(s):
STUDENT DECLARATION
I acknowledge that, within the confines of legal authority and requirements, the University
maintains a policy of strict confidentiality regarding University held student information. I
understand and agree that information concerning me may be released only in accordance
with this policy, a summary of which is to be found in the Student Resource Guide. I
acknowledge that I am bound by the statutes and regulations of the University. I agree to pay
all fees and levies charged directly to me arising from my enrolment. I consent to receiving
written information electronically.
Student Signature:
Version 3 (December 2001)
IF YOU HAVE NOT
COMPLETED YOUR UNIT
ENROLMENT VIA WES
(online):
Date: 01/01/06
Faculty
Approval
Stamp
Processed
Date
This form MUST be
completed in your course
information session and
submitted TODAY to
Faculty staff to formalise
your enrolment
Credit Transfer
• If you believe you are eligible to
receive credit please see the Course
Advisor to have this assessed.
• You will require your academic
transcripts and proof of completion
from your previous degree, diploma
or certificate.
• Credit Application forms must be
submitted by the second week of
semester.
BA/BSW course structure
• The course is undertaken in the
following sequence:
• (a) first year is composed of seven arts
and one social work unit (48 points)
• (b) second year is composed of five arts
units and three social work units (48
points)
BA/BSW course structure
• (c) third year includes three arts units
(which complete the major sequence);
the rest are social work units (including
the first field education placement)
• (d) the final year is composed of social
work units only, including the second
field education placement.
BA/BSW first year- first semester- full
time on campus
• You should be enrolled in the following
units:
• ATS1365 Introduction to Sociology
• SWK1011 Intro Human Services
• ATS 1366 The Individual and Society,
and
• One Arts unit- you select (could be part
of your minor or major or an elective)
Electives
Your BA/BSW course allows for you
to take one minor and one major
area of study in Arts. You must
ensure that you fulfil the
requirements for the Arts Degree by
completing:
1. One minor
2. One major
Please check the handbook for the
number of units you need for your
selected minor or major in Arts.
Check unit information in the University Handbook:
http://www.monash.edu.au/pubs/handbooks/
BA/BSW first year -Second semester-full
time on campus
• ATS1254 Culture, power and difference:
Indigeneity and Australian identity
• ATS1366 Introduction to sociology 2
• PSY1022 Psychology 1B or ATS1262
Introduction to social behaviour
• one first-year arts unit
Electives
Your BA/BSW course may allows for you to take
one minor and one major area of study in Arts.
You must ensure that you fulfil the requirements
for the Arts Degree by completing:
1.
One minor
2.
One major
Please check the handbook for the number of
units you need for your selected minor or major in
Arts.
To be eligible to graduate with the
BA/BSW you must complete
For the Arts component :
• A major and minor study as follows:
• arts discipline major (48 points)
• arts discipline minor in a different area of
study (24 points)
• Additional arts elective units (18 points)
• All Social Work units are compulsory (96
points)
Psychology Major
• The APAC accredited psychology major
is available for students who wish to
complete a further two psychology units
Refer to the Psychology areas of study.
(http://www.monash.edu.au/pubs/2013
handbooks/aos/psychology/ug-medpsychology.html).
Enrolment Limits
Full time students can enrol in four (six
point units) per semester.
Double weighted units are twelve points
and you will undertake several of these
in social work:
Critical Social Work 1( 12 points)
Supervised Professional Practice 1 and
2 are both 12 points
Critical Social Work 4 is 12 points.
Overloading
Students may not take more
than 24 points of study each
semester.
Overloading (exceeding the 24pt
limit) is restricted to students
who have completed at least one
year of university study and have
achieved at least a credit
average in the previous
academic year.
Deadlines for change of enrolment
Last day to ADD units
to your enrolment
Last day to
DISCONTINUE units
=
=
End of the second week
of each semester
Semester 1 - March 31st
Semester 2 - August 31st
Discontinuation of units after this date will incur
penalties – please refer to the Student Information
Index or your Student Diary for details.
Computer Account
HAVE YOU REGISTERED FOR YOUR COMPUTER ACCOUNT?
If not you can do so at:
http://www.monash.edu.au/students/computers
• All students need to have a computer account, which has a NOVELL
username and AUTHCATE password, to access computer services
and facilities.
This enables you to access:
• Web based enrolment systems (WES)
• Exam results & academic transcript
• My Monash Portal
• Allocate Plus
Enquiries regarding this may be directed to the ITS Service Desk
WES: Web Enrolment System
What you can do in WES
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Unit enrolment
Complete Commonwealth Supported Place
applications
Complete Enrolment questionnaire
View your results
Register to receive your results via SMS
Print/view your unofficial academic record
Change your address
Check your exam timetable
Receive important messages and updates
Allocate +
Allocate+ is Monash University’s Online Tutorial System
https://allocate.timetable.monash.edu/
• After enrolling in units, you may need to allocate into
lectures, tutorial and practical classes using the ALLOCATE
PLUS system before Semester commences.
• It can take about an hour for the unit to show in Allocate +
• Closes on Thursday 19th Feb 5:00pm
• Sort is run Fri 20 Feb
• Opens in Allocation Adjustment Mode Tue 24 Feb 7am
Monash Email Address
Important information regarding
enrolment and university information
is sent to student email accounts.
In some cases, no hard copy
information repeating this
information will be sent to your
home address.
It is your responsibility to check your
Monash student email address regularly.
Internet Usage
• Approximately 1GB per semester is allocated to each
student
• This should be sufficient to meet the needs of your study
• Downloading which exceeds the allowance will be charged
to your account. Monitor your usage via the “Personal Info”
section on the My Monash Portal.
• Keep your User ID & Password safe - all Internet
transactions are recorded and can be traced to a User ID
• Internet use not directly related to your studies is not
permitted.
Supervised Professional Practice - Field
Education
• Supervised Professional PracticeField Education is part of your Social
Work program.
• All students undertake 1000 hours of
supervised field education placement
(500 hours first placement usually in
year 3 and second semester of your
degree and again in the 4th year of
your degree.
• Please note that in the third year
placements start in June- meaning no
semester break.
Working with Children Checks
• Students/staff at hospitals with
exposure to children are now
required to undergo a Department
of Justice check once every five
years.
• Further information can be obtained
online
Remember: It is your responsibility to have a current
WWC check prior to your placement
Police checks
• If you are participating in field
education placements you will
be required to undergo a police
check each year.
• Further information can be
obtained from the field work
manual.
Remember: It is your responsibility to have a current
police check prior to your placement
Field education placements
http://www.med.monash.edu.au/socialwork/fieldeducation/
Student Support Services
DISABILITY LIAISON UNIT
• Services provided to enable students who have a
disability, mental health or long term medical condition
to fulfil the requirements of their award courses as
independently as possible.
LANGUAGE AND LEARNING CENTER:
• This service is available for all students including
capable students who would like to improve their
grades
For more information regarding Student Support
Services refer to
http://www.monash.edu.au/study/life/services.html
International Students
Please note International
students must maintain:
• Current address details
(use WES)
• A full study load each semester
(4 units = 24 credit points)
Orientation Week: 24 – 27 February 2014
Orientation marks the beginning of semester for new students.
For further information visit the 2014 Orientation website at
www.monash.edu.au/orientation/
Prior to Semester starting....
Computer
Account
Allocate +/
Timetable
Attend
orientation
Invitation to Orientation session for
BA/BSW and BSW
• Tuesday 25 February
• 2.00- 4.00 pm
• Building B Level 2 Room 18 (B.2.18)
Official welcome by Head of Department
Meet Social Work staff
Hear student experiences
Introduction to support services
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