Master of Arts

Ancient History

For candidates admitted under Rule (a)
Program of Study Credit Points
Prescribed Units for this Major
Complete, 18 credit points including 6 credit points at 500-level, from the following units:
18 cps
Unit Code Unit Title Unit cps  
ANCH110 Introduction to Ancient Greece 6  
ANCH111 Introduction to Ancient Rome 6  
ANCH112 Introduction to Egyptian and Near Eastern History 6  
HIST595 Understanding History 6  
And complete 6 to 18 credit points from the following units: 6-18 cps
HUMS507 Minor Research Project 6  
HUMS508 Major Research Project 12  
Listed Units for this Major
Complete 18 credit points from the following units:
18 cps
ANCH304 Society and the Individual in Classical Greece 6  
ANCH305 Greek Democracy and its Enemies 6  
ANCH307 Alexander the Great and the Hellenistic World 6  
ANCH308 Ancient Egypt: From the Pyramids to Cleopatra 6  
ANCH309 A History of Power: States and Empires in the Ancient World 6  
ANCH312 Rome of the Caesars 6  
ANCH313 Augustus and the Roman Revolution 6  
ANCH315 The Shadow of Vesuvius: Pompeii and Herculaneum 6  
ANCH318 The Romans: From Cradle to Grave 6  
ANCH320 How to be Good: Greek and Roman Ethics 6  
ANCH322 Bronze Age Greece and the Aegean 6  
ANCH326 The Art and Architecture of the Ancient World 6  
ANCH328 Towns and Cities of the Ancient World 6  
ANCH351 Warfare in the Ancient World 6  
RELS384 Religions of the Ancient Near East 6  
RELS387 Earliest Christianity: Social Context and Sacred Text 6  
RELS388 The Pagan Religions of Ancient Greece and Rome 6  
And complete 18 to 24 credit points from the following units: 18-24 cps
ANCH504 Society and the Individual in Classical Greece 6  
ANCH505 Greek Democracy and its Enemies 6  
ANCH507 Alexander the Great and the Hellenistic World 6  
ANCH508 Ancient Egypt: From the Pyramids to Cleopatra 6  
ANCH509 A History of Power: States and Empires in the Ancient World 6  
ANCH512 Rome of the Caesars 6  
ANCH513 Augustus and the Roman Revolution 6  
ANCH515 The Shadow of Vesuvius: Pompeii and Herculaneum 6  
ANCH518 The Romans: From Cradle to Grave 6  
ANCH520 How to be Good: Greek and Roman Ethics 6  
ANCH522 Bronze Age Greece and the Aegean 6  
ANCH526 The Art and Architecture of the Ancient World 6  
ANCH528 Towns and Cities of the Ancient World 6  
ANCH551 Warfare in the Ancient World 6  
HUMS505 Reading Unit A 6  
RELS584 Religions of the Ancient Near East 6  
RELS587 Earliest Christianity: Social Context and Sacred Text 6  
RELS588 The Pagan Religions of Ancient Greece and Rome 6  
Elective Units
Complete 18 to 36 credit points at 200-level or above, with at least 18 credit points at 500-level:
18-36 cps
Elective Units can be selected from any unit offered by the University, including those listed above, subject to candidates meeting overall course requirements and prerequisite and timetabling requirements for individual units.  
Total 96 cps

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