Units of Study

SANS4001 - Sanskrit IV Honours A

Semester 2, 2011  |  Credit Points: 12

Coordinator: Dr Andrew McGarrity


The Honours program in Sanskrit consists of:
1. a thesis written under the supervision of one or more members of academic staff
2. two seminars that meet weekly for two hours for one semester.

The thesis should be of 18000-20000 words in length. Each seminar requires 6000 words of written work or its equivalent.

The thesis is worth 50% of the final Honours mark and each of the seminars is worth 25%.
The thesis and departmental coursework topics must be chosen in consultation with the department. The following seminars are on offer in 2011:

Departmental Methodology (Dr Andrew McGarrity and Dr Mark Allon)
Departmental Coursework (Dr Andrew McGarrity and Dr Mark Allon)

For more information, contact Dr Andrew McGarrity, Honours coordinator.


A thesis of 18000-20000 words and 6000 words of written work or its equivalent for each seminar.


Two seminars, each seminar meets weekly for 2 hours for one semester


The completion of 8 senior units of study: a Credit average in senior level Sanskrit language units of study (SANS2601, SANS2602, SANS2612, SANS3601, SANS3602 and SANS3612) plus two additional units of study chosen from the following senior level Asian Studies units of study: ASNS2620 Classical Indian Philosophy, ASNS2621 Buddhist Philosophy, ASNS2623 India: Tradition and Modernity, ASNS2624 Understanding Buddhist Literature, ASNS2625 Buddhism in Modern Asia,
ASNS2626 Religious Traditions of South Asia, and / or any senior unit of Hindi / Urdu or equivalent as determined by the Department.

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