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Changes involving double semester subjects may only be made in the first two weeks of the 1st semester. Admission to fourth year Honors must be approved by both the heads of the relevant departments and the faculty. Regardless of the method of entry to the B.Litt (Hons) course, all students must meet the minimum requirements at third and fourth year level as set out above.

Classical Studies Major

Credits: 16.7 2nd/3rd year semester: First prereguisite: 104-143 or 104-144 or relevant courses in the arts faculty or permission from the head of the department. Condition: 104-143 or 104-144 or relevant courses in the Faculty of Arts or permission from the head of department. Classical and Near Eastern studies course (50%) and an exam of maximum three hours at the end of the course (50%).

Merit points: 12.5 1st year semester: Other prerequisite: 104-135 or permission from the head of department. A survey of the Late Bronze and Iron Age civilizations of Western Asia and the Mediterranean. An intensive study of the Aramaic parts of the Old Testament and an Aramaic translation of the latter (Targum).

Criminology Honours Research Seminar An honours research seminar comprising 24 two-

A major in Criminology J includes a core course (single semester) that provides an overview and critical analysis of the workings of the adult criminal justice system and a core requirement one-semester elective chosen from among some of the available courses for the Postgraduate Diploma in Criminology. Prerequisite for third-year Criminology studies is a pass for Criminology 2. Students may be asked to make multiple visits to agencies related to the criminal justice system.). Students may choose to specialize in criminology in year four, provided they have met all faculty and departmental requirements.

Elective Coursework

Students must choose at least one of the two electives from among those available in the second semester. Tests of a maximum duration of 2 hours can take the place of all or parts of the written work in each subject. A test of no more than 2 hours can replace all or parts of the written work.

A test of no more than 2 hours can replace all or parts of the written work. No more than 5,000 words of written work; a test of no more than 2 hours can take the place of all or parts of the written work. A test of no more than 2 hours can take the place of all or parts of the written work.

See Faculty of Economics and Business Course and Subject Guide and consult the Head of Department. In the Third Year of the Combined Honors Course, the Economics component is those subjects listed in section (i) under Third Year (Provisional Honors Enrollment) above. Admission to fourth year honors requires the approval of the Head of Department and Head of Faculty.

The department offers courses in the history and theory of the visual arts, including cinematography.

ITALIAN ART FROM DONATELLO TO MICHELANGELO

The power of the past in the development of painting, sculpture and architecture of the 19th century. Study of the materials and techniques used in the creation of paintings and works on paper. The written work for each specific study may consist of class assignments, essays, visual tests or field exams totaling 6,000 words.

Written work for each of the special studies may consist of class papers, essays, visual tests, or seen exams totaling 6,000 words (approximately). A thorough introduction to spoken and written French, for students with little or no knowledge of the language. Students are admitted to the Honors School at the third-year level, with faculty and department approval.

63 hours of lectures and 72 hours of exercises; up to 40% of the practical work will be in the form of field work. Weekly exercises, 2 oral colloquia of 15 minutes each, two two-hour written colloquia and a three-hour written exam at the end of the second semester. Weekly exercises, 2 oral colloquia of 15 minutes each, 2 two-hour written colloquia and a three-hour written exam at the end of the second semester.

A 3-hour paper or reflective essay of no more than 2,000 words at the end of the year.

An examination of the structures of material, social and cultural life in Europe and European societies abroad, and the struggle to control them, during the period of European colonial expansion. Class assignments and essays of no more than 5,000 words, at times specified throughout the year, and a reflective paper or seen exam of no more than 2,000 words at the end of the year. Class assignments and short essays totaling approx. 6,000 words together with a reflective essay of 2,000 words at the end of the year.

The history of the Jews since the mid-18th century, with an emphasis on the Jewish encounter with European society. Written work done during the year is part of the exam and consists of class papers and essays not exceeding 5,000 words in total. A thematic study of Australian history from the arrival of the Aborigines/Kooris to the present, exploring the formation of a new emigrant community through the transmission of peoples, ideas and institutions from their parent societies.

Students will be assessed at the end of the course on the basis of the written work of two research essays of approximately 2000 words and one reflective essay of 1500 words. A history of the socio-economic and political impact of the industrial revolution on British society 1780-1850. English social, political and intellectual culture and customs during the reigns of the last Tudors and the first Stuart monarchs.

A study of the relationship between religion, society and culture in early 16th century Germany and the impact of the Reformation on that society.

A study of the nature and causes of rebellion and revolution in China from the Taiping Rebellion to the present day. Assessment is based on class work and written work completed during the course: written work consists of one research essay of 3,000 words and one review essay of 2,000 words. The latter, which must be submitted at specified times, will consist of two papers, one of 3,000 words and one of 1,500 words.

A study of the transformation of state and society in China in the late Imperial period. A short essay, a 3,000-word research essay, and a 2,000-word review essay Essential Texts. A social and political history of Great Britain from the mid-nineteenth century to the close of the First World War.

A study of the struggles between democratic fascism and social reform from the Popular Front and the resistance to the colonial wars and the EC. 16.7 2nd Year 16.7 3rd Year First Prerequisite: Latin, English, Politics, Philosophy, Visual Arts, CANES subjects may be accepted in lieu of a first-year history unit. A Study of the Nature and Development of Soviet Society; its social, economic and political history.

Western Europe from the end of the Roman Empire to the end of the 11th century: peoples, kingship, law, institutions and society.

The theories and methods of Marx, Weber and Durkheim in the context of the development of social theory from the 19th century to the present. The development of a social theory of the self; social structure, culture and the formation of persons. Essays and class assignments of no more than 5,000 words. 136-334 THE PHILOSOPHY AND METHODOLOGY OF THE SOCIAL SCIENCES.

Exemption from part or all of the exam may be granted on the basis of written work not exceeding 4,000 words. A critical study of the different attitudes held by different historians towards the writing of the history of science. Theories and methods of Marx, Weber and Durkheim in the context of the development of social theory from the 19th century to the present.

An essay of 2,500 words, together with a 3 hour exam to be held at the end of the course. Weighting of assessment components will be communicated to the students at the start of the course. Another second year subject Third year mathematics 3X. Details of the Mathematics streams are given above.

Weighting of the assessment components will be made known at the start of the course.

Table 1: First Year Streams
Table 1: First Year Streams

Superordinate Honours)

An exam of a maximum of 2 hours at the end of the first semester. An exam of a maximum of 2 hours at the end of the second semester. Either a one-word essay AND a 2-hour exam at the end of the FIRST semester, OR OTHERWISE a 2-hour exam.

The exam, which lasts no more than 2 hours, is taken at the end of the second semester. Either a verbal essay AND a 2-hour exam to be held at the end of the first semester OR ELSE a 2-hour exam. The exam, which lasts no more than two hours, is taken at the end of the second semester.

An optional assessment alternative is permitted with an essay (either set during the year or as a take-home exam) of no more than 3,000 words; students will be notified during the first week of the course if such an option is available in a given year. An optional assessment alternative is permitted with an essay (either set during the year or as a take-home exam) of no more than 3,000 words; students will be notified during the first week of the course if such an option is available in a given year. An optional assessment alternative is allowed with an essay (either set during the year or as a take-home exam) of no more than 3,000 words," students will be notified during the first week of the course if such an option will be available in a given year.

An optional alternative of assessment by essay work (either set during the year, or as a take-away exam) of a maximum of 3,000 words which is allowed;, students will be notified in the first week of the course if such a option is to be available in a given year. A study of the processes and structures of administration and management in the Australian public sector. 166. A detailed examination of the various competing ideologies in the Middle East.

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Table 1: First Year Streams

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