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 email@example.com.
For detailed information about the units on offer, see the Undergraduate Handbook.
- Be sure to visit the Arts Faculty’s Summer Semester pages. For summer semester, you can enrol after September 1st. Note that it is not possible to enrol in Summer units via WES. Your home faculty may ask you to have an Enrolment Amendment Form approved by the School of Philosophical, Historical and International Studies. If so, please call ... Read more
- Several philosophy units are offered in flexible/OCL mode. Most of these units can be taken in any semester, including summer semester. These units use materials prepared specifically for flexible learning students and some are supported by introductory workshops. For each unit there is a basic resource base of materials. These include a printed study guide, usually also a collection of readings ... Read more
- Reference and Citation Rules If you are using someone else’s work – from a book, an article or a website – you must acknowledge the author and the publishing details. Providing references to a passage makes it possible for readers to follow up the sources of the ideas discussed in that piece of writing and, if ... Read more
- The VCE extension program is offered by Monash to enable students in their last year at school to take a pair of university units as part of their VCE year. The units count both toward the ATAR score and toward an eventual degree. To gain entry to the program, students have to be established ‘A level’ achievers, and ... Read more