University Halls of Residence
GROUP 1 GROUP 1 Group 1(a), Foreign language
Group 1(a), Foreign language
Greek I Greek II
Latin I Latin II
French I French II
German I German II
Dutch I Dutch II
Hebrew I Hebrew II
Arabic I Arabic II .
Russian I Russian II
Italian I Italian. II
Chinese I Chinese II
Swedish I Swedish II
French IA' Hebrew IA Indonesian I Japanese I Russian IA
Group 1(b), English, Fine Arts and Music
English I English II
Greek III Latin III French III German III Dutch III Hebrew III Arabic III Russian III Italian III Chinese III Sweďish IIloa o
Rhetoric (may not be taken in a major or sub-major, but may be taken in addition to other English subjects)
Fine Arts A Fine Arts B or C Fine Arts C or B Fine Arts I T**
• Should not be taken by candidates who wish to proceed to French II.
•• Should not normalIy be taken by candidates who wish to proceed to Fine Arts B or C.
••' It is hoped that Swedish will continue to be offered in future years but at present no guarantee can be given for laten than 1965.
Arts C as the second part of a sub-major or in a combined Fine Arts/History major.
Students who have taken Fine Arts В or C before 1958 should preferably take Fine Students who have taken Fine Arts A before 1958 should preferably take Fine
The sub-major is Fine Arts A and Fine Arts В or C.
Arts В. as the second part of a sub-major or in a combined Fine Arts/History major.
Fine Arts A will be available each year.
Fine Arts C will be available in 1965.
Approved majors combining Fine Arts and History are set out below.
Music A Music B Music C
The sub-major is Music A and Music B or C, or Music В and Music C (Music В may not be taken in the first year of the course).
A student who takes two majors or one major and a sub-major from group 1(b) or from groups 1(b) and 1(c) must also take a subject from group 1(a) but may omit one of groups 2, 3 and 4, providing he takes ten subjects in all.
Group 1(c), Semitic Studies
Biblical Literature and Biblical Literature and Biblical Literature and Antiquities I Antiquities II Antiquities III Middle Eastern Thought Middle Eastern Thought Middle Eastern Thought
and Culture I and Culture II and Culture III
No candidate may receive credit for both Biblical Literature and Antiquities and Middle Eastern Thought and Culture.
Group 1(d), Classical Studies
Classical Rome (does not form part of any major or sub-major) GROUP 2
Group 2(a), History
.Modem History B Australian History
or or or
Ancient History I American History Far Eastern History
or or or
Modern History A Far Eastern History American History
Australian History Modem History В
Later British History Later British History or .
Economic History I
(taught by the department of Social Studies) is available as an not as part of a major or sub-major except for students who have 1965. Credit will not be given for both Social. History and Later Fine Arts and History
one History subject to be included)
Modern History В American History
American History or
Australian History or
Modem History В Australian History
Later British History Later British History
Fine Arts C Fine Arts В
Fine Arts B Fine Arts C
Sub-majors (one History subject to be included) Fine Arts A Modern History. B
Fine Arts I T** American History
`• SЬoиld not normally be taken by candidates who wish to proceed to Fine Arts B or C.
Social History Arts subject, but passed it before British History.
Combinations of Majors (at least Fine Arts A
Fine Arts IT**
Ancient History or
Modern History I*
Economics В Group (2b), Economics
Economics A ( Arts ) Any two units of
Economics C 1-6f
(International Economics, Economic Development, Industrial Economics, Wel-
fare Economics, Public Finance, Banking Finance)
FACULTY OF ARTS HANDBOOK
• or or
Ancient History Is Australian History
Modern History A Later British History or
Fine Arts B or Fine Arts C
Note:-Students wishing ta take Fine Arts В or Fine Arts C in a major or sub-major with History are strongly advised to take Fine Arts A first. Students who have not done so should consult the head of the department of Fine Arts and must undertake to da some preliminary reading.
A candidate who proposes to take two majors in Economics ( six subjects) and to proceed to the preliminary examination for the degree of master of Arts in the school of Economics, must select as the three additional subjects Statistical Method and four units of Economics C 1-6 which were not included in the first major. Other candidates who propose to take two majors in Economics must select as the three additional subjects Economic History I and two of the following: Economic Geography I, Economic Geography II, Statistical Method, four units of Economics C 1-6, Economic History B, two units of Economic History C*.
The order in which these subjects are taken must comply with the regulations concerning pre-requisites and the grading of the subjects. If Economic Geography I Is selected, it must be taken as the first subject of the second major, preferably at the same time as, or before, Economics A (Arts).
(i) Economics A ( Arts) Economics В
(ii) Economic History A Economic History В or CI-4
(ii) not to be started in the First Year.
In courses which include the major in Economics the following sub-majors are approved:
(i) Economic Geography I (ü) Economic History A (iii) Economic History A (iv) ' Statistical Method
(v) Four units of Economics C 1-6 not included in the major
(ii), (iii) and (iv) may not be started until Economics A (Arts) has been passed and (v) until Economics B has been passed.
N.B.-Economic Geography may not be taken in any Arts course which does not include a full major in Economics.
• In exceptional circumstances approval may be given for British History to be taken as the first part of any of the above majors or sub-majors.
t Any two of the units Economics C 1.6 or of Economic History C 1.4 shall constitute the equivalent of one subject.
Economic History A or Economic Geography II Statistical Method
Any two units of Economics C 1-6 not included in the major
Modern Government A Modern Government A Modern Government A Modern Government A
"Mixed" Majors in two parts will not form their own groups.
British History or
Modern History A Modern Government A Modern Government A Indonesian I
Modern Government B Public Administration International Relations Modern Government C
Modern History B or
American History or
Far Eastern History Modem History B
Economic History IIB Modern Government B Indonesian and Malayan
Studies A or B
Modem Government C or
International Relations A or B or
Political Sociology or
Public Administration International Relations A or B
Modem Government B or
Modern Government C or
Political Sociology Modem Government B
Modem Government C or
International Relations or
International Relations AorB°
Modern Government C Australian History Far Eastern History
• A orВ°
Group 2(c), Political Science Majors
Modern Government A Modern Government B
Modern Government A Public Administration
Modern Government A International Relations
groups 2(a), (b), (c) and (d), approved as majors only;
a sub-major unless they are approved as sub-majors within
Group 2(d), Indonesian and Malayan Studies For Indonesian I see Indonesian and Malayan
Group 1 (a) Studies A