What is a course restriction?
Hereof, what is a corequisite course?
A corequisite means a course or other requirement that a student must take at the same time as another course or requirement. When students register for courses the computer system will check for the pre- or corequisite required for the course they have selected.
Secondly, how do uni courses work? A course is a sequence of units (or subjects) that you need to complete to receive your qualification. Most courses have a mix of compulsory core units, and optional elective units that you can choose to complete based on your area of interest, expertise or experience.
Also to know is, how many classes do you take in uni?
You can study anywhere from one (1) to four (4) courses (subjects) during Semester 1, 2 and 3, with the exception of Nursing students who are restricted to a maximum of two (2) courses (subjects) in Semester 3. Full-time study is usually four (4) courses in Semester 1 and 2.
What is an elective course UOA?
An elective course is a course that you choose to take as part of your programme of study. Some programmes require you to choose your elective from a list of courses. If you choose an elective, you should make sure that it will satisfy the requirements of your degree.