This unit is a 'shell' unit, which means that you take lectures/tutorials/seminars from another teaching unit in order to pass this one - that is the reason why it is not listed separately in the student timetable. You may choose any one of the AHIS ancient languages undergraduate language units for your content. The History and Archaeology Department offers units in following languages: Latin, Ancient Greek, Ancient Hebrew, Hieroglyphic Egyptian, and Coptic Egyptian. You choose level A language if you have not previously undertaken any study in that language. If you have already undertaken some study in that language, you should contact the course-convenor of the language unit of your choice to determine what level would be the most suitable for you, taking into account your existing knowledge of the language. You can contact me to get the name of the unit convenor or for any other advice about your choice. A list of units is accessible through this link:
Please inform me which unit you choose, as I must organize your enrolment in iLearn for that unit. Your access to iLearn should start in the first week of teaching - let me know if you do not have access then (not before).
The content of the unit will follow the undergraduate unit you chose, but the assessments and deadlines will differ in order to be adjusted to postgraduate level. These tasks will be set by the course-coordinator (not myself), individualised for your chosen ancient language, and aligned with the assessment tasks set for AHIS/AHIX6100.
You do not enroll in the undergraduate version of the unit you have chosen.
The failure to chose and attend AHIS unit will result with 0 mark for this unit.
I hope this is clear - let me know if you need more information (please use e-mail for communication).