Summer Courses

Arts and Social Sciences offers you the opportunity to get ahead, go beyond and catch up in your program with a diverse range of courses available for summer school. The course content is the same as it would be in a normal semester, but the format is more intense so you can complete the course in a much shorter timeframe. Go beyond your degree by undertaking courses outside your core focus and adding more breadth to your knowledge base


The School of Humanites & Languages has a range of courses on offer for Summer Term 2015/2016. Enrol now and get ahead with your degree.

ARTS2281 - Ancient Egypt 

Explore the origins and evolution ancient Egyptian and West Asian civilizations. Dates: 30 Nov 2015 to 15 Dec 2015. View course outline.

ARTS2374 - Ways of Reasoning 

Examine what reasoning and argument really are and how best to engage in them. Dates: 2 Dec 2015 to 14 Dec2015. View course outline.

ARTS2458 - Along the Silk Road 

The world’s greatest throughways that linked China to the Mediterranean world. Dates: 18 Jan 2016 to 26 Jan 2016. View course outline.

ARTS2542 - Gods, Heroines and Heroes 

An introduction to the nature of myth, creation of myths, stories of the gods and their interaction with humans. Dates: 4 Jan 2016 to 14 Jan 2016. View course outline.

ARTS3991 – Arts & Social Sciences Capstone 

The Arts and Social Sciences Capstone is a multi-disciplinary course that provides students with the opportunity to reflect on their disciplinary studies over the previous three levels of study. Dates: 5 Jan 2016 to 27 Jan 2016. View course outline.

All Arts & Social Sciences Summer Courses 2013/2014