Campion’s history units explore the key personalities, events and writings of Western history from ancient Athens to the modern world.
HIS101: Western Societies from Antiquity to the Present
HIS102: The Ancient World – From the Birth of Greek Rationalism to the Crisis of the Roman Republic
HIS203: The Early Church and the Roman Empire – From the Principate of Augustus to the Reign of Justinian
HIS204: The Medieval World
HIS301: War, Science and Religion in the Twentieth Century
HIS302: Australian Politics, Culture and Religion since 1788
HIS303: Humanists and Reformers – The Renaissance
HIS304: Enlightenment Europe and the Creation of the Modern World
Campion offers a comprehensive literature curriculum, including works from the Ancient World, Middle Ages, Renaissance and Modernity.
LIT101: Composition and Literature
LIT102: Literature of the Western World – Ancient
LIT201: Literature of the Western World – Medieval and Renaissance
LIT202: Literature of the Western World – Milton to Modern
LIT301: The Search for Meaning in Twentieth Century Literature
LIT302: Australian Literature
LIT303: The Catholic Imagination in Modern Literature
Campion’s philosophy curriculum helps students integrate their understanding and foster habits of clear thinking and communication.
PHI101: Introduction to Philosophy
PHI201: Medieval Philosophy
PHI202: Moral Philosophy
PHI301: Modern Philosophy
PHI302: Social and Political Philosophy
PHI303: Philosophy of Language
PHI304: Twentieth Century Analytic Philosophy
PHI305: Intensive Study of a Text in Classical Philosophy – Plato’s Symposium
Campion’s theology curriculum is built on faith and reason, exposing students to the world of higher knowledge and meaning in the context of Catholic faith.
THE101: Theological Foundations of Christian Culture
THE102: The Development of Revelation
THE201: Sacramental Theology
THE202: Fundamental Moral Theology
THE301: Theology of the Post-Conciliar Era
THE302: Bioethics and the Catholic Tradition
THE303: Moral and Sexual Integrity
THE304: Public Morality and Catholic Social Ethics
Campion’s science curriculum seeks to nurture an appreciation of the physical universe, scientific methods and the principles of scientific enquiry.
SCI303: The History, Philosophy and Social Studies of Science
SCI304: The Darwinian Revolution
SCI305: Human Biology I
SCI306: Human Biology II
SCI307: History of the Mathematical Sciences – From Antiquity to the Present
SCI308: Introduction to Formal Logic
Students cover all aspects of Latin grammar and vocabulary that will enable them to read Classical texts without the aid of translation.
LAN101: Classical Latin I
LAN102: Classical Latin II
LAN203: Classical Latin III
LAN204: Classical Latin IV
LAN301: Language, Culture and Society in Republican Rome
LAN302: Pagans and Christians – From Augustus to Augustine
LAN305: The Eternal City – The Poetics and Politics of Space and Language from Paganism to Christianity
Students cover all aspects of Greek grammar and vocabulary that will enable them to read Classical texts without the aid of translation.
Campion offers a mandatory study skills unit for individuals admitted to the Bachelor of Arts in the Liberal Arts as a Provisional Student.
Campion’s religious education units are designed for students seeking a graduate qualification in theology and students currently working as RE teachers.