Ancient History Directed Study

Course code AHIS6000Units 10Level 6000Faculty of Education and ArtsSchool of Humanities and Social Science

A course of directed study in selected ancient history topics for graduate coursework students. The range of topics will vary according to staff availability but will concern issues in ancient Greek and Roman history, culture and historiography.

Not available in 2015

ObjectivesOn completion of this course, students will be able to recognise key issues in a selected range of topics in ancient history studied at graduate level; evaluate historiographical problems related to selected historical themes; develop research and writing skills appropriate to graduate students of history; develop skills of critical thinking and analysis appropriate to the liberal arts.
ContentTopics to be covered will vary depending on staff availability, but may include: Greek history, Roman history, Latin and Greek cultural studies, including literature in translation, myth, comedy, sport, politics and war.
Replacing Course(s)Not applicable
TransitionNot applicable
Industrial Experience0
Assumed KnowledgeUndergraduate degree in Arts or related field.
Modes of DeliveryDistance Learning : Paper Based
Internal Mode
Teaching MethodsSelf Directed Learning
Student Projects
Assessment Items
Essays / Written AssignmentsOne to three short assessment tasks such as tutorial papers, essay proposals, annotated bibliographies or similar exercises, 1000 - 1500 words, 30%.
Essays / Written AssignmentsMajor essay or research project involving independent research and writing, 2500 - 3000 words, 50%.
Other: (please specify)Class participation or online equivalent demonstrating preparation and involvement through tutorial presentation and discussion, class quizes, tutorial summaries, or other similar tasks, 1000 words or equivalent, assessed continuously, 20%.
Contact HoursSeminar: for 2 hour(s) per Week for Full Term