Credit may be awarded for previously completed units at level four, or equivalent, at the discretion of the Faculty of Arts Honours Convenor, who will liaise with the Honours Coordinator in the relevant area of study.
The maximum amount of credit that you may receive is 50% (or 24 points), which will not include the research component.
How to apply
You must submit an ‘Application for Credit’ with your honours application. You can download a credit application from Monash Student Services: Student Forms
Please submit completed applications to Arts Student Services.
For more information on applying for honours, see how to apply
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