This course entry applies to students commencing this course in 2014 and should be read in conjunction with information provided in the 'Faculty information' section of this Handbook by the Faculty of Arts
|Total credit points required||48|
|Standard duration of study (years)||1 year FT, 2 years PT|
|Study mode and location||On-campus (Caulfield, Clayton)|
|Admission, fee and application details||http://www.monash.edu/study/coursefinder/course/0003|
Honours is a prestigious program comprising a fourth year of coursework and research after the completion of a relevant undergraduate pass degree. Students choose a topic and undertake research working with a carefully selected supervisor who provides individual guidance and academic counselling.
Honours studies may be taken as single honours (a single discipline over one year of full-time study), double honours (two disciplines over two years of full-time study) or combined honours (two disciplines over one year of full-time study).
These course outcomes are aligned with the Australian Qualifications Framework level 8, the Bologna Cycle 1 and Monash Graduate AttributesAustralian Qualifications Framework level 8, the Bologna Cycle 1 and Monash Graduate Attributes (http://opvclt.monash.edu.au/curriculum-by-design/aligning-course-outcomes-with-aqf-bologna.html).
Upon successful completion of this course it is expected that graduates will be able to demonstrate:
Students must have:
Contact the relevant school for any additional or special requirements.
Students qualified to enter an honours program must normally do so within five years of the date on which they completed their undergraduate studies.
Students, in consultation with and under the direct supervision of a member/s of the academic staff:
(a.) carry out a program of research on an agreed topic approved by the faculty in the student's chosen discipline, including attending and/or presenting at seminars, undertaking any required coursework studies and other related activities as indicated by the faculty
(b.) submit for assessment a thesis of a specified length on the program of research which meets the requirements of the examiners. In certain disciplines in the faculty, creative work or performance or a written critical commentary may also form part of the thesis assessment.
Refer to 'Areas of study' for discipline-specific requirements.
Combined honours may be undertaken, provided that all honours requirements have been met in both disciplines. Application to undertake combined honours must be made with the support of the school honours coordinators of both disciplines. Combined honours normally take the form of a joint dissertation (50 per cent in each discipline) alongside coursework chosen from the two component disciplines.
The psychology honours program is run by the School of Psychology and Psychiatry. Students must complete (all units are 6 points unless otherwise indicated):
plus one of the following elective units:
The honours degree of Bachelor of Arts