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.
The subjects count both toward the ENTER score and toward an eventual degree. To gain entry to the program, students have to be established ‘A level’ achievers, and they must have the support of their school.
The School offers subjects in Jewish Civilisation & Philosophy as VCE Extension subjects. Students take two subjects in this program:
- Visit the ACJC VCE Extension page for further information
These are normal university subjects, and to pass, you must reach the usual university standards.
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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
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.
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.
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