Our undergraduate program is based on the traditional liberal arts model, a proven educational structure that fosters both the intellectual and personal development of students.
- Bachelor of Arts in the Liberal Arts
- Diploma of Liberal Arts
- Diploma of Classical Languages
- Bachelor of Arts in the Liberal Arts (Honours)
- Campion Bridging Program
Our postgraduate course is designed as a professional development opportunity for primary school teachers or those seeking a pathway for further learning in theological studies.
- Graduate Certificate in Religious Education (Primary)
Miscellaneous studentsA Miscellaneous student is an active classroom participant, formally undertaking a unit of study without enrolling in a full course at Campion. Miscellaneous students are expected to undertake all prescribed reading for the course and to enter discussion with lecturers and other students at a level appropriate to their level of study. This is the perfect option for individuals seeking to receive academic credit for Campion units. Such credit may later be applied towards a full Campion course or a course at another institution, subject to institutional credit transfer/recognition of prior learning policies. Miscellaneous students:
- • Do not enrol in a full course
- • Attend lectures and tutorials
- • Complete all assignments
- • Receive an academic transcript upon completion of a unit
Cross-institutional studiesIncoming cross-institutional enrolment is when a student is enrolled in a course at another institution (referred to as their 'home' institution) and wishes to enrol in a unit of study at Campion. Such individuals should enrol as Miscellaneous students (see above) in order to receive an academic transcript for their Campion units. However, cross-institutional students should be advised that credit for their Campion units towards their course at their home institution is not guaranteed. Cross-institutional students are strongly advised to speak to their home institution before enrolling as a Miscellaneous student at Campion. Campion College is not able to advise on the credit transfer/recognition of prior learning policies of other institutions.
Auditing studentsAn Auditing student is an observer, learning from but not actively participating in the classroom experience. This is the perfect for option for individuals who wish to enrich their mind out of person interest without seeking formal recognition for their studies. Auditing students:
- • Do not enrol in a full course
- • Attend lectures only in a unit of study
- • May be permitted to attend tutorials with the written approval of the Dean of Studies
- • Are not required to complete assignments
- • Do not receive an academic transcript upon completion of a unit
Next stepsIf you wish to enrol as a Miscellaneous and/or Auditing student, click here to view our unit outlines. Once you have chosen your unit(s) of study, please complete the form below.
Students already enrolled in a Campion degree who wish to audit a unit may do so with permission from the Unit Coordinator and the Dean of Studies. Please complete the Application to Audit Form.
Short courses provide the opportunity to undertake intensive study without having to commit to a full semester. Short courses typically focus on topics in history, literature, philosophy, theology or classical languages.
- Introduction to Western Civilisation
- Rome School
- Modern Philosophy Intensive
- Classical Philosophy Intensive