Diploma of Liberal Arts –
The Diploma of Liberal Arts – Foundations of the Western Tradition is a Higher Education Award that provides foundational understandings of Western society and culture upon which more specialised studies and vocations can be built. The units of study of the Diploma provide students with the opportunity to develop an appreciation of selected foundational and theoretical concepts and ideas in history, literature, philosophy and theology which have contributed to the genesis and development of the Western Tradition.
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Applications for the Diploma of Liberal Arts – Foundations of the Western Tradition are to be submitted directly to Campion College via the above form. Admission is determined by a combination of factors, including Year 12 results (minimum ATAR of 70) or completed tertiary units of study, a written statement of 1,000 words, and two academic interviews. Campion’s philosophy is that a broad assessment of a student’s ability and aptitude is desirable. A key criterion will be the applicant’s demonstrated eagerness to learn and to enter fully into the life of the College, making the most of the educational and religious opportunities offered. Graduates who do not have an Arts degree are particularly encouraged to apply.
Units of study in Diploma of Liberal Arts – Foundations of the Western Tradition
Students studying the Diploma of Liberal Arts – Foundations of the Western Tradition undertake all 101 and 102 subjects of Campion’s core units of study – History, Literature, Philosophy and Theology. Click below to read more about units of study in the Diploma.