All areas of study information should be read in conjunction with the relevant course entry in the Handbook. The units listed for this area of study relate only to the 'Requirements' outlined in the Faculty of Arts component of any bachelors double degrees.
|Managing faculty||Faculty of Arts|
|Offered by||School of Languages, Cultures and Linguistics|
Monash offers students a vibrant and engaging introduction to the life, culture and language of the ancient Greeks and Romans. No prior knowledge of classical studies is expected when undergraduates enter the program.
First-year level sequences are offered in Latin and classical cultural studies incorporating classical mythology and Greek and Roman life and culture (all texts are studied in translation).
Completion of a major or minor provides students with the opportunity to further their language studies in Latin and Ancient Greek, or develop their studies in classical culture through units on ancient Greek theatre and ancient Greek epic, Eros and the body, and performing Rome. Studies at honours level are also available which complement students' competence in the classical languages with detailed studies in ancient religion and myth, drama, erotic poetry and/or ancient political propaganda.
Course 3928 Diploma in Classical Languages (Greek, Latin) is also offered to students who are interested in teaching Latin (upon completion of a Graduate Diploma of Education) or wish to study the classical languages outside the structure of a degree.
It is possible to study up to 36 points of Latin (if all levels from introductory to advanced Latin are completed).
Students studying a sequence in classical studies must complete a combination of two first year units (12 points) chosen from the following:
Students studying a minor or major in classical studies must have completed the first-year sequence. In addition: