Unit Numbering
The first letter refers to the Field of Study, i.e. A, B, C, D or X. Non-UDiv units have the prefix N.
The second letter indicates the discipline within that field, i.e. A, H, L, N, P, S or T.
The first number indicates the level at which the unit is being assessed.
Undergraduate units are indicated by the number 1 (level one), 2 (level two), or 3 (level three).
Postgraduate units are indicated by the number 8 (foundational) or 9 (elective).
The remaining numbers identify the particular unit.
The last letter signifies the college, e.g. C = CTC and Y = Yarra Theological Union

For example:
AP1001C Academic Writing, Critical Thinking and Logic
A P 1 001 C
Field A Philosophy level one unique unit code College code
CT3210C God Origin and End
C T 3 210 C
Field C Systematic Theology level three unique unit code College code
CT9210C God Origin and End 
     
     

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