How to search for a unit
Type a word, part of a word, or the unit code into the text field and press the Search button. Use this to search for a specific subject or discipline keyword. Do not use apostrophes or quotation marks in your search text.
Type a word in the text field, then limit the extent of the search by specifying a faculty, the part of the unit information in which to search, and even the details of the unit's availability. For example, you could search for any unit of study taught in the Faculty of Humanities where the word "Justice" appears in the Unit Description (but not the Title), and which is taught at Bentley in Semester 2 in Extension mode.
Select a faculty from the menu and press Search to view a list of units associated with that faculty. The list is sorted alphabetically by unit title.
Click on a letter of the alphabet (or a number) to view all units whose title begins with that letter.
By following the 'How to Search for a Course' procedure , you can search for units within a course structure. When a Course structure is displayed, you can click on each unit name to see details of the unit.
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