There are numerous good reasons for studying philosophy and the Department of Philosophy at Monash offers a wide range of units at first, second and third years. Units are offered at Clayton and Caulfield campuses and in OCL/Flex mode . Study at Honours level is also possible. We hope you will enjoy your studies with us.
With any queries or for more information, contact the School’s Undergraduate Coordinator via firstname.lastname@example.org.
For detailed information about the units on offer, see the Undergraduate Handbook.
Philosophy Flexible Learning
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Resources for Undergraduate Students
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Philosophy Units for 2014
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Undergraduate Study in Human Rights
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Philosophy in Summer Semester
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Flexible Learning mode units
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VCE Extension Program in Philosophy
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