Undergraduate - Course
This course entry applies to students commencing this course in 2017
and should be read in conjunction with information provided in the
'Faculty information' section of this Handbook by the Education.
Unit codes that are not linked to their entry in the Handbook are not available for study in the current year.
Admission and fees
The Monash Access Program offers an alternative entry pathway for mature age students who do not meet standard admission requirements and are motivated to learn and have a desire to study at university level.
The Monash Access Program will prepare you for academic study at university level by introducing you to the foundational skills and knowledge required for entry into a bachelor-level course. In the Monash Access Program you will examine the context of university learning and develop skills in academic writing and entry-level mathematics. You will also have the opportunity to select a level one university unit in an area of interest from one of the recognised destination degree courses.
Monash Access Program classes are delivered in a supported environment from May until November at Monash University's Clayton campus. You will have full access to all facilities including library resources and student services.
Upon successful completion of this course it is expected that students will be able to:
- achieve success in their studies and proceed to a Monash undergraduate degree
- attain an understanding of the requirements and expectations of university study at a degree level
- demonstrate confidence in their intellectual abilities and have an appreciation for study and scholarship
- demonstrate they are proficient tertiary learners through the explicit development of cognitive, analytical, problem-solving, oral and writing skills.
This course consists of three foundation knowledge units and one specialist discipline knowledge unit.
Part A. Foundation knowledge
The foundation knowledge units will prepare you for academic study at university level by introducing you to foundational skills and knowledge. In these units you will examine the context of university learning and you will develop skills in academic writing and entry-level mathematics.
Part B. Specialist discipline knowledge
The specialist discipline knowledge unit will give you the opportunity to select a unit (usually a level one unit) from one of the recognised destination degree courses including arts, business, business administration, education and information technology. Students can select from a pre-approved list of units or choose a unit in consultation with the course leader.
Students must complete 24 credit points comprising 18 points of foundation knowledge studies and 6 points of specialist discipline knowledge studies.
Units are 6 credit points unless otherwise stated.
Part A. Foundation knowledge (18 points)
Part B. Specialist discipline knowledge (6 points)
Students complete one of the following units:*
Business and economics
- EDF1304 Understanding teaching for learning
Information technology and engineering
Progression to further studies
Upon successful completion of this course, you may be eligible for direct admission into one of the following destination degree courses provided that you meet the guaranteed entry score for that course and any additional entry requirements including prerequisites:
- A2000 Bachelor of Arts
- B2000 Bachelor of Business
- B2007 Bachelor of Business Administration
- D3001 Bachelor of Education (Honours)
- C2000 Bachelor of Information Technology