Graduate Coursework

The School of Philosophical, Historical and International Studies offers a variety of subject-based coursework degrees.

The School’s comprehensive postgraduate program is characterised by a focus on student community, advising and support.

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  • Undergraduate Courses & Subject Areas

    The School of Philosophical, Historical & International Studies offers undergraduate units in the following areas: Archaeology & Ancient History, Bioethics, History, Human Rights Theory, International Studies, Jewish Civilisation, Philosophy, Religion & Theology

  • Honours

    The Honours degree in the School of Philosophical, Historical and International Studies is a fourth year of study beyond the normal B.A. It is possible to do Honours part-time. It is also possible to enter the Honours program at midyear.

  • Graduate Research

    The School of Philosophical, Historical & International Studies offers Higher Degrees by Research (HDR) in the following areas: Archaeology, Ancient History and Classics, Bioethics, History, Jewish Civilisation, Philosophy, and Religious Studies

  • Monash Extension at SOPHIS

    The Monash Extension program (formerly known as Enhancement Studies) is offered by Monash to enable students in their last year at school to take a pair of university subjects as part of their VCE year.