University Programs

H Courses

H classification  is given to a year 11 and 12 course which is designed and accredited by an Australian higher education  provider and where successful completion of the course will be recognised  towards an undergraduate degree.  Students can study a maximum of two H courses.

Recognition towards the Senior Secondary Certificate and Tertiary Entrance Statement

Students can include H courses/units  to meet the requirements for an ACT Senior Secondary Certificate and Tertiary Entrance Statement.  The grade(s) achieved in the unit(s) will be recorded  on the Senior Secondary Certificate using the university descriptors.

If students complete sufficient H units to form a course, then the H course is reported separately on the Senior Secondary Certificate and Tertiary Entrance Statement.  The score achieved by the student in the units will be used in calculating a course score. Scaled H course scores may contribute to a student's Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR) calculation.

If students do not complete enough H units to form a course, the units may be included with the relevant home college T course.  The H units will be used to determine  the course type (ie Major, Major/Minor, Double Major) but cannot  be used in the calculation of the raw course score.

Students interested in studying a H course should enquire at their college or contact the university.

ANU is currently the only provider of H courses through the ANU Extension Program (formally known as ANU Secondary College).

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