Undergraduate information for 2018

Our graduates will need the capacity to contribute to and provide leadership in dynamic, changing and globalised environments.

With the new curriculum, students can choose from a Bachelor of Arts (3 years) or progress to the Bachelor of Advanced Studies (four years).

Combining a Bachelor of Arts with the Bachelor of Advanced Studies gives you the opportunity to deepen your knowledge and skills, add further breadth to your University qualification by studying subjects from a range of disciplines, and apply your skills and disciplinary knowledge to real-world problems.

The Advanced Studies portion of the combined degree allows you to do Advanced coursework (including a project), or to undertake Honours.

New students commencing in 2018 continuing students  Transfer to the new curriculum

Undergraduate Study in the Department of Classics and Ancient History

The Classics and Ancient History department specialises in several areas of study in the ancient world:

The Department also offers a challenging fourth-year Honours program after the pass degree has been completed. The central aim of the Honours year is the completion of a research thesis; seminars are also undertaken to complement the research project. Interested students should look at the Honours link on this page for further details.