A major in Asian studies and an average grade over the second/third year subjects within the Asian studies major equivalent to at least an H2A (75%), or equivalent. For students applying to undertake combined honours, in addition to meeting the minimum entry requirement for Asian Studies, students will also need to meet the minimum entry requirements in another area of study offered in the Bachelor of Arts honours program.
The Honours program is an advanced level of study designed to allow students to specialise their knowledge across one area of study (pure Honours) or two (combined Honours). Students accepted into the program undertake fourth-year level subjects and a short research thesis and must achieve honours-level grades (minimum 65%-H3) for each component of assessment in order to qualify for the award.
The opportunity to specialise provides a strong foundation for the future direction of graduates, whether as a means of progressing to higher degree research in Arts at the Masters or PhD level, or improving the scope of employment options and professional advancement. Students with Honours from Melbourne Arts record exceptionally high rates of satisfaction with the professional and academic directions they pursue beyond graduation.
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Last updated: 27 January 2023