4 years full-time
For Continuing Students Only
The Program Director ensures that the published program information on this website is accurate and helpful for students' enrolment and progress. The Program Director provides students with guidance on program-related matters including making decisions on specific aspects of a student's study program, enrolment, progress, credit and eligibility to graduate.
The Program Advisor assists to provide guidance on academic advisement for your study program.
Student Centres provide advice to students on the structure of programs and degree rules; program and course enrolment; student contribution; tuition and student fees; enrolling via the myGriffith portal; how to find class numbers for online enrolment; understanding the timetable; credit for prior learning; important dates for adding and dropping courses; exam procedures; taking leave from your program and applying for withdrawal with special circumstances; policy advice and referral and graduation procedures. Student Centres can provide advice to potential students about studying at Griffith and how to apply for a Griffith program. Student Centres can also provide advice about upgrading and enabling programs at Griffith.