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Bachelor
of Arts

in the
Liberal Arts

Diploma
of Classical
Languages

BACHELOR OF ART S IN THE LIBER AL ART S DEGREE
DISCIPLINE

HISTORY

LITERATURE

SEMESTER 1

SEMESTER 2

SEMESTER 3

 SEMESTER 4

Western Societies: From

The Ancient World:

The Early Church

The Medieval

War, Science and

Enlightenment Europe and

Antiquity to the Present

From the Birth of

and the Roman

World

Religion in the 20th

the Creation of the Modern

Greek Rationalism to

Empire: From

the Crisis of the

Augustus to

Roman Republic

Justinian

Composition and
Literature

 SEMESTER 5

Literature of the

SEMESTER 6

Century

World

Humanists and

Australian Culture,

Reformers:

Politics and Religion since

The Renaissance

1788

The Search for

Australian
Literature

Literature of the

Literature of the

Western

Western World:

Western World:

Meaning in 20th

World: Ancient

Medieval and

Milton to Modern

Century Literature

Renaissance

Shakespeare
The Catholic Imagination in
Modern Literature

PHILOSOPHY

THEOLOGY

Introduction to

Metaphysics

Philosophy

Medieval

Moral

Philosophy

Philosophy

Modern Philosophy

20th Century Analytical

Philosophy of

Social and Political

Language

Philosophy

Philosophy

Theological

The

Sacramental

Fundamental

Theology of the

Bioethics and the

Foundations of

Development

Theology

Catholic Moral

Post-Conciliar Era

Catholic Tradition

Christian Culture

of Revelation

Theology
Public Morality and Catho-

SCIENCE

(One units is
compulsory in both
Semesters 5 and 6)

UNITS THAT
CAN BE TAKEN
ABOVE LOAD*

Moral and Sexual Integrity

lic Social Teaching

The History, Philosophy and

The Darwinian

Social Study of Science

Revolution

Human Biology 1
Language –

Language –

Language –

Language –

Language –

Language –

Classical Latin I

Classical Latin II

Classical Latin III

Classical Latin IV

Language and Culture in

Pagans and Christians

(Introductory Level)

(Introductory Level)

(Intermediate Level)

(Intermediate

Republican Rome

from Augustus to

Level)

(Advanced Level)

Language –

Language –

Language –

Augustine
(Advanced Level)

Classical Greek I

Classical Greek II

Classical Greek III

Language –

Language –

(Introductory Level)

(Introductory Level)

(Intermediate Level)

Classical Latin III

Koine Greek

The Bible in the

(Intermediate

(Advanced Level)

Graeco-Roman World

Maths - Single
Maths – Introduction to

Level)

Variable Calculus

Mathematical Thought
Maths - Statistical
Maths – Social Issues and

Thinking

Mathematics

DIPLOMA OF CL ASSICAL L ANG UAG E S
DISCIPLINE

SEMESTER 1
SEMESTER 2

DIPLOMA OF CLASSICAL LANGUAGES (LATIN)

DIPLOMA OF CLASSICAL LANGUAGES (GREEK)

LAN101 CLASSICAL LATIN I (INTRODUCTORY)

GRE101 CLASSICAL GREEK I (INTRODUCTORY)

GRE101 CLASSICAL GREEK I (INTRODUCTORY)

LAN101 CLASSICAL LATIN I (INTRODUCTORY)

LAN102 CLASSICAL LATIN II (INTRODUCTORY)

LAN101 CLASSICAL LATIN II (INTRODUCTORY)

GRE102 CLASSICAL GREEK II (INTRODUCTORY)

GRE101 CLASSICAL GREEK II (INTRODUCTORY)

SEMESTER 3

LAN103 CLASSICAL LATIN III (INTERMEDIATE)

GRE201 CLASSICAL GREEK III (INTERMEDIATE)

SEMESTER 4

LAN204 CLASSICAL LATIN IV (INTERMEDIATE)

GRE202 CLASSICAL GREEK IV (INTERMEDIATE)

SEMESTER 5

LAN301 LANGUAGE & CULTURE IN LATE REPUBLICAN ROME

GRE303 THE MAIN THEMES IN GREEK LITERATURE (ADVANCED)

SEMESTER 6

LAN302 PAGANS & CHRISTIANS FROM AUGUSTUS TO AUGUS-

(ADVANCED)
GRE304 THE GENRES OF GREEK LITERATURE (ADVANCED)

TINE (ADVANCED)

* Above load units are may also be studied within the Diploma program

Bachelor of Arts in the Liberal Arts
Campion’s

Bachelor

of

Arts

in

the

Liberal

Arts

represents

a

different

approach

to

education — an approach focused not merely on job training but on teaching students to think critically,
write persuasively, and communicate effectively: skills for life. University graduates can expect to change
careers, on average, once every five years. Where most specialised degrees prepare students for only their
first job, a Liberal Arts education equips them to move into and succeed in their third, fourth, and fifth jobs.
Campion offers an integrated core curriculum. This means that, for their first two years, all students take
the same courses together as a community. What they study in History links with the concepts they learn in
Philosophy, which connect with their readings in Literature and their lessons in Theology. This approach
helps students make sense of the relationships between distinct fields and topics.

A Campion education enables students to view the world in living colour. It helps open their eyes to
appreciate beauty, art, music, friendship, and service. The Liberal Arts at Campion aim to foster creativity,
discernment, integrity, healthy relationships, and joy — in short, full human flourishing.

Diploma of Classical Languages
The Diploma of Classical Languages complements the Bachelor of Arts in the Liberal Arts. Students who enrol
in the course will be able to learn the languages in which the Western Tradition was originally articulated and
expressed, and thus access the texts in their original language, free from the interpretations of translation.

Interested? Contact us:
Postal address: PO Box 3052, Toongabbie East, NSW, 2146
Street address: 8-14 Austin-Woodbury Pl, Old Toongabbie, NSW, 2146
Tel:

(+61) 2 9896 9313

Fax: (+61) 2 9631 9200

Email: Prospective students: study@campion.edu.au
Web:

www.campion.edu.au

Beach and mountain trips.
Soccer competitions. Student art
shows. Formal dinners. Fencing.
Human chess. Catechesis. Swing
dancing. Rowing club. Volleyball
tournaments. Student retreats.
Basketball. Gyming. Debating
society. Reading groups. Poetry
and creative writing. Spring balls.
Outdoor films. Pool. Classical
Olympics. Bushwalks. Bonfires.
Camping. Jam sessions. Talent
nights. Long conversations with
like-minded people. Friends and
staff who support you in learning,
leadership, initiative and creative
expression - beyond the classroom.
This is only a small portion of what
Campion offers its students. Our
small community ensures that life
is full, rich and vibrant. The bonds
you form here will affect you long
after graduation. Get involved in
Campion’s student life and see
what it can offer you!


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