Complementary study allows you to enrol in units at other universities (in Australia and New Zealand) as part of your Monash Arts course.
The information below outlines the rules and limits for courses and units.
|Undergraduate diplomas||Maximum 24 credit points, less any credit for previous study|
|Undergraduate degrees (and associated double degrees)||Maximum credit points: |
|Honours degrees||Complementary study is not permitted|
|Graduate courses||Maximum 12 points - complementary study must be approved by the course coordinator|
Complementary units towards a Monash Arts major
You must get approval from the undergraduate coordinator to study a complementary unit towards a major or minor. You need to complete a minimum of 18 third-year level credit points towards your major at Monash.
Completing a major or minor
Students who complete 24 or 48 credit points within a single area of study by complementary study cannot count this in place of a Monash Arts major or minor. If you wish to complete 48 points of complementary study, you should seek course advice.
How to apply
You will need to seek approval from your area coordinator to study units towards Monash areas of study.
See the complementary study web page for application details and semester closing dates and ensure you complete all necessary steps. Check the deadlines for the host institution, as these will vary from each university.
Summer and winter units
The closing date for:
- winter semester is 31 May
- summer semester is 31 October.
If the unit involves overseas travel, contact Arts Student Services before you submit your application.