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Undergraduate

Courses 2015
AustrAliA CHiNA iNdiA itAly MAlAysiA soutH AfriCA
Arts
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Why choose
Monash?
Some of our talented students
Left to right: Stefani, Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Business (Management)
Monash was my rst choice because they had the greatest choice of double degrees and units.
Dave, Bachelor of Arts (Global) The international opportunities were what drew me to Monash. I love travel.
Tim, Bachelor of Arts I never felt stuck or trapped in something I didnt like; I liked the exibility.
Explore ideas.
Make a
difference.
Be brilliant.
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If you want to
explore the world of
ideas, cultures and
places, Monash can
take you there.
Innovative learning styles, leading academics and international
partnerships with universities across the world will challenge,
surprise and inspire you.
In just over 50 years, Monash has risen to be ranked in the top 1%
of universities worldwide (Times Higher Education World University
Rankings 20122013). We offer one of the largest ranges of areas
of study in arts in Australia.
You can study at Monash South Africa, Monash Malaysia, our study
centre in Prato, Italy, or at one of our 130 partner universities around
the world.
The skills you acquire by studying arts at Monash are in high demand
because they are relevant and transferable to a range of positions
and industries. The worlds top CEOs say they are more likely to hire
Monash graduates (The New York Times, October 2013).
Our courses are exible, so you can follow your passions and work
to realise your career dreams. We help you build a specialisation that
puts you where you want to be.
We help you build your skills and knowledge, so you can use your
curiosity and focus to make a difference. We want to help you
be brilliant.
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In a globalised economy the nature of
work and the way work is managed is
changing. Organisations now need people
who can operate in multiple dimensions,
who have the ability to analyse information,
prioritise and communicate with
stakeholders. These sophisticated soft skills
are among the hardest to measure but
ultimately can deliver the greatest value.
Press Release Hudson Report AU, October 2012
Where Monash
can take you
Careers
A degree in arts from Monash University provides many pathways to
great careers. Students who have completed degrees at Monash work
all over the world in elds such as:
journalism, publishing, editing, writing, electronic media, public
relations and corporate communications
marketing, advertising, business research and analysis
management consulting, international trade, human resources,
training and development, management and administration
diplomacy, foreign affairs and politics
urban research, environmental research and planning
social and community services, counselling, social welfare, social
research, policy and planning
tourism, hospitality and entertainment
performing arts, production, direction, management and
administration, lm, television and video
museum and gallery administration, cultural arts management and
event coordination
translating and interpreting.
Skills
Across all of our courses, we teach you the core soft skills employers
in all sectors are looking for: written and verbal communication skills;
how to work in a team, listen, solve problems and make decisions;
leadership and negotiation skills; ways to build rapport and condence;
critical thinking skills; problem-solving skills and research skills.
With a Monash arts degree you are work-ready and employers know
that is what makes the difference.
Recent Monash Music graduate Simon Mavin was nominated for a Grammy Award as part of the Melbourne soul band Hiatus Kaiyote for the
56th Grammy Awards. It marks the rst time an Australian band has been recognised in an R&B category at Americas most prestigious music awards.
Global view.
Global opportunities.
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At Monash, we let you choose how you study.
We offer a range of courses that provide different professional outcomes. Well be there to
guide you through all the possibilities, so you can graduate with an internationally recognised
qualication that can take you anywhere.
Take advantage of our global perspective, exceptional facilities, world-class teachers and
industry-based learning.
A guide to choice
FLEXIBILITY
AND
CHOICE
Range of majors
A comprehensive course is exible and evolves as your interests
develop in particular directions.
You can start with units from a range of study areas and through
your choices progressively focus on one or two majors and minors.
Monash guides you through this process so you graduate with a
degree that combines breadth and depth of expertise relevant to
your interests and aspirations.
Specialist focus
A specialist course offers you focus and depth through specialisation
in your area of interest from the start of your studies.
Some undergraduate specialist courses are designed to prepare
you to practise in a specied regulated profession upon graduation.
Others concentrate on developing particular expertise but may be
applicable to a broader range of career options.
You will graduate with a degree that reects your chosen specialisation.
STRUCTURED
FOR
EARLY
SPECIALISATION
TWO
COURSES
STUDIED
CONCURRENTLY
Double degree course
A double degree course lets you gain skills in two different areas of
interest such as arts and law or science and engineering.
This lets you tailor your qualication to t your diverse interests and
talents and doubles your options when you graduate.
Double degree courses can take up to two years less than if you took the
two courses one after the other. This is because the electives from each
degree course count towards the other.
You will graduate with two distinct degrees.
If youd like to discuss
your options call us on
1800 MONASH (666274) or
email future@monash.edu
and let us help you make
your choice.
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Arts
courses
Find your passion and
make it your career
Monash is focused on creating possibilities.
The key question is what are you passionate about?
This is a time for choices. And the array of choices
in a Monash arts degree is wide and varied.
If you already have a sense of what you want to
study: languages, international studies, journalism,
music then one of our courses that allows you to
specialise early would be a good fit.
If you want to build your specialisation based on
the subjects that really spark your interest, then
choose the Bachelor of Arts and start with areas
of study that appeal to you.
Degrees in arts
We offer nine degrees at our campuses in Melbourne.
We also offer two diplomas. These are one year
courses that allow you to add an extra area of
specialisation to your degree. For example, you
may choose to add a Diploma in Languages to your
Bachelor of Arts and specialise in Chinese.
Iona Roy, Bachelor of Arts Scholars Program, Diploma of Languages
(Indonesian), Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Politics. Graduated 2011.
Currently works for the Australian Government in Canberra.
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Degrees
Bachelor of Arts (English Language)
This course is an explorers journey through
history to investigate how English has
developed in many societies.
You analyse language structure, critically
assess texts from a variety of perspectives,
and develop advanced verbal and
professional writing skills.
Linguistics, literary studies and English as
an international language are the major
areas of study in this course.
Location
Career
options
Career options
As an English language and communications
specialist, you open many career opportunities
in a world highly reliant on understanding the
effective dissemination of information through
busy channels of communication.
Core areas of interest for many graduates
include publishing, editing, writing, electronic
media, public relations, communications,
advertising and language assessment.
CRICOS 055534D
Structure
Structure
Specialises early
Duration
Duration
3 years full time
6 years part time
Location
Campus
Clayton
ATAR
2014 ATAR
N/A
ATAR
Entry
Requirements
Requirements
Entry scores: p11
Duration
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more
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monash.edu/3907
Bachelor of Arts
In arts, you have the freedom to create a
course designed to fulll your academic
and career interests.
You choose from more than 40 areas of study.
Topics include: cultures; languages; behavioural
and social studies; communications; politics;
human rights; and international relations.
You design your major area of study and
interest so you build your ideal course.
Location
Career
options
Career options
Our graduates work in a wide variety of
roles and industries, including journalism
and publishing; public relations and
communications; marketing and advertising;
business research and consulting; foreign
affairs and international trade; politics; human
resources; environmental research and
planning; counselling, social welfare research,
policy, planning; education; tourism and
hospitality; performing arts, lm and television;
and library, museum and gallery administration.
CRICOS 075404D
Structure
Structure
Range of electives
Duration
Duration
3 years full time
6 years part time
Location
Campus
Cauleld and Clayton
ATAR
2014 ATAR
Cauleld: 80.00
Clayton: 83.05
ATAR
Entry
Requirements
Requirements
Entry scores: p11
Duration
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more
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Bachelor of Arts Scholars Program
The Scholars Program helps develop
high-performing students.
You build your ideal course from over
40 areas of study.
As a scholar, you benet from: additional
options to help you structure your
course around your academic interests
and career goals; an academic mentor;
invitations to advanced seminars;
and an annual scholarship.
Location
Career
options
Career options
Our graduates work in a very wide variety
of roles and industries, including journalism
and publishing; public relations and
communications; marketing and advertising;
business research and consulting; foreign
affairs and international trade; politics;
human resources; environmental research
and planning; counselling, social welfare
research, policy, planning; education;
tourism and hospitality; performing arts,
lm and television; and library, museum and
gallery administration.
CRICOS 080582K
Structure
Structure
Range of electives
Duration
Duration
3 years full time
6 years part time
Location
Campus
Clayton
ATAR
2014 ATAR
99.35
ATAR
Entry
Requirements
Requirements
Entry scores: p11
Duration
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more
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monash.edu/1638
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Bachelor of Arts (Global)
This course is about the effects of
globalisation. You study 20th century history
and 21st century challenges.
The major area of study is international
studies with a global research project.
You choose other units of study from more
than 40 areas offered at Monash.
As the course is about global culture,
you spend from one to three semesters
studying overseas.
Location
Career
options
Career options
With their understanding of global pressures
and cultural diversity, our graduates enter a
wide range of elds, including foreign affairs,
immigration and customs; journalism, media
and broadcasting; intelligence; recruitment;
international trade and banking; and policy
development. They work for government,
global and commercial organisations.
CRICOS 054582D
Structure
Structure
Specialises early
Duration
Duration
3 years full time
6 years part time
Location
Campus
Cauleld and Clayton
ATAR
2014 ATAR
Cauleld: 86.10
Clayton: 88.15
ATAR
Entry
Requirements
Requirements
Entry scores: p11
Duration
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more
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monash.edu/3910
Bachelor of Arts (International)
This course focuses on international
relationships, languages and intercultural
communications.
You explore cultural heritage, cultures,
philosophy, bioethics, social and cultural
theory, global change and security, and
health, wellbeing and social change.
The course offers language studies in
Chinese, French, German, Indonesian, Italian,
Japanese, Korean, Spanish and Ukrainian,
along with international studies.
As this course is about global relations, you
are required to spend from one to three
semesters studying overseas.
Location
Career
options
Career options
This course meets the demand for people
skilled at understanding the challenges of
global relations for global businesses.
Our graduates nd roles in foreign affairs,
intelligence, immigration, customs, trade,
banking and manufacturing. As well as
working for government and business,
they work with Australian Red Cross,
World Vision, CARE Australia, Oxfam,
Amnesty International, World Wildlife Fund,
Greenpeace and the Wilderness Society.
CRICOS 072741M
Structure
Structure
Specialises early
Duration
Duration
3 years full time
6 years part time
Location
Campus
Cauleld and Clayton
ATAR
2014 ATAR
Cauleld: 80.00
Clayton: 83.20
ATAR
Entry
Requirements
Requirements
Entry scores: p11
Duration
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more
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monash.edu/4077
Bachelor of Arts (Languages)
This course gives you entry to languages,
cultures and societies to prepare you
for a world that increasingly needs
skilled multilinguists.
Immerse yourself in one or more languages
and gain insights into language structure
and the social and cultural aspects
of the communities from which the
language originates.
Studies include Chinese, French, German,
Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean,
Spanish and Ukrainian.
Location
Career
options
Career options
With skills in a second or third language youll
be highly sought after in business, diplomacy,
foreign affairs, politics, tourism, hospitality,
and translating and interpreting services.
CRICOS 037824K
Structure
Structure
Specialises early
Duration
Duration
3 years full time
6 years part time
Location
Campus
Clayton
ATAR
2014 ATAR
83.25
ATAR
Entry
Requirements
Requirements
Entry scores: p11
Duration
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more
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Bachelor of Journalism
Study in all forms of journalism is available
to help you nd your niche in the rapidly
developing world of new media.
You learn from industry professionals and
academics about print, video, radio and
online journalism in local and global contexts.
Advanced skills include research and
communication for professional practice
supported by studying the roles of journalism
and the media.
Location
Career
options
Career options
Our journalism graduates have found work
with The Age, ABC Radio, Channel Nine,
Channel Ten, Austereo, and community and
regional newspapers. There are opportunities
in print, radio, television, publishing and
electronic journalism within local, regional and
international spheres.
CRICOS 069011E
Structure
Structure
Specialises early
Duration
Duration
3 years full time
6 years part time
Location
Campus
Cauleld and
off-campus
ATAR
2014 ATAR
84.00
ATAR
Entry
Requirements
Requirements
Entry scores: p11
Duration
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more
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monash.edu/4042
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Bachelor of Music
At Monash, you learn from some of
Australias most gifted musicians and artists
in residence who have studied at some of the
most prestigious universities and academies
in the world, including Londons Royal
Academy of Music and the Manhattan School
of Music.
You receive individual instrumental teaching to
develop your solo and ensemble performance
skills in a performing arts centre that offers you
practice studios and concert halls.
Study options include composition, creative
music technology, music history and the
music of different cultures.
Location
Career
options
Career options
A degree in music from the Sir Zelman
Cowen School of Music at Monash
leads to careers in performance, music
instruction, composing and conducting,
arts administration, policy and planning,
music retailing, research and archiving, artist
management and music technology.
CRICOS 017113G
Structure
Structure
Specialist focus
Duration
Duration
3 years full time
6 years part time
Location
Campus
Clayton
ATAR
2014 ATAR
Range of criteria
ATAR
Entry
Requirements
Requirements
Entry scores: p11
Duration
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more
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Bachelor of Letters
This course is a second undergraduate
degree that allows you to specialise in an
area of study relevant to your personal,
professional or academic development.
Some engineers study the cultures and
languages of countries with which they have
trade relations; some computer industry
professionals study philosophy including
logic, and secondary teachers in schools
have beneted from developing another
teaching discipline.
Location
Career
options
Career options
The addition of a Bachelor of Letters to your
existing qualications allows you to develop
a second area of specialisation which makes
you attractive to employers looking for the
range of skills you offer.
CRICOS 031184G
Structure
Structure
Range of majors
Duration
Duration
2 years full time
4 years part time
Location
Campus
Clayton
ATAR
2014 ATAR
N/A
ATAR
Entry
Requirements
Requirements
Entry scores: p11
Duration
Find out
more
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monash.edu/0202
Diplomas
Diploma in Languages
Students already studying a bachelor degree at Monash who wish to
add a language to their studies choose the Diploma in Languages.
Monash offers language studies in Chinese, French, German,
Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Spanish and Ukrainian. You can
study your chosen language at a variety of levels.
The Diploma usually adds an extra year to your studies.
Location
Career
options
Career options
With skills in a second language, you help meet the demand for people
able to operate in globally connected businesses.
Diploma in Liberal Arts
This course gives you the opportunity to pursue your interest in an
arts area of study while completing a bachelors degree in another eld
of study.
You may have a particular interest in humanities; social sciences;
literature; philosophy; history; cultural studies; anthropology; and
much more.
The Diploma usually adds an extra year to your studies.
Location
Career
options
Career options
Your career options depend on the course you combine with your
Diploma. As a general rule, increased depth or breadth in your areas of
study increases your skills and differentiates you with potential employers.
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Double degrees
Faculty for second degree Second degrees available
Bachelor of Arts
Art Design and Architecture Bachelor of Visual Arts
Arts Bachelor of Music
Business and Economics Bachelor of Business
Bachelor of Business (Accounting)
Bachelor of Business (Banking and Finance)
Bachelor of Business (Management)
Bachelor of Business (Marketing)
Bachelor of Commerce
Bachelor of Economics
Education Bachelor of Education (Primary)
Bachelor of Education (Secondary)
Engineering Bachelor of Aerospace Engineering (Honours)
Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)
Bachelor of Environmental Engineering (Honours)
Mechatronics Engineering (Honours)
Law Bachelor of Laws
Science Bachelor of Science
Medicine, Nursing & Health Sciences Bachelor of Social Work
Bachelor of Social Work (Honours)
Bachelor of Arts Scholars Program
Business and Economics Bachelor of Commerce Scholars Program
Bachelor of Arts (Global)
Business and Economics Bachelor of Commerce
Science Bachelor of Science
Bachelor of Communication
Business and Economics Bachelor of Business and Commerce
Bachelor of Journalism
Business and Economics Bachelor of Business
Bachelor of Commerce
Science Bachelor of Science
Bachelor of Music
Arts Bachelor of Arts
Business and Economics Bachelor of Commerce
Education Bachelor of Education (Secondary)
Law Bachelor of Laws
For more information, go to monash.edu/coursender
In a double degree, you study two degrees
at the same time and specialise in two
different areas.
This broadens your specialist knowledge
and makes you more competitive in the
job market. A double degree with arts
takes four to ve years to complete.
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Entry requirements
Subjects you must complete
and the scores you need
VCE IB Non year 12 entry requirements IELTS
Subject Score Subject Score SL Score HL Prior study Requirement for
consideration
Band Score
English (EAL)
or
30 English
or
4 3 University Two subjects completed at
a credit (60%) average
Overall
Reading
Writing
Listening
Speaking
6.5
6.0
6.0
6.0
6.0
English other
than EAL
25 English B 5 4 TAFE Certicate IV with at least a
distinction (70%) average
Entry into all of our arts courses requires you to complete English as
a subject in VCE or IB and to achieve the following scores:
All students must meet Monash Universitys English language
requirements. If you need assistance to meet the English language
requirements specied by the International English Language Testing
System (IELTS), you can undertake the Monash English Bridging
course offered by Monash College.
Some degrees have additional requirements.
Bachelor of Letters: Completion of an undergraduate degree equivalent
to a three-year bachelors degree.
Bachelor of Music: All applicants must complete an audition/
composition submission.
For a comprehensive list of all entry requirements, go to:
monash.edu/coursender
Behaviour and the Human Condition
Behavioural studies The ways in which humans act and interact with each other, including
sociology, psychology, philosophy, biology and culture
Psychology How humans remember and forget, think, learn, problem solve,
communicate, feel and interact
Sociology Relationships in group contexts, including families, schools and workplaces;
and gender studies
Communications and Media
Art history and theory Visual expression and communication in society, including ne arts,
photography, fashion, lm and digital culture
Communications The relationships between media, culture and power, and how this
inuences communications
Film and screen studies The lm and screen cultures of Australia, Asia, the US and Europe, from
contemporary Hollywood to documentaries
Journalism Professional practice and critical analysis in all production technologies
print, video, radio and online. For Bachelor of Journalism students only
Journalism practice Skills for professional practice and critical analysis in all production
technologies for journalism print, video, radio and online
Journalism studies Understanding of journalism as both a professional and disciplinary practice,
and its contribution to contemporary social life
Literary studies Critical analysis of poems, plays and novels following one of three streams
of study: literatures in English; international literatures; or creative writing
Environment and Sustainability
Geography, climate and
physical environments
Environmental processes, management and policy, landforms, soils and
vegetation, climate and climate change. Optional specialisations: climate,
land and water; and geographical studies
Society, cities and
sustainability
Human geography, social and sustainability science to look at the
relationship between people and their environments
Global Studies
Australia in the world Australias social, cultural and political landscape, including history, literature,
and Indigenous studies
Criminology Complexities of crime and the workings of the criminal justice system
Holocaust and genocide
studies
Causes of mass violence, the survivor experience, trauma and testimony,
war crimes, and media coverage
Human rights The role of human rights in international affairs and the nature and legitimacy
of human rights claims
International relations Contemporary global politics and economics, including key debates,
historical events and political institutions
International studies The ideas and beliefs of other nations, their interrelations, cultures, political and
economic structures. Two streams of study: Asian studies and European studies
Jewish studies Jewish language and literature, history, theology, philosophy, rabbinics, law,
politics and sociology, including an optional Yiddish language stream
Politics How and why political systems are constructed and how they work
What to expect in
your course
WHAT TO EXPECT IN YOUR COURSE 12
Choose your
specialisation
An arts degree is all about choices.
You choose your area of specialisation
and complete a number of subjects
in that area. And you add in
subjects from other areas to widen
your learning.
You can choose from over 40 areas of
study and each area offers a range of
subjects. This allows you to create the
course that best suits your interests
and the potential careers you may
have in mind.
You just need to make sure you
choose enough subjects across your
course to create this specialisation.
Our faculty advisers can help guide
you to make sure you graduate with
the right degree for you.
WHAT TO EXPECT IN YOUR COURSE
History, Archaeology and Anthropology
Ancient cultures Archaeology and ancient history to explore the art, architecture, religions and
social structures of past societies
Anthropology All aspects of humanity: cultures, behaviours, communication, evolution,
social structures and relationships
Indigenous cultures
and histories
Key issues in Indigenous societies, including relationships to each other, to
the land and to settler Australians
History Societies and civilisations across a range of periods and continents
Languages, Cultures and Linguistics
Chinese studies Chinese language and culture with an optional translation stream
English as an
international language
The use of English for intercultural communication in academic, professional
and international contexts
French studies French language, literature, lm, philosophy and politics
German studies German language, linguistics and culture
Indonesian studies Language and the social, political and cultural contexts that make up the
Indonesian environment
Islamic studies Arabic language, approaches to the Quran and Hadith, Islamic history and
leadership, and contemporary thought
Italian studies Italian language, contemporary literature, cinema, and medieval and
Renaissance history and culture
Japanese studies Japanese language, culture and society, history, the media, and Japans
place in the broader Asian context
Korean studies Korean language, culture and society
Linguistics The structure of language, its meaning and how it is used, and how
languages differ
Modern Greek Greek language, history and culture
Spanish and Latin
American studies
Spanish language, Spanish and Latin American cultures, literature, lm,
music and history
Ukrainian studies Ukrainian language, culture, history, literature and everyday life
Performing Arts
Music Performance, composition, creative music technology, ethnomusicology and
musicology
Theatre The past, present and future of performance across genres, cultures, and
modes of artistic expression
Philosophy, Bioethics and Theology
Bioethics Ethical thinking to keep up with and anticipate advances in
biomedical technology
Philosophy Logic, critical reasoning, and personal and professional ethics
Religion and Theology Religious traditions, beliefs and theological systems
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WHAT TO EXPECT IN YOUR COURSE 14
I was able to do three internships at WIN,
Metro Media and Docklands News. These
experiences truly gave me a taste for the
industry and ultimately showed me that
this was something I could do and do well.
Sean Car, Bachelor of Journalism,
Reporter, WIN News
At 22 Sean has achieved a lot. A passion for reading, writing
and listening lead him to pursue studies and a career in journalism.
One of his most positive experiences at Monash came in the
nal year. I was able to do three internships at WIN, Metro Media
and Docklands News. These experiences truly gave me a taste for the
industry and ultimately showed me that this was something I could
do and do well.
On graduating, Sean was offered a broadcast reporter role with
Channel Nines regional network WIN News in country Victoria.
He also invests his energies in Educaring Africa, a not-for-prot charity
he launched after living, working and travelling throughout remote
Africa in 2012.
And Sean has plans for further study: I have decided to undertake
the Master of International Development Practice at Monash part-time
from next year.
AREAS OF STUDY BY CAMPUS
Area of study Caulfield Clayton
Ancient cultures
Anthropology
Art history and theory
Australia in the world (Minor only)
Behavioural studies
Bioethics (Minor only)
Chinese studies
Communications
Criminology
English as an international language
Film and screen studies
French studies
Geography, climate and physical environments
German studies
History
Holocaust and genocide studies (Minor only)
Human rights
Indigenous cultures and histories
Indonesian studies
International relations
International studies
Islamic studies
Italian studies
Japanese studies
Jewish studies (Minor only)
Journalism
Journalism practice
Journalism studies
Korean studies
Linguistics
Literary studies
Modern Greek (Minor only)
Music
Philosophy
Politics
Psychology
Religion and theology
Society, cities and sustainability
Sociology
Spanish and Latin American studies
Theatre
Ukrainian studies
To ensure you can manage your timetable and travel,
please visit monash.edu/pubs/handbooks to conrm your
studies are available at the campus of your choice.
Areas of
study by
campus
Clayton campus
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WHAT TO EXPECT IN YOUR COURSE
Italy, the Renaissance,
Art, Music
Study at the Monash Prato Centre in Italy
Situated close to Florence in the picturesque landscape of Tuscany,
the Monash Prato Centre is located in the elegant 18th century
Palazzo Vaj right in the centre of Prato. Against this historic backdrop,
you can study units that have been carefully designed to take
advantage of all that Prato has to offer, including the opportunity
to learn from some of the worlds eminent scholars in their elds.
There are over 20 programs to choose from and they run between
semesters, so you can fast track your degree. All units are taught in
intensive mode over two to six weeks.
For more information, go to artsonline.monash.edu/prato
Austria, Brazil, China, India,
Israel, UK, USA and more
Exchange
We partner with universities all over the world so you can travel
almost anywhere and still gain credit towards your Monash degree.
You can choose from 130 universities across 30 countries.
Study abroad
The study abroad program is similar to an exchange, with the
main difference being that you choose to study at a university that
does not have a partnership with Monash so you pay the host
universitys tuition fees for the time you are there.
For more information, go to monash.edu/study-abroad
Monash is well known for its international presence with campuses
in Malaysia and South Africa, a teaching centre in Prato, Italy, a joint
graduate school in Suzhou, China, and a research collaboration in
Mumbai, India.
You could study jazz in New York, archaeology in Italy, conict in
Tel Aviv, medieval history in Florence. The choice is yours!
For more information, go to artsonline.monash.edu/study-overseas
Immerse yourself in
language and culture
Chinese or Italian language intensives
Immerse yourself in the Italian or Chinese language and culture.
Programs running for three to six weeks are offered in Prato, Italy and
Shanghai, China.
Bring your
studies to life
Study tours in Africa, Europe and the US
Study conict and the Holocaust in Tel Aviv, explore the nature and
experience of war on the Gallipoli peninsula and Western Front,
learn about genocide and conict in Johannesburg and Rwanda,
or get involved in a jazz improvisation workshop in New York with
world-renowned musicians you choose.
Opportunities to study overseas
as part of your course
Photograph by Monash Abroad student Amanda Keanna, winner of the
2012 Monash University Student Photo Competition.
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Global views.
Global citizens.
INTERNSHIPS AND AFTER YOU GRADUATE
Internships give you the chance to obtain practical experience
in a workplace while also gaining academic credits towards
your degree.
Monash offers internships and placements in arts courses as
an ideal way to combine theoretical, classroom-based learning
with experiential learning to prepare you for your career.
The internship can be taken anywhere in Australia, or with
an international organisation. Internship opportunities are also
available in Prato, Italy.
For more information, go to: artsonline.monash.edu/internships
Internships
More study. More opportunities.
We offer a wide range of honours degrees, as well as
masters programs and PhDs.
If youre a high-achieving and motivated student, an extra
year of study for a degree with honours can help you:
explore an area of interest in further detail
enhance your research skills
open the door to a masters degree or PhD
enhance your employment prospects.
Honours Bachelor of Arts
Bachelor of Communication
Bachelor of Journalism
Bachelor of Music
Bachelor of Performing Arts

To nd out more about honours, masters degrees and PhDs, go to:
artsonline.monash.edu/future-students/
After you
graduate
Graduate Thom Woodroofe, Bachelor of Arts (Global) was awarded an Australia-At-Large Rhodes Scholarship in 2014 to study at Oxford University in
the UK. Thom has a long-held interest in contributing to community by helping to raise the voice of those who are overlooked or excluded.
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MONASH COLLEGE FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS
Academic pathways
Monash College is the preferred pathway for students
who aspire to study a degree in the Faculty of Arts at
Monash University.
Depending on your current level of study and future
aspirations, you may be eligible for either:
Monash University
Foundation Year
A pre-university program designed to prepare international
students with the skills and knowledge required to succeed
at Monash University.
After successfully completing the Foundation Year program
and meeting entry requirements and prerequisites, you will
have a guaranteed place in the rst year of your chosen
arts degree.
Diploma
of Arts
A specialised program designed to prepare you for success in
your arts degree. During the program you will study the same
curriculum and complete the same assessments as rst-year
undergraduate students.
After successfully completing Diploma Part 2 you will be
guaranteed a place in the second year of your chosen degree.
Monash English Bridging (MEB)
This program is ideal for students who have narrowly missed the
English language requirement for direct entry. After successful
completion of the 10 or 15 week program, you will move directly
into your chosen Monash course without the need for an
additional IELTS test.
Note: MEB is not accepted for entry into all degrees. Those who
are ineligible should consider Monash English.
Monash English (ME)
This program is designed for students who require additional English
language development and support to achieve the entry requirement
for either the relevant Monash English Bridging or University course.
Course duration depends on your current English language prociency
and your preferred destination course. Intakes for Monash English
occur every ve weeks.
Monash
College for
international
students
English language pathways
The Monash University English Language Centre is the preferred English pathway into
Monash University. If you do not meet the English language requirements for direct entry into
your preferred course you may receive a conditional offer for one of our two programs.
For more information on English language pathways visit: monashcollege.edu.au/english
For more information on Monash College academic pathways visit: monashcollege.edu.au
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MORE INFORMATION
Stay in touch
Visit our website monash.edu/arts
Submit an online enquiry register.monash.edu/enquiry
Call us 1800 MONASH (666 274)
Follow us on Facebook facebook.com/MonashArts
How to apply
Australians, New Zealanders
and Permanent Residents
of Australia
Apply through VTAC: vtac.edu.au
Music courses also require an audition:
artsonline.monash.edu/music-auditions
For mid-year entry, apply directly to Monash:
monash.edu/coursender
Scholarships: monash.edu/scholarships
Fees
Commonwealth Supported Places reduced course fees
for eligible applicants: monash.edu/enrolments/loans/
commonwealth-supported-place.html
HECS-HELP deferred payment options for eligible applicants:
monash.edu/enrolments/loans/commonwealth-supported-place.html
FEE-HELP Loan options for eligible applicants:
monash.edu/enrolments/loans/domestic-full-fee.html
International
students
Go to: monash.edu/study/international
Apply directly to Monash Universitys International Recruitment
Services: monash.edu/how-to-apply
Music courses require an audition:
artsonline.monash.edu/music-auditions
Fees
Fees for each course can be found at monash.edu/coursender
For a comprehensive list of our courses, entry requirements, pathways
and admissions information, go to: monash.edu/coursender
More
information
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The
possibilities
Arts
Undergraduate Courses 2015
Bachelor of Arts
Bachelor of Arts Scholars Program
Bachelor of Arts (English Language)
Bachelor of Arts (Global)
Bachelor of Arts (International)
Bachelor of Arts (Languages)
Bachelor of Journalism
Bachelor of Letters
Bachelor of Music
Bachelor of Aerospace Engineering
(Honours) and Bachelor of Arts
Bachelor of Arts (Global) and
Bachelor of Commerce
Bachelor of Arts (Global) and
Bachelor of Science
Bachelor of Arts and
Bachelor of Business
Bachelor of Arts and
Bachelor of Business (Accounting)
Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of
Business (Banking and Finance)
Bachelor of Arts and
Bachelor of Business (Management)
Bachelor of Arts and
Bachelor of Business (Marketing)
Bachelor of Arts and
Bachelor of Commerce
Bachelor of Arts and
Bachelor of Economics
Bachelor of Arts and
Bachelor of Education (Primary)
Bachelor of Arts and
Bachelor of Education (Secondary)
Bachelor of Arts and
Bachelor of Laws
Bachelor of Arts and
Bachelor of Music
Bachelor of Arts and
Bachelor of Science
Bachelor of Arts and
Bachelor of Social Work
Bachelor of Arts and
Bachelor of Social Work (with Honours)
Bachelor of Arts and
Bachelor of Visual Arts
Bachelor of Arts Scholars Program
and Bachelor of Commerce
Scholars Program
Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)
and Bachelor of Arts
Bachelor of Environmental
Engineering (Honours) and
Bachelor of Arts
Bachelor of Journalism and
Bachelor of Business
Bachelor of Journalism and
Bachelor of Commerce
Bachelor of Journalism and
Bachelor of Science
Bachelor of Mechatronics
Engineering (Honours) and
Bachelor of Arts
Bachelor of Music and
Bachelor of Commerce
Bachelor of Music and
Bachelor of Education (Secondary)
Bachelor of Music and
Bachelor of Laws
Diploma in Languages
Diploma in Liberal Arts
Future student enquiries
Australian citizens, permanent residents,
and New Zealand citizens
Tel: 1800 MONASH (666 274)
Email: future@monash.edu
Enquire: monash.edu/study/contact
International students
Australia freecall tel: 1800 181 838
Tel: +61 3 9903 4788 (outside Australia)
Email: study@monash.edu
Monash online
monash.edu/arts
Course nder
monash.edu/coursefinder
International students
monash.edu/study/international
Scholarships
monash.edu/scholarships
Off-campus learning
monash.edu/offcampus
Monash on YouTube
youtube.com/monashunivideo
The information in this brochure was correct
at the time of publication (February 2014).
Monash University reserves the right to
alter this information should the need arise.
You should always check with the relevant
Faculty office when considering a course.
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