How to search for a course
Type a word, or part of a word, into the text field, and press the Search button. Use this to search for a specific subject or discipline keyword. Limit your search by using the buttons below the text field to select only Undergraduate or Postgraduate courses.
Type a word to search for and nominate either the Course Code, Course Title, Course Description (or all three) using the checkboxes provided. If you want you can also limit your search to one teaching faculty using the dropdown menu on the search window. Then select the Search button.
For example, typing the word 'conversion' and choosing to search on Course Title and Course Description displays a number of courses. The first listed are those with 'conversion' in the title. Further down the list are courses with the word 'conversion' in the course introduction.
You can also search by the course code. For example, MC-FINCE will identify the Master of Finance.
Curtin Courses are associated with Fields of Education, linked to careers. Select one from the list and press the Search button to see associated courses.
Choose from the teaching areas and press the Search button to see all courses belonging to a particular faculty. Once you select a faculty, the courses are shown, grouped by Faculty/School/Department, with course majors, minors and streams shown.
Click on a letter of the alphabet to view all course titles beginning with that letter.
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